Jerry Seinfeld, Julianne Moore, Ricky Gervais
Is The Curse of Seinfeld back?
The return of Jerry Seinfeld's The Marriage Ref barely avoided finishing last in the three-way race in the last hour of Sunday's prime time, garnering 4.57 million viewers. A rerun of CSI: Miami won the 10/9c time slot with 5.21 million while a Body of Proof repeat pulled in 4.03 million to finish third.
Around here, usually we talk about "shark jumping" in the context of a TV show that's past its prime, but this weekend a very surprised Panama City, Fla., surfer experienced the opposite when a 4-foot-long spinner shark jumped over him. Check out the video:
Johnny Knoxville, Ryan Dunn
Although Johnny Knoxville spoke at Ryan Dunn's memorial Wednesday, he says he couldn't convey what his co-star, and friend, meant to him.
"What came out were the mumblings of a man trying his best not to cry," Knoxville wrote on his blog Sunday. "I also didn't get to properly convey what Ryan meant to me. I won't be able to do that here either, but I will try. Here is what I wished I could have told everyone then."
Michael Jackson's iconic red and black leather jacket from his "Thriller" video sold for $1.8 million in an online auction, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Julien's Auctions, which oversaw the bidding, announced that Milton Verret of Austin, Texas, bought the jacket and plans to display it in the city's Dell Children's Hospital.
Chris Brown topped the 11th annual BET Awards, taking home four trophies including Best Male R&B Artist.
"All my fans are everything to me ... I know it's been a long road. I just appreciate every blessing that's been put in front of me," he said during one of his acceptance speeches.
Laura Linney, The Big C
When Cathy (Laura Linney) found out she had melanoma on The Big C last season, she kicked her husband out of the house, bought a convertible and wasn't afraid to tell anyone how she really felt.
What she didn't do was tell her family and friends about her life-altering diagnosis (save for her disgruntled neighbor, Marlene, who later committed suicide).
Months later, Cathy's cancer is out in the open — for the most part — and now that she has been forced to face her disease, she's also ready to...
Gabriel Basso, The Big C
For The Big C's Adam, Season 2 is about dealing with his mom's cancer — and acting out.
"He's branching out looking for compassion from other people," Gabriel Basso tells TVGuide.com. "He's not looking to his family for it."
When the season wrapped up, Adam finally learned that his mom, played by Laura Linney, was fighting cancer. When the Showtime series returns on Monday (10:30/9:30c), Adam will begin to deal with possibility of death from a therapist his parents force on him.
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Weeds, Mary Louise Parker
After three years in prison, Nancy Botwin (Mary-Louise Parker) gets released in the Season 7 premiere of Weeds — and not everyone will be happy.
Her family, from whom she'll initially hide her release, will return from Copenhagen hoping for answers and absolution. However, Nancy just wants to get "back to basics," executive Jenji Kohan tells TVGuide.com, adding that the series' three-year jump was "a risk, but we needed to shake it up."
Weeds finale post-mortem: Creator Jenji Kohan says show may end after next season
If last year was about Nancy's past catching up with her, what would you say this year is about?
Jenji Kohan: This year is...