Masi Oka, Alex O'Loughlin, Scott Caan
Heroes alums Masi Oka (Hiro) and Jack Coleman (Noah "Horn-Rimmed Glasses" Bennet) have landed fun new gigs on CBS procedurals, both as characters named Max. "I'm playing an odd little man named Max Bergman," says Hawaii Five-0 addition Masi, who'll begin recurring in Episode 4. "He's brilliant at two things — being the Honolulu medical examiner and playing the piano, which he does in his autopsy-room office to help him think."
Meanwhile, on The Mentalist, Jack pops up...
Leave it Lady Gaga to make "meat dress" a trending topic on twitter.
Check out the wildest VMA fashions
Stars at Sunday's VMAs came out dressed for an event notorious for wild and crazy fashions, including Lady Gaga's carnivorous costume, Ke$ha's garbage bag-looking dress, and Katy Perry's explosion of black and white.
Steve Harvey is hoping his comedy chops will be a recipe for success as he takes over hosting duties on Family Feud.
"I bet you there's not a funnier game show on TV," Harvey told The Associated Press. "We've done some pretty incredible stuff so far."
Harvey, who makes his debut as host on Monday, has already taped 100 episodes, according to the AP. The gig will not interfere with his comedy tour and syndicated radio show.
As for finding comedy on the show, Harvey says....
2010 has been quite a year for Betty White, but the 88-year-old insists that It isn't a comeback; she never went away. In the video below, White explains to Chris Harrison that although she's never been more popular, "I've been hanging in... working here for 63 years in this silly business."
Glee bad boy Mark Salling says his character, Puck, has a lot to prove to his baby mama Quinn (Dianna Agron). "They gave up the baby ... but I think he's still going to try to prove himself to her. He's got daddy issues," Salling told Chris Harrison on the Emmys red carpet. Watch the video below to find out more about Puck in Season 2.
Tim Roth and Mekhi Phifer
The second-season finale of Lie to Me doesn't play as your typical cliffhanger, but it does bring about some big changes for the show. Chief among them: The departure of Mekhi Phifer's FBI agent Ben Reynolds from the series.
Executive producers and Season 3 showrunners Alex Cary and David Graziano made the decision to broaden their stories and character development.
Lie to Me taps new showrunner
"It hobbled us a bit," Cary tells TVGuide.com of the FBI's watchdog attachment to the Lightman Group. "It put Lightman [Tim Roth] into the sort of one-note position of having to roll his eyes. It became unsurprising, because we knew he was going to go and do whatever he wanted to do anyway."
"Lightman is like that kid in the back of class who used to sit with his feet up on the back of the desk and snarl at the teacher. He subverts authority and the FBI represents that," Graziano adds...
Anna Paquin and Dennis O'Hare
"When am I not in trouble?" Sookie quips to TV's hottest werewolf, Alcide, when he arrives back on the scene after a long absence. She's not kidding. This damsel is in perpetual distress. But the real trouble in Sunday's season finale of True Blood wasn't just that there was too little Alcide, but that there was so much more that was lacking.
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Game of Thrones
HBO's Game of Thrones won't debut until sometime next year, so you'll just have to make do with the cable channel's teases.
Before Sunday's True Blood finale, HBO offered another peek at its upcoming lavish adaptation of George R.R. Martin's fantasy novel series. The clip, which focuses on a raven and features a few washed-out glimpses of the series main characters, ends with the line, "Winter is coming."
HBO also launched a making-of website, which offers featurettes about the production of the series and features even better clips of the show.
Adapted for HBO by David Benioff and Dan Weiss, Game of Thrones stars Sean Bean, Alfre Allen and Mark Addy and chronicles the violent struggles among noble families for control of the Iron Throne of Westero...