Betty White in SNL
NBC can thank Betty White for being a friend and bringing in big numbers for Saturday Night Live.
White's SNL hosting debut was the No. 1 telecast of the night, topping prime-time programs, and netted an 8.8 rating/21 share to post the late-night sketch-comedy show's best numbers in 18 months, according to early estimates.
Betty White sweet and sassy as always on SNL debut
The Nov. 1, 2008, episode, hosted by Ben Affleck with appearances by then Republican presidential candidate John McCain and Tina Fey as Sarah Palin, drew a ...
Bobby Brown and Alicia Etheridge
Bobby Brown is not dead; he's engaged.
The singer proposed to his girlfriend, manager Alicia Etheridge, on stage Friday night at the ...
Robert Downey Jr. in Iron Man 2
Iron Man 2 powered to a No. 1 debut over the weekend with $133.6 million for the fifth-biggest opening of all time.
The haul also makes the sequel, starring Robert Downey Jr., the third-biggest superhero-movie debut of all time, behind leader The Dark Knight, which opened to $158 million in 2008, and runner-up Spider-Man 3, which bowed to ...
Samantha Bryant and Colin Hanks
Colin Hanks has married publicist Samantha Bryant, his rep tells TVGuide.com.
The couple wed Saturday at the London West Hollywood hotel in Los Angeles.
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The 32-year-old actor, who can next be ...
Omar Gooding, Miami Medical
Warning: The following story contains important details from Friday's episode of Miami Medical. If you haven't seen the episode, read at your own risk.
For a freshman drama like Miami Medical, putting a main cast member in mortal danger so early in the series' run is a risky move. But show creator Jeffrey Lieber tells TVGuide.com it was a necessary one.
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"One of the things we found out from doing research is that one of the particularities of trauma is that because there's so much violence involved, the rate of doctors and nurses who are harmed is much higher than in the ER and the regular medical profession," Lieber says. Because of that — and some contractual issues that required Omar Gooding to miss a few episodes — Lieber & Co. decided ...
Once a cheater, always a cheater? That's what the Survivor Villains thought when it came to new ally Candice Woodcock, who flipped sides and voted with the Villains to stay in the game. Despite her best efforts to show her loyalty, some of her new allies, particularly Jerri Manthey, believed someone who switched sides that easily could not be trusted. Combine those suspicions with the betrayal felt by the two other remaining Heroes, Colby Donaldson and Rupert Boneham, and Candice was swiftly voted out. Woodcock, 27, spoke with TVGuide.com about why she regrets voting Amanda out, the real story behind her alliance with...