Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains - Tyson Apostol
After a week off, Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains returned with ousters on both the Villains and the Heroes tribe. On the Villains team, Russell Hantz returned to his Samoa glory days when he pulled out a hidden immunity idol after getting a warning from "Boston Rob" Mariano. However, Russell floored his tribe mates when he opted against using the idol to save himself, instead saving ally Parvati Shallow. The move could have cost Russell his spot on the island, but the big move sent rival Tyson Apostol home instead. The 30-year-old spoke with TVGuide.com about why he...
Jake Pavelka got a rude awakening on his first day of Dancing with the Stars rehearsals. "I have no dance experience, but I have done the two-step and three-step and salsa. I kind of boasted about that a little bit," he tells TVGuide.com. "Then Chelsie [Hightower] goes, 'I've got to tell you something, Jake. You don't know how to dance.' I was like, 'Thank you for shattering all of my confidence!'" The former Bachelor star has since learned the Viennese waltz, which earned him a score of 20 this week, and is now working on the jive, a dance that is doing a number on his knee. See why he's having so much trouble, what he has to say to those who are still mad he chose Vienna over Tenley and more.
Fox has renewed Entertainment President Kevin Reilly's contract for three more years, Deadline reports.
Although his contract was not up until July, the early renewal comes in the midst of a...
Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution - Jamie Oliver
He's a prominent chef and TV personality and now England's Jamie Oliver is taking his passion one step further in ABC's Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution (Fridays at 9/8c). Beginning his tour in Huntington, W.Va. — which the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention labeled America's unhealthiest city in 2008 — the 34-year-old went into the kitchens of different schools to see what kids were being fed and demonstrate how to change. Oliver talked to TVGuide.com about the resistance he faced throughout his mission, how schools are serving children "street food," and what people can do to help the cause...