iCarly's Noah Munck, better known as the excitable, shirt-shedding Gibby, has been promoted to series regular, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Munck, 14, has been baring his tummy for Nickelodeon's iCarly on a recurring basis for the past three years but says he's much more reserved than his character.
"I'm quieter, but that just makes it more fun to break out and go crazy on the show," he said.
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Got any scoop on The Vampire Diaries' new season? — Tara
MICKEY: The presence of werewolves in Bon Temps, er, Mystic Falls makes uncomfortable bedfellows of the brothers Salvatore and Alaric. "What I love about Alaric and Damon is that they are both hopeless romantics blinded by love," Ian Somerhalder tells us. Conveniently, a hottie grad student from Duke will round out their wolf-hunting pack.
Is the CSI: NY season finale cliff-hanger going to get a proper resolution? — Christina
ADAM: You bet. The new season picks up right after the finale's events, and somebody will be carried away in a body bag. Then...
ABC Entertainment Group President Stephen McPherson resigned Tuesday after more than six years with the company.
"I want to thank the wonderful team of individuals who have worked with me throughout my time here and wish them nothing but the best," McPherson said in a statement from ABC Entertainment.
In a statement from his personal rep, he said he planned to announce his future plans shortly. "While I will continue with my ongoing wine business, I'll also reveal...
This season's "Men Tell All" episode of The Bachelorette was light-hearted and fun — because two of this season's most talked-about contestants, Justin and Frank, weren't there. As Chris Harrison tells TVGuide.com, Justin chose not to show, while Frank was purposely excluded so that he could appear on next week's "After the Finale Rose." Harrison shares what didn't make it on this week's episode — including Derrick (aka "Shooter") explaining why he chose to tell such an embarrassing story on Night One — and also which of the final two men remaining, Roberto and Chris L., is the overwhelming favorite to win Ali's heart.
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NCIS: Los Angeles has upgraded Eric Christian Olsen to a series regular for the show's second season, CBS announced Tuesday.
Last season, Olsen recurred as Marty Deeks, a seasoned LAPD undercover detective who was recruited to the NCIS team. He'll appear in the two-hour season premiere...