Tamara Taylor with David Boreanaz
You could say that Camille's old flame isn't half the man he used to be. Literally. That grim image sets the stage for this week's (non-preempted!) episode of Fox's Bones, airing Thursday at 8 pm/ET. Tamara Taylor, who plays Cam, gave us a peek (through the fingers) at what's to come. Plus: What's the deal with this season's far-out pre-finale episode?
Find out, after the jump!
Namaste, y'all! Wednesday's episode of Lost was about truth-telling. It was bound to happen. One of the Oceanic 6 had to crack. But who knew it would be truth-challenged Kate? In 1977, she is motivated by her newfound maternal instincts to save the life of a child, even if that child grows up to be Benjamin Linus. Circa-2006, Kate visits Cassidy, Sawyer's con-woman former girlfriend, to honor his pre-helicopter-jump wishes. And in 2007, we learn what happened to Aaron, and why Kate decided to return to the island.
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
Two things lured Academy Award winner William Friedkin into directing the 200th episode of CSI: an enduring friendship with William Petersen, and a fascination with all things underground. Friedkin and Petersen worked together in the former CSI star's breakthrough film, To Live and Die in L.A., which Friedkin wrote and directed. The two Chicago-area natives also teamed on a Showtime adaptation of Twelve Angry Men and the December 2007 CSI episode "Cockroaches," which aired about a year before Petersen left the show.
The two unions for Hollywood actors now have a tentative contract in place covering their members' work in commercials.
The previously anticipated, three-year agreement calls for a 5 percent increase in wages and about $21 million in additional contributions to union health and pension plans, the Los Angeles Times reported.
ER is pulling out all the stops for its two-hour series finale Thursday (9 pm/ET, NBC), including recruiting a few familiar faces from television — not just ER — past. Taxi alum Marilu Henner will drop by County General after clashing with a certain member of her family. The actress, who is also guesting on Starz's Party Down and ABC Family's Roommates, previews her scarring turn with TVGuide.com and shares how she indirectly shaped the iconic ER cast.
Michael Kors, Heidi Klum, Nina Garcia, Tim Gunn
Peace has been declared on the Project Runway front.
The sixth season of Project Runway (that has been sitting on the shelf since Fashion Week) will debut on Lifetime in the upcoming months alongside a new companion series called ...
Former American Idol contestant LaKisha Jones is pregnant, People reports.
The singer is due in August and the baby will be the first child for her and ...
Radzinsky may seem like the newest addition to the Lost family, but true fans will remember him from Season 2, when the mysterious Dharma employee made a cameo — as a blood stain on the ceiling of the Swan station, where he drew a map of the island's hatches on an emergency blast door before committing suicide. Casting directors went to great lengths to keep hush-hush the fact that they were finally putting a face to the name.
TV Guide Network caught up with Eric Lange Eric Lange, the actor who plays Radzinsky, to find out which character producers told him he was auditioning for, what it's like playing the brains behind The Swan station and why his alter ego isn't a Sayid fan.
Watch the interview after the jump.
Kim Zimmer and Robert Newman
Capping years of speculation about Guiding Light's livelihood and amid new rumors of its imminent cancellation, CBS has announced a Sept. 18, 2009, end date for the long-running serial.
Come that fateful Friday, GL will have spanned 72 years and delivered more than 15,700 episodes on television and radio.
What might replace the Light? And which sudser is next in line to be worried about? Make the jump for the full story.
Botox is the go-to fountain of youth for many aging Hollywood beauties, including the ladies of Wisteria Lane, Stevie Nicks believes. The singer went under the needle once, and that experience, coupled with seeing the faces of the cast of Desperate Housewives, led her to vow to never to do it again.
"Botox is becoming the new face of beauty and it's unfortunate because it makes everybody look like Satan's children," Nicks tells Women's Wear Daily. "Everybody has pointed eyebrows. Everybody looks ...