The man arrested in a $2 million blackmail scheme against David Letterman works on the CBS true-crime show 48 Hours, the network announced.
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Jon Gosselin told Larry King an "epiphany" made him realize TLC's recently re-tooled Kate Plus Eight has exploited his family and claimed the network terminated his contract after it learned he wanted to end the program.
"I don't want them to film anymore. I don't think it's healthy for them," Gosselin said on Larry King Live on Thursday. "And I — the reason I don't think it's healthy for them is that we're going through a divorce right now. And I don't think it should be televised. And I think my kids should be taken off the show."
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Kate Gosselin's attorney, Mark Momjian, appeared on the program as well, to say the couple's divorce will not be delayed and that Kate would end the show if she felt it was detrimental ...
Comedian Paul Rodriguez has been rushed to the hospital in Washington, D.C. for an abdominal infection, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Rodriguez, who is the chairman of the California Latino Water Coalition, was in Washington for congressional meetings. On Thursday morning, he complained of severe stomach pains and was rushed to George Washington University Hospital, according to KTLA.com.
J.J. Abrams is bringing a second show to life next season, this time on NBC, according to Variety.
After Fox bought Abrams' script for a half-hour medical comedy, a bidding war between ABC, NBC and CBS raged for his new action-adventure series. Wednesday night, NBC came out the victor.
J.J. Abrams going for laughs with Fox sitcom
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On Thursday's FlashForward, Olivia meets the man from her vision, Demetri and Mark meet D. Gibbons — two of them, actually — the Homeland Security Department gets involved in the investigation, Janice connects some dots and discovers new information about Suspect Zero and Charlie reveals something frightening about her vision.
Hey folks, I owe you an apology. I had a TiVo glitch on Thursday, so I wasn't able to recap this week's episode in a timely manner. I offer this abbreviated recap to catch you up. I thought "White to Play" was a nice follow-up to FlashForward's explosive pilot episode, in that it's now possible to see how the series will be structured from week to week. So far, it's mostly encouraging — with one exception: Anyone else think the use of flashbacks to remind the audience of past events was a little heavy-handed? There's only been one episode! I'm guessing they just want to make sure they keep everyone's attention in these crucial early weeks, so for now I'll let it slide. Come April, I'm sure I'll be begging for more plot reminders. Let's get to it, shall we?