Mark Knopfler of Dire Straits
Dire Straits' "Money for Nothing" can no longer be played in Canada in its original form since the Canadian Broadcast Standards Council has deemed the song offensive.
Josh Hopkins, Ian Gomez, Brian Van Holt, Dan Byrd
They're hilarious, sexy and know how to belt out a Bon Jovi tune! TV Guide Magazine brings you an exclusive behind the scenes video with the men of Cougar Town, featuring interviews with Josh Hopkins, Ian Gomez, Brian Van Holt and Dan Byrd. The guys dish ...
Ginnifer Goodwin, Bill Paxton and Jeanne Tripplehorn
The cat's out of the bag in the fifth and final season of Big Love: Bill Henrickson (Bill Paxton), Utah's newly elected State Senator, has announced that he and his family are polygamists — and it's not sitting well with everyone.
"I don't think Bill regrets [the announcement], although I think he has underestimated the amount of animosity and persecution he faces," Paxton said at the Los Angeles premiere on January 12. "But he has to try to reform the image of plural marriage and polygamy, otherwise it will be left to guys like Alby (Matt Ross) to promote."
Bill's three wives struggle to come to terms with living out in the open for a ...
Spoiler alert! Well, it's about time!
For at least the last three weeks, Jamie Lauren, the diminutive downer from Top Chef's fifth season, has been trashing up the otherwise exquisite All Stars edition with her bitchy attitude, boring creations and obvious annoyance with having to, you know, prepare actual food. Seriously, why was she brought back? What does she do other than make scallops and complain? And who should have ...
Betty White and Duff Goldman, Ace of Cakes
Mark your calendars, Ace of Cakes fans, because there are only five episodes left before the February 20 series finale. The Charm City Cakes head honcho, Chef Duff Goldman, gives a taste of what to expect.
Sara Ramirez, Jessica Capshaw
Come on, get happy! After dealing with a tragic school shooting last week, the docs of Seattle Grace Mercy West lighten up tonight (9/8c, ABC), according to Grey's Anatomy executive producer Krista Vernoff. "It's very funny," she says of the story line that finds a new batch of interns trailing the residents. "It's very Season 1 Grey's, seeing the ineptitude of the baby doctors."
Law & Order: UK (Friday, 9/8c, BBC America)
The big trend this winter is the Americanization of British series (Showtime's Shameless, Syfy's Being Human, MTV's Skins), so it's rather refreshing to check back in on this British translation of one of America's most successful exports, the Law & Order mothership. Season two of the UK version begins with an adaptation of a chilling 1999 episode that debates the issue of when and whether to put on trial children who kill.