TV Guide Network has green-lit its first original reality series, The Nail Files.
The docu-soap stars Katie Cazorla, the owner of Hollywood celebrity nail salon The Painted Nail, who juggles her professional life and her relationship with ...
The hottest TV stars in Hollywood came out to celebrate TV Guide Magazine's 2010 Hot List issue on Monday, November 8 at Drai's! From Glee cover stars such as Lea Michele and Kevin McHale to current Dancing With the Stars hoofers Brandy and Cheryl Burke, the party was rocking throughout the night. Check out some highlights from the red carpet — including NCIS star Pauley Perrette's hot-themed shirt — and let us know who you think had the hottest look of the night!
Although the end of Disney's hit series Hannah Montana is a secret, star Mitchel Musso promises that fans will be happy.
"We ended it on a very good note — a perfect note. It makes sense," Musso tells TVGuide.com.
Religion and faith have always had a place in primetime television. Sometimes, it's been dealt with directly, on shows like Touched By An Angel and 7th Heaven. And sometimes, it's shown more subtly, whether it's the Heck family going to church on The Middle or Finn seeing the face of Jesus in a grilled cheese sandwich on Glee. We'd like to know what you think about primetime's portrayal of religion, and whether television could use more or less of it. Let us know in the poll after the jump...
Taylor Swift was named country songwriter of the year at the BMI Country Awards, becoming the youngest person to win the honor at age 20.
The country-pop queen earned the award based on her compositions of her songs "Fifteen," "White Horse" and "You Belong with Me," as well as "Best Days of Your Life," which was recorded by Kellie Pickler. The previous youngest winner in the category was ...
Michelle Nicastro in Who's the Boss?
Michelle Nicastro, an actress and singer best known for introducing the titular characters in When Harry Met Sally..., has died. She was 50.
Nicastro died Nov. 4 after a 10-year battle with cancer, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
A Washington, D.C., native, Nicastro got her start in theater, originating the roles of Ariadne in the 1983 Broadway musical Merlin and Eponine in the original 1988 Los Angeles production of Les Misérables, respectively. She won the DramaLogue Critics Award and ...
MSNBC's Keith Olbermann wanted to make one thing clear when he returned to the air after a brief suspension for making political donations: It was not a publicity stunt.
"Of course, if I had known that all of this would happen, I would have done this years ago!" he joked on Tuesday's Countdown.
Keith Olbermann to return from suspension Tuesday
The host was suspended Friday after Politico first reported his donations. Olbermann acknowledged ...
George W. Bush; Kanye West
George W. Bush says he forgives Kanye West after the rapper expressed regret for calling the former president a racist.
In an interview with Today's Matt Lauer, West said he "didn't have the grounds" to call ...