The final six work separately and together on Dancing with the Stars, as couples split into two teams to compete in the Cha-Cha Challenge. Which team won? How did everyone handle the pressure of two full dances? Find out below!
Elizabeth Mitchell and Morena Baccarin
In the final three episodes of ABC's V, Erica Evans (Elizabeth Mitchell) will face off with the Visitors, starting with Anna, according to executive producer Scott Rosenbaum. The end of the season will also bring the birth of a hybrid baby who will be "more alien than human," a brutal attack and a betrayal...
David Boreanaz, Jaime Bergman
David Boreanaz has admitted to cheating on his wife after he says the woman with whom he cheated attempted to blackmail him, People reports.
"Our marriage has been tainted with my infidelities," the 40-year-old told People. "I just want to be open and honest. I was...
The Amazing Race
Louie Stravato, 47, and Michael Naylor's enemies were already eliminated on The Amazing Race, so they decided to keep their competition — Daniel and Jordan — close, working with them for the first half of the second leg in Shanghai. "I said, 'If we go head-to-head, I think we can beat them out,'" Michael, 45, tells TVGuide.com. They didn't, as the brothers edged them for the last spot in the final three. Still, the self-described "Porn-stache-ioed cops" stick by their decision, just like they do with their choice to U-Turn Heidi and Joe — who "needs to get over it."
Little Miss Sunshine
Little Miss Sunshine is headed to the stage for a musical adaptation set to debut next year.
Based on the 2006 film, which won two Academy Awards and earned more than $100 million at the box office worldwide, the musical version of Little Miss Sunshine will debut on Feb. 15, 2011, at the La Jolla Playhouse in...
American Idol winner Jordin Sparks will make her Broadway debut this August in In the Heights. The 20-year-old will perform with the musical from Aug. 19 through Nov. 14.
"It's always been one of my dreams to perform on Broadway...
Justified has been renewed for a second season, FX announced Monday.
The drama was the most-watched series premiere in the cable channel's history, attracting 4.9 million viewers. Since its March premiere, the show has averaged 3.4 million viewers, 1.7 million viewers in the...
Some U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan put together their own remake of Lady Gaga and Beyonce's "Telephone" music video — and its blowing up on YouTube.
The re-enactment has attracted more than 2.8 million plays — and counting. In the music video, the soldiers perform choreographed dance routines and wear homemade costumes. Even if you're unfamiliar with the original Gaga video, their moves alone are worth watching.
Watch the video after the jump.
NBC has picked up J.J. Abrams' Undercovers as its first new drama series for the 2010-11 season.
Abrams — who's been behind Alias, Felicity, Lost and Fringe — co-wrote, produced and directed the pilot. British actress Gugu Mbatha-Raw (Bonekickers) and Boris Kodjoe (Resident Evil: Afterlife) will star as ...
Melrose Place, V
The new fall TV season means plenty of promising new shows — and canceling struggling old ones to make room. As the networks roll out new programs this month at their upfront presentations to advertisers, here's our list of 13 at-risk shows. Many have posted significant ratings declines. Others are expensive to produce, getting old, or just aren't performing as well as their time-slot rivals. Read about the issues each faces and then weigh in on which shows deserve to stay — or go.