Wednesday's episode of Big Brother 13 offered another hour of insanity, and no, I'm not talking about the "shocking" reveal we've known about for a week. Yes, Evel Dick is out of the game, and while that surprise did send shockwaves through the house, tonight's winner of craziest gameplay is none other than our horny church deacon Keith. (Although the temper tantrum thrown by every member of the veterans' team but Jeff was a close second). Oh, yeah, and there was a veto competition and ceremony. So, who won? Did the nominations change? And more importantly, will there even be an evicition? Let's find out...
Joanne Smith-Baldwin and Daniel Baldwin
Daniel Baldwin filed for divorce from his wife of four years because he claims she threatened to kill him, TMZ reports.
In a declaration filed Wednesday, Baldwin claims his wife came into the bedroom and said she had watched a...
In his first TV role since leaving House for the White House, Kal Penn has signed on for a recurring role on How I Met Your Mother, a show rep confirms.
Penn, 34, will play a new love interest for...
The Glee Project
Lindsay and Cameron are two of the more prominent contestants on Oxygen's The Glee Project, a show which promises a seven-episode arc on Glee to the winner. Lindsay has quickly painted herself as the resident reality villain who loves herself too much and Cameron is an "adorable nerd"/aspiring hipster from Texas.
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In Sunday's new episode (at 9/8c on Oxygen), they'll sing "Baby It's Cold Outside" — performed last season by Chris Colfer and Darren Criss — as part of duets week. No doubt Lindsay and Cameron can both carry a tune. While Cameron has proven himself an inept dancer, choreographer Zach Woodlee seems to dig it. The thing is it's hard to picture either of them on Glee.
TV development executive Jennifer Salke, a driving force behind hit series like Glee and Modern Family, has been named the new President of NBC Entertainment, Chairman Robert Greenblatt announced Wednesday.
"There is no one in the television business more perfect for this job than Jennifer Salke," Greenblatt said in a statement. "I've known and worked with her for many years and have...
MTV has renewed Teen Wolf for a second season, the network announced Wednesday. The hourlong drama will return with 12 new episodes in 2012.
"We're incredibly proud of this show. Executive producer Jeff Davis has brought an exciting, cinematic story to life with a...
As FX's firefighter drama Rescue Me begins its final season Wednesday (10/9c), it must contend with the question that has loomed over the series like a black cloud of smoke since Episode 1: Will there come a day when reckless hero Tommy Gavin won't come out of a burning building alive?
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Of course, fire isn't his only vice. Although Tommy (Denis Leary) survived the rescue effort on 9/11, his battle with alcohol and his revolving door of women have put him a number of situations that were just as life-threatening as running into the World Trade Center. So, after six years of ghosts, sex and gallons of booze, is there any chance Tommy escapes the series with a pulse?
"Obviously, you want to make sure it's a satisfying end of the journey for the viewers," co-creator and executive producer Peter Tolan tells TVGuide.com...