DJ AM's intervention-reality show, Gone Too Far, will air, MTV announced.
The eight-hour series, in which Adam "DJ AM" Goldstein" tries to help young addicts on the path to sobriety, will premiere Oct. 12 at 10/9c with the support of the late celebrity DJ's family, the network said.
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Imus in the Morning began simulcasting Monday on Fox Business Network, having Glenn Beck and John McCain among his guests and indulging in some classically edgy shtick with longtime newsman-sidekick Charles McCord.
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Hank Moody will be back for more action on Californication, Showtime announced.
Fresh off a 57 percent jump for this season's premiere on Sept. 27 compared to the second season, the show ...
Welcome to my blog! I'm excited to share my thoughts and stories with you this season. First, thanks to everyone who has voted for Debi and me. We are working hard every day. Our next dance is the samba and it's going great! I think she's finally getting the hang of all of this. It's a hard dance and requires a lot of precision, but at the same time, it's a lot of fun. I think Debi will do a great job. She did a wonderful tango last week and she's getting better and better, and I love that. That's what the show's all about — improving every week.
Last week, we were in the bottom two. I don't know what happened. I don't think about that. Everybody has their fan base and maybe hers is smaller. We're doing our ...
Jon and Kate Gosselin
Kate Gosselin says she is unable to pay her bills because her estranged husband, Jon, has emptied their joint bank account. She also says the children are "angry" that production on Kate Plus Eight has been suspended.
"When you've left your children and their mother without the funds to pay for the roof over their head, it's not acceptable," Kate said on the Today show Monday. "I need that money to provide for them."
Report: Kate accuses Jon of cleaning out account, hires lawyer
Kate says Jon took out $230,000 of the $231,000 in their joint bank account, which has put the family back into the same position it was in after the sextuplets were born in 2004. "I have a stack of bills in my purse I can't put in the mail," she said.
In a statement to Entertainment Tonight, Jon's lawyer, Mark Jay Heller, said his client has "not withdrawn ...
Zombieland lumbered to the top of the weekend box office with a $25 million debut.
The horror flick, starring Woody Harrelson and Jesse Eisenberg, knocked two-week champ Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs to second place. The family film took in $16.7 million to bring its three-week total to $82.3 million.
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs wins box office for second straight weekend
Opening in third place was Disney's 3-D versions of its two Toy Story movies, which raked in $12.5 million. They are in theaters for a ...
Chris Noth, Tara Wilson
Mr. Big is off the market: Chris Noth has gotten engaged to longtime girlfriend Tara Wilson, Entertainment Tonight Canada reports.
The 54-year-old star of Sex and the City and The Good Wife shared the news during an interview with ET Canada at Once Upon A Tea Cup, in London, Ontario, a teahouse of which ...
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On Sunday's episode of Desperate Housewives, we find out what happened to Julie Meyer. Her attacker is still at large, but the neighbors' suspicions focus on Danny Bolen, with whom Julie appeared to have a perhaps-rocky relationship. Also, Susan helps Lynette make a very important decision. Bree's secret weighs on her. Angie, ever the protective mother, comes up with a plan involving Ana to cover for her wayward son — that is, until Gaby catches wind of it. Oh, and Katherine might have gone completely around the bend, sanity-wise, this week.
Results are cut-and-dry in swimming, and Natalie Coughlin wishes the same was true for Dancing with the Stars. "It's such a foreign concept to me, standing up there and hoping you got picked," she tells TVGuide.com. "In swimming, you're the fastest or not. It's so weird being judged." Alas, she is being judged and she hopes everyone will like what they see from her on the parquet because she doesn't want to leave any time soon. "I think it was last week when I realized, whenever this is over for me, it's going to be really depressing. I really love it," Coughlin says. See what else the 11-time Olympic medalist has to say about her improvements on the dance floor, why the rumba is her favorite dance and why she may pop up on another reality show.
What is it that makes the things we can't have so desirable? Often on Mad Men, it seems most of the characters can have whatever they want, whenever they want. The same holds up in some aspects of "Souvenir." Pete successfully beds his neighbors' au pair, and Henry Francis gets at least some part of what he wants from Betty. But even (especially?) in the world of Mad Men, that type of covetousness has its drawbacks. By episode's end, Pete is an emotional wreck under the doe-eyed gaze of his wife, and Henry Francis (unknowingly) has brought his flirtation with Betty to an end. (So she says, anyway.)
But Betty has her own wants. She's transformed by a trip to Rome, as is her attitude/attraction toward Don. But when that fantasy gives way to her real life back in the suburbs, when passion is replaced with babies and local politics, Betty is the same bitter housewife we've known for nearly three seasons. So what's worse? Getting what we want, only to lose it, or never attaining what we wanted to begin with? I'm sure Joan Harris has some things to say about the latter...