Ashley Hebert, The Bachelorette
Television finale season is upon us, but ABC is already lining up its summer programming.
The Alphabet network's warm-weather lineup includes the premiere of the ninth season of The Bachelorette and the return of cop drama Rookie Blue, New this summer are the debuts of The Hot Zone, Extreme Makeover: Weight Loss Edition and game shows Expedition Impossible, Take the Money and Run and 101 Ways to Leave a Game Show.
ABC announces finale dates
Adrian Pasdar has joined NBC's Untitled Kari Lizer project, TVGuide.com has learned.
The series stars Sarah Paulson as Mary, a relationship-challenged woman who guides people through unexpected career transitions and downsizings with the help of her co-workers. The 45-year-old actor will play...
Maya Rudolph has signed on to star opposite Christina Applegate in NBC's untitled Emily Spivey project, TVGuide.com has learned.
The project is an irreverent look at parenthood from the perspectives of an acerbic working mother (Applegate), her stay-at-home husband and her outspoken parents. The 38-year-old Saturday Night Live alum will play...
Cole Sprouse and Debby Ryan
Although Suite Life couple Cody and Bailey have recently reunited, star Debby Ryan, says the couple will have a major tiff in their upcoming Disney Channel original movie.
"They finally got back together and it was this huge monumental occasion," Ryan tells TVGuide.com. "They have a bit of a fight in the movie because he promised to spend their last spring break on the boat together, and it turns out he took an internship at a biology reserve."
Disney unveils new programming with familiar faces, rising stars
Mike Catherwood, Lacey Schwimmer
"Psycho Mike" Catherwood may have gotten the lowest score — a 13 — on Dancing with the Stars this week, but he's not letting it bring him down. "I'm using it to kick up my focus a notch," he tells TVGuide.com. "I know I'm not going to be the world's best dancer, but I'll just use it for fuel this week in rehearsal and try to be a lot better and blow their socks off on Monday. I'm probably not capable of doing that, but it's a good way of keeping me motivated." Still, the Loveline radio host doesn't think he was the worst dancer of the night.
Our top moments of the week:
13. Best Day of the Week: Hard to believe, but Rebecca Black's ubiquitous "Friday" is a rip-off of another song — or so Conan O'Brien claims. In his Conan video blog, the funnyman reveals that he did a music video a few weeks ago called "Thursday" that is vaguely similar to Black's "Friday" clip, with shout-outs to cereal (Cap'n Crunch) and driving in cars (his beloved 1992 Ford Taurus). Not to be outdone, Coco manages to squeeze in his own ...