The Amazing Race host Phil Keoghan is setting sail on a second gig: a new reality series about the Velux 5 Oceans race.
He will host and produce the untitled series, which will follow the 2010-11 race. The skippers, who must single-handedly sail in the 30,000-mile contest, will film themselves at sea during...
Uh-oh! Rachel Berry's got a new rival on Glee.
Charice will recur next season on the dramedy, a show rep says.
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The 18-year-old international singing star will play a foreign exchange student...
Gossip Girl has recruited Harry Potter actress Clemence Poesy to guest-star next season, a show rep says.
The 27-year-old model-actress will portray Eva, Chuck Bass' new fling, in multiple episodes beginning with the Paris-set Season 4 premiere...
Miley Cyrus, Perez Hilton
Apparently Perez Hilton meant it when he expressed no regret about posting an upskirt photo of Miley Cyrus.
A week after linking to a photo of the 17-year-old pop singer exiting a car on his Twitter feed, where she appeared to many people who saw the photo not to be wearing underwear, Hilton has linked to another photo of a scantily clad Cyrus.
Perez Hilton on Miley Cyrus scandal: I would do it again
"Oh, #Miley! Warning: If you're easily offended, do NOT...
Up until now, the sum total of our knowledge of the True Blood vampire monarchy rested on the tiny, delicate shoulders of Evan Rachel Wood's Queen Sophie-Anne. But there's a new crown in town, and he rides horses! Russell Edgington, the gay vampire king of Mississippi (Denis O'Hare), kidnapped Bill with the help of his werewolf lackeys and has now made him a very suspicious job offer. O'Hare tells us what the ancient king really wants, why he loves Talbot and how he's different from Sophie-Anne.
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Jeers to Scoundrels for not living up to its title.
ABC's summer crime dramedy (at least I think it's trying to be funny) suffered a huge loss when Neal McDonough was reportedly sacked after three days of production because the devout Catholic refused to shoot sex scenes with costar Virginia Madsen. McDonough brings a riveting malevolence to every role he plays, from sleazy DA David McNorris on Boomtown to psycho killer Dave Williams on Desperate Housewives. He surely would've lived up to the name of Palm Springs crime family patriarch Wolfgang "Wolf" West.
Here's the real crime: McDonough was replaced by David James Elliott, a likably generic TV hunk best known for his role as straight-arrow military man Harmon "Harm" Rabb on JAG. But on Scoundrels, Elliott seems...