Brothers & Sisters
If you thought the Walkers had issues on Brothers & Sisters, wait until you see the Laurents in action.
"They may put the Walkers to shame," Gilles Marini, who plays Luc Laurent, tells TVGuide.com. "It is just pure drama, through and through. There's no other way to describe it. I don't think the Walkers have even dealt with something or someone like that before."
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That "someone" is Luc's mother, Gabriela (Sonia Braga), a life-of-the-party former screen siren who unexpectedly drops by Sunday's episode to visit her son ...
Emma Watson and Daniel Radcliffe
You'd think that after growing up together on the set of the Harry Potter movies, stars Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson would be uncomfortable kissing each other for a scene in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1. Radcliffe says no.
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"To be honest, it wasn't too awkward. It was quite enjoyable. I quite liked it," the 21-year-old told TV Guide Network. "She was very good as well, I might add. It was passionate. I thought it was going to be a slow, soft shy kind of thing, but no, that went out the window very quickly. It was vigorous. It was great!"
Watson, on the other hand, found the whole thing to be incredibly awkward. "It was like some weird social experiment," she said. But the kiss itself wasn't so bad. "He is a good kisser. I can definitely vouch for that," she says.
Check out the clips below, and tune in to TV Guide Network's Big Movie Premiere: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows on Wednesday, Nov. 17 at Midnight/11c for more interviews with cast, behind-the-scenes footage, on-set secrets and all the excitement from the red carpet. ...
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I just want to get this out of the way: Everything's cool with Carrie Ann. She's passionate and I'm passionate. We made up afterward. Everything's back to normal. I never expected it to get blown up like it did, but I guess it was like, "reality drama"! We talked after the show and everything's great now. The post-mortem is that ...
Tom Hanks, Conan O'Brien
This was a week dominated by the Coco Express (and the launch of Conan took some of my focus off prime time this week, so this will be a more selective roundup). Let's start there.
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LATE NIGHT WITH COCO: If Conan O'Brien keeps creeping earlier and earlier onto the schedule with each step of his career (from 12:30 to 11:30 and now to 11/all times ET), eventually he'll be ready for prime time. But not really. As I noted in my insta-reaction to Conan's opening night, the move to basic cable (feeding nicely into Conan's self-mocking persona) is the equivalent of going from Broadway to off-Broadway. Ergo the hipster beard. Being the underdog suits Conan, and while his explosive opening ratings quickly came down to earth, it's clear that a significant slice of the younger fan base is thrilled to see this funky and deeply silly Irish folk hero of TV comedy get back in the game...
The TV season is in full swing, and new shows like Hawaii Five-0 and Nikita have really connected with audiences. But have any of your favorite returning shows Jumped the Shark?
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True Blood has cast Dexter alum Courtney Ford as a recurring guest for Season 4, a show rep tells TVGuide.com.
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Ford — who played Trinity's daughter (and Quinn's ladyfriend) Christine last season on Dexter — will play ...
Do you have a kid who's always texting, gaming or surfing the net? Supernanny's Jo Frost stopped by our studio to give us a sneak peek at the new season and to discuss one of the most common issues parents are faced with today: the abuse of technology. Frost offers solutions to protect kids without restricting their online freedoms. ...
Weekly World News
The National Enquirer must be so jealous. Fox is developing a 30-minute comedy based on the supermarket tabloid Weekly World News, according to Variety.
The publication, which stopped printing in 2007 but continues to produce outlandish stories (that they maintain are true) via its website, is best known for its coverage of everything from ...