Terence Stamp may have voiced Jor-El for Smallville, but Julian Sands is taking on his Kryptonian form.
As seen in the season finale, Zod (Callum Blue) has ventured to Earth, albeit unaware of Clark (Tom Welling) and who he'll grow to be. Zod has brought a few Kandorians along for the ride — including Jor-El, Clark's biological dad...
Larry Gelbart, the writer who made M*A*S*H a TV hit, died Friday in his Beverly Hills home, after a battle with cancer. He was 81.
In 1971, TV execs approached Gelbart about adapting Robert Altman's M*A*S*H for the small screen...
Get a good look at Rihanna at New York Fashion Week while you can, because she may disappear any second, ninja style.
The songstress arrived wearing a black, hooded blouse and miniskirt paired with slinky little matching gloves. A spiked ninja star-like bracelet and earring and Kerin Rose's Pyramid Stud shades complete the look.
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My Boys will return for a fourth season, sources confirm to TVGuide.com exclusively.
P.J., Bobby and the gang head back into production on the TBS series in January 2010; Season 4 is scheduled to air next summer.
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Stephanie and Kenny will surely have to explain themselves when...
America's Got Talent didn't find its Susan Boyle this season, so the show is flying her in for the season finale.
Boyle, who took the Internet and the British version of the NBC talent competition by storm earlier this year, will perform on the show's Sept. 16 finale. The appearance will mark the songstress' first trip to the U.S.
Although Boyle came up just short of winning Britain's Got Talent, she gained worldwide fame when a clip of her singing "I Dreamed a Dream" from Les Miserables became a viral sensation. She will release her debut album ...
Every week on Catch It Keep It, we present a challenge to a team of three builders/contestants: Use science, engineering and ingenuity to protect a dazzling prize from a devious machination that is designed to utterly demolish it.
Salivating football fans who can't wait for Sunday's season-opening NFL games will love this week's episode. The prize: tickets to the 2009 NFL Pro Bowl in Florida. The challenge: Move a football through a unique obstacle course inspired by five of the most extreme forces that football players have to face. Let's take a look:
The NFL Way: The coldest game on record is the 1982 AFC Championship game — aka, the "Freezer Bowl." Twenty-seven mph sustained winds at Cincinnati's Riverfront Stadium brought the temperature down to minus 37 degrees, and unsurprisingly, the hometown Cincinnati Bengals defeated the warm-weather San Diego Chargers 27-7.
The Catch It Keep It Way: We've submerged a football in liquid nitrogen for 48 hours. At 321 degrees below, even the most supple material is as brittle as glass. One false move and the football will shatter.
It's not all bad news for the CW: After the premiere of Melrose Place fizzled, The Vampire Diaries became the most-watched series premiere in the network's history.
Diaries' first episode was watched by 4.8 million viewers, enough to top 90210's 2008 debut. The fifth-season-opener of Supernatural, however, didn't hold on to the great lead-in. It drew 3.4 million viewers, a loss of 500,000 from last season's premiere.
The night was still dominated, however, by football. NBC's coverage ...
While the rest of the world was buzzing about Tom DeLay's casting on Dancing with the Stars, Cheryl Burke was busy doing her homework on the former House Majority leader. "I didn't really know anything about him. I'm not kidding," Burke tells TVGuide.com. "But I totally think it is better not to know much about your partner beforehand. I'm not starstruck — ever — and I don't treat them any differently." And she's hoping Dancing fans won't treat DeLay any differently on the show. See what else the two-time champ has to say about her partner and find out why she's no rule-breaker.