Brooke Elliott, Paula Abdul
In the Season 1 finale of Drop Dead Diva, Jane (Brooke Elliott) was finally beginning to get a grip on her new life and new body. But the arrival of Jane's secret husband Ethan (Devon Gummersall) threw her into quite a tailspin. To make matters worse, Jane's on the cusp of being disbarred for breaching client-attorney confidentiality.
VIDEO: Catching up with Jane
So where do things pick up for the attorney at the start of Season 2 (premiering Sunday at 9/8c on Lifetime)? A love triangle, of course! "There's lots going on for Jane in the love world," Elliott says.
And let us not forget the return of Paula Abdul. Wearing her bedazzled judge's robe, Abdul appears in Jane's dream sequence and the two break it down in a food court.
Elliott also tells us about the bevy of guest stars fans can expect to make an appearance this season, including ...
Kate Gosselin says she is glad to have her old camera crew back with her children to film a series of specials for TLC's Kate Plus 8.
The evolution of Kate Gosselin's looks
"I am very happy I was able to put that back in their lives and there is nothing negative about it," Gosselin said during a Today show interview on Friday. "I love our crew. The cameras are on, and I love them. And the cameras are off, and they're ...
The Bachelorette, Glee
There are lots of ways to handle awkward situations. Ignore them, which makes them worse. (See: this week's episodes of Breaking Bad and Glee.) Force them into the open, which can get emotional (Losing it with Jillian). Or just hit someone (Royal Pains). This week's episode of The Bachelorette reminded us that the one thing you should never do is change the subject to the weather. What's the best way to deal with an uncomfortable moment? See No. 1 on our list. Welcome to Top Moments, elephant-in-the-room edition.
Flashpoint - Hugh Dillon, Enrico Colantoni
During Flashpoint's third season, the members of the Strategic Response Unit are drawn closer together than ever, something series star Enrico Colantoni says was also true when the cameras weren't rolling.
Check out photos of the Flashpoint cast
"Every show takes a while to find its legs, and where CBS ended the last season, we were really finding our stride," Colantoni tells TVGuide.com. "The camaraderie of the unit — and of us as actors and crew members — was really clicking, so what you're going to see now is much more intense."
Indeed, in Friday's episode (9/8c on CBS), team leader Ed Lane (Hugh Dillon), Sgt. Gregory Parker (Colantoni) and the rest of the SRU are tasked with ...
James Clement and Kevin Fisher
Two-time Survivor fan favorite winner James Clement, who didn't make it far on this year's Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains, is a big fan of The Young and the Restless. In the episode, airing Friday on CBS, the 32-year-old gravedigger will play a cop alongside series stars Greg Rikaart, Peter Bergman, Eric Braeden and Joshua Morrow. After watching the series for more than two decades (and even scheduling his college classes around the show), James says he's an even bigger fan after his cameo. "Just the fact that I was there makes me relate to it and love the show more," he says. "I had a great time. I can take that off my bucket list now...
Between the addition of celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis as a mentor and the move to Los Angeles, The Next Food Network Star has big changes for its sixth season.
Top 6 food challenges
So what can we expect for the two-hour premiere (Sunday at 9/8c) and the new season? Who better to give us a taste of what's to come than host and judge Bobby Flay. Find out what the culinary master has to say about the "savvy" new batch of hopefuls, what he finds is the most common mistake made by contestants, and what his first...
Season 1, Episode 2 - "Ted & Mary" - Larry David and Jeff Garlin
In this episode of Curb, entitled "Ted and Mary," we get to meet Larry and Cheryl's couple-friends Ted (hey, he was on Cheers!) and Mary (hey, she was in Back to the Future Part 3!), watch Larry fumble through a crush and enjoy the saga of shoes, shopping and Simon.
Cheryl and Larry are unwinding bowling with their friends (and real-life husband and wife) Ted Danson and Mary Steenburgen. Larry winds up and throws a strike thrilling, and impressing all. Ted hands Larry his winnings, Cheryl applauds and there are smiles aplenty. They're having such a good time that Ted invites them both to see Paul Simon with them in their luxury box seats that weekend.
Larry goes up to the counter to turn in his bowling shoes and is handed a pair of sneakers: not his. After looking around, the guy running the counter admits he must have given up Larry's shoes to another guy by mistake. They all can't believe the guy took them (What kind of guy would take someone else's shoes?!) so Larry leaves, not only his phone number, but the building... in his stocking feet.
Ted: "Does this happen to you a lot?"
Larry: "Yeah it does."
Ted, let me let you in on a secret: if it didn't we wouldn't have a show.
Back at their house that night ...
Freshman comedy Modern Family grabbed a leading five nominations for the Television Critics Association Awards.
The ABC show was nominated for best new series, best comedy series and best program of the year. Stars Ty Burrell and Eric Stonestreet were...