AMC has started production on its newest original series, The Killing, the network announced Thursday.
Based on the Danish TV series Forbrydelsen, the show focuses on the murder of a young Seattle girl, Rosie Larsen, and the ...
Kourtney, Khloe and Kim Kardashian
What kind of careers would the Kardashians be pursuing if they weren't famous?
New mother Kourtney would open up a kids clothing store, while newlywed Khloe wants to try out culinary school.
Imagine Glee without attention hog Rachel Berry, outspoken Kurt or ditzy Brittany. Well, a new crop of McKinley High students may be infiltrating New Directions sooner than you'd think.
Less than halfway through its sophomore season, series co-creator Ryan Murphy is already looking to the future of the popular musical comedy. He says he plans to replace the current cast with new actors once their characters graduate at the end of 2012.
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The Vampire Diaries' Damon (Ian Somerhalder) may play second fiddle to his brother Stefan (Paul Wesley) when it comes to many things, especially love, but he's second to none when it comes to one-liners.
Some of our favorites from the first two seasons:
After hearing that Scott Foley was cast on Grey's Anatomy as a dying patient who Teddy (Kim Raver) was going to offer more than medical help to save, fans' first reaction was obvious: He's Denny Duquette, Part 2.
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Denny (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and Izzie (Katherine Heigl) became a love story for the ages in Season 2. Girl meets boy, boy needs heart, girl unethically cuts LVAD wire so boy can get heart, boy dies anyway. And even while she married Alex (Justin Chambers) in Season 5, it was her true love Denny that she hallucinated about when she had cancer.
"Sure, there are some definite similarities there," Foley tells TVGuide.com."The fact that something might happen between Henry and Teddy...
His days on The Office are numbered, but Steve Carell is sticking with NBC. The 48-year-old actor has sold a half-hour comedy to the network, Deadline reports.
The project, tentatively titled The Post-Graduate Project, is based on Carell's early days working as a...