The alternate versions of Olivia and Walter may be playing for the same side on Fringe, but that doesn't mean they share the same objective.
Anna Torv's alt-Olivia, who the producers call Bolivia, was sent to our universe by "Walternate" (John Noble) on a mission to infiltrate the Fringe Division. However, a twinge of empathy has begun to creep up on Bolivia as she realizes this universe isn't filled with soulless devils as she was told...
Vince Vaughn says he's glad that a joke using the word "gay" will remain in his new film, The Dilemma.
In one scene, Vaughn, who plays an automotive consultant, says, "Ladies and gentleman, electric cars are gay." The joke was removed from the film's trailer three weeks ago after it was deemed insensitive by GLAAD, but director Ron Howard said last week that he will not cut the quip.
Ron Howard refuses to cut "gay" joke from The Dilemma
"I'm glad to hear it's staying ...
Fox has enlisted Glee star Jane Lynch to host its new holiday special, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
TV's Funniest Holiday Moments: A Paley Center for Media Special will look back at the small screen's most memorable...
Kanye West; George W. Bush
Kanye West says he understands why George W. Bush says the "all-time low" during his presidency was when the rapper claimed the former president "doesn't care about black people" — because he went through the same criticism after interrupting Taylor Swift.
"I definitely can understand the way he feels, to be accused of being a racist in any way, because the same thing happened to me, where I got accused of ...
"It's not anything that the audience can't handle," KaDee Strickland stresses as she sits in the living room of Sam's beachfront house on the Private Practice set during one of the few days she's not covered in prosthetic cuts, scrapes and bruises.
The "it" in this situation is her character Charlotte's sexual assault and brutal beating in this Thursday's episode of Private Practice (10/9c on ABC).
Private Practice tackles rape during sweeps
At the end of last week's episode, Charlotte walked out of her office at the hospital only to encounter a deranged man whose face the audience has yet to see (though we know he's played by Buffy alum Nicholas Brendon). After a harsh smack, he shoved her back into the dark office as the episode faded to black.
"The fact that she has this happen in her place of business is a very powerful statement because she has to go back to it," Strickland says. "It will never be the same thing to...
Forget the family friendly roles. Hilary Duff is going the ruthless, queen bee route for her upcoming guest role on Community.
"It was fun," Duff says. "I haven't really done anything where I got to be a bitch before."
On Thursday's episode (8/7c on NBC), Duff plays Meghan, Greendale's resident mean girl who bullies Britta, Shirley and Annie.
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"The mean girls are taking over and ...
The Big Bang Theory
Like any good FBI agent would, Eliza Dushku did her recon work before heading to The Big Bang Theory for her guest spot.
"I am a fan, but I have to be honest. I Wikipedia-ed each of their characters to see things that have been revealed and things that might be in their file so I would get lines that I wouldn't have made the connection to because I haven't watched every single episode," Dushku tells TVGuide.com. "When they said little things, I could ...
Chelsea Handler has scored yet another TV show: NBC has picked up a pilot based on the late-night host and comedienne's books, Deadline reports.
Chelsea Handler to star in comedy series on E!
The project, tentatively titled Are You There, Vodka? It's Me, Chelsea after one of Handler's books, will focus on a twentysomethingwoman named Chelsea, who won't have Handler's real-life profession, but will be a lot like her. Handler will not star in the series.