Counting down the 25 most shocking reality TV moments makes you realize how ingrained the genre is in our lives, Chris Harrison says.
As host of TV Guide Network's 25 Most Shocking Reality TV Moments, Harrison recalled some of the infamous moments he had watched — and those of which he lived himself.
The Speidi split is over.
"We are back together trying to make things work," Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt told People.
Cheers to Project Runway for its most emotional episode — and season — ever.Want more Cheers & Jeers? Subscribe to TV Guide Magazine now!The Lifetime hit started out with entertaining yet predictable catfights...
Can we just add Tina Fey to the list of celebs who need to guest on every talk show ever? Because like Justin Timberlake, Will Arnett and Cher, the 30 Rock-er just knows how to keep the entertaining energy at a steady flow, whether she's being chatted up by Jimmy, Jay or, like last night, Andy Cohen.Dropping in to NBC's far more fabulous sister net, the Emmy winner spent the live half-hour fielding viewer questions...
You can't make this stuff up! A new TV Guide Network special airing Sunday at 8/7c revisits the jaw-dropping reality scenes that kept us glued to our TVs. Behold, the Top 10...
David Cross is a very funny guy — adding him to Fox's Running Wilde was a smart move — but his extreme-geek persona works best in small doses.In the six-part comedy The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret (premiering Friday, 10/9c, IFC), which he created and wrote, Cross grates as a crass Candide...
Former Apprentice winner Bill Rancic and his wife, E! News host Giuliana Rancic, recently suffered a miscarriage.
"This is actually the first time we are talking about this, because nobody knew we were pregnant. And it was really scary," Giuliana said on The View Friday.
Let's get in the way-back machine and remember the '90s — when David Letterman teased Oprah Winfrey at the Oscars, hip-hop and Britney Spears topped the charts, and an adorable scamp named Jennifer Love Hewitt stole America's heart on Party of Five. Television this week recalled those heady days. Letterman finally revealed the incident that started his feud with Winfrey. Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake crafted a joyous medley tracing the rise and reign of hip-hop. The Glee crew called Spears an "icon." And Hewitt unleashed an unexpectedly bravura performance on Law & Order: SVU. Welcome to Top Moments: Remember the'90s? Edition.
Tennis legend Martina Navratilova is cancer-free just six months after revealing she had breast cancer, People reports.
In IFC's The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret, David Cross plays a man whose little white lies snowball to such a degree that in one week he's gone from meek office temp to a criminal on trial for "funding a terrorist organization, possession of biological weapons, possession of child pornography, blackmail, espionage..."
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