Russell Hantz, Survivor
After his aggressive social game and knack for finding immunity idols without clues on Survivor: Samoa last year, Russell Hantz cemented his status as one of the biggest villains in Survivor history with his performance on Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains. Russell was a natural fit for the Villains team, but his aggressive tactics throughout Season 20 led to getting zero votes at the final Tribal Council. Hantz spoke with TVGuide.com about Parvati Shallow, Sandra Diaz-Twine and why the game of Survivor needs to be...
The CW is adding a reality show to their summer lineup with the pickup of Plain Jane, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The new Miss USA, who found herself in Internet photos from a radio show's "Stripper 101" contest, insists the pictures were in well-intentioned jest — despite their racy nature.
"I was just being silly and jumping up and there were a few pictures exchanged," Rima Fakih told People. "I know it looks really negative but...
NBC's Today show has assailed allegations of infidelity about Matt Lauer, calling them "completely inaccurate and unfounded."
Matt Lauer, wife deny split
"These accusations are reckless and harmful to the Lauer family," the morning show's brief statement said. "Equally reckless, irresponsible and inaccurate are ...
What can we expect for the season finale of Cougar Town?
"Bobby gets shot in the groin," jokes star Brian Van Holt.
Okay, Bobby isn't hurt that badly. But he does learn something "that hurts him a little bit," Van Holt says. (Hint: It has something to do with the relationship between Jules and Grayson.)
Does the season end on a cliffhanger? "Well, we are on a dune," Ian Gomez says. "That's kind of like a cliff."
Gomez also addressed HitFix.com's report saying that the name of the show may change. "I think it's going to have a name change," says Gomez, "Which is bad because I have a tramp stamp that says Cougar Town, and now I'm going to have to get it changed. That's gonna hurt."
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Claire Forlani, Gary Sinise
CSI: NY's Mac Taylor (Gary Sinise) makes plenty of tough choices as the head of the crime lab, but he's about to make some difficult personal decisions as well.
Check out photos of the CSI: NY cast
In Wednesday's episode (10/9c on CBS), Mac's former lover, Peyton Driscoll (Claire Forlani) returns to New York for the first time since she abruptly dumped Mac and moved back to London.
"As far as Mac knows, that's where she is, and out of the blue, he spots her," Sinise tells TVGuide.com. "He's shocked and surprised by it. She made the choice to end the relationship — it was never something he wanted to do. I think he was a bit stunned by that, and there was never any real closure or resolution. So when he runs into her, there's some unfinished business."
Access Hollywood correspondent Maria Menounos spends most of her time reporting on entertainment news and chatting with celebrities. So she bear-hugged the opportunity to wrestle in a six diva match in October as part of a past WWE guest-hosting gig. (You can see it here.) The 31-year-old says the experience inspired her to take on more immersive, adventurous experiences. And so Maria's Madcap Adventure Series was born. Airing this week during Access, her Adventure segments include dancing with New Kids on the Block, singing with Justin Bieber, and impersonating Dolly Parton in Las Vegas. She even got to do play-by-play for her beloved Boston Celtics. Menounos spoke to TVGuide.com about a few of her adventures.
Recording with Justin Bieber: He's a good little...