Lara Flynn Boyle
E!'s next celebrity reality series won't star a Kardashian sister or a Girl Next Door, but rather Lara Flynn Boyle.
The network has green-lit a pilot presentation of a docu-reality series about the former Practice star, Deadline reports. The as-yet-untitled series would follow Boyle as she ...
Dancing With The Stars
After coming oh-so-close to the Mirrorball trophy twice, Dancing with the Stars' Anna Trebunskaya is ready to go all the way this season with Kurt Warner. "I hope so. It's still a long way to go, but I think we can do it," she tells TVGuide.com. "Kurt's working really hard and has made a lot of strides in the past week alone." That progress was reflected last week, as the retired National Football League quarterback earned unanimous praise from the judges and improved his score two points to 21. Find out what Trebunskaya — who finished second with Jerry Rice and Evan Lysacek in Seasons 2 and 10, respectively — is working on with Warner the most for Monday's storytelling theme and get her thoughts on Bruno Tonioli's harsh critique of Michael Bolton.
Tim Roth, Lie to Me
When Lie to Me returns for its third season, Cal Lightman and his team of lie-detecting scientists will be freed from their ties to Ben Reynolds and the FBI.
But while the show's producers made that decision to allow Lightman (Tim Roth) to take on different kinds of cases, will the lack of checks and balances prove dangerous for the Lightman Group?
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"We are leaning into Lightman's general conflict with power and authority," executive producer Alexander Cary tells TVGuide.com. "In the first episode of Season 3, he goes too far. He sails extremely close to the wind...
Nene Leakes, Real Housewives of Atlanta
It's been almost a year since viewers watched The Real Housewives of Atlanta go at it. Recall that when we last saw NeNe Leakes, she and on-again-off-again friend Kim Zolciak had been fighting over an incident in which Zolciak accused Leakes of choking her. Twice.
The last several months have been even more tumultuous for Leakes, whose son was arrested and whose marriage to Greg is said to be on the rocks. Two days before the Season 3 premiere (Monday at 10/9c), Leakes was antsy about not having seen the first episode. But it's the mark of a true housewife that she wasn't nervous about which of her antics the cameras captured so much as eager to be up in everyone else's business.
"They were supposed to send the episode already. They better bring me that damn tape," she said. "I always run upstairs when I get it and pop it in because I want to see what happened, too. We don't always see what the other girls are doing. I don't get to see what's going on with Sheree's life or Kim's life when I'm not there. So yes, I want to know!"
Leakes spoke with TVGuide.com about her bizarre relationship with Zolciak, her family drama, why she no longer talks to former Housewife Lisa Wu Hartwell, and online reports that say she has a new nose.
Filming this week's episode of 90210 was hard on the boys. Michael Steger didn't sleep. Blair Redford's first reaction was a depressed sigh. Tristan Wilds said the rehearsals were crazy.
Wearing only a pair of firemen pants and suspenders, Matt Lanter lowered his voice between takes on set in Long Beach and confided, "I can't say I'm going to be upset when this day is over."
90210's Matt Lanter reveals Who will give Liam a run for Annie's love
But, oh, gentleviewers, they did it all for you. And by "all," I mean performing a striptease-esque dance on stage to the tune of Sean Kingston's "Fire Burning" for tonight's episode.
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Kanye West stole the show by departing from Saturday Night Live's usual musical guest appearances, eschewing the standard setting and using an all-white otherworldly room surrounded by dancers, which effectively made his performance look like an ambitious music video.
Typically, SNL performers are backed by the Grand Central Station-themed stage in Studio 8H. But for his first number, "Power," West went with...
David Caruso, CSI: Miami
CSI: Miami producer Barry O'Brien says he isn't worried one bit about the show's move to Sunday night.
"We're answering the call with essentially a relaunch of our entire series in every category," O'Brien tells TVGuide.com. "It's rarefied air that you breathe when you've been on the air for nine seasons. It's an amazing achievement, and we want to respond with appropriate gratitude and a sense of growth, both in terms of the characters and stylistically."
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O'Brien's energy and excitement is evident as he starts discussing storylines for this season. The CSIs will investigate a crime with a literally disappearing murder weapon. One murder will be "witnessed" by a blind bystander. But the story O'Brien is most eager to tell is that of a massive prison break, which will provide headaches for crime lab leader Horatio Caine (David Caruso), who will try to corral the fugitives all season long...