Damon Wayans, Jr.and Damon Wayans
Damon Wayans Jr. will get a visit from real-life dad Damon Wayans in an episode of the ABC comedy Happy Endings.
The series revolves around a couple (Elisha Cuthbert and Zachary Knighton), whose break-up complicates their friends' lives. Wayans Jr. plays one of their pals, Brad.
Wayans Sr. will play Brad's dad, an uptight guy who visits his son after getting a new lease on life post-health scare.
Simon Baker and Robin Tunney, The Mentalist
Fans of The Mentalist are not going to want to miss the final moments of Thursday's episode.
"There's probably the biggest shock ending we've ever put up on the screen," creator Bruno Heller tells TVGuide.com "I think people will be intrigued and surprised by the whole episode."
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The episode finds Patrick Jane (Simon Baker, who also directed the episode) and the rest of the CBI investigating a triple homicide in small rural town. Further digging by Jane and Lisbon (Robin Tunney) reveals the killings are the work of serial cop killer. John Billingsley guest-stars as a self-professed psychic, whom Jane manipulates to find the real murderer.
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Top Chef Just Desserts
After a season of high-intensity challenges and clashing personalities, the final three Top Chef: Just Desserts contestants —Yigit, Morgan and Danielle — gave their best effort to impress judges palettes by telling a story through dessert. Morgan's concept centered on light and primary colors, while Danielle played off the idea of nostalgic favorites with a twist. But it was Yigit's sweet journey about falling in love that landed him the win.
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TVGuide.com caught up with the pastry chef to find whether or not he knew he was going to win, what he thought about all the sabotage accusations, and why he think the stress of the show really got so some of the contestants. Plus: Guess who he's rooting for on Top Chef All-stars. ...
CBS has officially canceled Medium.
"It's true. Allison Dubois will dream her last dream on Medium, Friday, January 21st. In what we believe will be a series defining episode, Allison and her family will stare destiny in the eye. And destiny will not blink," creator Glenn Gordon Caron wrote on the show's official Facebook page Thursday.
Bristol Palin has apologized for the insults she and her sister made on Facebook earlier this week after a classmate criticized their mother's new TLC show, Sarah Palin's Alaska.
"Willow and I shouldn't have reacted to negative comments about our family. We apologize," she wrote on her Facebook page on Wednesday.
When designer Nate Berkus was given his own daily syndicated talk show, his director told him he had two choices for the set: "It could either look like a night club or it could look like a fake house with stairs that lead to nothing," the director said.
Berkus said no to both.
Berkus, 39, spent the summer before the September launch designing the studio with vintage furniture, old books that he's read, a wall of live greenery, and colonial wall detailing. From the moment the audience members take their seats, they're in Berkus' home, not on his set.
Golden Globe Awards logo
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association, creator and owner of the Golden Globe Awards, has filed a lawsuit against Dick Clark Productions, accusing the company of breach of contract, Deadline.com reports.
In the lawsuit, the HFPA writes that Dick Clark Productions — a partner on the Golden Globes telecasts for the last 20 years — secretly signed a six-year extension with NBC to air the awards without consulting the HFPA.
Kelly Osbourne says being called fat broke her heart.
"It sets you up to hate yourself in a huge way. I truly believe it's the main reason I turned to Vicodin and ended up in rehab three times. I just hated myself," the 26-year-old tells Self magazine.
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