Angelina Jolie, Jessica Alba
TV Guide Network is celebrating Mother's Day with a look at some of Hollywood's A-list moms including Angelina Jolie, Jessica Alba and Halle Berry. Get the scoop on unconventional baby names, post-baby beauty secrets and other mommy goodness.
Celebrity kids wouldn't be celebrity kids if they didn't have eccentric names like Apple, Sunday or Zuma — but the winner of the strangest celebrity baby name goes to Jason Lee's son Pilot Inspektor (good luck on the playground, kid). Check out other nutty Hollywood names and what they mean after the jump.
Kathryn Morris, Cold Case
This Sunday at 9 pm/ET, CBS' Cold Case wraps up its two-part Season 6 finale, in which the investigation of the 2005 murder of a female military-school cadet has dug up haunting memories for Detective Lilly Rush. On top of that, Part 1 ended with Lilly's car being forced off a bridge! Series star Kathryn Morris gave us a preview of Lilly's life-and-death crisis, and what other surprises are ahead as the season winds down. Also: Are Cold Case's chances for renewal heating up?See everything Morris had to share, after the jump.
Leonard Nimoy, The Late Show with David Letterman
In a late-night Star Trek publicity push, the erstwhile Spock, Leonard Nimoy, beamed down to The Late Show with David Letterman Thursday to deliver the night's Top Ten list — not to mention help Letterman differentiate between Star Trek and Star Wars.
After receiving an apology from a befuddled Letterman for his Star-confusion, Nimoy, who cameos in J.J. Abrams' reboot, presented the ...
The Simpsons are going postal — literally.
The long-running animated sitcom has been commemorated by a set of U.S. postal stamps in celebration of its 20 years on air. Featuring the faces of Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie, the collection also marks the first time a television series currently in production has received such an honor.
"We are emotionally moved ...
Actress-comedian Aisha Tyler has scored a talk show pilot on ABC, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Dubbed The Aisha Tyler Show, the youth-centric chatfest will be a hybrid of daytime and late-night talk show fare, and will feature ...
As always, Arnold Schwarzenegger is a man of his word. The bodybuilder-turned-actor-turned-governor will be back as the T-800 killer cyborg in this month's Terminator Salvation.
The actor's appearance was confirmed at a Thursday press screening of the movie.
Schwarzenegger's governorship duties prevented him from shooting new footage, but the ...
Thursday's ratings recap:
Survivor topped the hour with 11.97 million total viewers, up 240K week-to-week. Bones followed with 8.62 mil, dipping 210 thou. Claiming third was Ugly Betty, which surged 10 percent to 7.5 mil.
Both NBC's My Name Is Earl (4.43 mil, -16 percent) and Parks and Recreation (4.64 mil, -12 percent) dipped, while Smallville (3.34 mil) inched up 140K.
Grey's Anatomy was the night's most watched program, as 15.33 million RSVP'd for not-Meredith's wedding. With CSI dipping 720 thou to 14.57 mil, this marks the first time Grey's has outdrawn the CBS procedural in total viewers since Nov. 1, 2007. Grey's also outperformed CSI in the key demos by its widest margin in two years — 51 percent.
NBC's The Office (7.7 mil, +410K) and 30 Rock (6.17 mil, +200K) both saw gains, while Supernatural (2.79 mil) dropped 170 thou.
Michael J. Fox's Optimistic special started strong and averaged 10.6 mil for the hour, but ultimately got bested by CBS' CSI repeat come 10:30. NBC's recently renewed Southland slipped 180K, to 6.5 mil.
P.S. I'll hit you here with some Wednesday ratings highlights a little later on.
ABC, which already has renewed a dozen series, has taken another small step toward filling out its fall schedule by granting a 13-episode order to Modern Family, a new mockumentary-style comedy.
Described as "a look at the complications that come with being a family" in today's times, the series boasts an ensemble that includes ...
Paula Abdul denies a Ladies' Home Journal story that said she checked into rehab to escape an addiction to painkillers, but the magazine stands by its story.
The June cover story on Abdul said the American Idol judge came clean about a 12-year struggle with painkillers and checked into La Costa Resort & Spa in Carlsbad, Calif., last Thanksgiving to wean herself off them for good. The magazine article attributed lengthy quotes to Abdul: "I could have killed myself.... Withdrawal — it's the worst thing. ... I was freezing cold, then sweating hot, then chattering and in so much pain, it was excruciating. But at my very core, I did not like existing the way I had been."
Abdul said on the Detroit radio show Mojo in the Morning Thursday that she only checked into the resort for ...
JK Simmons, Lee Tergesen
Hey, Vern — Toby is back!
Lee Tergesen will reunite with fellow Oz alum JK Simmons — and vex Kyra Sedgwick's Brenda along the way — when he guest-stars on TNT's The Closer, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
In the season premiere, airing June 8, Tergesen will play ...