Cable news networks scrambled Saturday to cover the magnitude-8.8 earthquake in Chile that killed at least 147 people and triggered potentially powerful tsunamis across the Pacific Ocean. CNN, Fox News and MSNBC struggled to get live updates from Chile, declared a "state of catastrophe" by President Michelle Bachelet.
CNN spent a large amount of time translating directly from CNN Chile and MSNBC, which usually broadcasts documentaries and newsmagazines rather than live news coverage on the weekends, struggled to find last-minute anchors. As of Saturday morning, CNN had sent anchor Soledad O'Brien to Chile to cover the aftermath of the earthquake and correspondent Dan Simon to Hawaii to cover possible tsunamis expected to hit the coast...
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This season of The Bachelor is almost over, but the new season of The Bachelorette is just getting started.
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James Callis, best known as Gaius Baltar on Battlestar Galactica, has been cast in a recurring role on FlashForward, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Although few details are available about Callis' character, the actor, 38, will appear in a big role in several of the season's last episodes...
American Idol - Alex Lambert
Shocked and angry American Idol fans apparently weren't the only ones cursing during Thursday's elimination show.
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Near the end of the show's broadcast, when host Ryan Seacrest revealed that 19-year-old Alex Lambert would be staying in the competition over Tyler Grady, four seconds of audio were censored. The apparent cause:
After two weeks on top, last night the Villains tribe on Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains brought the heat everywhere but during the immunity challenge. Thanks to blossoming showmances (Coach and Jerri! Russell and Parvati!) and the drama of having to vote someone out for the first time, the Survivor bad guys finally started to show their true colors and true alliances. The vote came down to the manipulative Parvati Shallow and the tribe's weakest link, Randy Bailey, and in the end, 50-year-old Bailey got the boot. The former Survivor: Gabon player talked with TVGuide.com about his flirtatious tribemates, what the Heroes need to do to get ahead and the story behind the burning of the buff...