Aretha Franklin said she is recovering after undergoing a "highly successful" surgery for an undisclosed ailment.
"God is still in control," Franklin told The Associated Press in a statement. "I had superb doctors and nurses whom were blessed by all ...
What if Clark had been adopted by a family other than the Kents? Would he still be the stand-up guy we know and love? This scenario plays out when a Kryptonian box transports Clark to a parallel universe where his adoption and subsequent rearing by Lionel Luthor has turned him into a murderer. Realizing that his alter ego is posing a threat to the world he knows, Clark Kent tries to escape this reality and return to his own, but can he make it back home before Clark Luthor does irreparable damage? — Rhoda Charles
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Lionel Luthor returns to Smallville in an alternate universe where his reign has left Metropolis and Smallville in poverty, and his shady dealings are enforced by his son, Clark Luthor.
Wait, what? Clark? That's right, in the alternate universe, Lex's dad was the one to find Clark in the corn field — not the Kents.
Clark's looming marriage proposal — and 7 other Smallville spoilers
"Lionel raised Clark as his own son with Lex as his brother," John Glover, who plays the elder Luthor, tells TVGuide.com. "Clark is the son that Lionel always wanted."
Clark Kent (Tom Welling) wakes up in the new reality to find his life turned upside down. Not only does he have a new family, but...
Michael C. Hall and Charlie Hunnam
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12. Saddest Laugh: He's held his own against the likes of the Salahis, George W. Bush and even Kanye West, but apparently Today host Matt Lauer is no match for... small packages? During a segment examining the shrinking sizes of food packaging, Lauer shows the show's financial editor he's just a kid inside — a 5-year-old — when he starts uncontrollably giggling over "small packages." We haven't seen anyone break ...
Ever wonder what goes on in the Hasselhoff household?
In A&E's new reality series, The Hasselhoffs, viewers get to see "The Hoff" as "The Dad" — to daughters Hayley, 18, and Taylor Ann, 20. And since acorns don't fall far from the tree, David Hasselhoff's kids want to make it big in the entertainment biz.
Of course, drama ensues.
With a show promo that features a "baby Hoff" running on the beach — chest hair and all — a la Baywatch, it's apparent that Hasselhoff is still willing to poke fun of himself, be it his career or his personal struggles ...
Naonka Mixon, Kelly Shinn
Two weeks ago, the surprise ouster of Survivor: Nicaragua mastermind Brenda Lowe shifted the balance of power immensely. Oh, what a difference a storm makes. The damaged shelter combined with the nonstop rain proved to be the breaking point for both abrasive NaOnka Mixon and silent ally "Purple" Kelly Shinn, who both quit with only 11 days left in the competition. Although the two used opposite strategies to get far in the game, the two will now be known as those girls that quit the game (what would Jimmy Johnson have to say about this?). NaOnka, 27, and Kelly, 20, talked with TVGuide.com about how they told their families, the reaction from their fellow castaways and how they feel about their respective Survivor legacies...
America’s Next Top Model
For most of America's Next Top Model's 15th cycle, Anne Ward trampled her competition, exhibiting one stunning high-fashion picture after another, even breaking a Top Model record by winning the main photo challenge five weeks in a row. But when she was finally named the winner on December 1, it took the 19-year-old Dallas native by surprise. We spoke to Ward about finding beauty in her awkwardness, constantly taking criticism from the media and what you do after you've already booked Vogue.
TV Guide Magazine: You've been able to mull this over since taping ended five months ago. Was watching last night's finale still a significant moment for you?
Anne: Definitely. Being able to watch the whole scene again where they were trying to decide on America's Next Top Model, made me...
The Walking Dead executive producer Robert Kirkman says a recent report about changes in the show's writing staff is "unfortunate" and "premature."
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Earlier this week, Deadline.com reported that executive producer Frank Darabont had let his writing staff go, including his No. 2 guy, executive producer Charles "Chic" Eglee. The report also suggested that Darabont might not hire a new team of writers to pen Season 2's 13 episodes, but would instead assign scripts to freelancers.
"It's kind of unfortunate that it's being reported that our writing staff has been fired because that's not the case," Kirkman, who created the comic book series on which the AMC zombie drama is based, tells TVGuide.com...
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Dexter will be slaying for another season.
Sources close to the production tell TVGuide.com that a renewal is...