Jaime King's career has included turns as a model, TV host, and actress, most recently on the new ABC drama My Generation. But one of her most remarkable feats was co-creating perhaps the only anti-cancer PSA that has ever managed to be funny. (It involves King and other young actresses copping feels for a cause.) King talked to TVGuide.com about her bold approach to the fight against cancer and her work as an official ambassador for...
Saturday Night Live has tapped alum Amy Poehler to host the show's season premiere, NBC announced Tuesday.
Katy Perry will perform on the Sept. 25 episode, Poehler's first time hosting. Poehler left SNL in 2008 after seven years, and has...
Regina King says the lack of non-white actors nominated for Emmys is a "sobering" statistic.
"I have been going back and forth about whether or not I should compose this letter," King wrote in an open letter on Huffington Post." I try hard in my daily life not to engage in uncomfortable situations regarding race. But sometimes it's very difficult to find other reasons that better explain why certain events play out the way they do."
So much for that ankle monitor! How can the FBI keep tabs on White Collar's reformed con man Neal Caffrey (Matt Bomer), when he has vengeance on his mind? "Neal is taking justice into his own hands," reveals Bomer of tonight's mid-season finale (9/8c, USA), in which he constructs an elaborate grift to confront his ex-girlfriend Kate's murderer.
When it happens, don't expect him to stick to the rules. "A lot of moral lines get crossed," Bomer says. "When it comes to Kate, he doesn't always make the most rational, healthy decisions." Naturally, this will create tension between him and straitlaced Fed Peter Burke (Tim DeKay). The trust between the partners remains "always liquid, never rock solid," Bomer says.
The Real Housewives of New Jersey
Now that last night's Real Housewives of New Jersey reunion has pulled the shades down on another season of Garden State showdowns, it's time to look back on the truth nuggets they dropped during the epic two-part pow-wow. Hold on to yer' weaves, folks!
ABC News president David Westin is calling it quits.
In an e-mail message, Westin told colleagues late Monday "there are some other things I want to do professionally — things that I can't explore while fulfilling my responsibilities here." He has agreed to remain at ABC News until a successor is named.
While the announcement came suddenly, news industry insiders heard that ABC recently hired an executive search firm to scout out replacements for Westin...