Scott Grimes has signed on to play DiNozzo's former partner on NCIS, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
On the Tuesday, May 3 episode in which we...
Comedy Central is close to renewing Futurama for two more seasons, a source close to production tells TVGuide.com.
The network will pick up the animated series for another two seasons of...
American Idol's Motown episode steamrolled the competition, averaging nearly 23.5 million viewers.
Wednesday's two-hour show was up from last week's 22.2 million viewers and rose 1 percent among 18-to-49-year-olds to a 7.7 rating — although that's down 8 percent from the comparable year-earlier show.
Lights Out just wasn't able to get up off the canvas: FX announced Thursday that it was counting out the boxing drama.
The show debuted in January to a modest 1.5 million viewers and quickly fell below 1 million. Although the numbers eventually improved, its season average was 863,000 total viewers per episode, numbers akin to those of FX's recently canceled private detective drama, Terriers.
Will Lights Out be another Terriers for FX?
At the time of Lights Out's weak premiere, FX President John Landgraf noted the disconnect between critical acclaim and commercial appeal...
Rachel Zoe and Rodger Berman
Stylist and reality show star Rachel Zoe has given birth to a baby boy, People reports.
Skyler Morrison Berman was born in Los Angeles, weighing 6 pounds, 12 ounces.
Rachel Zoe (finally) confirms she's pregnant
"Mom and Dad 'LITERALLY' could not be happier or more in love with their son!" she and husband Rodger Berman said in a statement. This is their first child.
Antonia Lofaso, Top Chef
After cooking an overly seasoned bento box "last supper" for Masaharu Morimoto, Antonia Lofaso had to endure one final Top Chef: All-Stars twist before learning her fate: cook a "one last bite" to earn a place in the finale. Unfortunately, the Season 4 alum's flavorful grouper fell to Mike's surf-and-turf with beef tenderloin and lobster tail. "[The judges] were really torn," Antonia tells TVGuide.com. "Mike and I knew it could be ...
Jo Anne Worley
This is no Laugh-In matter.
Loopy Jo Anne Worley, 73, most famous for her wacky quips on Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In, will play a pet psychic on the April 14 episode of Bones. Jo Anne will appear alongside another legendary creature, the mythical Latin American goat-sucking chupacabra.
The episode finds Booth (David Boreanaz) and Brennan (Emily Deschanel) investigating the death of a mythbuster television host who is thought to have been offed by the creature...
How close was last night's elimination vote on Top Chef: All Stars? Razor-thin!
TV Guide Magazine had exclusive access to the "last supper" challenge in the Bahamas, where guest judge Wolfgang Puck initially indicated that he preferred cheftestant Antonia Lofaso's single bite of grouper to Mike Isabella's surf-and-turf concoction. After chatting with head judge Tom Colicchio during a break in filming, Puck changed his mind...
Chris Brown says he's "disappointed" in the way he acted after Good Morning America appearance, but he needed to "let off ... steam."
"I didn't try to hurt anyone. I just wanted to release the anger that I had inside of me because I felt like I worked so hard for this music and I love my fans and I love to be able to make positive music, but I felt like people kept just trying to take it away from me," he said on BET's 106 & Park on Wednesday evening.