Fox is picking up the freshman comedy Raising Hope for a full season, the network announced Wednesday, making the series the first new fall show to get a such a pickup this year.
"With Raising Hope, Greg Garcia captures...
In a new video urging gay teens not to take their own lives, Tim Gunn says he tried to commit suicide as a teenager.
"As a 17-year-old youth who was in quite a bit of despair, I attempted to kill myself. And I'm very happy today that attempt was unsuccessful, but at the time it was all ...
The investigation into Gary Coleman's death has been closed after police found no new information, Utah police told TVGuide.com.
The Santaquin Police Department closed the case Tuesday after ...
Dan Gordon-Levitt, guest and Joseph Gordon-Levitt
Dan Gordon-Levitt, the older brother of Joseph Gordon-Levitt better known as "Burning Dan," has died. He was 36.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt tweeted the news Tuesday evening and wrote a post on hitRECord.org, his collaborative website on which Dan was a partner.
"BURNING dAN brightly embodied that bold beastly bliss sometimes referred to as 'the creative spirit,'" he wrote. "He was my chief collaborator on the ...
Joe Mantegna and Daniel J. Travanti, Criminal Minds
Criminal Minds' Behavioral Analysis Unit has an obligation to keep bad guys off the street. But series star Joe Mantegna says every case isn't just about right and wrong.
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"Sometimes when a case gets resolved, there's always different aspects to consider. It's not always so cut-and-dried," he tells TVGuide.com "There are sometimes conditions that lend themselves to why these things happen. It's interesting when the stories have a little bit of a twist to them."
And Wednesday's episode (9/8c on CBS) has just that. When the BAU begins investigating a string of murders, Rossi (Mantegna) can't help but notice a similarity to a killer he chased over 25 years ago. Just when Rossi got close, the killer stopped, never to be heard from again — until now...
James Franco courtesy of Candy Magazine
Ever wonder what James Franco would look like as a woman?
Well, wonder no more.
The actor/full-time college student graces the cover of Candy magazine in drag, with slicked-back hair, jewelry, long black gloves and heavy make-up (check out that eye shadow). Fashion photographer Terry Richardson shot the spread.
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Candy — only in its second issue — describes itself as the "first fashion magazine ever completely dedicated to celebrating ...
Turning Twitter feeds into TV shows is so last week.
Continuing the trend of mining the Internet for TV ideas, ABC and Sony Pictures are developing a sitcom based on the website and book Awkward Family Photos, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Contractually, the show will work primarily from the book — which was spawned from the site and contains the same content — but it is unclear how the concept will translate into a series.
CBS has already launched $#*! My Dad Says, based on the popular Twitter feed, and last week ...