House of Anubis
One of the stars of Nickelodeon's newest series, House of Anubis, Nathalia Ramos, says the show has all of the elements of comedy, drama and mystery combined into one.
House of Anubis follows eight students at an English boarding school who try to solve the mystery of missing classmate, Joy, who disappears the same day a new girl, Nina (Ramos), arrives. Brad Kavanagh plays Fabian and says he and Nina have a "will-they-or-won't-they relationship," while Jade Ramsey plays headstrong Patricia.
Star Trek alum George Takei has joined the cast of Nickelodeon's new live-action series Supah Ninjas, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
The half-hour comedy follows three kids who are drafted into a secret world of crime fighting after Mike Fukanaga (Ryan Potter), an average high school student, discovers he is descended from a long line of ninjas. Takei plays Mike's recently deceased grandfather; he appears as an interactive hologram to guide and train the team of "Supah Ninjas" along the way.
Survivor: Redemption Island
A former Marine, two NFL veterans and an ex-beauty queen are among the contestants on Survivor: Redemption Island.
CBS revealed 16 of the 18 players Monday and will unveil the remaining castaways — two former competitors — later this week.
Survivor announces redemption twist for Season 22
The crop of 16 includes Ashley Underwood, a 25-year-old nurse who represented Maine in the 2009 Miss USA pageant; Steve Wright, who played ...
What does Russell Brand look like made out of candy? The British actor gets a peek in this exclusive first-look photo of his Big Time Rush debut.
In the one-hour episode titled "Beach Blanket Big Time," Brand plays himself and we can only imagine what he and the band are up to.
Salma Hayek and ABC have teamed up to develop an eight-hour miniseries adaptation of Wicked, Variety reports.
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The project will not be a musical, but will rather be based on Gregory Maguire's best-seller, Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West, which spawned the Broadway hit. Erik Jendersen (Band of Brothers) is writing the script.
Hayek, who previously brought ...
Caroline Dhavernas, Tessa Thompson, Martin Henderson
Off the Map may seem like Grey's Anatomy in the jungle, especially with executive producer Shonda Rhimes attached. But series creator Jenna Bans tells TVGuide.com that the show will set itself apart.
How? Jungle medicine.
Map centers on three doctors, portrayed by Caroline Dhavernas, Zach Gilford and Mamie Gummer, who venture to South America to work at a clinic with less than hospitable surroundings and a natural lack of resources. "Here, it's 1952: You don't have high-tech, you don't have big pharma, you have your brain, you have your instincts," Dr. Ben (Martin Henderson) explains to the new doctors after he punches a guy in the face to act as anesthesia in the pilot's opening moments.
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"From the first frame of the show you see that this is not...
Jim Carrey tapped into the manic energy and physical comedy that defined his early career while hosting Saturday Night Live.
Carrey was game for anything, including proposing to an already married audience member during his monologue ...