Matt Rogers, There Goes the Neighborhood
In this technologically advanced age, could you handle being trapped behind a 20-foot wall without contact to the outside world? Well, eight families in a Kennesaw, Ga., neighborhood are attempting to do that in CBS' new reality series There Goes the Neighborhood (Sundays, 9/8c), which pits the clans against each other in a variety of challenges for a $250,000 prize. "It gets really dramatic because a quarter of a million dollars in Kennesaw is probably like $1.5 million in New York," host and American Idol alum Matt Rogers tells TVGuide.com. "So some of them take it personally, but that's what makes it great." Find out what's in store on this closed-off block party and get Rogers' thoughts on Paula Abdul's Idol exit.
St. Elmo's Fire
Iconic Brat Pack flick St. Elmo's Fire may be reignited as a television series.
ABC won a bidding war among networks to adapt the Joel Schumacher film into a dramedy, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Schumacher is already onboard as a producer, alongside That '70s Show grad Topher Grace, Dan Bucatinsky and Jamie Tarses. Bucatinsky is writing the script.
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Like the film — starring Emilio Estevez, Rob Lowe, Andrew McCarthy, Demi Moore, Judd Nelson, Ally Sheedy and Mare Winningham — the show will follow ...
Jon Gosselin, Kate Gosselin
Police went to Jon and Kate Gosselin's home after the estranged couple got into a verbal argument, authorities told TVGuide.com Friday.
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"On Thursday evening at 7:05 pm, officers from the Lower Heidelberg Township Police Department were dispatched to the Gosselin residence" in Wernersville, Pa., an officer said. "The situation was calmed down by the officers. There were no citations or arrests made."
The officer, who declined to give his name, said it was not clear who placed the call. But Jon's attorney, Mark Jay Heller, told TVGuide.com that Kate called the police after Jon denied her entry into the home. The couple's custody arrangement says Jon and Kate each have "exclusive privileges at the home where the children live" during their respective visitation periods, Heller said.
"Kate apparently showed up unannounced ...
Kourtney Kardashian's unplanned pregnancy was the result of bad memory: The eldest Kardashian says she got pregnant after forgetting to take her birth control pill.
"This probably sounds so dumb, but there's so many times I'll forget ...
In honor of his birthday, today's blog will focus on our favorite leading man, David Conrad, who will celebrate his birthday on Monday, Aug. 17!
When we first started casting Ghost Whisperer we searched high and low for the perfect actor to play Jim, but this soon became quite a challenge! In fact, we were ...
Saving Grace - Holly Hunter
There's no Saving Grace: Holly Hunter's cop drama will wrap up next summer after its third season, TNT announced.
The network had originally ordered ...
After treks to St. Tropez and the Hamptons, Jon Gosselin will bring his new bachelor lifestyle to Las Vegas.
The father of eight is set to host a pool party at MGM Grand's Wet Republic on Saturday, Aug. 29, Us Weekly reports. "Jon Gosselin, America's favorite father ...
The flashy white glove Michael Jackson wore when he debuted the moonwalk in 1983's performance of "Billie Jean" at Motown's 25th anniversary TV special is up for auction.
The glove will be featured alongside other music memorabilia, such as a Madonna demo tape and unreleased Jimi Hendrix lyrics, at the "Music Icons" auction at New York City's Hard Rock Cafe on Nov. 21, according to The Associated Press.
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This glove is unlike many of the others the pop star wore throughout his career. While most were made ...
Reality star Heidi Pratt is no stranger to the scalpel, and the new Playboy cover girl admits she wants even more body "upgrades."
"I'm definitely not done with my surgical quest," Heidi told Playboy, adding she wants "to go bigger on ...
>Companies are pulling their ads from Fox News' The Glenn Beck Program after Beck called President Barack Obama a racist during a broadcast.
Geico and Lawyers.com (which is owned by Lexis Nexis) have both pulled advertising from Beck's show, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Geico is one of the country's largest advertisers, spending more than a quarter-billion dollars for the first half of 2009, according to Nielsen Co.
Fox noted that the cable networks will not lose revenue, as the companies are simply shifting their ads to other programs. Additionally, Procter & Gamble, Progressive Insurance and SC Johnson said their ads were never supposed to run during Beck's program and the mistake would be corrected.
The controversy stems from a July 28 broadcast when Beck called Obama a racist with "a deep-seated hatred for white people." The comments led ...