Randy Jackson, Jennifer Lopez and Steven Tyler
Get ready for a kinder, gentler American Idol. That was the first impression from the new panel of judges that Fox finally made official on September 22. Aerosmith lead singer Steven Tyler and pop-music diva/actress Jennifer Lopez will join Randy Jackson at the dais when television's top-rated show returns for its 10th season in January.
"I believe in tough love, but ...
30 for 30
Imagine running a marathon. Now imagine doing that every day for 143 straight days. With an artificial leg. In the spring of 1980, Terry Fox embarked on his ambitious Marathon of Hope, running across his native Canada to raise awareness and money to fight cancer, the disease that led to the amputation of his right leg. The cancer resurfaced ...
Not everything is bigger in Texas: Ratings-challenged Fox drama Lone Star continued to struggle Monday night, perhaps sealing the show's fate.
The freshman con-man drama dropped to only 3.8 million viewers and averaged the same rating among the adults 18-to-49 demographic as it did last week, according to Nielsen overnight estimates. However, the show's demo rating dropped 44 percent in the second half hour, falling to last place behind Gossip Girl. Lone Star again dumped more than 60 percent of its House (10.1 million viewers) lead-in...
Josh Schwartz, Rachel Bilson
It's an O.C. reunion for creator Josh Schwartz and actress Rachel Bilson: The two are teaming up for a new project at NBC, Deadline , a rep for the network confirms.
Ghost Angeles will star Bilson as a young woman in L.A. who talks to the dead and helps out ghosts as they help her. Schwartz will co-write it with Ugly Betty producer Henry Alonso Myers.
In an effort to up the ratings — and apparently our blood pressures — it seems the powers-that-be at the season's best new drama (albeit the one with the lowest numbers) decided to give us something more than just ...
NCIS' assistant medical examiner Jimmy Palmer can't stay lovably dim forever, right?
"I wanted the character to grow a little bit and learn a bit from what he's been doing the last seven years in autopsy," Brian Dietzen tells TVGuide.com of his character's growth this season. "Jimmy's always kind of been the bumbling guy who's a half a beat behind. We don't want to lose any of that, but ... if this guy hasn't learned a thing since the first season, he'd get canned pretty quickly."
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Jimmy will start on that path in Tuesday's episode, when a handful of interns are called into help with a kidnapping investigation. Unfortunately for Jimmy...