The man accused of stalking Ryan Seacrest has pleaded not guilty to stalking the American Idol host and E! News anchor.
Chidi Uzomah pleaded not guilty to one count of...
You'll still get to see a lot of Mia Michaels, even though she's no longer on So You Think You Can Dance. The Emmy-winning choreographer, who shocked fans by announcing her exit last month on Twitter, has three shows, a book deal and a clothing line in the works. "It would've been very easy to stay," Michaels tells TVGuide.com. "But I had all these other opportunities to take my art to the next level. I just constantly want to keep challenging myself and keep putting my work out there." With so much going on, does she even have time to watch the Fox hit? See what she says, whether she'll return and why she thinks she'll be the next media mogul.
Jenna Elfman, Accidentally on Purpose
Accidentally on Purpose has been picked up for five more episodes by CBS, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
CBS' order leaves the freshman comedy four episodes short of...
Mark Harmon and Muse Watson, NCIS
NCIS' Leroy Jethro Gibbs (Mark Harmon) has always been able to turn to his mentor, Mike Franks (Muse Watson), in times of trouble. When Franks returns in the hit CBS procedural's Tuesday episode, the tables will be turned.
Two mercenaries are found dead on Gibbs' boat, which forces Gibbs to re-evaluate his old friend and talk his way out of some hot water.
"We find out where the boat has ended up and it's something that Franks is involved with," Watson tells TVGuide.com "Franks and Gibbs have been such dear friends, so Gibbs lets Franks have the boat and everything gets confused from there. And of course when Vance finds out that Gibbs' boat is involved, they want answers from him and he doesn't have any."
The episode ...
There's a reason the critics are raving about Glee, and it's not its hard-hitting approach to tackling teen issues. It's the musical performances! The Gleeks' interpretations of a wide range of ballads, raps, rock anthems and show tunes are what make this campy new series just plain fun. The show's first soundtrack album, Glee: The Music, Volume 1, hits stores today. To celebrate — and to sustain yourself through the hiatus — check out a list of our favorite musical numbers (and a few of our least favorites) and weigh in with your list.
Glee song goes gold
Song: "Don't Stop Believin'"
Original Artist: Journey
Why We Loved It: It's the song that started the Gleek phenomenon, and what a way to kick it off. The talented kiddies of McKinley High take the '80s power ballad and use it as their mantra to get New Directions off the ground. Their peppy cover reached the No. 1 spot on iTunes.
Watch the video after the jump.