The Late Late Show host Craig Ferguson is expecting his first child with wife Megan Wallace.
Ferguson, 48, took to Twitter on Wednesday to announce the big news. "Holy crackers! Mrs F is pregnant. How did that happen? ...
HBO has picked up the gritty drama Luck.
From executive producers David Milch and Michael Mann, the show looks at denizens of the horse-racing world such as...
Jeers to Hot in Cleveland for proving it's not hip to be square.
TV Land's old-school sitcom went back in time to miscast '80s nice-guy pop star Huey Lewis as bad-boy rocker Johnny Revere. (He was almost as convincing as Greg Brady when he posed as rock star Johnny Bravo.) Reuniting with old flame Victoria (Wendie Malick) at a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame event...
The American public has a love-hate relationship with soccer, so it was fitting that the U.S. national team's recent run at the World Cup was both exhilarating and maddening. Though they had a tendency to surrender early goals, the squad's scrappy resilience earned them new fans — and impressive TV ratings. "I thought we played pretty well for the most part," midfielder Landon Donovan says of his team, which lost a frustrating game to Ghana in the Round of 16...
Stephanie Pratt, Lauren 'Lo' Bosworth
It's the end of an error. But at least the most scripted "reality" show ever went out with a wink.
While The Hills should have been dunzo back when Lauren and Whitney left the building, it was still a bummer to think about saying goodbye to the gang. It's been a wild six seasons since LC and Heidi moved from Laguna Beach to L.A., and in that time, a lot has changed...
Cheers to Peter Gallagher for pulling double duty on a pair of basic-cable dramas.
The charismatic charmer, who's long seemed like a character actor blessed with a leading man's looks, has been too-seldom-seen on the small screen since the sun set on The O.C.'s Sandy Cohen in 2007...
Celebrate the return of USA Network's summer hit White Collar (Tuesdays at 10/9c) with some juicy on set secrets from star Tim DeKay! The actor recently visited TV Guide Magazine's Cubicle Confessions and revealed what he truly wanted to be when he grew up, his real-life FBI training and even performed a Beyonce impression...