This week we are in East Setauket, NY building a home for the Lutz Family. What's really amazing about this family is that they're a family of 18 adopted kids — six of those children have Down syndrome.
Kathleen, the eldest, took over the care of her siblings when their parents passed away. She has been holding this family together and it's been a lot of work for her. The work that Kathleen does in caring for her siblings is absolutely phenomenal. With Down syndrome, these kids will never be able to go out into the real world, live on their own or have real jobs. So this week, we're bringing the real world to them.
While most Dwarf Caiman crocodiles (and humans) celebrate Halloween on Oct. 31, little Hadies got in on the costumed fun a few weeks early.
YouTube user MorRokko dressed up her very obedient pet croc Hadies as ...
Drug dealer Nancy Botwin (Mary-Louise Parker) sure blew her chance at Mother of the Year on Weeds this season. Her once sweet son Shane (Alexander Gould) has sprouted into a disturbed killer who can hold his own in a Mexican standoff. We asked the soft-spoken Gould, 16, about playing TV's youngest psycho killer....
Looks like The Event's supersecretive Sophia Maguire (Laura Innes) — the leader of several longtime detainees of the U.S. government — has started opening up about her group's top-secret origins. Why now? She has faith in U.S. president Elias Martinez (Blair Underwood)...
It's a whole new reality for Lauren Conrad: The Hills' leading lady will be returning to MTV for a new series following her budding fashion career, and she tells TV Guide Magazine this time she's in control of just how intrusive the ever-present cameras will be....
Days after her first appearance on Chuck, Linda Hamilton is on the set of the NBC spy comedy working hard. She's shooting an important scene that requires multiple takes of her running back and forth, and back and forth. "For such a light-hearted romp, they sure do shoot a lot," she tells reporters on set. "There's like two hours' worth of action in every hour. We are spending our good long days working hard to make it all look easy."
Chuck producers: Chuck has mommy issues
The Wonder Pets!, Steven Tyler
Singers Steven Tyler, Idina Menzel and Ziggy Marley are voicing an upcoming episode of Nickelodeon's The Wonder Pets!, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
"What a blast! It's something I've wanted to do forever and to get a chance to do this is just another dream come true, another feather in the cap!" Tyler, who just joined the American Idol judges' panel, said in a statement about the upcoming special.
Lara Flynn Boyle
E!'s next celebrity reality series won't star a Kardashian sister or a Girl Next Door, but rather Lara Flynn Boyle.
The network has green-lit a pilot presentation of a docu-reality series about the former Practice star, Deadline reports. The as-yet-untitled series would follow Boyle as she ...
Dancing With The Stars
After coming oh-so-close to the Mirrorball trophy twice, Dancing with the Stars' Anna Trebunskaya is ready to go all the way this season with Kurt Warner. "I hope so. It's still a long way to go, but I think we can do it," she tells TVGuide.com. "Kurt's working really hard and has made a lot of strides in the past week alone." That progress was reflected last week, as the retired National Football League quarterback earned unanimous praise from the judges and improved his score two points to 21. Find out what Trebunskaya — who finished second with Jerry Rice and Evan Lysacek in Seasons 2 and 10, respectively — is working on with Warner the most for Monday's storytelling theme and get her thoughts on Bruno Tonioli's harsh critique of Michael Bolton.
Tim Roth, Lie to Me
When Lie to Me returns for its third season, Cal Lightman and his team of lie-detecting scientists will be freed from their ties to Ben Reynolds and the FBI.
But while the show's producers made that decision to allow Lightman (Tim Roth) to take on different kinds of cases, will the lack of checks and balances prove dangerous for the Lightman Group?
Lie to Me: End of the line for Lightman and Reynolds
"We are leaning into Lightman's general conflict with power and authority," executive producer Alexander Cary tells TVGuide.com. "In the first episode of Season 3, he goes too far. He sails extremely close to the wind...