Sarah Ferguson is headed to Oprah Winfrey's OWN Network with a six-part series documenting the Duchess of York's struggle to rebuild her life and put the past behind her, the network announced Friday.
Finding Sarah will feature...
If you're watching TV tonight, you almost have no choice but to watch Stand Up to Cancer.
Airing on all major networks, the special will include A-listers including Will Smith, George Clooney, Reese Witherspoon, Sally Field, Laura Linney, Jim Parsons, and cancer survivor Michael C. Hall.
The broadcast is dedicated to...
For the first time since America's Got Talent debuted in 2006, the top 10 finalists will go on a nationwide tour.
Who made America's Got Talent's final four?
The finalists — including...
Two cast members from The Rocky Horror Picture Show will guest-star in Glee's Halloween homage to the 1975 cult film.
Seen and Heard at the Glee season 2 premiere: A surprise boob job and Finn's Rocky Horror mankini
Barry Bostwick, who played straight-laced hero Brad "Dammit Janet" Majors, and...
If Fox's upcoming romantic comedy Running Wilde is as funny as watching leading man Will Arnett interview himself, then we're in.
How did Melissa Sagemiller come to replace Paula Patton as the new ADA on Law & Order: SVU? TV Guide Magazine got the scoop from showrunner Neal Baer.
"Right before Paula started her first episode — which she's shooting right now — she was offered...
Brenda Leigh Johnson is going to need a little help in The Closer summer finale, and Courtney B. Vance is the man for the job.The former Law & Order: Criminal Intent and FlashForward star will guest-star in Monday's episode, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. He may also return later in the season.Vance will play Deputy Chief Tommy Delk, the head of the LAPD's counter-terrorism division. He's brought in to help with a joint investigation between the FBI and the LAPD. As Brenda (Kyra Sedgwick) fights to stay a step ahead, Delk proves that he is just as clever as she is in manipulating the system...
Film critic Roger Ebert is reviving the classic half-hour movie review program, At the Movies, on PBS, Ebert announced Friday.Roger Ebert to produce movie review TV showThe new show, titled Roger Ebert Presents At the Movies, will be hosted by Christy Lemire, film critic of The Associated Press, and NPR's Elvis Mitchell, a former film critic for The New York Times. It is scheduled to debut in January...
Heroes fans holding out hope for a miniseries or movie to wrap up the once-powerful NBC drama might want to stop reading now.Is there power left in Heroes?The Season 4 finale is the last you'll see of the cancelled series on NBC, according to Entertainment Weekly. The magazine cited a source close to the production saying the network was not moving forward with a movie to tie up the series' loose ends.NBC declined to comment and Heroes creator Tim Kring did not immediately respond...
It's a boy for Danica McKellar.17 child stars who seem to be doing just fineThe Wonder Years alum and math guru gave birth to son ...
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