Although viewers may take issue with The Bachelor's date to the race track this week, host Chris Harrison maintains it a was positive experience for both Brad and Emily, whose race car driver-fiancé died seven years ago.
"We have a finite amount of time [and] they have to tackle this issue," he tells TVGuide.com.
While the group date may have been controversial, and the two-on-one date was emotional, Shawntel's shopping spree was the most desirable. Harrison talks more about each date in detail, what happened in Las Vegas that we didn't see, and why the reality show's format is changing for the...
Zsa Zsa Gabor
Zsa Zsa Gabor was taken to the hospital to treat a high fever, fluid in her lungs and an infection in her right leg, which was amputated last month, The Associated Press reports.
According to her husband, Frederic Prinz von Anhalt, Gabor had a...
Jaime Pressly has been formally charged with two misdemeanor counts of driving under the influence, People reports.
In January, Pressly was pulled over in Santa Monica, Calif., and was taken into custody after...
The Kennedys miniseries has finally found a home: ReelzChannel.
ReelzChannel CEO Stan Hubbard told The Hollywood Reporter that the first two episodes will air Sunday, April 3, with the remaining six to air on successive nights that week.
The pickup comes nearly a month after A&E Television Networks abruptly dropped the project from its History channel — starring Greg Kinnear and Katie Holmes as John F. Kennedy and Jackie Kennedy, respectively — because it is "not a fit for the History brand."
While CBS is making contingency plans because Charlie Sheen's in rehab, a rerun of Two and a Half Men pulled in 11.2 million viewers, more than any Monday prime-time show. Last week, another rerun had 11.4 million people watching, according to Nielsen figures.
Meanwhile, Bravo's Real Housewives of Atlanta showed up all other editions of Housewives in Sunday's season finale, which became the most-watched episode in the franchise's history.
NCIS: Los Angeles
When last we saw Peter Cambor on NCIS: Los Angeles, his character, operational psychologist Nate Getz, was packing up his office for a secret assignment.
Exclusive: What's next for NCIS: Los Angeles' Nate?
Nate returns in Tuesday's episode, and while the team reunion may be sweet, don't expect an abundance of revelations about Nate's disappearance.
"The mystery still remains as to where exactly he's gone, but what you need to know is he's done some special training to improve the skill set he already has," Cambor tells TVGuide.com. "You get to see my new skills come to use, and I'll say it's not like he went to typing school."
Indeed, Nate goes undercover at a prison with Sam...
Coby Bell, Wendy Raquel Robinson and Hosea Chanchez
Like so many working actor, the stars of The Game kept busy until they got that call from BET.
"I did a pilot for ABC," Wendy Raquel Robinson tells TVGuide.com. "Unfortunately, that ...