Henry Ia Cusick (Lost), America Ferrera (Ugly Betty), David Boreanaz (Bones)
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What the heck was Desmond doing on that plane? Any idea where the Lost powers that be are going with this? — Nora
MICKEY: I have some idea. If you'll recall, our friend Des has certain abilities that can supersede the time-space continuum. Is he really on that plane? When we pumped Henry Ian Cusick for scoop at the premiere in Hawaii, he would only say that off the island, Desmond is not happy. "The motivation has always been to get to Penny, and now he's got something slightly different. It's not about him, he's being more selfless. He's trying to help everyone," Cusick said.
Any Booth-Brennan dirt on Bones? — Nikki
ADAM: Obstacle No. 473 standing in the way of a Bones-Booth hookup: marine biologist Catherine Klein...
Jay Leno signed off his self-titled talk show for the last time Tuesday, joking that NBC was allowing him to end the network's failed prime-time experiment after only five months "for good behavior."
"We were on the air five months," he said in his final Jay Leno Show monologue. "It seems like just yesterday I was telling NBC...
Top Chef Masters
Top Chef Masters will welcome back six Season 1 competitors along with 16 fresh faces for its upcoming second season, Entertainment Weekly reports.
Among those vying for the coveted title of Top Chef Master will be Graham Elliot Bowles, Wylie Dufresne, Ludo Lefebvre, Rick Moonen, Mark Peel and Jonathan Waxman, all of whom came up short during last summer's inaugural season. New contestants include Jody Adams, Sunsur Lee, Debbie Gold and Marcus Samuelsson. (See the full cast below.)
The show will welcome back judges Gael Greene, James Oseland and Jay Rayner as well as...
The death of Olympic figure skater Nancy Kerrigan's father has been ruled a homicide by a Massachusetts state medical examiner, but the family says no one is to blame, according to The Associated Press.
An autopsy showed that Daniel Kerrigan died from a heart rhythm problem after his windpipe was damaged from a physical...
Louis Gossett Jr.
Oscar-winning actor Louis Gossett Jr. has been diagnosed with prostate cancer, the actor announced on Tuesday.
Gossett told KTLA News that he went public with the news "to...
The Bachelor - Chris Harrison
The Bachelor had yet another dramatic exit this week. After her romantic hometown date with Jake, 25-year-old Ali was forced to choose between him and her job. Choosing the job — after all, she only had a 25 percent chance of receiving that final rose — Ali said goodbye. And in a series first, no rose ceremony was needed. TVGuide.com spoke to host Chris Harrison about whether viewers have seen the last of the duo, his thoughts on the rest of the hometown dates, and why Vienna and Ali are more alike than they'd care to admit.
TVGuide.com: Although Ali left, in next week's preview she appears to call Jake. What can you tell us about that?
Chris Harrison: You haven't seen the last of Ali and Jake and their situation is not...
Jeff Probst will outwit, outplay, and outlast a bit longer: The enduring Survivor host has signed on for two more seasons, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Probst will serve as the show's host and as an executive producer until at least the end of...
Former Beverly Hills, 90210 star Gabrielle Carteris will guest-star in an upcoming episode of Criminal Minds, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Carteris, 49, will appear in this season's 17th episode, which finds the BAU tracking a highway serial killer. Carteris, who plays the mother of 15-year-old girl, is questioned by Hotch (Thomas Gibson) & Co. after she crosses paths with the suspected murderer.
Check out photos of the Criminal Minds cast
90210 fans will remember Carteris as the bookish Andrea Zuckerman, who also became a teen mom. Since then, she has appeared ...
Brick City - Mayor Cory Booker
Sundance Channel's 2010-11 lineup will include more Brick City, some fashionable new reality shows and the network's first foray into scripted programming.
Carlos, a three-part miniseries about terrorist Carlos the Jackal, will kick off Sundance's slate of scripted series this fall. Edgar Ramirez (Che, Domino) stars as Carlos, who's currently serving a life sentence for the killings of two French agents and their informant in 1975.
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Other scripted series in development include Triple Crossing, a crime drama set in South America; The Clinic, a suspense thriller set in the near future; Fear of Flying, based on Erica Jong's novel; and Shutterbabe, which chronicles ...