Ice-T has signed a two-year deal to remain on Law & Order: SVU.
"I've just locked in my new SVU deal," the rapper-actor tweeted Friday. "So I'll officially be back for the next ...
Real Housewives of New York City
Las Vegas, Texas, Miami, Mexico, Italy. Yes, the Real Housewives love to travel almost as much as they like a good glass of wine. Almost. Not to be outdone, the New York City cast took the term exotic getaway to a whole new level with a Morocco trip spanning three episodes. Part Sex and the City 2 come to life and part sequel to last year's Scary Island excursion (neither of which we knew we wanted), the Real Housewives of New York City's time abroad was hilarious, dramatic, mildly offensive and — believe it or not — educational! Here are the top 10 things we learned from their trip of a lifetime:
10. Blondes don't always have more fun: This entire season has been Team Brunette (aka Jill, LuAnn, Kelly and Cindy) vs. Team Blonde (Alex, Ramona and Sonja). However, Alex showed her sharp tongue is color-blind when she called-out her teammates for their ignorance throughout the trip. "I love Ramona and Sonja but sometimes they do make me cringe," Alex said within hours of their landing in Morocco. "They didn't care whom they offended." Later, she admitted she was "mortified" when Ramona told...
Sophie Turner is well aware that her Game of Thrones character, the dutiful and beautiful Sansa Stark, may not have the most fans. But she hopes that Sunday's episode, airing at 9/8c on HBO, will help change their minds.
"She makes a lot of mistakes that lead to some really bad consequences," Turner tells TVGuide.com. "I think the fans of the books and of the television show are angry at her. People who haven't dug deep enough into the character can't really see the good intentions in Sansa's decisions."
So You Think You Can Dance
For its eighth season, So You Think You Can Dance returns to its Top 20 format. After enduring injuries, tears and the judges' fake-outs, 10 girls and 10 guys will vie for the title of America's Favorite Dancer. TVGuide.com spent some time getting to know the lucky group, which consists of first timers and a few faces that should be familiar to longtime SYTYCD fans.
The Top 20, introducing themselves in their own words:
Jordan Casanova, 18, a jazz dancer from Chino Hills, Calif.
Say what?: "I am completely fluent in American Sign Language. I have been taking it for four or five years now. I was going to major in Audiology and Deaf Studies, but I decided to pursue my dance career first."
The Bachelorette, Bentley and Ashley
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11. Worst Case of Denial: Country sweethearts Taylor Swift and Shania Twain show "there's a time to sing and a time to kick ass" when they parody Thelma & Louise at the CMT Music Awards. The clip shows the two on the road, playing with guns, driving off cliffs and bumping into the likes of Glee's Chord Overstreet ("Who do you think you are, Brad Pitt?" Shania asks dryly) and Kid Rock. The most bizarre cameo is by...
Katherine McPhee, Smash
American Idol Season 5 runner-up Katharine McPhee has inked a new recording contract with Columbia Records.
The contract comes as part of a deal between Columbia Records and NBC to release the soundtrack for McPhee's upcoming TV series, Smash. Set to premiere midseason on NBC, Smash is a drama that follows the making of a Broadway musical about Marilyn Monroe. McPhee appears in this, her first scripted series, as...
The Glee Project
Brace yourselves, Glee fans. One of these kids is going to join the ranks at William McKinley.
In this exclusive clip from the premiere of Oxygen's win-a-seven-episode-role-on-Glee reality competition, The Glee Project, 12 hopefuls meet series choreographer Zach Woodlee, who asks them to write their own "Most Likely to Be...." yearbook superlatives.
The Glee Project: The goal is to woo Ryan Murphy
What they say, Woodlee tells them, should be about the character they want to project, or play on Glee. Their descriptions are very important because...