John Corbett, who played Aidan on Sex and the City for two seasons, told Ellen DeGeneres he will be appearing in the series' upcoming film sequel.
"These rumors started about seven months ago because somebody took a picture of me in Morocco and I felt really bad because for the last six months every time somebody said: Are you in this movie? I had to...
Awards season just ended. Now start marking your calendar for the next one.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced Thursday that the 83rd Academy Awards will take place Feb. 27. The ceremony will be broadcast on ABC. Nominees will be...
Gordon Ramsay has tapped restaurateur-winemaker Joe Bastianich and four-star chef Graham Elliot Bowles for MasterChef .
Ramsay's new competition series, which will air on Fox, puts amateur chefs to the test in various challenges as they try to...
The Real Housewives of New Jersey
Reality TV fans, it's time to head back to the Garden State and check in with our favorite Jersey girls. No, we're not talking about Snooki and J-WOWW; we're talking about The Real Housewives of New Jersey. Since we last saw the five ladies, Teresa Giudice has welcomed her fourth child and Danielle Staub's daughter has entered the world of modeling. But...
Cory Monteith, Lea Michele, Matthew Morrison and Jane Lynch
Glee returns April 13 with more songs, drama and Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch) than ever. Check out two new promos for the Golden Globe-winning show below, which include songs from the first episode to return, "Hello," and a little taste of "The Power of Madonna" episode...
Although True Blood's third season doesn't premiere until June 13 (9/8c), fans of the HBO vampire drama can whet their palates with one of 12 new posters.
The posters, the first of which features a blood-filled coffee pot, are designed to entice and excite fans with images that reference favorite moments, popular themes and insider storylines. The viral campaign will continue over 12 consecutive weeks, and each poster can be found on HBO.com, True Blood's Facebook page, and various other sites.
The reality dance floor is getting crowded: CBS has ordered its own dancing-competition series, the network announced Thursday.
The network has teamed up with Reveille to adapt the U.K. hit Got to Dance, which is billed as the first dance series with no age or genre restrictions. On the show, which premiered across the pond in December, competitors ...