ABC's Scrubs might be scrubbing much of its original cast and setting, as series creator Bill Lawrence ponders ways to bring back the renewed series.
At a press conference announcing the network's lineup for the 2009-10 season, ABC Entertainment president Steve McPherson could only confirm that ...
Kara DioGuardi hopes to be an idol — or better yet, an angel — for dogs.
The American Idol judge is the newest face of PETA's Angels for Animals campaign. She posed with ...
Juliet's trip down the rabbit hole/Swan station shaft may have a happy-ish ending after all.
Considering the Lost heroine's hands-on bomb detonation and portrayer Elizabeth Mitchell's new lead role in ABC's greenlit V remake, many have speculated that Juliet is a goner. But ABC entertainment president Stephen McPherson says ...
Ruben Studdard, Elliott Yamin, Fantasia Barrino
It's America Idol's big finale week, but before the audience chooses between Adam Lambert and Kris Allen, find out what past winners and finalists have been up to since living in the Idol bubble.
Uh-oh! ABC announced Tuesday that it plans to move Ugly Betty to Fridays in the fall, wedged between wacky neighbors Supernanny and 20/20.
A move to Friday is often a show's last stop before cancellation, but ABC Entertainment president Steve McPherson expressed confidence in Betty during his presentation of the network's fall schedule. "I love the show," he said. "I'd love to see it have a great run on Friday night, the way Ghost Whisperer has." He said he hopes that Betty will hold on to Supernanny's lead-in. What's taking Betty's place? Read on to find out...
Tweets of Patrick Swayze's death have been greatly exaggerated.
A false report that the Dirty Dancing star had lost his battle with cancer burned quickly through the Twitter-sphere early Tuesday, forcing his publicist to issue a statement confirming that he remains alive.
Chuck, Friday Night Lights and Medium
NBC's 2009-10 schedule effectively cleaves the TV season in half, meaning that some shows will premiere in the fall and then vanish, while others will not return or premiere until midseason.
That means that recent flourishes of good news for Chuck and Friday Night Lights have been tempered by news likely to disappoint the shows' fans.
How so? Though Chuck was picked up for a third season, the action-comedy's fervent fans will have to wait until midseason (after the Winter Olympics, specifically) to get their fix. NBC boss Ben Silverman said in a Tuesday conference call, however, that Chuck's cast will not be whittled down.
And while NBC recently trumpeted news of Friday Night Lights' two-season renewal, Coach Taylor won't call another play until ...
"I will be looking for you at the bar," Kiefer Sutherland told guests at Fox's upfronts on Monday, prompting much laughter. What was he thinking?
What would normally be a friendly sentiment within the context of a network's advertiser lovefest carries additional meaning these days for the legally challenged 24 star. Sutherland already served 48 days in jail for a 2007 drunk-driving charge and is currently facing third-degree assault charges stemming from an incident earlier this month involving Jack McCullough, a fashion designer, at a New York City nightclub.
Rocky Carroll with Mark Harmon, NCIS
This Tuesday at 9 pm/ET, CBS' NCIS wraps up its sixth season by sending Gibbs, Tony, Ziva and Vance to Israel, to douse an international incident. Rocky Carroll, whose profile as Director Vance has greatly increased this past season, shared a look at what's ahead.
TVGuide.com: What exactly sends Vance and the rest to Israel, or a reasonable L.A. facsimile thereof?
Rocky Carroll: The final scene of "Semper Fidelis," with Tony shooting Michael Rivkin dead.... With Michael being a Mossad operative, it starts a bit of an international tete-a-tete ...