Call Me Fitz
Jason Priestley rose to fame playing the smart and honorable Brandon Walsh on Beverly Hills, 90210, but his latest role as Richard "Fitz" Fitzpatrick couldn't be any more opposite.
In the DirecTV series Call Me Fitz, Priestley plays a used car salesman whose guilt-free lifestyle becomes complicated when a man named Larry shows up claiming to be his conscience.
"He's not hamstrung by any moral bounds," Priestley tells TVGuide.com about the character. "Then this guy Larry shows up [and] knows a little too much about Fitz, so he has no choice but to keep him close."
Kick Buttowski - Suburban Daredevil
What would you do for the opportunity to meet your idol? For Kick Buttowski, the answer is just about anything.
In the Season 2 premiere of Disney XD's Kick Buttowski — Suburban Daredevil, Kick learns his idol Rock Callahan, voiced by NBA star Dwight Howard, is coming to town. With just one ticket left to meet Rock, Kick and his best friend, Gunther, go head to head in a grass-cutting competition to buy the last ticket.
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Blake Lively is the latest celeb to hop aboard the redhead train.
The Gossip Girl actress, who debuted her new 'do at the Time 100 Most Influential People gala on Tuesday, says she went red for a role.
President Barack Obama
President Barack Obama has put any doubt about his birthplace to rest by releasing the long-form version of his birth certificate.
In a press conference Wednesday morning, Obama said that the question of whether he was really born in Honolulu, Hawaii, has been going on for two and a half years.
"Over that time, I've watched with amusement, I've been puzzled at how this thing has kept on going," he said. "Normally, I would not comment on something like this. ... But two weeks ago, when the Republican House had put forward a budget that had huge consequences for the country ... the dominant news story wasn't about these huge choices, but about my birth certificate."
Kate Hudson and Matthew Bellamy
Kate Hudson is engaged to Matthew Bellamy, she announced Wednesday morning on Today.
"It just happened a week ago," she said. "I haven't really announced it. I feel like the announcement feels so silly. I was just waiting for someone to notice [the ring]."
Jennifer Lopez, husband Marc Anthony, American Idol creator Simon Fuller and director-choreographer Jamie King are teaming up for a new trilingual show called Q'Viva! The Chosen, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The series will feature Lopez and Anthony as they travel for three months searching for the best performers in Latin music, dance and artistry who can put on the ultimate live extravaganza.
You've heard the hype: On NBC's The Voice, contestants are judged by celebrities who can't see them! There are no train wrecks! Everyone's talented! It's the anti-American Idol!
How NBC's The Voice plans to out-class TV's singing competitions
But does it all result in a show that can compete with the attention already paid to Idol, watched by an average of 25 million viewers? Is there room for both? We watched Tuesday's two-hour premiere of The Voice to figure out what the big differences between the two are (and, OK, weigh in on which we think is better. For now.)