Standup In Stilletos, a new standup comedy-based series hosted by The Office's Kate Flannery, will premiere June 16 at 10/9c, TV Guide Network announced Wednesday.
Tabloid-staple Nadya Suleman (also known as "Octomom") has made headlines again — but at least it's not because she plans to have another child.
Celebrities aren't exactly known for their traditional parenting styles, and Alicia Silverstone is no exception.
The 35-year-old actress recently posted a video on her website of her feeding her 10-month-old son, Bear Blu, by chewing the food herself first, and then spitting it into her child's mouth.
Jeff Lewis and Jenni Pulos
Not every Interior Therapy couple survived their redesign with Jeff Lewis and his assistant Jenni Pulos.
"We had one particular episode where I knew that this one couple wasn't going to make it," Lewis told TVGuide.com. "By doing exactly what they wanted [I thought], 'They're going to realize that's not the problem,' and it did. They ended up breaking up."
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from the season finale of Alcatraz. Read at your own risk.]
Alcatraz's two-hour season finale left viewers thunderstruck after fan-favorite heroine Rebecca (Sarah Jones) met her demise at the hands of her grandfather (David Hoflin). The powers that be behind the '63s' disappearance were also revealed to be the Warden (Jonny Coyne) and a mysterious unidentified man who, TVGuide.com has learned, is actually named Mr. K (Matt Craven).
Dissecting Alcatraz's Mysteries: Finale Edition -- Did our favorite character just die?!
On top of all that, it turns out there are two factions of '63s working together. Their motives? Still mostly unknown. So what happens if Fox doesn't renew the series and we don't get the answers to the new mysteries raised? We turned to executive producer Daniel Pyne to get the scoop:
How are you guys feeling about the chances of a second season?
Daniel Pyne: I...
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Every week I ask for Private Practice news and will keep asking till I get some. Please, I'm desperate! Any CharCoop news? —Kriti
NATALIE: Erica's inevitable demise will be the first parenting challenge for Charlotte and Cooper. "Their principal concern is Mason's psychological well-being in dealing with her [death]," Paul Adelstein says. "He said goodbye to her, but she's still alive and he knows she's still alive, so as much resolution as there was, that actually causes some problems. Then they're going to have a grieving child, and they're going to be grieving themselves, so it's a big challenge for them."
It's odd, but I missed Betty in the Mad Men premiere. When will be seeing her? — Ashley
ADAM: Don't worry, Ashley, Betty is in Sunday's episode. And...
"I've waited five years for this."
Chill, Gleeks! It hasn't been that long since Glee's winter season finale -- which saw Rachel (Lea Michele) and Finn (Cory Monteith) ready to walk down the aisle and Quinn (Dianna Agron) about to get hit by a truck -- it just feels that way. (The above quote, by the way, is a line spoken by Puck. Of course.)
Glee spoiler photos: Get a first look at what's ahead!
The good news is Glee returns with eight new episodes beginning Tuesday, April 10 at 8/7c on Fox. As the seniors of New Directions inch closer to graduation (hello, senior ditch day!), the club will also welcome Blaine's older brother Cooper...