Rashida Jones will guest-star on FX's upcoming comedy, Wilfred, TVLine reports.
The series stars Elijah Wood (in his first series role) as Ryan, an introverted guy trying to find...
A slushie cart is wheeled across the stage where the cast of Glee is prepping to film the big Regionals showdown. The Dalton Academy Warblers and Coach Sue's recently acquired Aural Intensity wait in the wings. Uh-oh. Is New Directions in for a stinging, sweet-and-sticky ending?
Not likely. For the competition (premiering Tuesday at 8/7c), McKinley High's perpetually bullied gleeks are taking back the slushie, so to speak, and there's giddiness in the air.
Listen to Glee's original songs "Loser Like Me" and "Get It Right"
In Los Angeles' Saban Theater, crew members are equipping the audience, today made up of extras and some lucky Glee fans, with L-shaped foam fingers. The slushie cart is, in fact, a prop that will be used during New Directions' performance of "Loser Like Me," an infectious, geek-empowering kiss-off written especially for the episode. This time, the gleeks will be wielding the frozen drinks.
Secret Millionaire got a little poorer. After last week's premiere on ABC attracted some 12.6 million viewers, the program had almost 11.3 million coming back for more at 8/7c Sunday. It fell 21 percent among 18-to-49-year-olds to a 2.7 rating.
Donald Trump, Richard Hatch
Donald Trump says he's going to have a sit-down with Celebrity Apprentice contestant Richard Hatch after he was ordered back to prison for failing to re-file his taxes from his Survivor winnings.
"I don't know what it is with him," Trump tells TV Guide Network's Hollywood 411. "I like him, he's a nice guy. I thought he served his time and now he's going back to jail. ... I'm going to have to sit down with him and talk to him."
Richard Hatch ordered back to prison — again
Hatch turned himself in at U.S. District Court in Providence, R.I., on Monday to start a nine-month ...
Bryan Adams is expecting his first child with assistant Alicia Grimaldi.
"Alicia Grimaldi and I are expecting a baby," the rocker told ET Canada. "She helped ...
Hope you're all having a great 2011 so far. Are you ready for Season 12?
Everything is going great so far. As you now know, Kirstie Alley is my partner. We are having a blast. She is doing really well. What I like is that she's a lot better than I expected. I'll be honest: I came in and said to her, "You are out of shape." She said, "I am and I'm not hiding it. It's a great opportunity to get into shape. I don't want any limits. Do whatever needs to be done. It's a learning experience." I said, "Great!" And I came back with a routine and choreography like I would with anyone else and she gives me 100 percent in rehearsals every day.
Kirstie has a lot of ...
The Gretas of Chuck are no more.
In Monday's episode, Sarah (Yvonne Strahovski) and Chuck (Zachary Levi) will find out that the side mission Casey (Adam Baldwin) has been working on involves him joining a new team. And his co-workers are not called Greta anymore.
On Monday's The Bachelor finale, Brad Womack will hand out his final rose — or, not. Well, this time he probably will.
Should he give his final rose to Chantal, the sassy divorcée who slapped him during their first meeting? Or to Emily, the sweet Southern belle with a daughter at home. Or should he repeat his decision from Season 11 and choose neither?
Owsley "Bear" Stanley, a 1960s counterculture icon and prolific LSD producer who worked with The Grateful Dead, has died. He was 76.
Stanley died Saturday after a car he was driving swerved off a highway and hit trees down an embanked near Mareeba in Queensland, Australia, The Associated Press reports. His wife, Sheila, was treated for minor injuries from the crash.
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One of the pioneers of California's drug culture, Stanley produced ...