Zev and Justin
To say the Rio leg on The Amazing Race: Unfinished Business was not made for Zev Glassenberg and Justin Kanew would be an understatement. First, Zev and his "white boy rhythm" clashed with the samba Roadblock and then the best friends — the hairiest team of all — had to endure even more cruel and unusual punishment: waxing. "I don't know if the leg was designed to torture us, but it certainly did do that," Justin tells TVGuide.com. "We're going to give them the benefit of the doubt that they didn't throw that waxing thing in there when they saw that we were in the final four." Still, there are no hard feelings — just a little bleeding — since "the Race doesn't decide how hairy we are."
Over the course of its first season, Nikita has become a show about loss and difficult choices as much as espionage and violence. It's no surprise then that one of the principal characters meets a Division-related demise on Thursday's finale (9/8c on the CW).
"Yes, someone dies," Lyndsy Fonseca confirms to TVGuide.com. "Everything that happens in the finale is not just for the sake of killing people or for the sake of a good storyline. Stuff has been kind of brewing for a long time, and I think it's going to be really emotional."
Wednesday's American Idol reminds us that this week's vote will decide which singers get to go "home as heroes." I personally think they'll all go home pretty famous, but I won't get into that now. In any case, to win those all-important votes, the singers must sing songs that inspire them before diving into the songbook of Leiber and Stoller, who wrote many hits in the post-World War II era. And who is the best person to guide the wannabes through that classic song book? Lady Gaga! Yeah, I don't get the connection either, but Gaga is in the house. So, who was the best? Let's find out....
Ian Somerhalder and Nina Dobrev
While last week's episode of The Vampire Diaries was action-packed, and full of death and rings of fire, Thursday's season finale will have a different tone. "There's a lot of emotional resolution," executive producer Julie Plec says. But don't think that means anyone is safe. "A lot of our characters, in some way or another, are at extreme risk," Plec says. "There are some moves and surprises that will make the audience yell at us."
In Part 2 of our chat with Plec, she discusses plans to dig deeper into the backstory of the originals and why "Delena" fans will love the second half of the Season 2 finale.
Filmmaker Michael Moore joins a growing list of commentators who will contribute to Keith Olbermann's upcoming Current TV show, the network announced Wednesday.
Moore, a regular guest on Olbermann's MSNBC show, will be joined by...
Bethenny Frankel has been sued by two of her former managers, who claim they helped pair the reality star with the Skinnygirl cocktail brand, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Raw Talent filed suit against the...
Seth Gabel, Fringe
Amidst the bloodbath of cancellations at Fox, there's good news for one series: Seth Gabel has been promoted to series regular on Fringe going into its fourth season, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Fox cancels Human Target, Lie to Me and Chicago Code
The 29-year-old actor has recurred as Fringe Division boss Lincoln "Linc" Lee from the other universe since...