Having pancreatic cancer has been like going through a "battle zone," Patrick Swayze said, but that hasn't stopped him from taking it easy.
In his first interview since revealing his diagnosis this past spring, Swayze shared with The New York Times his struggles with the disease as he continues production on his upcoming cop drama The Beast.
"I just love to work hard," he said, before offering a contradictory punctuation. "I'm still fine to work, I haven't changed — oh, I have changed, what am I saying? It's a ...
Had 90210 not already hit our screens this fall, the following news might have flipped your red wig.
Sources confirm for TVGuide.com that, just as the netlet did with Beverly Hills, 90210, the CW is prepping a reboot of that 1990s show's own spin-off, Melrose Place.
Details are ...
Lost, House and NCIS
Senior editors Matt Webb Mitovich and Mickey O'Connor answer your burning questions. Be sure to direct any new seekage of spoilers to email@example.com.
I have this nagging feeling that Lost from here on will focus on the Oceanic 6, at the expense of the people - my Sawyer included! - left on the island. Please tell me I'm wrong. - Lauren
Matt: I take great pleasure in telling you that you are wrong. I then laugh derisively in your general direction. Have no fear, Lauren, the left-behinders will get plenty of air time. In fact, a (probably well-tanned) setsider tells me that Elizabeth Mitchell, for one, has never had more to do and as such is busier than a one-armed paperhanger. But is she getting busy with Your Sawyer? That's the question.
After "The Kiss," can we expect a House-Cuddy romance to bloom? - Mandy
Mickey: As I learned the hard way one hot summer night in July 1987, a kiss does not necessarily equal a relationship. Then ask yourself ...
KaDee Strickland, Private Practice
To put it simply, Private Practice's KaDee Strickland never saw it coming. Yet here her stern Charlotte is, falling into something ever-so-slightly resembling (gulp) love with Paul Adelstein's Cooper. What's beneath the good doc's steely exterior? (Other than naughty lingerie, if that?) Strickland shared a peek at Charlotte's inner demons, then teases an emotional medical story to come. (ABC's Private Practice airs Wednesdays at 9 pm/ET/)
TVGuide.com: First things first: Can you set the record straight on the Private Practice publicity stills? You're standing in front a wall of rocks, right? And not a wall of potatoes?
KaDee Strickland: That is true. [Laughs] But that's hilarious, it does look like a bunch of potatoes. You're not a liar.
TVGuide.com: It never dawned on me until we ran Chris Lowell's photo the other day and one of our readers pointed it out. "Why is he standing in front of potatoes?"
Strickland: Because we're in hard times over there at Oceanside Wellness.... It was actually pretty beautiful, the set-up. Our pictures came out great, but I want you to know that you just ruined it for me ...
Was Tuesday's Dancing with the Stars results show Drunk Nana's last stand? Or did she sneak by on her overwhelmingly charming pluck and general 82-year-old-ness? Will Cody survive eliminations without the heavenly Julianne at his side? Will Michael Flatley really be dancing in fire? Read on to see how it all went down -- and what Dancing pro Louis van Amstel thought too...
Britney Spears may be making a strong comeback — most recently evident with her skin-baring video for "Womanizer" — but the pop star isn't exposing herself to the risks of full independence just yet.
A Los Angeles court ruled Tuesday that her father, Jamie, has been named permanent co-conservator of her estate with attorney Andrew Wallet. The two were tasked with taking charge of Spears' affairs when she was first hospitalized last winter.
"The court finds the proposed permanent conservatorship is necessary and appropriate," Los Angeles Superior Court Commissioner Reva Goetz, who has been presiding over the case in recent months, said at the hearing.
Notably, Spears was in favor of the renewal of the conservatorship, which might indicate a growing desire to take care of herself since her darker days.
Now that Zac Efron's latest High School Musical song-and-dance opened with a $42 million weekend, Paramount Pictures is hoping to "kick off its Sunday shoes" a little faster than expected.
According to Variety, Paramount would like to get its remake of Footloose, which reteams Efron with HSM director Kenny Ortega, into production by spring 2009. Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist director Peter Sollett has been brought on to rewrite the script, and Craig Zadan and Neil Meron have been added as producers.
Efron is reportedly close to locking in his deal, which features ...
Brotherhood star Annabeth Gish has formed a brotherhood of her own following the birth of her second son over the weekend.
Enzo Edward Allen arrived ...
James Spader, Candice Bergen and Cheri Oteri, Boston Legal
File this one under "Things That Made Matt Curious, So He Asked Around."
As revealed in ABC's November sweeps overview, the Nov. 17 episode of Boston Legal will guest-star SNL alumna Cheri Oteri (which we knew, from this TVGuide.com exclusive) as a woman who claims she was fired from her job because, among other reasons, she voted for John McCain in the presidential election.
Prime-time dramas typically film at least a month ahead of their air date — look to the left, and ABC even has episodic photos from the episode at hand — so this "timely" storyline begged the question: Would Boston Legal attempt to tell an election-centric story without once mentioning who actually was voted President of the United States more than two weeks earlier?
Get the answer, after the jump.
She may have bailed on Project Runway, but multi-hyphenate Jennifer Lopez is poised to add some new TV credits to her ever-growing resume.
Along with her company Nuyorican Prods, the former Fly Girl has inked a ...