Face-Off - Anthony Pepe
Face Off, the reality competition series featuring special effects make-up artists, has been picked up for a second season, Syfy announced Wednesday.
"With strikingly intense personalities and creatively stunning challenges, Face Off has...
Mad Men's Rich Sommer will guest-star in an upcoming episode of Nikita, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Sommer will play Malcolm Mitchell, a CIA consultant who...
Phillip Seymour Hoffman
Philip Seymour Hoffman is developing a drama series for HBO.
Upstate, from Hoffman's Cooper's Town Productions and Entertainment One, focuses on the laid-off Roy Perkins, who relocates his family to rural America ...
Debby Ryan, Mark Indelicato
Disney is building on its musical foundation with the upcoming slate of programming unveiled Wednesday.
Ugly Betty alum Mark Indelicato joins the growing cast of Disney's High School Musical spin-off, Madison High. The musical comedy will feature original songs and center on a group of kids trying to rebuild their theater program.
Disney fan favorite Debby Ryan, who stars on The Suite Life on Deck, landed her own series for the network called Jessie. The show follows a teen from rural Texas who moves to New York.
Nate Dogg, the voice behind many of hip-hop's most infectious hooks, has died. He was 41.
He died Tuesday, his family told the Press Telegram of his native Long Beach, Calif. A cause of death was not given, but he had suffered two strokes in 2007 and 2008.
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Rapper/collaborator Warren G tweeted Sunday that Nate was "in therapy" after his two strokes, adding: "Thanks again for your support,".
Born Nathaniel Dwayne Hale, Nate began ...
Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, Christina Aguilera, Cee Lo Green
To hear Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine tell it, NBC's upcoming singing competition The Voice will be nothing like American Idol.
For one thing, there will be no mean-spirited judges. For another, there will be no "judges."
"I think it's less about being judgmental and more about helping the singers out," he said Tuesday during a press conference. "That's kind of a dirty word, here on The Voice... Judge. Judging."