Friday Night Lights
A closely observed drama about boys becoming men, the comforts and frustrations of small-town life, a family's growing pains, and the lessons learned from football, Friday Night Lights will not soon be forgotten. The show wrapped filming of its fifth and final season in July, and on Wednesday, the lights will go down forever on Dillon, Texas. (For those without DirecTV, NBC will re-air the final season beginning April 15 at 8/7c.)
TVGuide.com spoke to stars Kyle Chandler (Eric Taylor), Connie Britton (Tami Taylor), Aimee Teegarden (Julie Taylor), Taylor Kitsch (Tim Riggins), Zach Gilford (Matt Saracen), Matt Lauria (Luke Cafferty), Michael B. Jordan (Vince Howard), and executive producers Jason Katims and David Nevins about the long road to that final Texas sunset. This is the first in a three-part series...
Things are getting heavy on How I Met Your Mother.
The comedy best known for Robin Sparkles, Slapsgiving, and lots and lots of suits has received notice recently for its drama — namely, the surprise death of Marshall's father. Marshall's sudden brush with mortality has already inspired Barney to search for his real father. But how will it affect his best friend, Ted?
John Lithgow to play Barney's father on How I Met Your Mother
"He gets in a new relationship and that encourages his own version of that soul-searching," Josh Radnor told TVGuide.com. "I'm not prepared to say on the record if it's with Zoe or not, but perhaps it will be. Perhaps it...
One of the biggest fumbles came before Super Bowl XLV — from Christina Aguilera's performance of the national anthem.
The Grammy winner, 30, botched the lyrics, mistakenly singing "what so proudly we watched, at the twilight's last reaming" instead of "o'er the ramparts we watched, were so gallantly streaming." The flub immediately...
Darth Vader used "The Force" to power Volkswagen. A claymation version of Eminem shilled Chrysler and Lipton Brisk Iced Tea. And a poor employee unnecessarily put his tires to the test because of "reply all."
On the field, the Green Bay Packers bested the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XLV, 31-25.
Off the field, game day was dominated by celebrities ranging from 16-year-old pop singer Justin Bieber to a confused Ozzy Osbourne, who teamed up for a Best Buy spot. "What's a Bieber?" Ozzy asked wife Sharon.
Christina Aguilera fumbles the lyrics, Black Eyed Peas light up Super Bowl XLV
Eminem appeared in two very different Super Bowl commercials — a comedic spot for Lipton Brisk Iced Tea, and a more serious one for Chrysler, dedicated to the company and rapper's hometown of Detroit. The commercial helped boost...
Attorneys for U.S. student Amanda Knox and her ex-boyfriend, who were found guilty of killing Knox's roommate in Italy, have demanded that Lifetime pull a planned film about their trial, The Associated Press reports.
Lawyers Carlo Dallo Vedova and Luca Maori said Saturday that they had sent letters to Lifetime warning that they would go to U.S. court to try to sequester the film if it isn't canceled and a trailer removed from the...
Mad Men won the Writers Guild award for best dramatic TV series, and Modern Family for best TV comedy series.
Mad Men also took the prize for dramatic episode ("The Chrysanthemum and the Sword") while 30 Rock took best TV comedy episode honors ("When It Rains, It Pours") at the 2011 Writers Guild of America awards, held Saturday night in New York and Los Angeles.
HBO snagged three awards. The TV movie The Special Relationship was named the...
Justin Bieber, Dana Carvey
For Dana Carvey's fourth return trip to host Saturday Night Live, there were a couple old, familiar faces from Carvey's era — and Justin Bieber.
The 16-year-old pop singer brought his million-dollar smile and "angel's voice" to two sketches, turning both Carvey and Andy Samberg into obsessed fans.
In the digital short The Roomate, Minka Kelly and Leighton Meester were replaced with Bieber and his new bunkmate Decklin (played by Samberg as...