How I Met Your Mother
OK, this one goes out to anyone who has ever visited New York: Is Maury Povich really that ubiquitous?
According to last night's How I Met Your Mother, the talk-show host is apparently the most-seen celebrity around ...
Sounds like the ever-socially conscious Glee is taking on the hot button issue of the day: bullying in schools.
For an upcoming episode, the Fox series will be casting a she-bully named Crystal. I hear the casting folks over there are looking for an extra large (i.e. "big boned"), intimidating ...
Three faces of Boardwalk Empire grace a photo studio in Manhattan's meatpacking district on a sunny Saturday: Gretchen Mol is glowing, not only because she's expecting her second child, but because her makeup's done and she now sits rosy-hued as her stylist affixes fiery-red extensions to her blonde locks. Michael Pitt, the very image of laconic Hollywood cool in his gelled locks and pinstripes, lounges on a sofa languidly strumming his acoustic guitar. Finally, a haggard Steve Buscemi shuffles in. He's here on two hours sleep, having worked till 4am directing an episode of Nurse Jackie. He plops down, takes one look at the tape recorder ...
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Question: My current favorite show on TV is Modern Family. How could anyone not love that show? My other favorite show is Friday Night Lights. How it has never been a huge hit baffles me. Both are such refreshing, positive shows about everyday families. There are no other shows that portray families in such a realistic way. Instead of amoral teenagers who have little to no parental influence or just overly dramatic dysfunctional families, these shows celebrate the best of what families are: They fight with and for their each other, but it is because ...
Fran Drescher is heading to daytime.
"I'm thrilled to be able to bring the Fran DrescherTawk show to daytime TV," she said in a statement. "It will cover all of my passions, everything from pedicures to politics."
Nanny Fran for Senate?
Chelsea Handler is getting another show on E!
The late-night host and best-selling author has signed on to star in a half-hour comedy titled After Lately, Variety reports. It will be semi-improvised and focus on behind-the-scenes of Handler's talk show, Chelsea Lately.
Kim Kardashian is getting riskier with risqué covers, posing nude for W magazine.
Kim Kardashian cavorts with naked dudes (for magazine)
With strategically placed banners reading, "It's all about me," "I mean you," and "I mean me," the reality TV performer is the November cover girl for W 's annual art issue. The magazine notes that she "can't sing, act, or dance, but she's found the role of a lifetime in the fine art of playing herself."
If you thought the drama on Top Chefs: Just Desserts is over-the-top, wait until you watch the second season of Private Chefs of Beverly Hills. "We are the king of drama!" Private Chefs' Brooke Peterson tells TVGuide.com. "I mean, you really cannot beat parents who spend an exorbitant amount of money to throw their children a circus-themed birthday party and buy them, like, three cars on top of it." The Food Network docu-soap follows Peterson and five fellow chefs from the company Big City Chefs, who cater and cook for Beverly Hills' rich and famous in pairs — a rewarding and ofttimes, "pain-in-the-a---" gig, Peterson says. See what else the chef has to say about the new season and why, despite all the drama, she can't imagine working anywhere else.
TVGuide.com: Last season, you guys worked a Botox party and a doggy shower. What can top that?
Brooke Peterson: A lot! This season is going to be wilder, more demanding. I think the clients are ...
Michael Ealy, Christine Baranski, Josh Charles
Who is Derrick Bond?
That's the question fans of The Good Wife were left asking after last week's cliff-hanger regarding the secret link between Bond and Will Gardner (Josh Charles). According to the man who plays Bond, Michael Ealy, fans have plenty of reasons to be suspicious about.
"You just never quite know his intentions. That's where it becomes a bit tricky," Ealy tells TVGuide.com. "He refuses to show his real self. No one knows...