VH1 eschewed the prototypical "cast announcement" blast for something a bit more unconventional Thursday — the network turned it into a live-streamed experience, unveiling next season's Basketball Wives stars, and even encouraged audiences to participate in the process.
Roger Bart, best known for his role as Desperate Housewives' ill-fated pharmacist, has landed a guest spot on CBS' CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, according to Entertainment Weekly.
Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson might be the two of the hottest names in Hollywood, but they're not commanding Angelina Jolie-like or Leonardo DiCaprio-like salaries.
Survivor host Jeff Probst and actress Lisa Ann Russell got married in a small ceremony in Los Angeles, People reports.
[WARNING: The following story contains major spoilers from Wednesday's episode of American Horror Story, "Smoldering Children." Read at your own risk.]
Um, worst boyfriend ever?
So Tate, it turns out, decided it was best for Violet not to know she had...
Highlights from this week's DVD releases:The Simpsons: Season 14
This four-disc (three-disc Blu-ray) set includes all 22 episodes, plus tons of bonus material. Commentary tracks, after being absent from previous releases, are back. Executive producers Al Jean and Mike Scully can be heard on every track, along with various writers, producers and directors. Also included are original sketches, deleted scenes, an animation showcase, and a special 300th episode featurette...
It was down to Lisa D'Amato, Allison Harvard and Angelea Preston in the America's Next Top Model All-Stars finale Wednesday night. In a poll, TVGuide.com readers chose Allison to win by a wide margin — 74 percent compared to Lisa's 14 percent and Angelea's 12 percent. Was the prediction correct? Let's see how it played out:
If Matt Lauer leaves his co-anchor seat on NBC's Today show in 2012, he could be replaced by... Ryan Seacrest.
The Today producers met with the American Idol host on Tuesday for preliminary talks about possibly succeeding Lauer, the Wall Street Journal reports. Lauer has been with Today since 1997 and has been thinking of leaving the show.
It's a close encounter of the rodent kind on Grimm.
During a special Thursday airing (10/9c on NBC) of the fairytale-laced cop drama, Nick (David Giuntoli) gets called in to investigate the grisly death of a high school music teacher. At the school they encounter Roddy, an outcast with whom Nick needs help to question.
Mark Pellegrino will give Castle and Beckett trouble... from half a century in the past!
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