The TV season is in full swing, and new shows like Hawaii Five-0 and Nikita have really connected with audiences. But have any of your favorite returning shows Jumped the Shark?
Maybe Glee's relentless, preachy theme episodes are starting to get on your nerves? Is Modern Family feeling a little repetitive? Do House and Cuddy together gross you out? Did the Mad Men proposal catch you off guard? Do you wish that ...
True Blood has cast Dexter alum Courtney Ford as a recurring guest for Season 4, a show rep tells TVGuide.com.
Fiona Shaw joins True Blood
Ford — who played Trinity's daughter (and Quinn's ladyfriend) Christine last season on Dexter — will play ...
Do you have a kid who's always texting, gaming or surfing the net? Supernanny's Jo Frost stopped by our studio to give us a sneak peek at the new season and to discuss one of the most common issues parents are faced with today: the abuse of technology. Frost offers solutions to protect kids without restricting their online freedoms. ...
Weekly World News
The National Enquirer must be so jealous. Fox is developing a 30-minute comedy based on the supermarket tabloid Weekly World News, according to Variety.
The publication, which stopped printing in 2007 but continues to produce outlandish stories (that they maintain are true) via its website, is best known for its coverage of everything from ...
Steve Carell, Lea Michele
It sounded like a brilliant, made-for-sweeps idea: The Office's Dunder Mifflin gang would get together to watch an episode of Glee. Producers were so pumped by the comedic potential of their plan that even though their bosses at NBC weren't thrilled about promoting another network's hit, they went ahead with it anyway.
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"It's not just a popular show, but a phenomenon," Office executive producer Paul Lieberstein told Zap2it last month. "We watch a lot of TV; we watch Glee. We like it. ... I don't know. Someone said the words 'Glee viewing party' and it just made us laugh so hard that we had to do it."
The set-up was simple ....
Chris Colfer and Conan O'Brien
Our top TV moments of the week:
13. Worst Parents: Jen Clark isn't going to win any Parent of the Year awards, and neither is Ryan after this week's baby-drop fiasco on 90210. When Jen turns her back on baby Jack while changing him, the poor little guy rolls off the table and lands flat on his back. Jen is hysterical naturally, and while Ryan is sweet for trying to console her, we wondered: Um, did we forget that a newborn baby just fell three feet to the floor and could very well be injured?
12. Blunt Truth Award: Outgoing California Gov...
After his attack on her during last week's Tribal Council, it was only a matter of time before Jane Bright got back at Marty Piombo on Survivor: Nicaragua — saying "you are a disgrace to any man who calls himself a father." She only said it to the camera, though, and just as Marty was on his way out of the game. The 48-year-old castaway tells TVGuide.com how "appalled" he was by Jane's final remarks, her surprising plea to him on the game's first day and why he doesn't regret calling her out...
Glenn Beck focused on billionaire financier-philanthropist George Soros during his Fox News Channel programs this week, calling him a "puppet master" who is "notorious for collapsing economies and regimes all around the world" — and drawing criticism from a major Jewish group.
Beck also said that, during the Holocaust in Nazi-controlled Eastern Europe, a 14-year-old Soros "used to go around with this anti-Semite and deliver papers to the Jews and confiscate their property and then ship them off."
"I am certainly not saying that George Soros enjoyed that, even had a choice. I mean, he's 14 years old. He was surviving. So I'm not...