Linda Hamilton, Lauren Cohan
Bride or groom's side? If you're attending the big Chuck wedding, perhaps the safest answer is "neither."
Any spy knows that their loved ones could be used against them, and on Monday's episode "Chuck vs. the Last Details" (8/7c, NBC), Chuck (Zachary Levi) learns that new nemesis Vivian Volkoff (Lauren Cohan) has captured his mother, Mary Bartowski (Linda Hamilton) while she was on a mission.
Wouldn't it be nice if these Game of Thrones characters had "Hello, My Name Is" badges? It would certainly cut down on the confusion of who's who so we could focus on the confusion of what the hell is going on. In this week's discussion, we try to puzzle out some of the supporting characters like Theon Greyjoy, Old Nan, The Hound and the yet unseen redheaded Roz.
Alex O'Loughlin and Larisa Oleynik
Sorry, 'shippers, but love isn't on the luau menu for Jenna and Danno ... yet.
With the return of Larisa Oleynik's character Jenna Kaye to Hawaii Five-0 on Monday at 10/9c on CBS, fans are wondering if some flattering comments Detective Danny "Danno" Williams (Scott Caan) made about her could mean a romance in the making when they meet again. "I don't think so," Oleynik tells TVGuide.com. "I think Danno is a flirt but I think ultimately he...
Tina Fey celebrated having the No. 1 book (and the No. 86 TV show) in the country by returning to host Saturday Night Live for a third time. Six months along with her second child, the few sketches that did not reference the recent death of Osama bin Laden played up Fey's pregnancy...
Paula Abdul has signed on to join The X Factor judges table, Fox announced Sunday.
The deal reunites the former American Idol judge with Simon Cowell, who will judge and executive-produce X Factor. Abdul, 48, and Cowell, 51, worked together on Idol for eight seasons before Abdul left in 2009. Cowell departed the next year to launch The X Factor in the U.S. after working on the original U.K. version for seven seasons.
Nicole Scherzinger, Steve Jones named X Factor co-hosts
"This show would never have been the same without Paula and I can't believe I am...
John Velazquez and Animal Kingdom
Animal Kingdom, who was 20-1 on the morning line, won the Kentucky Derby on Saturday.
Shackleford kept a commanding lead throughout the race, but Animal Kingdom, ridden by John Velazquez and trained by H. Motion, overtook his competitors on the homestretch to win the 137th Kentucky Derby. Velazquez, who was initially set to ride Uncle Mo before the horse was scratched, replaced jockey Robby Albarado after an injury. Shackleford only placed fourth.