After shooting scenes in Paris, the Gossip Girls returned home to New York — and a legion of fans. "Girls were screaming everywhere," an onlooker tells TV Guide Magazine. "They had to close off the park just to shoot, and each actress had a bodyguard."
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Question: I am a long-time follower of your columns and reviews, and I just want to thank you for all the great series you have steered me toward over the years. The latest is Breaking Bad, which I never would have gone near if not for your raves. What an amazing show. Now I'm wondering if you have been watching The Glades and what you think of its development. Being from South Florida, I am always curious about shows located there. Most shows don't get the feel of the place (we won't even speak of that CSI show), but this one seems to be doing it right so far. And talk about someone coming out of left field: Where did this amazing guy Matt Passmore come from? Because I know he is Australian, I'll forgive his lack of a Chicago accent, but he has developed such an interesting and believable character (thank you also, writers) and is such a charismatic lead. After Lost, I never thought I could appreciate Kiele Sanchez in anything, but I am enjoying her performance as well. Thanks again for all the enjoyable hours of TV and please keep writing your columns! — Susan
Matt Roush: Well, thanks for that encouraging feedback. With The Glades, I'll fess up that I haven't seen every episode...
On Sunday's True Blood, we found out that Sam's redneck beatdown at Merlotte's last week was not the first time he had anger-management issues. Lafayette and Jesus bonded further... over drugs. Arlene turned to Holly for advice about her predicament. Jessica was the belle of the Bon Temps ball. And Bill, Eric and Sookie need to come up with a plan, before Russell brings his crazy to town.
Getting your heart broken is no fun, but it may just be what Huge's Amber needed.
Last week, Camp Victory's resident pretty girl — though she doesn't think so herself — was dumped by hunky counselor George (Zander Eckhouse) barely two trysts into their secret relationship. She ended the episode in tears — a good wake-up call, says Hayley Hasselhoff, who plays Amber.
"She came to camp to lose weight and I think now she realizes she got off-track because she focused all her time and energy on this boy that she shouldn't really be with," Hasselhoff tells TVGuide.com. "Her whole fling with George brings her ...
Grammy winner Faith Evans was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving after being stopped at a checkpoint, the Los Angeles Police Department told TVGuide.com.
The R&B singer was arrested Saturday night at a checkpoint in Marina del Rey, Officer Cleon Joseph said. She was taken ...
The Expendables fended off five new releases to top the box office for the second straight weekend.
Sylvester Stallone and his eclectic bunch of action stars claimed another $16.5 million to bring the film's 10-day total to $64.9 million, according to Box Office Mojo.
Debuting in second place was the satire Vampires Suck, which took in $12.2 million, narrowly edging ...
Army Wives star Catherine Bell has welcomed her second child, her rep tells TVGuide.com.
The actress gave birth to son Ronan on Saturday morning in Charleston, S.C. Ronan weighed in ...
Wyclef Jean said he will appeal the Haitian electoral ruling that disqualified his presidential bid.
"After careful consideration and much soul-searching, I have made the decision to contest Haiti's board of elections' pronouncement stating that I am ineligible to run for the presidency of the country," Jean said in a statement Sunday. "I will be seeking a solution through legal channels, and I urge my countrymen ...