Bryce Dallas Howard
Evil will have a new face in Eclipse: Bryce Dallas Howard will replace Rachelle Lefevre as villain Victoria in the third Twilight movie.
Lefevre, who originated the role in the first film and its sequel New Moon, is dropping out of the series due to ...
Carrie Ann Inaba, Chris Harrison
TV Guide Network has signed Chris Harrison and Carrie Ann Inaba to anchor its live red carpet coverage, beginning with the 2009 Primetime Emmy Awards in September, the network announced Wednesday.
Harrison, host of ABC's The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, and Inaba, a judge on the ABC's Dancing With the Stars, will also star in other award-show related programming for TV Guide Network.
"Carrie Ann Inaba and Chris Harrison are two of the highest-profile faces on television today, who bring an instant connection with millions of fans at home and familiar, friendly faces to stars walking the Red Carpet," said Ryan O'Hara, president of TV Guide Network and TVGuide.com. "Partnering with talent of their caliber is ...
CSI: Miami's Eddie Cibrian, Brothers & Sisters' Rob Lowe and 90210's Jennie Garth
I am trying to get my hands on some scoops for next season of CSI: Miami. — Jennifer
TIM: How about some insight into new series regular Eddie Cibrian's arrival? We haven't heard much about him lately. Cibrian's Jesse Cardoza, a transfer from Los Angeles, gets taken hostage on his very first day. During the crisis, he performs a heroic deed that requires him to take off his shirt, as heroic deeds often do. But Cardoza's first day won't come until Season 8's second episode: The Sept. 21 season premiere will flash back to 1997, when we'll learn about his past connection to Horatio.
Is there any word on a Season 4 premiere for Brothers & Sisters? — Dave
MATT: Yes, ABC (finally) set a Sept. 27 return for the Walkers. Among the storylines you can watch for this fall: Kitty and Robert are still...
Ming-Na with Robert Carlyle, Stargate Universe
When the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation released its annual Network Responsibility Index, Syfy was among the networks receiving "Failing" grades for their depiction of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) characters.
While CBS, NBC, A&E and TBS declined to comment on their showing, Syfy's executive vice president of original content, Mark Stern, accepted TVGuide.com's invitation to react as well as discuss his network's plans for a more diverse future.
"We are disappointed, obviously," Stern said of the NRI grade. "The 'F' is hard because we are trying, it is something that is in our vocabulary. But we need to work harder."
See which networks got "Good" and "Adequate" grades from GLAAD
A GLAAD rep told TVGuide.com that Syfy's grade was based on the fact that there were only two gay characters appearing on the network's programming during the timetable of the study ...
FX has ordered 13 episodes of Lawman, a new drama starring Timothy Olyphant as a modern-day lawman with a 19th century attitude.
The show is based around U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens, a character in the Elmore Leonard short story "Fire in the Hole." The show was developed by ...
Authorities searched the Las Vegas home and medical office of Michael Jackson's personal physician Tuesday as part of their investigation into the pop legend's death.
See our complete coverage of Jackson's death
Los Angeles police and federal Drug Enforcement Administration agents entered the home of Dr. Conrad Murray searching for documents, according to The Associated Press. A similar team searched Global Cardiovascular Associates Inc., Murray's medical offices.
Michael Flanagan, assistant special agent in charge of the Las Vegas DEA office, told the AP he couldn't comment on what documents the agents were seeking. Flanagan told the Las Vegas Sun that the warrant was sealed but pertains to Jackson's death.
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Authorities raided Murray's ...
Mad Men star Jon Hamm has signed on to co-star with Ben Affleck in the crime thriller The Town.
Hamm will play an FBI agent on the heels of a bank robber (Affleck) who is considering going straight after falling in love with a bank teller (Rebecca Hall), according to the Hollywood Reporter. Despite their romance, the teller ...
Fox will not air an abortion-themed episode of Family Guy, according to a statement from the network.
"Fox will not air the 'Partial Terms of Endearment' episode of Family Guy, but we fully support the producers' right to make the episode and distribute it in whatever way they want," the statement reads.
Series creator Seth McFarlane teased the episode in question during a Family Guy panel Saturday at Comic-Con in San Diego.
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"20th Century Fox, as always, allowed us to produce the episode and then said, 'You know what? We're scared to f--king death of ...
Zachary Levi, Chuck
In this week's Mitovich Mega Minute, I take some bits of Comic-Con news and add a scoopy little something "extra."
For example: It was announced this weekend that Dollhouse will set the stage for a reunion between Angel alumni Amy Acker and incoming guest star Alexis Denisof. But have you heard that a Battlestar Galactica meet-up is also in the cards, when Jamie Bamber shares scenes in the Season 2 premiere with Tahmoh Penikett? That's how this will work.
So, in this Mega Minute:
• As confirmed at Comic-Con, Chuck's kung fu will be glitchy at best. But do you know what his next mad new skill will be? I do.
• When Angel alum Charisma Carpenter guest-stars on Legend of the Seeker, what will be on her Mord'Sith's agenda beyond fighting? I've got the answer.
• Also, what secret message did Dominic Monaghan flash to fans at Lost's Comic-Con panel? And get my take on one of the big Smallville reveals.
Watch and discuss the new MMM after the jump.