Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez
Justin Bieber and Lady Gaga were the big winners at Canada's MuchMusic Video Awards, each taking home two trophies.
Accepting his award for International Video of the Year by a Canadian from his girlfriend and the show's host, Selena Gomez, Bieber joked: "Selena, nice to meet you, I'm Justin. You're very beautiful. Maybe we can go out sometime?" The 17-year-old singer also won Favorite Artist.
[WARNING: The following story contains major spoilers from the season finale of The Killing. Read at your own risk.]
If you were expecting to find out who killed Rosie Larsen in Sunday's season-ending hour of The Killing, you might be feeling a little frustrated. For nearly an hour, viewers calculated gas mileage, retraced Rosie's final steps, saw Darren's lies unravel, watched the Larsen family implode... all before finding out that the murder would not be solved before the credits rolled.
AMC renews The Killing for Season 2
TVGuide.com watched the finale in advance and on Thursday spoke to executive producer Veena Sud, formerly in charge of CBS crime procedural Cold Case and now responsible for adapting The Killing's original Danish counterpart Forbrydelsen for AMC, about why she's keeping viewers in the dark, if we'll ever know more about Rosie, and what we can expect in Season 2...
Geralin Thomas, Phyliss and Dr. Pfeffer; Geralin Thomas, inset
The question for any show that purports to help distressed and/or disordered people is straightforward: How much is it actually helping? A&E's Hoarders, which returns for its fourth season Monday at 9/8c, is no exception. To help sort it out, we spoke to Geralin Thomas, a certified professional organizer specializing in chronic disorganization. She's appeared on roughly 20 episodes throughout Hoarders' run. Like the show she's on, Thomas "tends to gravitate to helping people with mental health challenges and physical health challenges get organized." By phone, Thomas told us about the effect that working with challenged people has on her, whether the TV production helps or hurts the organizing process and how the show's exposure of hoarding has helped people pinpoint their own problems...
The first season of Game of Thrones came to a fiery conclusion, and although we lost a major player in the game, another was reborn, phoenixlike, from the ashes of a funeral pyre.
[Spoilers! If you have yet to watch Episode 10, "Fire and Blood," shame on you! Oh, and don't read further.]
Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) might be the rightful heir to the Iron Throne, but reclaiming it seemed like a remote possibility until...
Emmy ballots are almost due! Over the week, Emmy voters will be checking off names and shows they think are worthy of getting a nomination come July 14. We here at TVGuide.com have a few picks in mind ourselves. Next up: our dream ballot for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama:
Green Lantern debuted atop the box office, though it failed to live up to some of its comic book-based predecessors, Box Office Mojo reports.
The action movie, starring Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively, grossed an estimated $52.7 million in its first weekend of release. The figure was higher than The Green Hornet's $33.5 million take in January, but lower than the opening numbers for...
Clarence Clemons, the longtime saxophone player for Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band, has died. He was 69.
Clemons — also known as the "Big Man" — died Saturday from complications of a stroke he suffered a week earlier at his home in Singer Island, Fla. He had been in serious but stable condition and underwent two surgeries.
"Clarence lived a wonderful life. He carried within him a love of people that made them love him. He created a wondrous and extended family. He loved the saxophone, loved our fans and gave everything he had every night he stepped on stage," Springsteen said in a statement posted on his website. "His loss is...
Sarah Ferguson says her OWN docu-series Finding Sarah is not about her.
"Whatever [viewers] get from this is their choice," she says. "I've made mistakes, I'm human ... if you can relate to my ways and my demons then I hope it helps, but it's about them not me."
In the six-part series, the Dutchess of York sets out to put her life in order after many publicized set-backs like her divorce to Prince Andrew. Along the way she deals with her weight, finances and relationships by receiving help from experts like Dr. Phil and Suze Orman. Dr. Phil calls her "emotionally bankrupt" in an early episode and Ferguson admits to us he was right.