The family of David Carradine sought help from the FBI and an independent pathologist to investigate the actor's death, and threatened legal action against anyone who reprinted photos a Thai tabloid purported to be of Carradine's body at the scene.
Thai police initially said they suspected suicide after ...
Roger Federer overcame an unlikely opponent, a fan who leaped onto the court and inclement weather to finally win a French Open and complete his career Grand Slam.
Federer bested Robin Soderling, a 23rd seed and surprise finalist, by ...
Last we saw Nancy Botwin (Mary-Louise Parker), she narrowly escaped getting gunned down by Mexican drug kingpin Esteban (aka the mayor of Tijuana, aka her boyfriend) by producing a sonogram that appeared to show that the would-be turncoat was with child! As Season 5 of Weeds premieres (Monday at 10 pm/ET), Nancy's delicate state might have kept her safe in the short run, but not without its own set of complications. Parker tells us what she thinks of Nancy, ponders how far she'll fall this season, and surveys sisterhood with Jennifer Jason Leigh and the relative cleanliness of Alanis Morissette.
David Carradine leaves a legacy of more than 100 films and countless television appearances, including his starring role on Kung Fu. To celebrate his long career, we look back on his life and work.<
Dominic Monaghan in the "ABC House" promo
Charlie Pace is alive and kicking... a foosball around, in a new ABC promo that raises big questions about the Lost character's mortality.
In the latest installment of the network's "ABC House" campaign, Charlie (played by Dominic Monaghan) is teamed with Courteney Cox Arquette's Cougar Town cougar, Jules, in a table soccer match against Grey's Anatomy's McDreamy and Ed O'Neill's Modern Family patriarch.
Following a dispute over a goal — Jules is accused of "spinning" — Derek warns Charlie, "You are so dead." Charlie then turns to Jules to say, "Actually, I was."
Since tragically yet heroically drowning at the Looking Glass Station in Lost's Season 3 finale, Charlie has ...
Spencer Pratt, Heidi Montag
Hell hath no fury like an NBC executive scorned.
After enduring Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag's back-and-forth shenanigans on I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! three times, an NBC exec says the couple's third return to the Costa Rican jungle won't be without consequences.
"They are everything that's wrong with America... they are insincere, lazy, entitled and they claim the devil has possessed them," Executive Vice President of Alternative Programming Paul Telegdy tells Ryan Seacrest. "They are back and this time they are contrite... yeah, right. What they don't ...
The Shield is going out in style: The dearly departed cop drama leads the Television Critics Association Awards with four nominations.
The Shield, which ended its seven-season run in November, will battle Lost, Mad Men...
Britain's Got Talent runner-up Susan Boyle has checked out of the London clinic where she was treated for exhaustion, her brother says.
"She's much happier," Gerry Boyle tells Britain's GMTV. "She seems much ...
Kendra Wilkinson has moved out of the Playboy mansion of Girls Next Door, but the Playmate is keeping the cameras rolling for the next chapter in her life with her new series Kendra (premieres Sunday, June 7 at 10 pm/ET on E!).
TVGuide.com caught up with Hugh Hefner's ex via email to find out how it's going fending for herself, what kind of wedding she's planning with fiancé Hank Baskett and how she's using her in-house stripper-pole to keep in shape for the big day.
TVGuide.com: Why did you decide to do this show after being on a reality show for several years?
Kendra Wilkinson: I had so much fun doing Girls Next Door, and I wanted the next chapter in my life to be like a home video that I can have forever. Plus, the team I work with is amazing, so when I found out I would get to work with a lot of the same people, I was all for it. They're like family.
TVGuide.com: What has been the hardest part about fending for yourself?
Kendra: Everything's hard! I'm still trying to learn how to cook. Cooking doesn't seem hard; it's just finding the time. My dogs are hard too. At the mansion, they could run around and they were picked up after. It took me ...
So You Think You Can Dance has announced its Top 20 dancers for Season 5, and they're ready to krump, leap and twirl their ways into viewers' hearts for the next ten-plus weeks of competition.
Starting June 10 (Wednesday, 8 pm on Fox), the group splits into ten pairs that will compete weekly, with one couple voted off each week until a winner is crowned. Each contestant...