Lost - Michael Emerson
On Tuesday's episode of Lost, a question is posed: What happens to a leader who can no longer lead? It's a Ben-centric episode, but in the end, "Dr. Linus" concerns several men who no longer rule: Ben, Jack, Jacob, UnLocke, Richard and (gulp!) Charles Widmore. Read on to see whose power plays succeeded, or who had to be content to a Napoleonic island exile.
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Lie To Me
Lie to Me will return with new episodes on Monday June 7, Fox announced Tuesday.
The Tim Roth-led drama series has been on hiatus since Dec. 14. The show's new episodes will be paired on Monday nights with freshman series...
CBS has renewed Undercover Boss for a second season, the network announced Tuesday.
The hit reality show follows chief executives at major companies, such as Hooters and 7-Eleven, as they work alongside unknowing lower-level employees. The show debuted to 38.7 million viewers after Super Bowl XLIV — the largest series premiere since...
Charlie Sheen will check out of rehab and return to work on his CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men on March 19, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Production on the series was suspended last month when Sheen, 44, announced he would be entering rehab as...
A 48 Hours Mystery producer entered a plea deal Tuesday in the David Letterman extortion case that entails six months in jail.
Robert "Joe" Halderman pleaded guilty to second-degree grand larceny in a Manhattan court. Under the deal, he will also get five years' probation and must perform 1,000 hours of community service.
Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance Jr. said Halderman's guilty plea sent a strong message about the city's intolerance of extortion. He also applauded Letterman. "By not giving in to the defendant's extortionate demands for millions of dollars, and instead taking the courageous step of reporting the crime to law enforcement, Mr. Letterman risked...
Natalie Wood's sister wants a reinvestigation of the actress' drowning death, one of Hollywood's most legendary tragedies — though she doesn't suspect foul play.