Go on the red carpet with TV Guide Network for the premiere of The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3. Star Denzel Washington talks about the movie and about co-star John Travolta's struggle with the death of his son, Jett.
Watch the video after the jump.
Jon & Kate Gosselin
Though Jon and Kate Gosselin admit they've been struggling with their marriage under the media microscope, the two mark their 10th wedding anniversary Friday.
After meeting in 1997 at a picnic, Jon and Kate tied the knot in a friend's backyard in Wyomissing, Pa., on June 12, 1999. As shown on the couple's TLC show, Jon & Kate Plus 8, they ...
Kris Allen and Adam Lambert
American Idol champ Kris Allen says he is "flattered" that runner-up and former Idol roommate Adam Lambert found his good looks "distracting."
"I'm flattered," Allen told People. "And think it's hilarious."
In the same Rolling Stone interview in which he said he's gay, Lambert described his reaction to the news that he would be rooming with Allen: "I was like, 'Oh, s--t, they put me ...
Madonna can adopt a 3-year-old girl from Malawi, the country's highest court ruled Friday, overturning a lower court decision.
"As her lawyer I am happy that this has settled this contentious issue," Madonna's lawyer, Alan Chinula, told the Associated Press.
Chinula said he's making passport arrangements for the girl, Chifundo "Mercy" James, and is awaiting word on Madonna's travel plans.
A lower court rejected Madonna's ...
So You Think You Can Dance
Thursday's ratings rundown:
ABC's coverage of the NBA Finals, led by a Jimmy Kimmel special, was the night's most-watched fare, averaging 11.3 million total viewers across primetime. I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!, down 100K week-to-week, placed third behind a Bones repeat.
Fox's So You Think You Can Dance results show (8.7 million viewers) gained 6 percent week-to-week to edge out a CSI repeat and claim second. Pitted against NBA overtime on the West Coast, Burn Notice (5.2 mil) was down from its season premiere.
Episode 3 of NBC's The Listener (4.4 mil) plunged 17 percent, placing a distant third behind basketball and a Mentalist repeat. USA Network's Royal Pains matched its premiere audience of 5.6 million and became the cabler's first scripted series to grow its demos in Week 2.
Crave scoop on your favorite TV shows, from this summer or the upcoming fall season? E-mail senior editors Matt, Mickey and Tim at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, follow TV Guide on Twitter.
Brigid Brannagh, Army Wives
This week on Lifetime's Army Wives (Sunday, 10 pm/ET), Pamela makes her debut as the leader of the new Army Family Team Building support group, a lark by which she'll get some insight into guy pal Roland's increasingly troubled psyche. But what else might the tomboy wife tackle in the weeks to come? Brigid Brannagh gave us a sneak peek.
TVGuide.com: What is Pamela up to this season, besides heading up the AFTB?
Brigid Brannagh: Well, there's that, and there actually are a few professions for Pam this year, as she searches for herself. She's all over the place, which I think is kind of funny. I mean, she's going to ...
Amy Poehler is a lady who lunches — or rather, serves lunches.
The actress has signed on to star in Universal's Lunch Lady, an adaptation of Jarrett Krosoczka's upcoming children's graphic novel series, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The series revolves around a mild-mannered cafeteria server who secretly ...
Bret Michaels wants nothin' but a good explanation for the Tony Awards mishap that left him bruised and bleeding.
Michaels suffered a broken nose and a cut lip when he was clocked by a descending set piece after Poison's performance of "Nothin' But a Good Time" with the Rock of Ages cast at Sunday's ceremony. Though he's "trying to remain very positive and somewhat humorous," Michaels wrote in a lengthy statement on his website, he is troubled by Tony organizers' take of the situation and their lack of concern.
"I need to make clear at no point since the incident occurred do I feel like the accident was malicious in any way and I feel this will all work itself out. However I must state I found ...
At the age of 87, Betty White has the spirit of a college kid — specifically, a frat boy. The former Golden Girl appeared on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to promote her new movie, but rather than giving the usual sit-down interview, she and Fallon partook in an intense game of beer pong. And she scored first!
Watch the video after the jump.
Chuck's Vik Sahay with Joshua Gomez, Julia Ling and Zachary Levi
Chuck's hard-earned and well-deserved renewal did come with a small price. NBC's action-comedy now needs to be a leaner, mean kung fu-fighting machine. Will that bit of belt-tightening result in less of the Buy More crowd?
Vik Sahay, who plays Buy More employee Lester, tackles that question in his TVGuide.com video Q&A — but his outlook is far from bleak.
Other topics covered include:
• Who gave Vik the good news about Chuck's pick-up, and how did he react?
• Why does Chuck strike such an emotional chord with viewers?
• What was Vik's take on the season finale's game-changing twist?
• Will Sarah leave the Orange Orange to sell subs for Subway? And might Lester be at her side?
• And, as detailed in this TVGuide.com news story, Sahay surveys the outside chance that Chuck could return to our screens sooner than March 2010.
Watch and discuss the video after the jump.