John Corbett made his Parenthood debut as Amber and Drew's dad, Seth, Tuesday. Although he wasn't exactly welcomed back with open arms by his ex, Sarah (Lauren Graham), his introduction served as a strong first step in what is sure to be a rocky, but riveting, story line.
Sarah has always been a focal point of the NBC drama — her move back to Berkeley to live with her parents kicked off the series, after all — but her story lines have always focused much more heavily on her love life than anything else. While Adam and Kristina were reeling from their son's Asperger's diagnosis, Julia struggled to balance her professional and personal lives and Crosby came to terms with his son, Sarah's family issues (and there are plenty of them!) have always taken a back seat to...
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I'm so worked up about this Bones proposal. Please tell me who Booth is going to ask to marry him! — Lisa
ADAM: Where's the fun in that? Executive producer Stephen Nathan summed up the episode in three words: Big. Game. Changer. "We've existed this whole year with Booth and Brennan accepting, admitting and also denying their feelings for each another and with Booth in a very serious relationship with another woman — much to the dismay of a lot of fans," Nathan says with a laugh. "I think the episode will be a satisfying conclusion to this story line and also a great start for the next development that happens in the show emotionally. It will be very difficult and very painful, and David [Boreanaz] really brings that home."
Any chance that Sookie and Alcide will get together this season on True Blood? — Danielle
NATALIE: "Timing is everything and the timing between those two could not have been worse, so we'll see where the time goes in Season 4," Joe Manganiello says. But factor this in: We're hearing that Alcide's loyalties might be...
According to Allison Janney, it only took one line of dialogue to convince her to return to series television after a four-year absence.
"'Have you seen a small white pill with some Spanish written on it?'" she said, quoting her Mr. Sunshine character. "I read the first line that Crystal said and I knew I was going to play it."
After playing White House press secretary (and later Chief of Staff) C.J. Cregg on The West Wing for six seasons, the 51-year-old actress says she was looking for a role as far from the morally upright C.J. as possible. Crystal is the pill-popping, narcissistic owner of an arena and the boss of Ben (Matthew Perry), who seems to be going through something of a...
Lindsay Lohan is due in court Wednesday afternoon, where the Los Angeles District Attorney's office plans to file a felony count of grand theft against the Mean Girls actress, a D.A. spokesperson tells TVGuide.com.
The charge springs from an allegation that Lohan, 24, stole a $2,500 necklace from a Venice, Calif., store on Jan. 22, nearly three weeks after she was released from court-ordered rehab, stemming from a 2007 DUI case.
Lindsay Lohan's attorney says actress didn't steal necklace
"We vehemently deny these allegations and...
Chris Harrison knows viewers dislike Michelle, but he feels people have to give Brad time to figure it out. In the weekly TVGuide.com chat with The Bachelor host, he explains how Michelle uses her looks to get her way, why he was surprised Chantal dropped the L-bomb so early on and if Brad will be in a better mood next week.
Please explain why Michelle is still around.
Chris Harrison: People need to understand this was really the first week where Michelle started to annoy him. For the viewer, this has been happening since Week 1, but all he's seen is the sexy woman who always challenges him and then makes out with him. And she's hot. Let's face it...
Lights Out star Holt McCallany takes playing a former heavyweight boxing champion seriously.
"I've been around the sport a lot and I've been around those guys, and it's a lot of responsibility to play the heavyweight champion of the world," McCallany tells TVGuide.com. "You have to walk out in front of the cameras, in front of basically millions of people, and they have to believe you."