Do you dig reptilian aliens who masquerade as beautiful humans? Do you love Elizabeth Mitchell and Scott Wolf? Are you looking for a new sci-fi influenced show to fill the void that Lost will soon leave? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then you should watch the first nine minutes of ABC's remake of the 1980s miniseries, V, below...
After nine years and 19 seasons of Survivor, it takes a lot to rattle host Jeff Probst. But once Galu team leader Russell Swan collapsed during Thursday's reward challenge and lost consciousness again minutes later, Probst was forced to send Russell home and called the experience his "scariest moment" on the show. Russell, 42, may not have won the million-dollar prize, but tells TVGuide.com about coming away with a new lease on life and also tells us why he thinks his role as...
It's that time of year, oh-yeah!
Get ready for next Friday night when you can sip "shocktails" and devour "horror d'oeuvres" while watching a very special Ghost Whisperer Halloween Fright Night that includes tons of Love from the Spirit World. Everyone at Ghost Whisperer is hard at work on Halloween Tricks and Treats. Be sure to check back with us right here on Tuesday, October 27th for our very special TVGuide.com blog that will help you close in on the Ghost Whisperer mystery being rolled out on Halloween weekend. In regards to next Friday's all new original episode, we're being asked over and over, what's it all about? House hauntings? Broken hearts and never ending love? Legends and myths? Ghostly equestrians galloping across fog-shrouded countryside's? Vampires on the prowl of unsuspecting victims? To find out for yourself, check right in here on Tuesday for clues and spooky, fun online stuff to do all of next week.
Soupy Sales, the boundary-breaking comedian who good-naturedly endured, by his count, more than 20,000 pies to the face, has died. He was 83.
The comic's anything-for-a-laugh pie-throwing shtick became his trademark, and stars including Frank Sinatra, Tony Curtis and Shirley MacLaine took one in the face on the comedian's television show in the early 1960s.
His nerdy cool paved the way for such later comedians as Pee Wee Herman ...
After Top Chef's highly anticipated "Restaurant Wars" episode, Laurine Wickett was sent packing. TVGuide.com caught up with the culinary cast-off to find out why she ended up managing the floor, whether she felt she deserved to go home and if she really did hide from the judges.
Top Chef's Ash: Padma and I didn't see eye-to-eye
TVGuide.com: Why did you decide to take on the role in front as house manager?
Laurine Wickett: It wasn't so much choice as it was as a default process. I have my own catering company, and I've often had to take on the floor due to a turnover in staff or if someone is sick. So I have floor experience, but ...