Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
It's not a Real Housewives reunion without a blowout or two. And based on the trailer for the upcoming Beverly Hills reunion, some choice words will be exchanged among the ladies.
We gather that Kyle and Camille will go at it again, Kim will shed some tears about the way her sister treats her, Camille is convinced her negative portrayal on the show was a "setup" and Andy Cohen brings up a drinking problem with one of the ladies.
Check it out in the trailer after the jump.
Real Housewives of Atlanta
What did Real Housewives of Atlanta star NeNe Leakes think when she saw herself get into a screaming match with on-again, off-again friend Kim Zolciak?
"It's an embarrassing thing to see as a mother and as an adult," Leakes said in an interview Tuesday. "I apologize to my viewers and fans, and to my children and family and friends who love and care about me. ...I apologize to them for them having to see me stoop to such a trashy level. When you fool with trash, it can get all over you."
Glee, Bones, The Office
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When are Rachel and Finn getting back together on Glee? — Harper
NATALIE: You'll be waiting a while on that one. "We are broken up," Lea Michele says with finality. "We're bringing Rachel back to Season 1 a little bit with the yearning for Finn." So look for more of Rachel trying to get back together with Finn every now and then. And also lots of Michele's crying face.
What else can you tell me about the Bones sniper episode? I want to see it already! — Justin
ADAM: Why don't I let David Boreanaz, who also directed the pivotal episode, tell you? "It will definitely be the finale of the Gravedigger," he confirms. But it sounds like the Gravedigger (aka U.S. Attorney Heather Taffet) has one final trick up her sleeve, as Boreanaz hinted at...
Randy Jackson, Jennifer Lopez, Steven Tyler, Ryan Seacrest and Jimmy Iovine
Most living, breathing Americans already know American Idol is undergoing a facelift for its 10th season. Simon Cowell, Kara DioGuardi and Ellen DeGeneres are out. Steven Tyler and Jennifer Lopez are in. But new judges aren't the only major changes coming. This year will see a campaign against those McSoulful singer-songwriter types, the inclusion of younger contestants, a ban on all "dawgs." (OK, maybe just less of them.)
Before Wednesday's premiere (8/7c on Fox), TVGuide.com breaks down what's new, what's gone and how all these changes will alter the Idol universe...
Barbara Bloom, senior vice president of CBS Daytime, will leave the network when her contract expires at the end of the month.
"I've had the great fortune to work with an extraordinary group of executives, producers and talent who make CBS No. 1 in daytime," Bloom said Tuesday in a statement. "With CBS Daytime teed up for success and stability for many years ahead, the timing ...
Retired at 35
Working hard or hardly working? For at least one of the stars of Retired at 35, it's the latter.
"It is like hardly working. I can tell you that's the best kind!" George Segal tells TVGuide.com. "It's [shows] like this that keep you from even considering retirement."
Retired at 35 star George Segal: Will work for cigars, banjo
On the new TV Land sitcom (premieres Wednesday at 10:30/9:30c), Johnathan McClain stars as David, a 35-year-old stressed-out business drone who abruptly quits his job while visiting his parents, Alan (Segal) and Elaine (Jessica Walter), and subsequently moves in with them. His epiphany inspires his mother to dump Alan, leaving ...