On Monday night's finale of The Bachelorette (8/7 CT) cute and kooky Canadian Jillian Harris must choose between her final suitors, Ed Swiderski and Kiptyn Locke (or perhaps the recently rejected Reid Rosenthal, who appears in finale promos). Given the series' terrible track record, who do you think Jillian should end up with? (Vote in poll below.)
But before Jillian hands out that final rose, let's look back — at both The Bachelor and The Bachelorette — to see where all the contestants are now...
A New Jersey man has been arrested in connection with a car accident that killed former American Idol contestant Alexis Cohen.
Cohen, 25, died from head, chest and abdominal injuries after being struck by a car early Saturday morning in Seaside Heights, N.J., Deputy Chief Michael Mohel of the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office told TVGuide.com. Her body was found on a street approximately 350 yards from where she parked her car, he said. She was pronounced dead at 6:30 am, at the Community Medical Center in Toms River, N.J.
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HBO offers the most and best depictions of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people, according to a report by the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation.
In GLAAD's third annual Network Responsibility Index, which evaluated the five major networks and 10 cable outlets, HBO — the home to True Blood, Entourage and No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency — scored the highest rating and a grade of "Good," with 42 percent of its programming featuring LGBT content. Showtime placed second.
"This year programming was not only inclusive of LGBT people, but networks like HBO are beginning to reflect the broad diversity within our community," Rashad Robinson, GLAAD's senior director of media programs, said in a statement.
In all, GLAAD evaluated 4,901 hours of prime-time broadcast programming and 1,213 hours from cable, from June 2008 through May 2009.
Also ranking "Good" was ABC ...
Smallville's Tom Welling didn't make his Comic-Con debut donning his super new wardrobe as some had expected, but fans did get a glimpse of a certain superhero's costume during the show's Season 9 trailer.
Clark Kent will suit up and take a huge step toward his destiny on the CW series, as evidenced by a fleeting, shadowy image capping the video sneak peek.
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Another familiar aspect of the Superman myth this season? The dynamic between Lois Lane and ...
While Jeffster rocked the Con, Zachary Levi rocked a beard.
The Chuck panel at the San Diego Comic-Con was literally music to fans' ears.
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Following a video clip in which show bosses Josh Schwartz and Chris Fedak and star Zachary Levi pretended to be blindsided by Chuck's renewal, Jeffster — aka the micro-band formed by Buy More buds Jeff and Lester — ignited the event with a most unexpected and thoroughly rousing live performance of ...
True Blood creator Alan Ball and many members of the cast were on hand at the San Diego Comic-Con for a screening of the trailer for the remainder of the HBO series' fangtastic second season.
The footage features Maryann wreaking havoc in full-on, bull-headed maenad attire, Jason Stackhouse finally realizing that the Fellowship of the Sun might not be the place for him, and the first look at Evan Rachel Wood as Vampire Queen, Sophie-Anne. (Watch the full trailer below).
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What a difference a couple of years have made for Iron Man.
"Nobody cared about Iron Man until we came here," director Jon Favreau told a packed house at the San Diego Comic-Con Saturday, reacting to a rowdy welcome much different than the one the first Iron Man film received two years ago. Favreau rewarded the more than 6,000 fans by showing five minutes of footage from next summer's sure-to-be-blockbuster smash.
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Lost executive producers Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof teased fans at the San Diego Comic-Con with what they said was the script from the series' very final scene. But as with much about Lost, all was not as it seemed.
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More on that later.
If there is a theme to Lost's sixth and final season, it might be "things coming full circle."
"[In the first season, the characters] were running around the jungle, things felt intense and surprising," the Hollywood Reporter quotes Cuse as saying. "We have a way that we're going to be able to do that in the final season, too."
Octo-Mom Nadya Suleman has inked deals for each of her 14 children to appear on a reality TV series.
Contracts signed and filed in Los Angeles Superior Court on Friday net the collective brood about $250,000 over three years — or $250-a-day per kid, says The Associated Press.
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The contracts, which now require a judge's approval, call for the kids to collect $125,000 for 36 days of shooting in the first year, $75,000 for 21 days in the second year, and $50,000 for 14 days in the third year.
If the workload seems a bit "light"...