Cheers to The Closer for letting Kyle Secor cross over to the wrong side of the law.
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The seemingly ageless actor spent six seasons interrogating suspects in "the box" on NBC's Homicide: Life on the Street. But this time he took the heat on TNT's hit crime drama as an airline pilot grilled by Kyra Sedgwick's Deputy Chief Brenda Johnson about his involvement with drugs, murder and flight attendants—not necessarily in that order...
Lady Gaga has topped the MTV Video Music Award nominations with 13 nods — the most ever received by an artist in a single year.
"I'm so honored for all the little monsters and self-professed freaks of the universe, to have more VMA nominations in a single year than any artist in MTV history," Gaga told People. "Ironically, I'm even more proud it's an unlucky number: 13."
Gaga's "Bad Romance" video is nominated in ...
The third season of Fringe will be like watching two shows at once. Every other week will take place in our universe, and the episodes in between in the alternate universe where Olivia is now stuck. "This is a great experiment—it's like two Fringes," says John Noble, who next season will play both Walter and Walternate...
Hugh Laurie and Lisa Edelstein
By now we're all familiar with that photo of House and Cuddy (Hugh Laurie and Lisa Edelstein) cozying it up on the beach, taken earlier this summer, but House creator and executive producer David Shore says we shouldn't read too much into the image. "That picture was so deceptive. It's not going to be lovey-dovey, happily ever after...
Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz
Bones executive producer Stephen Nathan, whose wife is obsessed with Bravo's Real Housewives of New Jersey, tells me Bones has ordered up an episode that sends Booth and Brennan to the Jersey Shore—complete with characters straight out of the current crop of Jersey reality shows. Says Nathan, "Jersey is a pretty big phenomenon at the moment, so we were curious what it would be like if we murdered someone down there." Snooki and Danielle Staub, call your agents. Sounds like there could be a part for you...
No news wasn't good news for the press gathered at Fox's TCA day on Monday, with everyone hoping in vain for some definitive word on who'll be judging (or not) on American Idol next season. No deals, so no deal, said the side-stepping Fox execs.
Who needs judges? Let us be the judge—of Fox's new fall programming, which is the main reason summer TCA exists, after all. The good news: Fox is launching only three new shows, and one is my favorite new drama of the season and one my favorite new comedy...
The stars of NBC and USA kept TV Guide Magazine's photo booth popping at the annual Television Critics Association press tour as ...