Matt Bomer and Piper Perabo
He's the bad boy, she's by the book. But when you put two of cable's sexiest stars together for a photo shoot, a funny thing happens. After shaking off the sand and scrubbing off their sun-kissed makeup, Matt Bomer, who plays White Collar's swoonworthy con man Neal Caffrey, and Piper Perabo, the Golden Globe-nominated knockout behind Covert Affairs' CIA rookie Annie Walker, chill out at a café on New York's Chelsea Piers. When not dropping hints about their season premieres this week — Collar returns with our beloved Neal-Peter bromance on the rocks, and Affairs finds Annie protecting a CIA ally just as strong-willed as she is — the two laugh it up about love interests, filming on location and their perfect idea for a crossover episode. Hot and hilarious? Talk about an explosive combo...
Jon Cryer and Charlie Sheen
CBS has not opted to submit Two and a Half Men to compete for the Outstanding Comedy Series trophy at the next Primetime Emmy Awards ceremony, Deadline.com reports...
Hugh Laurie, Teri Hatcher
Summer TV is here, promising several weeks of reality programming and light-and-airy cable dramas.
Fall TV lineup: What's on when and against what?
But the summer months also offer a period of reflection, both about the TV season that's just ended and the shiny new slate that lies ahead in the fall. The new crop of shows will no doubt compete with long-time favorites for coveted DVR space, so we want to know: What TV shows are you giving up on next season?
Sean Kingston has been moved from the trauma unit to intensive care after crashing his Jet Ski Sunday evening in Florida, People.com reports. According to a rep from the "Beautiful Girls" singer's record label, he is stabilized, as of Monday morning...
The Game becomes one of choosing between effective foreshadowing.
Spoiler alert: If you haven't watched the seventh episode, "You Win or You Die," yet, it's best that you turn back now.
Rachel and Chris Powell
ABC is back in the weight-loss reality show game, only this time taking competition out of the equation. In the network's new series Extreme Makeover: Weight Loss Edition, trainer Chris Powell works with a different morbidly obese participant in each episode, which spans a year of their transformation. Monday's debut follows 21-year-old Rachel, who not only struggles with her weight, but with gaining her family's support in her new lifestyle. She spoke with TVGuide.com about her emotional journey and updates us on how she's doing today.