As if their recent all-3-D episode wasn't exciting enough, Chuck creators Josh Schwartz and Chris Fedak hinted at big twists in the show's finale and next season.
Schwartz said the end of the season would be "game changing" for Chuck and his crew.
Rihanna and Chris Brown
Chris Brown surrendered to police in a felony battery investigation, skipping his performance at the Grammy Awards on Sunday night, according to People.
"He turned himself in around 7 p.m. to one of our stations and is being interviewed by detectives now," LAPD Officer Karen Smith told the magazine. He was booked into the jail and was later released after posting $50,000 bail. Brown is due in court March 5.
Grammy officials earlier announced that Brown and his girlfriend, Rihanna, abruptly canceled their performances at the music awards show. What happened? Read on to find out...
Is there a third Winchester sibling among us? It certainly would seem so, and Jake Abel (Threshold) is playing him, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Abel has been cast on the CW's Supernatural as Adam Milligan, an 18-year-old whom Sam and Dean meet in an episode titled "Jump the Shark" and airing April 23.
Adam, viewers will learn, is the by-product of a little somethin'-somethin' that big daddy John enjoyed during ...
James Whitmore, an award-winning actor in film, television and on the stage, died on Friday of lung cancer, his son Steve tells the Associated Press. He was 87.
The character actor's colorful career included numerous one-man stage shows, such films as Black Like Me and The Shawshank Redemption, and TV's The Practice (for which he won a guest-star Emmy).
Among other accolades, Whitmore earned ...
Elle Macpherson, Andre Agassi
ABC will announce the cast of the new season of Dancing with the Stars on Sunday during its prime-time lineup. But we can't wait! In the meantime, read our celebrity picks to pound the parquet this season, and tell us who you'd like to see in a ruffled tuxedo or a bejeweled bra and hot pants. (Dancing premieres on Monday, March 9 at 8 pm/ET.) Read on to see our picks, and then make your own!
Luke Grimes, Brothers & Sisters
Brothers & Sisters' Walker family is expansive, with the siblings, their significant others and more bringing drama, comedy and intrigue to the fore each week. On Sunday (ABC, 10 pm/ET), a new Walker sibling will add a twist to the mix, arriving after his existence was discovered earlier this season. A product of an affair, Luke Grimes' (All the Boys Love Mandy Lane) edgy Ryan Lafferty lost his mother, and now faces fresh loss when he learns the truth about his past. TVGuide.com sat down with Grimes ahead of his appearance to find out what's behind the new sib's brooding demeanor, how the family reacts to his arrival and what he thinks of fans' mixed reactions to his casting.
Aaron Tveit and Holley Fain
Remember when Nate was poor and huddling under a tartan sleeping bag trying to keep warm in the basement of his family's seized Upper East Side townhouse on Gossip Girl? Well, don't worry, he isn't poor anymore because... well, something happened, I'm a little unclear actually. Read on to see who will accompany Nate's new gravy train...
Digital TV Transition
Congress may have voted to delay the digital TV transition until June 12, but that doesn't mean that some broadcasters can't turn off their analog signal on Feb. 17, as originally planned.
Don't worry — if your local broadcaster is planning on pulling the plug before the summer, you will know about it, according to the Federal Communications Commission. On Thursday, the FCC issued a public notice that set some ground rules for those who want to switch to a digital-only signal.
"Broadcasters that want to discontinue ...
Jennifer Hudson, Kanye West
No one remembers who wins at the Grammy Awards — besides the people who win and lose — unless the awards are hilariously wrong, like they often are. (Did you know this year's ceremony marks the 20th anniversary of Jethro Tull beating Metallica in the metal category? When Metallica was at its peak?)
What people do remember are incredible performances, like Prince and Beyonce's in 2004, and Kanye West's last year. Here's a list of some of this year's major performers. (Click here for a full list of nominees, watch the awards at 8 pm/ET Sunday on CBS, and follow us on Twitter.)