Kara and Joseph DioGuardi
Hmmm. How would the other judges vote? American Idol arbiter Kara DioGuardi's father is running for the U.S. Senate.
Joseph DioGuardi, a former Republican congressman, announced his bid Tuesday for the seat held by Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., at Grand Central Terminal in Manhattan. His platform: financial responsibility.
"As a New York senator, I ...
Timothy Olyphant, Justified
What would Elmore do?
That's the question Graham Yost (Boomtown) kept asking himself while creating Justified, the new FX drama based on one of Elmore Leonard's characters, Deputy Marshal Raylan Givens.
"It sounds so cliché in Hollywood to say I've always been a big fan of Elmore Leonard, but it's true," Yost tells TVGuide.com. "I always loved his writing, his approach to his characters, the humor, the danger, the tension, the sudden violence. It just all appealed to me. And I liked Raylan Givens."
Givens appears in two of Leonard's books — Pronto and Riding the Rap — and the short story "Fire in the Hole" on which Yost, the series' executive producer, based the pilot. Leonard's work has inspired such big-screen hits as Out of Sight, 3:10 to Yuma and Get Shorty.
The Givens character that Leonard created on the page — a modern-day lawman with a Wyatt Earp sense of justice — is ...
Charlie Sheen has returned to work on Two and a Half Men.
Sheen's and the show's reps said he arrived on the set Tuesday morning to begin production on his hit CBS sitcom's final four episodes of the season.
Charlie Sheen entering rehab
Production on the show — TV's top-rated comedy — was suspended three weeks ago when the actor ...
Tiger Woods will return to golf at the Masters on April 8.
"The Masters is where I won my first major, and I view this tournament with great respect," Woods announced on his website Tuesday. "After a long and necessary time away from the game, I feel like I'm ready to start my season at Augusta. The major championships have always been a special focus in my career and, as a professional, I think ...
The Simpsons, 24
TV networks always have one or two shows that overstay their welcome, and we want to know which series you think should be cut loose.
Maybe the animated world of The Simpsons is getting a bit stale after 20 seasons, or Project Runway's recycled challenges are starting to lose your interest. Perhaps you're tired of networks resurrecting hand-me-down shows from their competitors. (We're looking at you, 24.) Or how about Two and a Half Men, now that it's become Two and Three-Quarter Men?
Report: NBC eyes 24 pick-up
So, you tell us: Which shows should be laid to rest even if their ratings remain strong? Or are you happy with television's long-running series?
Share your picks and your reasons why after the jump, and check back to see if your choices make our list!
Project Runway's designers were asked this week to create looks inspired by earth, air, fire and water while incorporating their models hairstyles into their interpretations. Amy stuffed a blond wig into her model's cleavage and wound up at the bottom with Ben's three-piece suit. But the judges loved Jonathan's couture interpretation of a swirling cloud of laughter and gave him the win.
Project Runway Rundown: Emilio struggles to cover his model
See what Chris March had to say about the winner and loser of this week's challenge after the jump.
Syfy will make room in its schedule for Three Inches.
The cable channel has ordered a 90-minute pilot, which revolves around an underachieving superhero who can move objects with his mind — but only for the titular distance. He then recruits a team of fellow heroes, each with their own subpar abilities.
Felicia Day to headline Syfy's Red
Mark Stern, Syfy's executive vice president of development, announced the order ...