Manute Bol, a former professional basketball star and humanitarian has died, according to The Washington Post. He was 47.
Bol died Saturday at the University of Virginia Medical Center after suffering internal bleeding and other complications from Stevens-Johnson Syndrome...
The Leverage crew has gotten out of more than its fair share of sticky situations before, but what will the team do now that Nate (Timothy Hutton) is behind bars?
During a visit to the TVGuide.com video studio, Hutton was more than happy to share what his character has up his sleeve, much to the chagrin of his co-stars Gina Bellman and Beth Riesgraf.
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Hutton says his character's possible prison break plays into a bigger theme of the entire season. "None of us can do what we do alone," he says. "We can all do it as experts, but we've come to really rely on one another as a team." Plus: Hutton give lots of juicy details about...
Virginia Madsen, Scoundrels
Take it from Virginia Madsen: Sometimes being bad can feel oh-so-good.
"Sometimes it's really fun to root for the bad guy," Madsen tells TVGuide.com of her new ABC dramedy, Scoundrels (premiering Sunday at 9/8c).
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Madsen plays Cheryl West, the matriarch of a family of criminals. When her husband Wolf (David James Elliott) is sent to prison, Cheryl decides she and her four children — ditzy aspiring model Heather (Levin Rambin), young and smart Hope (Vanessa Marano), and twin boys (both played by Patrick Fleuger), one of which is a dim slacker while the other's a sharp lawyer — are going to go straight. Of course, things don't exactly work out that way...
The Gates may seem a bit familiar — vampires and werewolves and witches, oh my! — but the producers of the new ABC series (premiering Sunday, June 20 at 10/9c) want viewers to know that it's not just another True Blood.
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The series, which grew out of a movie pitch about a community built on the gates of...
The son of former Nightline anchor Ted Koppel died from a fatal combination of drugs and alcohol, the New York City medical examiner's office told The Associated Press.
Andrew Koppel died from an accidental acute intoxication caused by a combination of alcohol, heroin...
Last time viewers saw broken baseball star Kenny Powers (Danny McBride) on Eastbound & Down, he had hit the road after his big comeback deal with the Tampa Bay Rays fell apart. But instead of driving off into the sunset with April (Katy Mixon), he dumped her at a gas station and...