Something tells us no one is going arrive in an egg to the Academy Awards on Sunday, but there will still be plenty of fashion statements made. Check out TVGuide.com's streaming Fashion Cam, starting at 6 ET/3 PT, which will capture all the ...
"Will Jennifer find the strength to go on?" asks Ryan Seacrest. Really, American Idol? Is that how we're kicking off Part 2 of a two-hour Green Mile episode?
Oh, we can appreciate that Chris Medina's sad story made his elimination difficult for J.Lo. Our hearts are not made of stone. (Really, though, his Sing For Your Life song was barely recognizable as Coldplay. That's the truth.) But the false drama of her "I don't wanna do this anymore"... dare we say it's beneath even you, Idol? OK, enough of that. On to the Top 24!
Spartacus: Gods of the Arena
The finale of Spartacus: Gods of the Arena is upon us, and it's been a brief but bloody six episodes.
The prequel's newest face, Dustin Clare, teases what to expect in the finale, including a fight scene that took eight days to shoot.
Nick Turturro and Will Estes
A Blue Bloods spin-off?
There isn't one in the works, but that hasn't stopped fans from suggesting one to Will Estes and Nicholas Turturro.
"A lot of people come up to us and go, 'You guys should have a spin-off!'" Turturro tells TVGuide.com. "I'm not saying now, but hey — The Reagan and Renzulli Show? I'd watch it! But in all seriousness, we take it as a compliment that they are such fans of us."
Check out photos from Blue Bloods
While the CBS drama focuses on the Reagans, New York's finest crime-fighting family, headed by Tom Selleck, it's Turturro's and Estes' odd couple pairing of training officer Sgt. Anthony Renzulli and rookie cop Jamie Reagan that's stealing the show week in and week out. Between their ...
The Independent Spirit Awards are known as the anti-Oscars, but something tells Joel McHale that the two ceremonies will have a lot in common this year.
"I think all the nominees will be read [at the Indie Spirits] and The King's Speech will win everything," he quips to TVGuide.com. "It cannot be stopped. It will not be ...
Charlie Sheen won't be going back to work on Two and a Half Men next week after all — and he's not happy about it.
CBS and Warner Bros. Television announced Thursday that production on the sitcom will shut down for the rest of the season. News arrives just hours after Sheen's rant on the Alex Jones Show radio program earlier Thursday morning, in which he bashed Two and a Half Men creator Chuck Lorre.