Joe Jackson and Katherine Jackson
Katherine and Joe Jackson said Monday that "justice has finally been served" following the guilty verdict of Dr. Conrad Murray in the death of their son, Michael Jackson.
"We have been waiting for this moment for a very long time and we couldn't hold back tears of joy in the courtroom. Even though nothing can bring back our son, justice has finally been served," the Jacksons said in a statement to TMZ. "We can't wait to go home and...
The SpongeBob SquarePants gang is setting out on an adventure and will be documenting their vacation via Twitter, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
During Runaway Road Trip week, SpongeBob and the Bikini Bottom crew will tweet photo postcards, interact with one another and share commentary on their friends' photos. Fans can follow the characters via each of their pages linked here: SpongeBob, Mr. Krabs, Plankton, Squidward, Patrick, Karen, Sandy, Pearl Krabs, Claire SquarePants and Harold SquarePants.
Spartacus will be back for a third season, Starz announced Monday.
"There is no denying the impact Spartacus has had in the marketplace with fans across the globe thirsting for the continuation of the epic tale," said Carmi Zlotnick, an executive with the premium cable outlet.
A jury found Dr. Conrad Murray, the doctor accused in Michael Jackson's death, guilty of involuntary manslaughter on Monday.
A few loud screams were heard as the decision was announced. The unanimous decision followed 10 hours of deliberation by the jury (seven and a half hours on Friday and two and a half hours on Monday). Cutaway shots by cable news channels of the crowd outside the courthouse showed a pleased crowd.
Murray faces up to four years in prison.
Conrad Murray case finishes closing arguments, goes to jury
Members of the Jackson family, including...
The No. 1 rule of The Amazing Race is to always read your clue — except Jennifer Young didn't have it on her. But instead of biking back to the start of the fish-delivering Roadblock, she chose to wait it out in the Malawian village, sealing her and brother Justin's fate. "I thought I had seen other teams in the same village, so I thought that we're all delivering to the same place and I'll wait for somebody. Yeah, no!" she tells TVGuide.com. "I found out later they were delivering to different places and there was another entrance to this village, so my plan did not work. ... After a while, I figured out that they must've already delivered or they went somewhere else to deliver, so I gotta get out of here." Find out how long she stood in the village — and how Justin and his fellow Racers did in the New York City Marathon.
Andrew Lincoln, Sarah Wayne Callies
[Spoiler Warning: This story contains details from both Sunday's episode of The Walking Dead and the comics the AMC series is based on.]
As if Lori's life in the zombie-infested world of The Walking Dead wasn't already tumultuous, she got some surprising news that will change the dynamic of the survivors.
It's not happily ever after just yet.
Once Upon a Time, a consistent if not blockbuster performer for ABC, was down slightly for a second week in a row, to 11.37 million (compared with 11.64 million in Week 2 and 12.79 million for its debut) and a 3.7 demo rating. Amazing Race lured 9.98 million (2.6 demo rating, a season low).
Ebert Presents: At the Movies may go off the air at the end of the season, Roger Ebert writes on his blog.
Since the show's January debut, it has been financed solely by a $25,000 backing from Kanbar Charitable Trust. The rest has come from Ebert and his wife Chaz, who are both executive producers on the show.
"We can't afford to support it any longer," Ebert writes. "That's what it comes down to."