Constantine Maroulis and Angel Reed
American Idol alum Constantine Maroulis welcomed his first child Thursday, People reports.
Actress-dancer Angel Reed gave birth to Malena James on Thursday at 11:06 p.m.. The new delivery weighed in at...
A Christmas Story
A Christmas Story Marathon
Butter up plenty of popcorn, gather the family and settle in for lots of holiday yuks as this 1983 classic airs in 12 consecutive screenings. Directed by Bob Clark (this is great enough to forgive him for Porky's), and written and wonderfully narrated by humorist Jean Shepherd, the film tracks the misadventures of Ralphie Parker (Peter Billingsley), a beamish lad in the 1940s who wants nothing else for Christmas but a Red Ryder BB gun. — Dean Maurer
Read on for previews of SportsNation 101 Holiday Jeers, The Bishop's Wife, The Karate Kid, Hawaii Bowl, It's a Wonderful Life and Phineas and Ferb.
Our top moments of the week:
8. Best Diss: When Phaedra and Kim whip out the claws about Phaedra's due date on Real Housewives of Atlanta, the new mother takes a nasty swipe at Kim's alleged nursing degree: "Honey, just because you strip out of a nurse's outfit does not make you a nurse, baby girl." Not exactly something we thought we'd hear from the mouth of a self-proclaimed Southern belle, but we'll take it.
7. Worst Second Act: Now with some extra time on his hands, Larry King drops by The Tonight Show with Jay Leno to chat about semi-retirement and debut, as Leno dubs it, his "bright young comedy styling" in a stand-up routine. "If you're watching to book me, I tell stories..." King says, before launching into...
Oprah, Sarah Palin
The most powerful woman in show business isn't worried about the most powerful woman in politics becoming even more powerful.
Ryan Reynolds, Scarlett Johannson
More than a week after announcing their split, Ryan Reynolds has filed for divorce from Scarlett Johansson, People reports
The 34-year-old actor filed in Los Angeles Superior Court on Thursday. Johansson, 26, filed...
Million Dollar Money Drop
With reruns galore as Christmas approaches, TV audiences were down as Wednesday night's three top networks averaged fewer than 5.5 million viewers — and everyone else even less.
At 8/7c, first-run episodes of Fox's Human Target and NBC's Undercovers (still dumping the inventory after its untimely demise) reeled in audiences of 5.7 million and 4.2 million, respectively. Meanwhile repeats of ABC's The Middle and Better With You attracted 6.1 million viewers and 5.1 million viewers, respectively, and CBS' annual...
He made it to the final five, but for many Survivor: Nicaragua fans, it was easy to forget Dan Lembo was still in the game. After sustaining a knee injury early in the season, the 63-year-old real estate executive avoided as many challenges as he could and avoided the drama that defined fellow players such as Marty Piombo and NaOnka Mixon. Even when Holly Hoffman drowned his $1,200 shoes, Dan hardly blinked. Looking back, Dan says his carefree exterior was key to his strategy. He talked with TVGuide.com about how he kept his cool with Holly, why he bragged about his fortune to his teammates and his thoughts on next season's twist...
Top Chef: All-Stars
Top Chef: All-Stars' man of many hats, Spike Mendelsohn, got served a trip home — thanks not only to his tasteless shrimp, but also some sly game-play by teammate Jamie, who refused to serve her dish in a tennis-inspired challenge at the U.S. Open. "It's like c'mon, you're a cook," Spike tells TVGuide.com. "I just don't understand how you can make it past the second round when you didn't cook anything. She's not a team player and doesn't serve. It's just weird." See what else the Washington, D.C.-based chef has to say about Jamie's "bad attitude," why Angelo probably should've gone home too, and if he thinks he is, in the words of Anthony Bourdain, still the "craftiest motherf-----" to appear on Top Chef.