Holly Hunter, Saving Grace
At the beginning of Saving Grace's final season, Grace Hanadarko's secret is out.
TNT sets premiere date for Saving Grace's final season
For three seasons, the heavy-drinking and promiscuous Grace (Holly Hunter) has been under the watchful eye of her "last-chance" angel, Earl (Leon Rippy), who wants Grace to give her life over to God. After surviving a 12-story fall without a scratch in the Season 3 finale, Grace has her share of questions, including one she must ask herself: Does my life have a divine purpose?
The fourth and final season of Showtime's The Tudors premieres April 11 (9/8c), but fans can watch the first episode online now. The series documents the colorful reign of England's King Henry VIII (Jonathan Rhys Meyers), who had annulled his marriage to his fourth wife, Anne of Cleves, at the end of Season 3. He marries fifth (but not final) wife Katherine Howard (Tamzin Merchant) in the Season 4 premiere.
Will thou be watching The Tudors' final season?
Katie Cassidy, Melrose Place
Melrose Place stars Katie Cassidy and Michael Rady have a message for their fans: Stop TWD (aka "texting while driving").
In conjunction with this week's episode of Melrose Place, in which Ella (Cassidy) gives up texting while driving, Cassidy and Rady partnered up with AT&T to create a PSA to raise awareness for their "Txtng and Drivng...It Can Wait" campaign.
Watch the video after the jump.
Mindy McReady: Baseball Mistress cover art courtesy Vivid Video
Mindy McCready will make her adult film debut, offering a narrative about her famous former lovers — one of whom she says is baseball legend Roger Clemens.
Mindy McCready, Baseball Mistress, coming April 19, will feature the Celebrity Rehab star as the country singer "takes it off and gets it on with a boyfriend named 'Peter' in the tape that contains ...
June Havoc, whose childhood in vaudeville as Baby June was fictionalized in the musical Gypsy, died Sunday of natural causes at 97.
Before Lost issues its final boarding call, ABC is looking to make some serious bank.
A 30-second commercial during the show's series finale will cost $850,000 to $950,000, Advertising Age reports, quoting media buyers.
To put that in perspective, the show has sold for an average of $213,563 per half-minute. Major TV events with the highest ad rates — say, the Oscars and the Super Bowl — charge north of $1 million for 30-second spots.
Then again, charging more for a series finale is nothing new...