Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood
Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley will team up for the fourth straight year to co-host the Country Music Awards live from Nashville.
"Hosting the CMA Awards the past three years has been...
The topic of last week's challenge on Platinum Hit was risk, and the judges showed eliminated contestant Jackie Tohn just how dangerous it can be to take one: after choosing country as her genre, she found herself kicked to the curb. Below the American Idol alum compares her two reality experiences, discusses Nick's antagonism and explains the thought process behind her much-maligned "Super Duper Rapper" hook...
In the clip below from this week's Intervention, we see the profiled addict, Latisha, basically walk all over her mother to smoke crack in her apartment. Her mother explains that as a recovering addict herself, guilt drives her to enable her daughter's addiction. It's harrowing. But you know what's even more harrowing?...
Ryan Seacrest will host a two-day music festival in Las Vegas, featuring Lady Gaga, Coldplay, Bruno Mars and The Black Eyed Peas among others.
The iHeartRadio Music Festival, put on by Clear Channel Radio, will take place at the MGM Grand. Scheduled for Sept. 23-24, it will also be streamed online via www.iheartradio.com and on all Clear Channel radio stations.
"This is a once in a generation gathering of artists and fans from all over the country for a true, must-see music event," Seacrest said in announcing the event Monday.
With the final installment of Harry Potter out in theatres Friday, it's easy to forget just how far the wizard has come.
The video below takes us through time starting when Harry (Daniel Radcliffe) first hears the words, "You're a wizard." Soon he's accepted into the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry where he meets best friends Hermione Granger (Emma Watson) and Ron Weasely (Rupert Grint). Watching the montage, which shows bits from each of the seven films, Radcliffe, Watson and Grint grow from unknown kids playing wizards-in-training to bona fide movie stars whose characters are tasked with saving the world.
The beginning of the end is here for The Closer: After six seasons, Emmy winner Kyra Sedgwick is only 21 episodes away from turning in her badge as Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson. And series creator and executive producer James Duff says it's going to be an emotional ride.
"The theme of this season is love and loss," Duff tells TVGuide.com. "Loss is part of the promise of love. The only promise that you ever get with love, is that it will end. So we wanted to incorporate how much we loved doing these stories: how much Brenda loved her job, how much she cared about her part in the justice system, and how much it would mean to her to step away from all of that."
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ABC Family's new series Switched at Birth has so far focused mostly on the struggles of its main characters, Bay (Vanessa Marano) and Daphne(Katie Leclerc), as they adapt after their mistaken identities were discovered. But last week's episode revealed that Bay's brother, Toby (Lucas Grabeel), has a serious struggle of his own: his problem with gambling.
"It snowballs and continues to accumulate, and I get into some pretty deep trouble," Grabeel tells TVGuide.com.
Sasha Alexander and Angie Harmon
When Rizzoli & Isles returns for Season 2 (Monday at 10/9c), the TNT cop drama picks up just a few months after the harrowing hostage situation in the precinct, which ended with Jane (Angie Harmon) taking a bullet to the gut. The sophomore season will see the homicide detective struggling to get emotionally grounded, while desperately trying to prove she's ready to get back in the field.
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On top of that, Jane and Maura (Sasha Alexander) will be dealing with the return of family members, new love interests and secrets that may cause a rift between our favorite TV duo. Check out what's in store for Season 2: