There's a war coming on Fringe. Two universes are crossing over and like the snow globes Nina Sharp (Blair Brown) showed us, it's not going to be pretty when they collide. But which side is good, and which is evil? Executive producers Jeff Pinkner and Joel Wyman discuss the "other side" in the clip below. They also touch on why Olivia (Anna Torv) has come back with some heightened powers and the man who may save her.
Fringe: Burning questions (Part II)
Plus, despite previously helping Walter (John Noble), the Observers may not actually be good guys. Find out what else the producers tease ...
In Wednesday's episode of Glee, the club is trying to come up with ideas for their sectionals music mash-up. Puck has a number in mind with "Sweet Caroline." It seems the football jock is serenading Rachel, and Finn does not look pleased. Has this love triangle turned into a quadrangle?
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"Bust a Move" with Glee in the clips below and check out other sneaks of this Wednesday's episode, which include Emma in a wedding dress, Matthew Morrison belting "The Thong Song" and more...
NBC is gearing up for more tough love now that Jillian Michaels will have her own show.
Losing it with Jillian will feature a new family each week trying to change their lives -- physically, mentally, even financially. The new weight-loss series will also be distinct from its successful predecessor.
"Biggest Loser is the last resort ... our show is...
Michael Urie loves Marc St. James, the dressed-to-kill mean guy he plays on Ugly Betty. This season, though, Urie says that Marc's evil ways are somewhat justified. In the Season 3 finale, Marc lost a coveted editor's position to Betty, and while he still worships Wilhelmina, he's no longer enthralled with being her assistant. TVGuide.com spoke with Urie about how Marc copes with his disappointments, when he'll figure out Willy's dark secret and who plays his hookup in the Bahamas episode. (Hint: It's not Shakira.)
Dancing with the Stars
Dancing with the Stars is heading for the rink.
ABC and BBC Worldwide Productions are discussing the creation of a figure skating version of Dancing, a network rep told TVGuide.com
While development is still in the early stages, both companies hope to import a BBC format in which celebrities train to perform ice-skating routines. BBC ...
I hope you enjoyed my Argentine tango with Joanna. It was a lot of fun! Right now, I'm rehearsing for the Michael Jackson tribute on the results show. It's going well. There are a lot of people and we're getting through it and getting a lot of things done. It's going to be a fun dance and a fun experience.
As I said last time, the tribute will be three numbers. Derek and Mark choreographed the first, I choreographed the second and we kind of all choreographed the third one under Cheryl's tutelage. Everybody is stepping in for the third number, which will a big thing. A bunch of Jacksons are going to be there and at the risk of sounding cocky — like Maks! — I'm not nervous. Just kidding! I just want to do a good job. I'm having a ...