Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman
AMC has given a full series order for the untitled Veena Sud pilot formerly called The Killing, the network announced Wednesday.
Based on a Danish TV series titled Forbrydelsen, the show centers on the investigation into a young girl's murder, as well as the...
What do you get when you team up a bunch of testosterone-fueled action stars? The Expendables.
Directed by Sylvester Stallone, the thriller stars the erstwhile Rambo as the leader of a group of mercenaries who ...
Kanye West is going back to the MTV Video Music Awards one year after he infamously grabbed the mic from Taylor Swift during her acceptance speech.
The Grammy winning rapper, who is nominated for Best Hip Hop Video for his collaboration with Drake, Lil Wayne and Eminem on "Forever," will perform at the award show on Sunday, Sept. 12, according to Us Weekly. West's new album is scheduled to be released this fall.
Clare and Louise Roe
The CW's new makeover reality series Plain Jane may be focused on changing hair colors and trying a new shade of lipstick, but the series' host and producer insist the series is hardly skin deep.
"It was very much about the inside more than the outside," host Louise Roe tells TVGuide.com "The fashion [and] the beauty are all part of it, but really getting through the mental barriers...
Amanda Bynes, Steve Carell
It's been a great week for quitters. Jet Blue flight attendant Steven Slater went out big by quitting over his plane's intercom, grabbing some beers, and sliding down the emergency chute. Then a young woman's quitting via dry erase board made the online rounds, though she turned out to be an actress named Elyse Porterfield (whose name also sounds too good to be true). In honor of these disgruntled employees, real and fake, we salute eight of TV's greatest quitters — real, fake, and both.
8. Amanda Bynes: The All That and Amanda Show star announced in June that she was retiring from acting at the age of 24. A month later she changed her mind and announced her...
Looks like One Tree Hill's Clay may make a new friend in the aftermath of his shooting.
Edwin Hodge has been cast in an early Season 8 episode as a character who is seriously injured in a car accident while texting, a show rep tells TVGuide.com. The character will cross paths will Clay (Robert Buckley), who remains in the hospital following his shooting in the Season 7 finale.