Things aren't looking so hot on the Lipstick Jungle front.
Star Lindsay Price has been cast as one of the three witches in ABC's new drama pilot based on the 1987 feature The Witches of Eastwick and the John Updike novel of the same name, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Eastwick follows three young women as they come into their powers. Price has been cast to play ...
Malcolm David Kelley
Lost fans really haven't spent much time with Walt in recent seasons, save for a hand-wave from an apartment window and a haunting visit to Locke's would-be grave. But this Wednesday, Michael's son will get a bit more screen time as "The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham" details Locke's odyssey from donkey wheel to casket. Malcolm David Kelley — who as Walt was one of Lost's original cast members — shared a glimpse at his character's latest appearance. See what he was able to reveal, after the jump.
"We will rebuild, we will recover and the United States of America will emerge stronger than before," said President Barack Obama in his first address to a joint session of Congress on Tuesday night.
Appropriately, the newly elected commander in chief sounded a message of hope amidst serious discussion of weathering the country's economic crisis, what he called "our day of reckoning." The president's nearly hour-long speech featured special shout-outs for the development of alternative-energy sources, affordable healthcare and new job opportunities. He encouraged stricter regulatory oversight in the financial sector and promised to support the nation's troops, while reaffirming his desire to "end the war responsibly."
Weigh in on the address, after the jump.
George Eads (CSI), Adrian Pasdar (Heroes) and Ed Westwick (Gossip Girl)
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Charisma Carpenter on CSI? That is all I need to hear! — Tony
MATT: Really? That's all? Because I was about to supplement my exclusive casting scoop by mentioning a "panty party" that takes place during Charisma's April visit, as Stokes investigates her character, Mink. But I guess you can just skim over that trivial tidbit. Sorry to bother, Tony!
Even if Heroes' ratings are lower than its first season, they're still higher than other TV shows that will be or are already renewed. If they are stable, is it enough to grant the show a renewal? — Nicolas
TIM: Like we said last week, there's no time travel in the latest Heroes volume, "Fugitives" — so we can't ...
Lou Diamond Phillips, Alaina Huffman
The ship is fast filling up on Sci Fi Channel's Stargate Universe, with Lou Diamond Phillips (Numbers, La Bamba) and Alaina Huffman (Smallville's Black Canary, Painkiller Jane) being the latest additions to the crew, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Get details on their roles — and two other new castings — after the jump.
Break out the frozen bananas! The final piece to the Arrested Development puzzle has been put into place.
Michael Cera has reportedly agreed to sign on to the film project after being the only cast holdout for several weeks, according to attorney Bob Loblaw (just kidding! E! Online told us). The rest of the cast ...
Hilary Duff and Mike Comrie
During a guest appearance on the Rachael Ray Show, Duff told the talk show host that she defends her New York Islander boyfriend against the "intense fans" — and even threatens to throw down.
"I like to sit in the audience, you know I don't sit up in a box or anything, and people started to know that I'm sitting there, and they'll be like 'Mike sucks!' Or [they] try to rile me up," Duff said. "And I'm like, 'Hey, watch it! I'll come up there, you know ...
Eminem is going up against the mother of all music companies — Universal Music Group — over digital royalties in the first legal test for the issue that is a major concern for artists.
The rapper's two-year-old lawsuit in U.S. District Court for the Central District of California went to trial Tuesday and could affect a bevy of musical artists and digital downloads over iTunes ...
It would have been impossible to predict back in the year 2000, but Andy Richter and Conan O'Brien are reuniting for good.
Richter, O'Brien's Late Night sidekick from the show's 1993 premiere until 2000, will become the announcer of The Tonight Show when O'Brien takes over for Jay Leno on June 1.