If you happen to be in the London on the night of the Lost finale, you'd better set your alarm clocks.
The U.K.'s Sky1 is planning to simulcast the series finale with the U.S. West Coast broadcast — in other words, at 5 a.m. local time, according to The Guardian.
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Sky1 will rebroadcast the finale during its normal 9 p.m. timeslot on Friday, May 28, but added the earlier airing to foil ...
Dancing with the Stars - Maksim Chmerkovskiy
Hope you had a great week!
Well, we made it! Thank you to all of you for your votes and support. It's like a cross between a dream and a nightmare right now. Everything's crazy. On Tuesday, you're relaxed and then you literally have one night to rest, then Wednesday, you have to start over. It's been like that for the past nine weeks, but this is the last time. And the judges were like, "You have four dances." It's like, "OK, then!" At this point, it really doesn't matter. Your body's numb. My mind is clicking and everything else is robotic. But Erin and I are so excited and we're going to go all out.
Honestly, we were worried Tuesday. The finals were on the line and you just don't know what's going to happen. Everyone stepped it up Monday, and Chad has improved ...
Dry those tears, Private Practice fans, because you may be seeing its recently killed off star, Chris Lowell on the big screen very soon.
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Lowell, who played Dell on the ABC medical drama, is in negotiations to join the cast of The Help, alongside Emma Stone, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
In the film, based on the Kathryn Stockett novel, Stone plays Skeeter, an aspiring writer living in 1960s Mississippi, who is unhappy with the social norms and chronicles the way black maids are treated by society. Lowell will play ...
Bridget Regan, Legend of the Seeker
Now that ABC Studios' Legend of the Seeker has been canceled, star Bridget Regan is sad to say goodbye to her character, Kahlan. With the finale airing this weekend (check local listings), the 28-year-old actress spoke to TVGuide.com about how the series will wrap up, why the show didn't get another season and what she would've wanted for Kahlan had it continued.
TVGuide.com: What can you tell us about the upcoming series finale?
Bridget Regan: The finale was by far the most full-on exhausting episode out of all 44 I've done. It was absolutely incredible. I was back on the horse quite a bit doing stunts that I have never done. It's where everything comes together, or comes to an end really, and it was so high-energy. For Kahlan it's an absolute roller coaster and I will say I was wearing a lot of red contact lenses — the fans know what that's about.
Report: Legend of the Seeker canceled
That's it folks. The end of the end, and honestly, I don't know where the writers will take this finale. For the first time, this season has included little rolling plots and cliffhangers. I expect something big, hilarious, epic, and mind-blowing. Bring on the funny...
Love is in the air in NYC as three weddings are about to take place. This season's 30 Rock finale, after being teased with appearances by Will Forte, Matt Damon, Julianne Moore and Elizabeth Banks, better live up to my expectations, and if we don't get an answer about who Jack chooses, I may have to submit myself into TGS rehab.
24's Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) and less-than-plausible story lines have always had an uneasy alliance. Every really bad day of Bauer's packs so many plot devices into 24 hours it's hard to always keep things fresh. Here are a few of the most ridiculous plotlines the writers of the Fox series conjured up over eight seasons:
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