Hulk Hogan is heading to court with the new game show Hogan's Court.
Hulk Hogan leaves hospital
The celebrity wrestler will serve as a judge in the kids live-action game show, according to the Hollywood Reporter. The series will resolve everyday sibling disputes, such as "Is a sister spending too much time in the bathroom?"
The stars of The League are willing to do anything for their show. And when we say anything, that includes barraging NFL players twice their size.
"There was one scene where I had to insult [Baltimore Ravens linebacker] Terrell Suggs, and everyone was like, 'We don't want to tell him that you're going to insult him — just go up and insult him,'" star Paul Scheer tells TVGuide.com. "Here's a guy who runs people over on the field and I had to ...
Whether they're set at news stations or in law firms, some of TV best's shows have centered on the workplace.
So we want to know: Which would you like to work in?
Maybe you'd like to be surrounded by Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce's creative advertising minds on Mad Men. Or perhaps The Office's Dunder Mifflin is more your speed. How about Murphy Brown's news station, or The West Wing's Oval Office?
Whatever the setting, we want to know! Tell us your ideal TV workplace in the comments after the jump.
Katherine Jackson has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against AEG, the promoter behind Michael Jackson's This Is It tour, The Wrap reports.
In a 16-page lawsuit filed at Los Angeles Superior Court on Wednesday, Jackson claims that "AEG actions and inactions led to Michael Jackson's death on June 25, 2009." The lawsuit says that because AEG hired Dr. Conrad Murray, the company is responsible for his actions.
Donald Trump, The Apprentice
As NBC's The Apprentice enters its 10th season, Donald Trump is putting celebrities aside and once again opening up the toughest job interview in the world to regular people. But this season, The Donald hand-picked the batch of 16 contestants based on one particular requirement: people affected by the recession...
No Ordinary Family
On September 14 stars and producers of ABC's fall shows came out for the PaleyFest: Fall TV Preview Party, sponsored by TV Guide Magazine and we got the scoop from their upcoming seasons.
Stephen Collins, now a series regular on ABC's new dramedy No Ordinary Family, told TV Guide Magazine that he's excited about his upcoming guest spot on Brothers & Sisters as Saul's love interest, Charlie. "They asked me to do an episode. I really like the show a lot, and I've been friends with Ron Rifkin for over 20 years. When you get a chance to work with people that you really love and respect, you just do it," says the actor...
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from Wednesday's Top Chef finale.]
After a four-course, head-to-head competition — complete with dessert — Kevin Sbraga was crowned Top Chef's Season 7 champ, besting Ed and a sick Angelo.
Are you happy with the winner? Vote in our poll now!
TVGuide.com caught up with the 31-year-old New Jersey native (after a long night of celebrating) to find out what was going through his head when Padma Lakshmi announced the big news, what he had to say about Angelo sitting out the first day of the challenge, and if he had any regrets about what he said or did to the other cheftestants. Plus: Did he name his newborn son after Angelo? Find out! ...
Real Time with Bill Maher (Friday, 10/9c, HBO)
HBO's provocative salon of current-affairs satirical comedy returns for a new round of episodes. What are the odds this outspoken comic will have an opinion about the ongoing hubbub over the so-called "Ground Zero Mosque?" No topic is too sensitive or volatile for Maher and his weekly roundtable of celebrity guests and commentators. Stay to the end to watch Maher skewer the culture's most pompous, hypocritical and otherwise ridiculous targets with his "New Rules" segment...