ABC has snatched up two more names for its upcoming child-rearing comedy In the Motherhood.
Saturday Night Live alum Horatio Sanz and Jessica St. Clair (Worst Week) will join the single-camera show, a redo of the popular online series of the same name chronicling the ups and downs of motherhood, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The series will star Megan Mullally and Cheryl Hines acting out real-life stories submitted by mothers. Sanz will play ...
Tyra Banks is working on a monopoly of the CW.
The media mogul will move her daytime chatfest, The Tyra Banks Show, to the network in September. The CW is already home to America's Next Top Model, which wrapped its 11th cycle last week.
"I'm thrilled to ...
Ten months after the death of ex-fiancé Heath Ledger, Michelle Williams says time has only worsened her grief.
"It's so sad," Williams told Newsweek of Ledger's accidental overdose, adding that her pain is "always changing."
"What else can I say? I just wake up each day in a ...
It's hard to find a more hapless guy on TV than Worst Week's (Mondays 9:30 pm/ET, CBS) Sam Briggs these days. In eight episodes, the fortune's fool has crashed into his own wedding cake, smeared a dirty diaper on his future mother-in-law's wedding dress, mistook his fiancée's black brother for a burglar and was caught red-handed in hot pink panties — all in the name of love. It all leads up to this week's wedding, where, naturally, more disaster awaits our blunder-full protagonist. Newbie Kyle Bornheimer — who knows a thing or two about uncomfortable situations from his classic T-Mobile commercials (Watch one here) — took a gag breather to chat with TVGuide.com about his "awkward" TV nuptials, his favorite stunt so far and why spaz-tastic Sam is like a baby.
TVGuide.com: This week's the wedding. I'm curious, but also scared. What's gonna happen?
Kyle Bornheimer: Well, we don't want Sam to ...
David Spade, Nicollette Sheridan
Is this love or desperation?
Three months after calling it quits with crooning fiancé Michael Bolton, Nicollette Sheridan is turning her attention to David Spade.
The two got hot and heavy over the weekend at ...
Yvonne Strahovski, Tricia Helfer
It'll be geek-meets-geek nirvana when Chuck starts answering to Battlestar Galactica's Tricia Helfer. The blonde beauty has been booked for a guest-star gig as the walking Intersect's new handler, sources confirm for TVGuide.com.
Alicia Keys may have led the way with five American Music Awards nominations, but it was Chris Brown who stole the show Sunday night.
The singer scooped up three trophies, including male soul/R&B artists, male pop/rock artist and the big kahuna, artist of the year.
Keys converted album nods in ...
Masi Oka, Heroes
TV Guide's Senior Critic Matt Roush takes your TV questions. Have a rant, rave or burning question about your favorite show you'd like addressed? E-mail him here!
Question: Would you say Heroes decline in viewership is similar to the decline that Lost suffered after its first season? Lost originally had huge numbers when it debuted, but steadily declined because casual fans found the show "too mysterious" and that there were "too many questions and not enough answers." Would it be safe to say the mainstream, sci-fi shows that are aired on major networks may all suffer from this fate in some form or another? I know a lot of people blame Heroes' decline on poor writing (I don't watch the show so I can't say for myself) as opposed to the impatience some viewers experienced with Lost, but both shows seem to have a very solid fan base who will watch no matter what. Do you see NBC doing what it can to save Heroes the way ABC did with Lost? — Sarah S.
Matt Roush: I see quite a few similarities here, in part because I never expected either show to do as well as they did in their first seasons ...
See the rest of Matt's answer and questions on My Own Worst Enemy, The Shield, Worst Week, Monk, Friday Night Lights and more after the jump.
Vik Sahay with Zachary Levi, Chuck
On NBC's Chuck (Mondays at 8 pm/ET), the land of "BuyMoria" is inhabited by several colorful denizens, creatures of all manner of maturity, intelligence and resolve. Vik Sahay — who, interestingly, originally went after the role of Chuck's BFF, Morgan — shares with us here a peek inside Lester's world. Plus: What's this about a "very special" Thanksgiving episode of the action-comedy?!
TVGuide.com: What's it like working there at the Buy More set?
Vik Sahay: Honestly, to me, the fact that somebody built and put that thing together is pretty amazing. But the best part is that I get to ...