Fox feted its stars and the press at the annual Television Critics Association summer press tour with ...
Ryan O'Neal, Tatum O'Neal
Ryan O'Neal will star alongside estranged daughter Tatum O'Neal in a reality series documenting their attempt to reconcile, Variety reports.
The series, titled Lost and Found, is produced by Endemol USA and will be pitched to networks in the coming days...
Nigel Lythgoe, Jimmy Iovine
Major changes to American Idol are firming up, among them deals for Nigel Lythgoe to return as executive producer and music executive Jimmy Iovine to play an on- and off-camera role.
Lythgoe, who left Idol two years ago, has signed his deal to ...
Now that NBC has assembled the cast of Law & Order: Los Angeles, you might be curious about the team's first case. Series creator Dick Wolf promised he wouldn't shy away from stories based on real Tinseltown scandals, and is following up on that by titling his first episode "Hollywood...
Criss Angel Mindfrea
For the sixth season of his tricks-and-treats series Mindfreak (Wednesday, 10/9c, A&E), illusionist Criss Angel throws open the doors of his new Las Vegas estate for a glimpse of life behind the magic curtain. "I bring a lot of my personal life into this season. The show takes place around my home," says Angel of the 22,000-square-foot spread he's dubbed "Serenity." "It's the first home I've ever owned, and it gives [Mindfreak] a whole different feel...
Brad Goreski, The Rachel Zoe Project
During the Season 3 premiere of The Rachel Zoe Project, Taylor Jacobson was fired by — or left, depending on who you believe — Rachel Zoe. In her wake, adorable, formerly bowtie-clad assistant Brad Goreski was promoted to style director and immediately handed a major Harper's Bazaar cover shoot with Demi Moore, a giraffe and some armadillo shoes. As you can see, he handled it masterfully.
Goreski talked to TVGuide.com about life without Jacobson, and what — or who — the new source of drama is this season.