David Cross, The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret
In IFC's The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret, David Cross plays a man whose little white lies snowball to such a degree that in one week he's gone from meek office temp to a criminal on trial for "funding a terrorist organization, possession of biological weapons, possession of child pornography, blackmail, espionage..."
Teach: Tony Danza
When Tony Danza stepped into the classroom for his new series Teach, his first victory wasn't his students' high marks on a test or getting everyone to turn in their homework on time. It was a rap ... on creation myths.
"Thought Thor was a gangster, and then one day, he woke up the sun to find a brand new day.
Today, still tough...
The upcoming third season of Lie to Me promises to be edgier and grittier than ever. So it makes sense that the new cast photo — which you can see after the jump — would follow suit.
Lie to Me: End of the line for Lightman and Reynolds
Season 3 finds Lightman (Tim Roth) and his team working above the law after severing its ties with the FBI. But, as also hinted in the photo, Lightman's rogue attitude will dramatically test the relationships and dynamics of The Lightman Group. In particular, a wedge is driven between Lightman and Foster (Kelli Williams), creating devastating consequences...
Heidi Klum is saying "auf wiedersehen" to Victoria's Secret, People reports.
"All good things have to come to an end. I will always love Victoria and never tell her secret. It's been an absolute amazing time!" the model said in a statement.
It's a bold analogy, but Blue Bloods star Will Estes will make it anyway.
After learning of the secret society twist in the CBS family cop drama, the actor says he immediately thought of another famed celluloid clan — albeit one on the other side of the law.
"It reminds me of ...
Brad Womack, Chris Harrison
Bachelor host Chris Harrison knows he has a lot of defending to do when it comes to the recent decision that named Brad Womack the next Bachelor. Brad notoriously dumped both DeAnna Pappas and Jenni Croft during the Season 11 finale, but Harrison tells TVGuide.com that Brad knows he was a jerk and after therapy and time, is ready for a second shot at love. Harrison explains why fan favorite Chris L. isn't starring in the next installment, how Brad has changed since we last saw him and what Harrison promises to do if the season ends in another failure.
If Outlaw's Cyrus Garza is on one side of a case, then best friend Al Druzinsky is on the other — even though they're on the same team. David Ramsey, who plays Druzinsky, tells TVGuide.com that although Garza, played by Jimmy Smits, may be conservative and Druzinsky liberal, the new NBC series is not about Red States vs. Blue States. Ramsey talks about why highly politicized, current legal issues make the show relevant, and how he hopes it'll open up people to conservations.
Lex Luthor has returned to Smallville — well, a younger, cloned version of him.
As far as we know, Little Lex is the last surviving clone, as the creepy older version burned down the lab in the season premiere before his demise. Now, Tess (Cassidy Freeman) is keeping the little tyke in her care in hopes that he won't grow into the monster Lex Luthor is known to be in the mythos.
Meet Smallville's newest intrepid reporter: Cat Grant
"She feels more hope that maybe at a young age, it won't turn into...