With no official word on the future of NBC's late-night lineup, current Tonight Show host Conan O'Brien came out swinging Friday, both on the air and off, amid reports he may be bumped back to 12:05/11:05c.
After remaining mum Thursday night, O'Brien...
Welcome to Mystic Falls, Melinda Clarke.
The actress will step into the role of Kelly Donovan, Matt's...
Amanda Bynes wants you to know she's not that little kid from that Nickelodeon show anymore. And what better way to prove that than by stripping down for Maxim?
"I had the best time on this shoot. I think every shot I did was sexy ...
Chuck - Zach Levi, Ryan McPartlin
Have you ever wondered what happens when one spy infiltrates another spy's interview? You're about to find out. TVGuide.com caught up with Chuck's Zachary Levi while he was on location at the NBC Experience Store in New York to get the inside word on the new season. Ryan McPartlin, super-sleuth that he is, happened to be in the TV Guide Network studios in Los Angeles at the time and decided to join in on the fun. Find out from Levi which relationship will suffer this season, who his dream kissing-partner is and how McPartlin will single handedly bring in millions of viewers.
Barack Obama, Lost
Time to put away that "#NoStateofUnionFeb2" hash tag.
President Barack Obama's State of the Union address will not bump Lost's final season premiere, White House spokesman Robert Gibbs said at a news briefing Friday.
"I don't foresee ...
The Simpsons executive producer Al Jean
After 20 years and nearly 450 episodes, The Simpsons received a surprising distinction: an endorsement from the Vatican.
"I called my father — whose been going to Catholic Mass for 70 years — and I said, 'So it turns out I've been doing God's work all this time,'" laughs longtime executive producer Al Jean. (The official Vatican newspaper praised the show last month for its "realistic and intelligent writing.")
Even without the Roman Catholic Church's approval, the series has thrived. Playing in more than 90 countries, the longest-running prime-time scripted series will simultaneously celebrate its 20th anniversary and 450th episode Sunday. The Simpsons 20th Anniversary Special: In 3D! On Ice!, airing Sunday at 8:30/7:30c, will look back at both the show's humble origins and worldwide impact.
TVGuide.com talked with Jean — the series' current showrunner and a writer since Season 1 — about the show's anniversary, his favorite characters and guest stars.