There will be life and death on the Season 2 premiere of The Secret Life of the American Teenager (Monday, 8 pm/ET, ABC Family). Someone will get pregnant (not hard to figure out who) and, as already revealed, someone else dies. "[The death] affects everybody, but I'd say it affects the youth of the show more so," Ken Baumann tells TVGuide.com. Baumann's good boy Ben has his own drama to worry about now that baby John makes four for him, Amy and Ricky. See what else Baumann has to say about the "very dramatic changes," how he prepared to play a father and which teen is the better parent.
TVGuide.com: The show's premise was built around a pregnant teen. Were you worried about heading into Season 2 now that Amy's given birth?
Baumann: I think everybody has that small concern ...
American networks have made a habit of swiping and remaking British programs, but the latest import from across the pond will be 100 percent authentic. Merlin (premieres Sunday, 8 pm/ET, NBC), loosely based on the Arthurian legends of the famed sorcerer, arrives stateside as the first British drama to air on a U.S. network — un-retouched, un-recast — since The New Avengers more than 30 years ago.
"I think we probably played a fast one on NBC!" star Bradley James tells TVGuide.com. "It's probably quite difficult to ...
Katherine Heigl will return to Grey's Anatomy for Season 6, according to a statement from ABC. The news comes just hours after T.R. Knight's Grey's Anatomy exit was finally confirmed — by both the actor and series creator Shonda Rhimes.
ABC declined TVGuide.com's request for further comment from Rhimes (who did issue a statement on Friday regarding Knight's departure). Similarly, Heigl's rep said no statement was forthcoming from the actress.
The announcement ends months of speculation over Heigl's future with the show. In June 2008, she made statements about ...
A man convicted of stalking Tyra Banks has been sentenced to one year probation and must stay away from the model-turned-talk show host for two years under an order of protection.
Brady Green, of Dublin, Ga., was also ordered Thursday to take a treatment ...
Angelina Jolie wants to raise her six children with an "education of the world" and says that a few of them are already globally aware despite their young ages.
"Some of my kids are from countries that have seen conflict," Angelina told Anderson Cooper on AC360 Thursday. "I usually just explain to them that there are other families in the world that aren't as fortunate ...
Chris Daughtry turned down Fuel. Adam Lambert turned down Queen (for now). But Carly Smithson said yes to Evanescence — or to most of them, at least.
The Season 7 American Idol finalist has teamed up with three former members of Evanescence to front a new rock band called The Fallen, the Los Angeles Times reports. The lineup includes Ben Moody, Rocky Gray, John Lecompt — all of whom were in Evanescence — and Marty O'Brian, who was not in the group.
"I'm excited to be able to ...
Kelly Preston has signed on for her first project since the January death of her son.
Preston will play Miley Cyrus' mom in Disney's The Last Song, according to the Associated Press. The film started production this week in Savannah, Ga., and revolves around ...
Jon & Kate Plus 8
What will Jon and Kate's big announcement be on Monday's episode? TV Guide Network's special, Jon & Kate: Is It Too Late? (Friday, June 19 at 8 pm/ET), brings you the compelling story behind the allegations of infidelity in the Gosselin household.
Is It Too Late? fills in Jon and Kate's childhood years and shows you the wedding footage of a very loving couple who was once known as just "Jon and Kate plus twins." Find out how the pair managed during leaner years to feed all eight now-famous mouths.
And of course, get the story of the scandal that's been making headlines for months, including what Kate's brother and sister-in-law are telling Radaronline.com about the family.
Watch the video after the jump.
Jimmy Smits' run on Dexter was both short and sweet, presenting as it did a choice opportunity for the Emmy-winning actor. "It was one of the great rewards to be able to do that show," Smits shares in this TVGuide.com video Q&A.
As Season 3's ill-fated ADA Miguel Prado, Smits welcomed the chance to offer a fresh spin on what could have been just another officious and entitled politician-type — especially as he grew closer (and darkly so) with Michael C. Hall's titular killer. "They asked if I'm ready to be challenged," Smits recalls ...