Tyler Evans (Logan Huffman), a whiny, rebellious teenager who is dating the Visitor Lisa (Laura Vandervoort), has made it much harder for his mom, Erica (Elizabeth Mitchell), to make a dent in the lizard people's plans. Huffman tells TVGuide.com that his character's demeanor is about to change and that he may in fact be the real hero of the series. Plus: What does Tyler have in common with Luke Skywalker?
Chris Brown will host a Haiti benefit concert in his home state of Virginia on May 15, according to his website.
The proceeds from "Chris Brown & Friends, Virginia Stand Up!, A Call to Action" will go to...
Are the misadventures of Don Draper halfway over?
Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner reportedly told members of the National Association of Broadcasters that he couldn't envision writing the AMC drama beyond a sixth season, according to fansite TheWeeklyBlend.com. The report created a firestorm of Internet speculation that the show's end was in sight.
Has True Blood's Anna Camp gone Mad?
AMC's response? "No one wants to see Don Draper wearing a leisure suit," the network said in a statement. "We trust Matthew's vision...
Aiden Turner isn't the only one who felt cheated after his Dancing with the Stars elimination. The former All My Children star says his partner, Edyta Sliwinska, disagreed with the result as well.
"If you ... look at other people's performances, we were being scored on our performance value and also our technique, and you could really see that there were other people's technique and performances that weren't as good as ours," he tells TVGuide.com. "She really felt like we...
Friday Night Lights
For those Friday Night Lights fans without DirecTV, mark your calendars for Friday, May 7, when the high school football drama returns to NBC. Season 4 includes deaths, births and the end of many relationships. Get a sneak peek at the new season below:
ABC will air five hours of Lost-themed programming on the night of the show's series finale.
How do you want Lost to end?
First up on Sunday, May 23: a two-hour recap show of all six seasons of Lost at 7/6c. At 9/8c will be the actual two-hour series finale episode of the series. Finally, at 11:35/10:35c, Lost fanatic Jimmy Kimmel will host...
There's lots of crying on Dancing with the Stars, but Nicole Scherzinger won't contribute any more tears after shedding her fair share following her rumba last week. "I was just caught up in the moment. It's done, it's over. I've moved forward and you're not going to see that again," she tells TVGuide.com. "This week is going to be different." The Pussycat Doll will tango to Roy Orbison's "Pretty Woman" with Derek Hough as part of movie week and says she approached the dance with a whole new attitude. Find out what how she picked herself up after her meltdown, what injury she's nursing and more.
The Biggest Loser - Alison Sweeney
Don't let all the good feelings fool you: for all the teamwork — and even romance — on the Biggest Loser, host Alison Sweeney tells TVGuide.com there was "definitely some friction" during filming this season. "Let's not forget Michael's choice of teams, the elimination of Stephanie, and Melissa's strategy" the 33-year-old says. She also talked about why Stephanie's surprise elimination wasn't a surprise to her and why she doesn't play favorites.
TVGuide.com: Were you surprised at how much of a game-player Melissa was?
Alison Sweeney: At this point, I'm never surprised to see a game player. People watch reality TV, most of our contestants are fans of Biggest Loser before they join the show, and at that point, it's just a personal choice how to play the game. Melissa chose her path, and that's...