Marg Helgenberger, Jorja Fox, Ted Danson
The addition of Ted Danson to the CSI cast won't be the only change taking place on the veteran CBS drama in Season 12.
Danson's character, D.B. Russell, is a family man who was raised by hippies and has a healthy relationship with his work. As such, producers suggest that the new season will feature a sunnier tone. "Last season we were chasing a serial killer ... that arc has come to an end," executive producer Carol Mendelsohn said at CBS' fall TV previews. "With the introduction of our new CSI supervisor who has his own process, I think you can say it's a lighter season."
Danson replaces the departing Laurence Fishburne, whose character was last seen ...
2 Broke Girls
When CBS says 2 Broke Girls, they mean it.
Unlike other shows — where the characters have superficial money troubles, but still possess the trappings of wealth — 2 Broke Girls plans to base its two leading ladies' economic troubles in realism. "In most sitcoms, someone works in a coffee shop and they live in a huge, gorgeous New York brownstone and...
Dylan McDermott, Taissa Farmiga and Connie Britton
Glee fans, this one may not be for you. To paraphrase series co-creator and executive producer Ryan Murphy, if Nip/Tuck was about transformation, and Glee is about underdogs, his next show, American Horror Story, is a portrait of marriage.
Well, that and other things that should scare the sh-- out of you.
Ryan Murphy talks new FX show American Horror Story: Everyone was freaked out by the creature
The show, Murphy's first since Glee, introduces us to the fragile Harmon family: Ben (Dylan McDermott), a therapist, and his wife Vivien (Connie Britton) move with their daughter Violet (Taissa Farmiga) to Los Angeles after Ben makes a terrible mistake that jeopardizes their family. The only problem? Their maybe-haunted new house may not be the best place to start over.
Murphy and series co-creator and executive producer Brad Falchuk unveiled a rough cut of the first episode of the FX show to TV reporters Tuesday, describing it as a
Kris Humphries and Kim Kardashian
Bet you didn't see this coming: Kim Kardashian's wedding will air on E! Shocking, right?
Kim Kardashian is engaged
Kim's Fairytale Wedding: A Kardashian Event will be broadcast in two parts on Sunday, Oct. 9 at 8/7c and the following day at 9/8c. The special ...
Leo du Pres rises! The character Josh Duhamel played on All My Children from 1999 to 2002 will pop up once again on Thursday's episode of the soap (1/12c, ABC). While Leo was presumed dead after plunging into Miller's Falls...
Do not mess with a bilingual bombshell. At a recent junket in Russia, a reporter asked Justin Timberlake, "Why movies?" Before it could be translated back for his response, Friends with Benefits co-star Mila Kunis, who was born in the Ukraine and arrived in America at 7, snapped: "Why movies? Why not? What kind of question is that? Why are you here?"...
Ali Fedotowsky; Ashley Hebert
What is the biggest piece of advice previous Bachelorette Ali Fedotowsky has for Ashley Hebert? Make friends!
"Ashley is moving to New York and that could be hard for her because all [J.P.'s] friends are there, his life is there and she needs to blend in," Ali tells TVGuide.com. "Roberto and I definitely had our moments where we were at each other's throats because ... we only had each other. It's going to be important to not only make friends with his friends, but make her own friends."
Nick Cannon, The Kinetic King
Some say that the reason to watch NASCAR is for the potential crashes. If you watch America's Got Talent using the same principle, it must have been greatly satisfying to see Tim "Kinetic King" Fort. He introduced himself as "the greatest creator of chain reactions gadgets and exploding objects in the 17 known universes," but created nothing but a mess during his semifinal audition. His domino design of sticks and various other objects that took a whopping 36 hours to set up failed to ignite properly and the chain proved nonreactive. Watch the sadness below... if you can stomach it...