Wow, is Juliet the Upper East Side's answer to The O.C.'s Oliver?
Not since the self-punching psychopath who obsessed over Marisa and heralded the beginning of the end for Fox's sudser has their been such vehemence surrounding an interloper among the pretty-young-things set. Fittingly, both Oliver and Juliet — played deliciously by Katie Cassidy, who so needs to headline the upcoming Charlie's Angels TV reboot — are the creations of showrunners Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage. Only this time, unlike Oliver, who just sucked, Juliet has become the character we both bitch about and kind of crush on.
And we're not the only ones feeling the love-hate...
Steven Fenton and Leeza Gibbons
Leeza Gibbons and boyfriend Steven Fenton are engaged, People reports.
The 53-year-old former talk show host and her boyfriend of two years, Steven Fenton, 40, got in engaged in June when ...
How I Met Your Mother
If there's one thing How I Met Your Mother fans care about more than the identity of the mother, it's Robin Sparkles.
Everyone's favorite Canadian pop star on Monday's episode, "Glitter," and as Cobie Smulders promised, Round 3 would be different. But is different better? Eschewing the usual music video format, "Glitter" employed a variety show schtick (mostly because the show had to after mentioning it last season) to give us ...
Kate Middleton and Prince William
Prince William and longtime girlfriend Kate Middleton are engaged and will wed next year in London, reports The Associated Press.
The couple, who met more than eight years ago while attending the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, got engaged last month during a vacation in Kenya. William proposed with ...
Who says you can't go home again? Now that Fringe's Olivia knows she's actually a captive in Walternate's wild world, it's time for our heroine to head back to the universe she belongs in.
"Olivia just needs to find someone she can trust," says Anna Torv, whose Agent Dunham has spent the bulk of Season 3 on the other side — being brainwashed and experimented on by Walternate — while her doppelgänger (aka Bolivia) was over here, working as a secret agent within Fringe Division by day and rocking an unsuspecting Peter's world by night. Thankfully, her time in the alt-verse has allowed Olivia to line up a few allies to aid in her escape...
TV Guide Magazine's winter sci-fi preview goes on sale this week, and here's some of the scoop we rounded up:
• As Smallville races — faster than the proverbial speeding bullet — to its series finale in the spring, familiar faces continue to pop back into the world of Clark Kent (Tom Welling). Even dead people. Lionel Luthor (John Glover), pushed out of a building to his death by son Lex in Season 7, returns to the CW drama on December 3 for the first of four episodes. Then, on December 10, Michael Shanks makes his final appearance as Hawkman and Chloe (Allison Mack) returns, briefly. (She'll be in four more episodes before the series ends.) "It is a great cliff-hanger going into the spring run, because there are a couple of pretty big twists in that episode," says executive producer Brian Peterson. "Things don't go very well for our heroes. Just when Clark is on top of the world, things kind of crash down around him." ...
More than five decades after their one-night stand, Jack Donaghy's parents, Colleen (Elaine Stritch) and Milton Greene (Alan Alda), will reunite for the first time on the December 9 episode of NBC's 30 Rock.
"I first met Elaine probably 20 years ago but never worked with her before," says Alda. "I always knew the reunion would be interesting. We kid with each other a lot, and our characters have a common enemy in their son."
As for the "bizarre" story line, Alda says...
The Good Wife
The Good Wife
Miranda Cosgrove guest stars as a teen pop star who is charged with a DUI. Alicia's represents the young singer and the case goes well until Cary drops a bombshell in court and charges the starlet with attempted murder. On the campaign trail, Peter runs into a snag when the Democratic Committee asks him to drop out of the state's attorney race. — Tim Holland
Read on for previews of Glee, College Basketball, Dancing with the Stars, Life Unexpected, Glory Daze and Sons of Anarchy.
Smoke 'em if you got 'em, because Weeds may not be around much longer.
In Monday's sixth season finale, Nancy (Mary-Louise Parker) sacrificed herself by claiming responsibility for the murder of Pilar. She was last seen surrounded by FBI agents at the airport, while her family was on a plane headed for Europe. Once again, it looks like Nancy's out of options. Or is she? Will we next see her plotting a season-long jail break? Series creator Jenji Kohan says getting stuck in major jams is certainly nothing new for Nancy.
Creator Jenji Kohan on Weeds' finale: "It's the end of a journey"
"We always tend to write ourselves into a corner to a certain extent," she says. "Everyone goes home, rests and comes back fresh and says, 'All right, how are we going to get out of this sh--? What have we done?' There were vague discussions of what's going to happen next year, but there's nothing definitive in the works yet."
Kohan talks to TVGuide.com about Monday's cliff-hanger, why the upcoming seventh season may be the last, and whether Nancy will be wearing an orange jumpsuit when the show returns...