Lions and tigers and scares... oh my! For tonight's episode (9/8c, Syfy), Ghost Hunters heads to the Philadelphia Zoo to see if there's something even wilder than critters residing in the 42-acre landmark. "This is our first chance to investigate a zoo," says TAPS' lead investigator Jason Hawes. "And to do it at the first zoo in America is great." Still, the site's history had Hawes' partner-in-paranormality Grant Wilson feeling a little cagey. "It's supposedly a Native American burial ground. William Penn's grandson had a house here, it's been a zoo forever...it could be totally different hauntings than we're used to."
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Investigator Britt Griffith powwows with Wilson and Hawes to map out the night's locations, which include a grassy knoll where spotting a ghostly Native American won't be their only problem...
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell looks ahead to the new season and beyond in our exclusive one on one interview. For more on the NFL, including a preview of the upcoming season, order our NFL special collector's issue here!
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Cheers to Randee Heller for creating the summer's hottest breakout character: Mad Men's Miss Blankenship.
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Don Draper's incompetent yet snark-tastic new secretary — perhaps the first one ever at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce whom he doesn't want to sleep with, and vice versa — has stolen every scene she's been in. Even her smallest gestures, like adjusting her wig or barking "I don't work for you!" at a hungry job seeker, drive viewers mad with laughter. No wonder she's got her own...
Lea Michele, Ellen Pompeo, Leighton Meester
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Who's zooming who when Glee comes back? — Cathleen
MICKEY: Finn is all about Rachel in Season 2, according to Lea Michele. "They're very much in love," she tells us, and, brace yourself, kind of into PDA. On the other hand, Jenna Ushkowitz hints at an upcoming romantic tangle for Artie and Tina. "Artie didn't give her what she wanted, so there's a love triangle," she tells us. "She's going to make Artie work for it." Who's the other lucky guy? Two words: Other Asian.
So excited about the Grey's Anatomy wedding. How will the other docs react? — Abby
ADAM: Well, Meredith isn't exactly...
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
From table-flipping in New Jersey to weave-pulling in Atlanta, Bravo has shown the good (and the bad sides) of real housewives all over the country. But now one of TV's most famous zip codes is getting the spotlight with The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
Naturally, the Beverly Hills cast includes housewives to the stars (Camille Grammer, ex-wife of Kelsey) and to the plastic surgeons (Adrienne Maloof). There's even a Hilton connection in...
Following news that Masi Oka has been cast as Hawaii Five-0's new coroner comes word that another Heroes alum, Jack Coleman (a.k.a Mr. Noah Bennet, a.k.a. Horned Rimmed Glasses), has landed a role on another CBS crime drama. In The Mentalist's Oct. 14th episode, Jack will be playing Max Armstrong, described to me as a...
Miranda Lambert leads the Country Music Award nominations with nine — the most for any female artist in the award show's history.
Lambert's nominations include entertainer of the year, song of the year, female vocalist and album of the year for Revolution. She will compete ...