After hosting Late Night with Conan O'Brien from 1993 to 2009 and The Tonight Show from 2009 to 2010, funnyman Conan O'Brien bursts back to television with this newly minted late-night talk show. Although the series features the usual fare — interview segments, musical guests and comedy bits — the string-dancing, flame-haired talk-show vet is expected to punch up the proceedings with his wildly irreverent comedy flair. Longtime Conan collaborators also return: Andy Richter serves as the series sidekick, and Jimmy Vivino, former associate music director of Conan's previous talk shows, conducts the house band. Tonight's opener features interview guests Seth Rogen and Lea Michele, plus music performer Jack White. — Dean Maurer
Read on for previews of Matt Lauer Reports, 90210, Cake Boss, House, A Fighting Chance and The Big C.
As today's TV teens appear in racy plotlines and even skimpier clothes, we want to know if you think there are still good role models for young girls. From teen senstations such as iCarly's Miranda Cosgrove and Disney princess Selena Gomez, to more controversial figures such as singer and star of Hannah Montana Miley Cyrus and...
MSNBC commentator Keith Olbermann will return to the network Tuesday, five nights after he was suspended for donating to three Democratic campaigns
"After several days of deliberation and discussion, I have determined that suspending Keith through and including Monday night's program is an appropriate punishment for...
Dancing With The Stars
In case you're wondering, Kurt Warner still doesn't know the difference between flexed knees and bent knees. "I have no idea. I don't even know which one I'm supposed to have!" the Dancing with the Stars contestant tells TVGuide.com nearly a week after judge Len Goodman criticized his knee technique. "Because I'm so tall, Anna [Trebunskaya] always tells me to bend my knees. ... I just listen to her. She tries to focus on the things that are most important." This week, the former Arizona Cardinals quarterback has yet another thing to worry about —the Instant Dance.
House (Monday, 8/7c, Fox)
While Thirteen's away, House's team must play nice with Cuddy, agreeing to add a female doctor to fill the void. Enter Joan of Arcadia's Amber Tamblyn as Martha Masters, a third-year med student who can hold her own against these strong personalities. Even the mercurial boss man. She gets a chance to prove herself in the case of a senator's campaign manager who collapses, mid-campaign, with liver failure and temporary paralysis.
Conan (Premieres Monday, 11/10c, TBS)
Like a red-maned phoenix rising from the ashes of last winter's peacock debacle, Conan O'Brien is finally back plying his wacky mad comedy skills in late night — with Andy Richter in tow and The Basic Cable Band (led by...
Hugh Laurie and Amber Tamblyn
Since Thirteen's departure on House, Princeton-Plainsboro has been a revolving door for the female doctors trying to fill the void. Now the team has found a keeper — and she's not even a doctor.
Jennifer Grey's House call
Meet hyperintelligent, third-year med student Martha Masters (played by guest star Amber Tamblyn). Despite her age and lack of experience, Cuddy forces ...
Jeff Bridges, the reigning best-actor Oscar winner and now the recipient of the Stanley Kubrick Britannia Award for excellence in film, says he still gets nervous about his acting.
"That was something I learned kind of early after working with some of the old guys, that they get nervous too," he tells TV Guide Network. "I think it's because...