Echo the parrot
Good news for those who look to birds for entertainment: Echo, the parrot who killed his first America's Got Talent audition but clammed up with "stage fright" during the Vegas round, soared on the season's first live show Tuesday night. Fun fact: birds don't just fly "Over the Rainbow"; they sing it as well. I think we can all agree that Echo is a very nice analog alternative to all the CGI talking animals that populate pop culture...
Good news for House fans: Lisa Edelstein's Cuddy is the only doctor who won't be returning to Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital in the fall.
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Jesse Spencer signed a new contract to continue with the Fox medical drama late Tuesday night, a rep for NBC Universal, the studio that produces the show, tells TVGuide.com. He will return as a series regular...
Not even those sequestered in the Big Brother house are immune to Harry Potter fever, what with it being Harry Potter Week and all thanks to the Friday release of Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows: Part 2. As seen on the show's live feed, veteran Jeff and newcomer Kalia recently got into it over J.K. Rowling's years-old revelation that Dumbledore was gay...
Oprah is moving on up at her own network.
The talk show queen is the new CEO and chief creative officer of OWN, the network announced Wednesday. In addition, Harpo Studios presidents Erik Logan and Sheri Salata, will now become presidents of OWN.
Oprah replaces OWN CEO, says network is "not where I want it to be"
"I am ready to dedicate my full creative energy and focus as the full time CEO of OWN," Winfrey said in a statement. "By aligning the mission, talent and ...
Halle Berry has obtained a temporary restraining order against a man who had lurked around her home three times in as many days, according to Reuters.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Carol Boas Goodson on Tuesday ordered Richard A. Franco, 27, to stay 100 yards from Berry and her 3-year-old daughter, Nahla.
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In her court papers obtained by TMZ, Berry said she first saw Franco in her ...
Michael C. Hall
Over the past five seasons, Dexter (Michael C. Hall) has battled a serial-killing brother, a serial-killing assistant district attorney and even a serial-killing motivational speaker, but nothing will prepare him for what he has to face in Dexter's sixth season: Religion.
You heard that right. Miami's own murderous blood spatter analyst will seek out the meaning of faith in hopes of passing on something good to his son Harrison, who will be heading to school now that the show has jumped ahead one year.
Dexter exclusive: How far will Season 6 jump ahead in time?
Executive producer Sara Colleton discusses Dexter's attempt to discover the light side of his Dark Passenger, and who he'll cross paths with during the journey. Plus, Colleton dishes on whether Deb (Jennifer Carpenter) will finally find out, and if Dexter is ready for a new relationship after the heartbreak from Lumen (Julia Stiles)...
Rose Byrne and Glenn Close
When Damages returns Wednesday (at 10 on DirecTV) for its fourth season, Patty Hewes will be alone and seeing a shrink, while Ellen Parsons takes aim at her first big case against a powerful private military contractor.
Turns out three long years have passed and much has changed since that day on the dock in the third season finale when Ellen asked Patty: "Was it all worth it?" Series executive producers Glenn and Todd A. Kessler and Daniel Zelman say it's a question that will continue to be answered by both women throughout the season. They talk to TVGuide.com about the changes in Patty, why Ellen keeps coming back for more, the show's move from FX to DirecTV and their early plans for Season 5.
Justin Chambers, Gary Sinise, Paul Wesley
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I know it's early for Grey's Anatomy scoop, but do you know what's going to happen to Alex and Meredith in Season 8? — Alison
NATALIE: Alex will be in a heap of new trouble when Grey's returns in the fall — and not just with Meredith. Alex is very much persona non grata this season after snitching on Meredith for her unethical decision to mess with the Alzheimer's clinical trial. Anyone else think he might be stuck with permanent scut duty?
Have you heard anything about the new season of CSI: NY? — Diane
ADAM: Get ready to finally meet...