After 10 seasons on Dancing with the Stars, Cheryl Burke still experiences firsts. "This season is the first time, I have to say, that I know all the celebrities," she tells TVGuide.com. "I didn't have to Google anyone!" Burke has had to brush up on the majority of her partners — including former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay, Chad Ochocinco, Emmitt Smith, Maurice Greene — save for Ian Ziering, Wayne Newton, and now, basketball star-turned-actor Rick Fox. "I knew who Rick Fox was. Aren't you proud of me?" Burke says. But the Dancing pro has bigger things to worry about this season than her partner's resume.
Just when you thought you've seen it all on TV, E! has ordered a new reality show that combines weddings and plastic surgery.
Bridalplasty will feature 12 brides-to-be competing in wedding-themed challenges to win the surgical procedure of her choice, the network announced Thursday.
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Elizabeth Reaser, Lili Taylor
Elizabeth Reaser and Lili Taylor are joining The Good Wife in recurring roles, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Executive producers Robert and Michelle King reveal that Reaser, 35, will play Tammy, a sports writer who will serve as a new love interest for Will (Josh Charles). Taylor, 43, will play Donna Seabrook, a possible romantic foil for Kalinda (Archie Panjabi)...
Should Jon Hamm go from Mad Men to Superman?
On Regis and Kelly Thursday, Hamm addressed online calls for him to star in Dark Knight director Christopher Nolan's take on the Man of Steel.
It looks like Gale Harold's character is the only person on Hellcats who's not all fired up about cheerleading. Harold joins the CW drama in episode 3 as a law professor who puts Marti (Aly Michalka) to the test.
"Julian Paris is trying to determine whether or not [Marti] is actually serious about what she's saying that she wants to do," he told TV Guide Magazine at the PaleyFest Fall TV Preview Party for the CW. "She's taken a scholarship as a cheerleader, and I don't know that he truly trusts that her intentions are actually pure."
For the actor...
Have the Roaring '20s ever roared with such vibrant, violent, extravagantly entertaining life as in HBO's Boardwalk Empire? This instantly captivating period piece feels thrillingly modern as it captures with remarkable detail a chaotic time of invention and re-invention, of social progress and prosperity upstaged by the gaudy corruption and jazzy debauchery of the Prohibition era.
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Boardwalk brilliantly marries Martin Scorsese's virtuosic cinematic eye to Terence Winter's (The Sopranos) panoramic mastery of rich character and eventful story. They romanticize Atlantic City as the Rome of a bootleg empire, where gangsters converge from Chicago and New York to traffic in illegal hooch (among other vices)...
Hulk Hogan is heading to court with the new game show Hogan's Court.
Hulk Hogan leaves hospital
The celebrity wrestler will serve as a judge in the kids live-action game show, according to the Hollywood Reporter. The series will resolve everyday sibling disputes, such as "Is a sister spending too much time in the bathroom?"
The stars of The League are willing to do anything for their show. And when we say anything, that includes barraging NFL players twice their size.
"There was one scene where I had to insult [Baltimore Ravens linebacker] Terrell Suggs, and everyone was like, 'We don't want to tell him that you're going to insult him — just go up and insult him,'" star Paul Scheer tells TVGuide.com. "Here's a guy who runs people over on the field and I had to ...
Whether they're set at news stations or in law firms, some of TV best's shows have centered on the workplace.
So we want to know: Which would you like to work in?
Maybe you'd like to be surrounded by Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce's creative advertising minds on Mad Men. Or perhaps The Office's Dunder Mifflin is more your speed. How about Murphy Brown's news station, or The West Wing's Oval Office?
Whatever the setting, we want to know! Tell us your ideal TV workplace in the comments after the jump.