Who shot Paul Young? And is he dead or alive? Perhaps we'll find out tonight, when we return to a riot-torn Wisteria Lane and its battle-scarred residents. Susan's the worst off. It seems that she'll need a kidney or two. But Mrs. McClusky was hurt pretty bad, too. Also returning is Orson Hodge, and that could present problems for Bree, since Keith is moving in with her. Meanwhile, the Renee-Tom-Lynette mess might get messier. And Gaby will keep finding it really hard to let go of Grace, and don't expect Juanita to like that one bit. — Paul Droesch
Read on for previews of When Vacations Attack!, Ask Oprah's All Stars, Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, Worst Cooks in America, Sunday Night Football and CSI: Miami.
Country superstar Shania Twain and Nestle business executive Frederic Thiebaud were married in a New Year's Day ceremony, according to People.
"They were married at sunset in Rincon, Puerto Rico, in front of 40 of their closest family and friends," Twain's rep told the magazine.
Shania Twain gets engaged to ex-best friend's former husband
Twain, 45, and Swiss-born Thiebaud, 40, confirmed their engagement last month. The couple began dating after Twain's former best friend Marie-Anne Thiebaud (to whom Frederic was married) allegedly had an affair with Twain's husband of 14 years, Robert "Mutt" Lange...
Brian Austin Green
After performing daring stunts and operating heavy machinery on such action series as Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles and Smallville, Brian Austin Green is the first to admit it took a little longer than usual for him to adjust to his latest role on Desperate Housewives.
"It's taken a little getting used to, coming off of Sarah Connor and then just being the shirtless guy sanding wood and crafting things," Green tells TVGuide.com. "It felt a little slow at first — like when am I going to do something? I get it, the wood is sanded. It's smooth. Can I run around? Can I shoot...
Fans of Oprah Winfrey's brand of feel-good, heartstring-tugging programming got a week-late Christmas present on New Year's Day, as the daytime queen's eponymous cable network, OWN, finally hit the air.
What to watch on Oprah's new network
Winfrey, who will leave behind her No. 1 syndicated talk show this spring after 25 years on the air, hosted the first hour of programming, previewing some of the original series she is most excited about. While continuously reinforcing the network's "live your best life now" mantra, Winfrey introduced gripping and sometimes tear-jerking sizzle reels.
"I wanted to take the...
Maria Bierk and Sebastian Bach
Former Skid Row frontman Sebastian Bach and his wife have split after 18 years together, TMZ reports.
The 42-year-old musician (real name: Sebastian Bierk) and Maria Bierk separated in...
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The fourth season premiere heralds a homecoming, albeit a really late one, for Abby (Hannah Spearritt) and Connor (Andrew Lee Potts), who return from the Cretaceous period to find out the hard way that most employers don't like it when you take off for a year, even if your excuse is that you were stuck in the ancient past. — Michael Chant
Read on for previews Tournament of Roses Parade, Oprah's Guide to OWN: The New Oprah Winfrey Network, Capital One Bowl, NHL Hockey, Great Performances and Suze Orman Show.
Oprah Winfrey is kicking off 2011 with the launch of her new network, and the slate of new programming for the first day features everyone from Jay-Z to sex therapist Dr. Laura Berman.
The Oprah Winfrey Network, which will air on what used to be Discovery Health in 85 million homes, will broadcast specials, original documentaries and acquired movies alongside 22 announced original series, many of which will be previewed on New Year's Day. Check our hour-by-hour guide of what to expect from the launch of OWN.