Ginnifer Goodwin, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Bill Paxton and Chloe Sevigny
Since Big Love has been off the air for eight long months, the Grant family at Juniper Creek has put together a little holiday treat — A Juniper Creek Christmas, the holiday album featuring Roman Grant (Harry Dean Stanton), Adaleen Grant (Mary Kay Place), Jodean Marquart (Mireille Enos) and Cara Lynn (Cassi Thomson)...
A judge has ruled that Jon Gosselin must cease making media appearances that clash with his TLC contract.
The ruling, from Montgomery County Circuit Judge Michael D. Mason in Rockville, Md., comes after a hearing Thursday in the legal battle between...
Swiss watchmaker Tag Heuer is pulling placards of Tiger Woods from all Australian jewelry stores, but says the move is not connected to recent events, The Sydney Morning-Herald reported.
Woods endorses the company's...
Michael Jackson will be among the recipients of a lifetime achievement award at the 2010 Grammys, the Recording Academy announced Thursday.
Besides Jackson — who died June 25 at 50 — Bobby Darin, Leonard Cohen, Loretta Lynn and André Previn also are among the lifetime honorees...
Top Chef, Kevin
Though Kevin Gillespie was the fan favorite to win the Top Chef title (with 60 percent of the votes in our poll), he was unable to win over the judges. Find out what the 27-year-old chef thought of Preeti, why he stands by his pork dish and get the real story behind his beard. Plus, Gillespie explains the show's role in the recent separation from his wife of six years.
Top Chef's Michael on winning: I thought it was a joke
TVGuide.com: Do you think Preeti's performance as your sous chef hurt your chances of winning?
Kevin: She only hurt my chances of winning because I let it. That's the most unfortunate part. I want to make it clear that ...
Chris Cuomo, George Stephanopoulos
Chris Cuomo will leave Good Morning America to anchor 20/20; George Stephanopoulos and Juju Chang will join the morning news program, ABC announced Thursday.
"I have been blessed to be at GMA. I thank all of you," Cuomo, 39, said on Thursday's show. "[20/20] is a dream job for a journalist like me, but it was also a very difficult decision, because I am leaving a special place and crew and all of you and you are all part of my family. The good news is you never really leave family, so you're not going to see this mug every day, but you will see it often, especially when it matters."
Diane Sawyer to leave GMA Friday
Cuomo, who has been on GMA for three years, will co-anchor 20/20 with ...
Top Chef, Michael
It was a Voltaggio battle royale on Top Chef's four-course finale challenge, but younger sibling Michael managed to win over the judges with his creative, risky dishes. Find out why the 30-year-old father of two initially thought his victory was a "sick joke" and what caused his emotions to get the better of him after winning. Plus, see how he feels about viewers' comments that he's arrogant and what he and his older brother have planned for the future.
Top Chef's Kevin: People were rooting for my beard to win!
TVGuide.com: Congratulations! What was the first thing that went through your head after you won?
Michael Voltaggio: That somebody made a mistake. Throughout the whole season, Padma was calling me Bryan and calling Bryan Michael. So I was standing there, like, "Did she just do it again? ...
So much for that boycott: MTV's Jersey Shore has scored a new advertiser just a week after several sponsors bailed over the content of the controversial show, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
MTV exec: It bums me out people are offended by Jersey Shore
Beenverified.com, a Web site that does background checks, jumped on board after hearing about the vacant slots, Danny Canarick, a rep for the company, told TVGuide.com. "We thought that it was a really great opportunity to get our message out there," he said. "It certainly fits into part of the audience we're trying to reach. One of the things we talk about at our company is that ...
A Palestinian shopkeeper portrayed as a terrorist in this summer's Bruno is suing Sacha Baron Cohen for libel in a $110 million lawsuit, the Associated Press reports.
In the film, Ayman Abu Aita, who filed the suit last week in District of Columbia federal court, was identified as a member of the militant group Al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigade, which is "utterly false ...