Joan Cusack is a wanted woman on the boob tube.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, John's big sis has landed two TV gigs — her own series on NBC and a starring role in a Lifetime tele-flick.
Cusack will develop a ...
Now that two of its shows are on their way out, NBC saw need to fortify its current lineup. Midseason replacement Medium has received the go-ahead for six more episodes, The Hollywood Reporter reports
The half-dozen order will bring the supernatural series' total to ...
TV Guide's Senior Critic Matt Roush takes your TV questions. Have a rant, rave or burning question about your favorite show you'd like addressed? E-mail him here!
Question: Since Mad Men has recently wrapped up its second season, do you think the final season of The Shield is the best drama on television right now? I agree with you that the initial episodes involving the Mexican and Armenian gang war was convoluted and a bit illogical at times, yet these last few episodes have been some of the best television I've seen in a long time. The scene where Vic almost shot Shane and Mara had to be one of the most suspenseful moments on any show. Other scenes, like when Vic finally turned in his badge and gun and called it quits or when Shane hinted at the idea of having to leave his family, were great as well. I would go as far as to say that this season has surpassed the final seasons of other great shows like The Sopranos or The Wire. Apart from a few selected shows like Dexter or Brotherhood, The Shield is definitely the best drama on TV right now. — Grant
Matt Roush: With only two episodes remaining, what better time to salute The Shield, which I've always considered one of TV's best dramas and which is ...
See the rest of Matt's response plus questions on Heroes, The Mentalist, Dancing with the Stars, House, Chuck and more after the jump
Jimmy Jean-Louis, Heroes
What really lurks beneath The Haitian's cool exterior on Heroes? Jimmy Jean-Louis tells TVGuide.com that more details will emerge about the mysterious man who manipulates memories.
"We will get to know him in Haiti, get to know his brother, get to know him," Jean-Louis promised during a launch party for Gears of War 2. But he also lamented how little we still actually know about the Haitian as a person. "Does he have a girl? Does he have a few girls? Kids?" Jean-Louis asked.
"Down the line, it would be nice to have a storyline that makes him a little bit more human.
On this week's Desperate Housewives, we finally get to Wisteria in Chains', er, Blue Odyssey's long-awaited gig at the Battle of the Bands at the White Horse. It seems that Wisteria in Chains are older than most of the competition by two or three decades. "Rock and roll is not just for young people," says Mike. "Tonight we're not a plumber and a masseur and a guy that makes pizzas, we're a rock and roll band." And he promises that "tonight will be a night to remember." "And it was," says Mary Alice with creepy omniscience. Yes, Blue Odyssey is on fire! No, really, the nightclub is on fire, and the emergency exit is locked! The cops are calling it arson. Who made it out alive? And who... didn't? Read on to find out...
It's not what CSI: Miami's Eric and Calleigh 'shippers want to hear, but from where new cast member Megalyn Echikunwoke sits, Dr. Tara Price might end up playing spoiler to the long-simmering romance romance 'tween the two CSIs. "Sorry to break it you fans, but ...
Wanda Sykes is out and proud.
In light of the passage of Proposition 8 in California, The New Adventures of Old Christine star officially came out of the closet Saturday at a pro-gay rally, The Associated Press reports.
"You know, I don't really talk about my sexual orientation. I didn't feel like I had to," Sykes said. "I was just ...
It's easier for ER to bring people back from the dead than it is to bring people back from Seattle.
Julianna Margulies, half of County General's Doug-Carol tandem, has declined to reprise her role as Nurse Carol Hathaway on the medical drama's fifteenth and final season, The Associated Press reports.
"I feel like ...
It's Britney Spears like you have never seen her before, as the pop star turns comedienne to deliver what appears to be a dead-on impression of her cell phone-addicted pop, Jamie, in between takes of her recent video for "Womanizer" (hence her being costumed as a sexy secretary).
This candid moment comes from Britney: For the Record, a documentary airing Sunday, Nov. 30, at 10 pm/ET, exclusively on MTV.
Says Britney, "I wanted to make this film because ....
This Monday at 9 pm/ET, Chad Michael Murray's vision becomes a reality, as the episode of One Tree Hill which he wrote comes to your screen. Though the original hope to film in black-and-white did not come to be, he maintains, "It is a stunning, stunning episode."
In this video, in addition to many clips of the Tree Hill gang guys-and-dolled up, Chad details how the idea to situate the show's characters in the 1940s came to be. (His original, quickly rebuffed presentation to series creator Mark Schwahn involved ...