Rachel Griffiths, Gilles Marini
Brothers & Sisters displayed a strong finishing kick as its finale drew 7.18 million and a 2.0 rating among 18-to-49-year-olds — a 25 percent jump from last week, which just may help the show bounce right off the bubble.
Phil Keoghan and Kisha and Jen Hoffman
LaKisha and Jennifer Hoffman saved their best for last. Though they were the only final four team not to win a leg on The Amazing Race: Unfinished Business, they came in first on the one that mattered the most and won the $1 million. "We were asked in the [confessionals], 'How does it feel going into the final four without winning a leg?' We were like, 'OK, what's the point of winning four or five legs if you don't win the last one?'" Kisha tells TVGuide.com. "That was our attitude: The last one is what counts." The sisters became the second all-female team to win and in the process, overcame their fear of water while still taking — yes — another pee break.
Why Not? With Shania Twain has a dubious cause: as the country superstar stated on Sunday night's premiere episode on OWN, "My purpose for doing this is to share with people so they can learn from it." That immediately sets it apart from other reality shows that matter-of-factly follow celebrities (the implicit fact of the matter being that fame makes them fascinating). This show is different, or so we're to believe. This show is special...
TV Guide Network will launch an 11-city mobile spa tour in anticipation of its new reality series Nail Files, the network announced Monday.
The tour, which kicks off Saturday, May 14 in Alpharetta, Ga., will re-create the salon experience of The Painted Nail store featured in Nail Files and offer visitors free manicures. The tour will hit New York, Los Angeles and Las Vegas, among ...
CSI star Marg Helgenberger apparently doesn't have Bieber Fever.
In a recent interview with the French radio show "Le Grand Direct des Médias," Helgenberger said teen sensation Justin Bieber was a bit of a pain to work with during his two-episode arc on the CBS procedural. "I shouldn't be saying this, but he was kind of a brat," she said. "He was very nice to me, but he locked one of the producers in a closet, and he put his fist through a cake that was on the actors' table."
Musician John Walker, the guitarist and vocalist for the seminal '60s and '70s British trio, The Walker Brothers, has died. He was 67.
Walker died Saturday in his Los Angeles home after battling liver cancer, his personal assistant told The Associated Press.
Walker was born John Maus in the United States. He joined Scott Engel and Gary Leeds to form The Walker Brothers, and they each adopted the surname Walker, though none of them were related. The band moved to England where it had instant success with the song "Love Her" in 1964. The groups other hits included "The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore," "Make it Easy on Yourself" and "My Ship Is Comin' In."
Matthew Morrison and Gwyneth Paltrow
Matthew Morrison will perform one of the songs from his upcoming album on the Glee season finale, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Morrison's Will Schuester will sing "Still Got Tonight," from an empty theatre stage as part of the New York City-based episode. The ballad, which is the lead single from Morrison's self-titled album, was originally going to include a big dance number, but creator Ryan Murphy decided to have Morrison sing it alone instead.
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