In anticipation of the premiere of Starz's original historical drama series Spartacus: Blood and Sand (Friday, 10/9c), TVGuide.com caught up with star Erin Cummings, who plays Sura, a warrior who is also Spartacus' wife. Cummings tells us why she signed on to the visceral new series, what it's like playing such a aggressive female character and how the cast enjoyed attending "gladiator camp."
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Ronnie - Jersey Shore
Between going to the gym, tanning and doing laundry (GTL), the housemates of Jersey Shore still make time for fighting. As we prepare for the separation anxiety that will surely set in after Thursday's season finale (10/9c, MTV), let's take a look back at our favorite fights —physical and otherwise.
After two months, countless tubes of hair gel, way too many hours in a tanning booth and more gratuitous thong shots than we care to recall, Jersey Shore wraps up its debut season Thursday night (10/9c, MTV) with a finale and reunion special. We thought it was a good time to check in on what we learned from Snooki, J-WOWW, Sammi Sweetheart, Pauly D, The Situation, Ronnie and Vinny, starting with a whole new vocabulary. Check it out after the jump.
John Edwards has publicly acknowledged that he fathered a 2-year-old girl he conceived with his former mistress, Rielle Hunter.
John Edwards "ashamed" of affair with filmmaker
The former North Carolina senator and Democratic presidential candidate, 56, said in a written statement he provided to NBC News that he's taking responsibility for the girl, Frances Quinn Hunter.
"I am Quinn's father. I will ...
Conan O'Brien will receive $45 million for himself and his staff in an exit deal clearing the way for Jay Leno to return as host of The Tonight Show, NBC announced Thursday.
About one-fourth of the money ($11 million to $12 million) will be divided among O'Brien's 200-plus staffers as severance, under terms of the deal announced on NBC's Today. O'Brien's last show will be Friday, and Leno will return to Tonight, the show he hosted for 17 years, on March 1.
Leno: Don't Blame Conan (Or Me)
O'Brien will be allowed to appear on another network as early as September, but likely without such old friends as Masturbating Bear. ...
Tareq Salahi and Michaele Salahi
White House party crashers Tareq and Michaela Salahi appeared before Congress Wednesday, invoking their Fifth Amendment rights against self-incrimination and refusing to testify.
The Salahis would not answer questions in front of the House Homeland Security Committee about how they made it past the Secret Service and into a Nov. 24 White House state dinner uninvited.
A federal grand jury is also...