What did it take to get Ann-Margret to appear on the October 14 episode of CSI? A plea from Anthony Zuiker, the creator of all things CSI, who personally wrote the episode after stepping away from his mother ship several seasons back.
"Ann-Margret is very, very...
Catherine Bell, Brooke Elliot
Lifetime has renewed Drop Dead Diva and Army Wives.
Drop Dead Diva, starring Brooke Elliot as a model who dies in an accident and comes back as a plus-sized lawyer, will return for a third season. The ensemble drama Army Wives will report back to duty for Season 5. Both shows return with...
Smallville flies into its concluding season Friday night with a jaw-dropping episode so big, we just had to hit up exec-producer Kelly Souders for the super-deets. Up, up and away!
TV Guide Magazine: The first episode back is amazing! So much happened in one hour. What is left?!
Souders: I know! Believe...
Justin Beiber and George Eads
Will Justin Bieber's acting debut on CSI give his fans a different reason to scream?
The singing sensation guest-stars in the Season 11 premiere as Jason McCann, a troubled teen who's faced with a terrible decision about his only brother — which leads to an explosive confrontation with the CSIs, in particular, George Eads' Nick Stokes.
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"Justin was more than game," Eads tells TVGuide.com "He was into and it really excited to be here. He's just a gifted young kid. I think he did a good job. ... [His fans] can see another side to him and see some vulnerability. I get right in his face pretty good, and he stayed right with me."
Eads says he was able to bond with Bieber in the same way ...
The true-life spouses of TLC's Sister Wives (premiering September 26 at 10/9c) have more in common with the Henricksons of HBO's Big Love than just their polygamist lifestyle. But there are major differences as well. TV Guide Magazine spoke with Fundamentalist Mormon Kody Brown and his wives, Meri, 39, Janelle, 40, Christine, 37, and soon-to-be fourth wife Robyn, 31, about how their challenges compare to those of Bill, Barb, Nicki and Margene.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is giving $100 million to Newark, N.J., schools on the same day The Social Network, the unflattering film about establishing his company, is premiering.
Zuckerberg, who just placed as the 35th-richest person on Forbes' annual list, will present his donation along with Newark Mayor Cory Booker and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Friday's Oprah Winfrey Show.
Survivor: Nicaragua, Shannon Elkins
The slip-ups on Survivor are usually involve alliances, blind sides and hidden immunity idols, but the La Flor tribe's Shannon Elkins got himself in much deeper water during his final tribal council. After arguing with former ally Chase Rice, Shannon turned to tribemate Sash Lenahan. "Hey, I'm gonna get this out of the way right now," viewers heard him say. "Are you gay"? Shannon says the show edited him to take his words out of context, but it's clear he said something about homosexuality from the argument that followed: Shannon and Sash debate who's had "more beautiful girlfriends" and Shannon says Sash's city, New York, is "full of...
Fox's Family Guy will be presenting an hour-long Christmas special entitled Road to the North Pole, complete with three musical numbers. It's the long-running animated show's first holiday outing since Season 2. The insanity begins when Brian takes Stewie to see Santa at the mall. "They're in a very long line, so by the time they get up there, Santa goes on break," says executive producer Steve Callaghan. "Stewie gets pissed off, so he and Brian go on a road trip to the North Pole to kill Santa Claus."
Modern Family's recent Emmy win gave the show a boost: The ABC comedy drew its highest rating ever on a night when several new shows failed to get much attention.
Family's Season 2 premiere drew 12.6 million viewers and was the night's highest-rated show among adults 18 to 49, according to overnight Nielsen estimates. That demo rating was also a 19 percent improvement over the show's debut last fall.
Before Family, ABC's new comedy Better with You drew 8 million viewers and The Middle pulled in 8.8 million viewers...