Mary Tyler Moore
Mary Tyler Moore is going under the knife to remove a benign tumor from her brain, People reports.
"At the recommendation of her neurologist, who has been monitoring this for years, and a neurosurgeon, Mary decided to proceed with this fairly routine procedure," a rep told the magazine.
Daniel Gillies, Vampire Diaries
It's hard enough to join a popular show mid-second season, but to enter the world of Vampire Diaries as a "villain" and yet become so well-liked is nearly impossible. Somehow, Daniel Gillies pulled it off.
"First of all, people absolutely love the guy who's not the good guy," Gillies tells TVGuide.com." I think the great thing we're doing is generating questions [and] not supplying answers. I think Elijah is the embodiment of the question — that's why people are so drawn to him."
NBC is turning up the volume on The Voice.
The singing competition will expand to two-hour live episodes beginning Tuesday, June 7 at 9/8c following America's Got Talent, the network announced Thursday.
Waiting sucks, but the wait for the fourth season of True Blood is almost over.
In the new trailer for Season 4, we see Sookie (Anna Paquin) and Eric (Alexander Skarsgard) spending a lot more time together wearing a lot less clothing. Fans of the warm-blooded guys don't need to worry though since there seems to be plenty of shirtless Jason (Ryan Kwanten) and Alcide (Joe Manganiello) coming up, too.
Ernie Hudson has been cast on White Collar as Isaac Jeffries, the loving childhood mentor of Mozzie (Willie Garson), TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Hudson, 65, will appear in an upcoming episode that looks back at...
The lawyer for Mel Gibson's ex-girlfriend Oksana Grigorieva revealed Thursday that Gibson's much-circulated, slur-filled rants may not be used in the ongoing child custody dispute, The Associated Press reports.
Gibson's attorney, Stephen Kolodny, previously had complained about the lack of access to Grigorieva's laptop, which he attempted to gain to learn more about the rant recordings...
Interest is growing in American Idol as crunch time approaches. Wednesday's 90-minute performance show, in which the Lady Gaga-mentored final four performed the songs of Leiber and Stoller, averaged 22.37 million viewers and notched a 6.9 rating among 18-to-49-year-olds.
That's up 5 percent from last week in the demo and 1 percent from the comparable year-earlier program (which jumped some 17 percent in viewership from 19.2 million).
Nick Cannon, Mariah Carey
The world already knew Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon had renewed their vows on their anniversary, as they have every year since marrying in 2008. This was, of course, despite her giving birth to twins Moroccan and Monroe just hours before. But in our discussion with Cannon about his upcoming Showtime comedy special, Mr. Showbiz (Saturday, May 14 at 9/8c), he revealed that it was a ceremony complete with proper attire.
"We thought we probably weren't going to be able to do it, especially since my wife gave birth on our anniversary," Cannon tells TVGuide.com. "But she's a champ, man; she's superwoman...
CSI's Ray Langston may finally have his shot to end Nate Haskell once and for all.
Finale Preview: Get scoop on 39 season-enders
Thursday's finale (9/8c, CBS) finds Langston (Laurence Fishburne) face-to-face with Haskell (Bill Irwin) inside the notorious Dick and Jane Killer's childhood home. Haskell has lured Langston there by kidnapping his ex-wife, Gloria (Tracee Ellis Ross), and Haskell hopes to prove once and for all that he and Langston are two sides of the same coin.
"Haskell and Langston are reflections of each other, at least in Haskell's mind, executive producer Carol Mendelsohn tells TVGuide.com...
Community creator Dan Harmon knew doing another paintball episode would invite criticism and inevitable comparisons to Season 1's "Modern Warfare." And that's exactly why he did it.
"It was the thing we weren't supposed to do," Harmon tells TVGuide.com. "But I followed my usual instincts, to do the thing you're really not supposed to do, and tried as hard as I can to make it work. Because, although I fail plenty, the only time I succeed is when I'm doing that. When I try to do an impression of the way other people are supposed to do things, I usually fall on my face."