Margo Martindale, Justified
Margo Martindale has joined the cast of Justified for the second season, TVGuide.com has learned.
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Martindale, 59, will play Mags Bennett, a towering figure in the Harlan County criminal world. She's the matriarch of the Bennett clan, which has had a Hatfield and McCoys-type relationship with Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) and his family for years.
The Bennetts have been the biggest pot farmers in Eastern Kentucky for generations, and they were bootleggers before that. Mags is described as a defender of the old ways, and even at her age, she's more dangerous than ever...
Matisyahu has a holiday gift to offer: a new Hanukkah pop anthem.
"There are so many Christmas songs out there," Matisyahu says. "I wanted to give the Jewish kids something to be proud of. We've got Adam Sandler's song, which is hilarious, but I wanted to try to get across some of the depth and spirituality inherent in the holiday in a fun, celebratory song."
The video, titled "Miracle," takes Matisyahu into a dream world — on ice. Watch it after the jump.
Bad things seem to happen to everyone around Terriers' Hank Dolworth.
In the penultimate episode of the FX drama's first season, Hank (Donal Logue) pulled Jason Adler (Loren Dean), the new husband of Hank's ex-wife Gretchen (Kimberly Quinn), into his investigation of a corporate conspiracy that threatens Ocean Beach. And by the episode's end, Jason was dead.
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"I was completely shocked," Quinn tells TVGuide.com of when she first read the script...
Former American Idol judge Kara DioGuardi is writing a memoir about her time at the judges' table.
The book, titled A Helluva High Note: Surviving Life, Love, and American Idol, will be published by It Books, a division of HarperCollins, a rep for the publisher confirms.
So Susan Boyle isn't perfect.
The Scottish singer, who rose to worldwide fame on YouTube after her Britain's Got Talent audition stunned the judges, cut her performance of "O Holy Night" short on The View Tuesday. As she approaches the song's chorus, Boyle's voice audibly cracks and she grimaces.
Top Chef All-Stars
The new All-Stars edition of Top Chef recruited the crème de la crème of cheftestants. So, it's no surprise that the producers had to up the level of difficulty a bit.
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But according to the contestants, their Quickfire and Elimination Challenges are Herculean. "[It's like] 'Can you cook a three course meal while running a marathon?,'" Season 5's Carla Hall says of the experience.
In addition to the ambitious tasks the cheftestants face, Season 1 alum Tiffani Faison says the new season will take the chefs all over New York City. "They busted their asses to get us out of the kitchen and get us into incredible venues and incredible environments," she says.
Top Chef All-Stars give their holiday cooking tips
Watch our full video interview with Carla, Tiffani, Dale, Angelo and other All-Stars after the jump.