Craig Ferguson: Don't Call Me a Late-Night Host

Craig Ferguson

In the wake of NBC's recent debacle involving Jay Leno and Conan O'Brien, Craig Ferguson doesn't want to be labeled "a late-night talk show host." 

Report: Conan O'Brien and Fox resume talks

"As I watched that, whatever that was, unfold, I realized that... read more

Amazing Race's Jeff and Jordan: We Like to Make Mistakes

The Amazing Race

Jordan Lloyd won Big Brother 11, while Jeff Schroeder won fan favorite, but the couple didn't come close to winning The Amazing Race. After a bad cab ride left them in last place two weeks ago, the pair struggled to keep up before getting eliminated Sunday following yet another mistake-ridden leg. "We were trying to keep it positive, but this leg, if everything could've gone wrong, I think it did," Jeff, 31, tells TVGuide.com. "We started late and we tried our best. A lot of people made mistakes this leg, so if we had made the right decisions, we may have had a chance." See what else the two have to say about their last hurrah, what was wrong with their game plan, and if Jordan, 23, knows who Joan of Arc is now.
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Sissy Spacek Joins John Wells Drama

Sissy Spacek

Coming off a multi-episode arc on HBO's Big Love, Sissy Spacek is heading to CBS for another TV gig.

Skeet Ulrich joins CBS drama pilot

The Oscar-winning actress has joined... read more

Miley Cyrus to Mentor the Idols

Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus has been tapped to mentor the top 11 finalists on American Idol, Fox announced on Monday.

Read our American Idol recaps

Cyrus — who's had four No. 1 albums and numerous hit singles — will... read more

Eliminated Idol Lacey Brown: I Fell Through the Cracks

Lacey Brown

Sometimes having a bad night on American Idol is better than being just OK — at least that's what Lacey Brown, Season 9's first top 12 casualty, thinks did her in.

Brown says her take on the Rolling Stones' "Ruby Tuesday" didn't stand out... read more

6 Reasons You Should Be Watching Justified


FX's Justified is my favorite new show of the spring. And based on its premiere's big ratings, others obviously dig Raylan Givens' brand of gun-toting justice. A few reasons why the show (Tuesdays at 10/9c) is worth your time:

FX shoots to kill with Justified

1. Elmore Leonard Inspired It
Hollywood's love affair with the prolific Leonard has ranged from excellent adaptations (Get Shorty, Jackie Brown) to bad (TV's Karen Sisco and Shorty sequel Be Cool). Justified borrowed all the best Leonard elements (cool characters and muscular dialogue) for its pilot... read more

Lost's Sheila Kelley: Zoe Plays a Huge Part in the Mythology of the Island

Sheila Kelley and Josh Holloway

If you're wondering why Lost would introduce yet another new character with just a few episodes remaining, don't take your complaints to Sheila Kelley: The actress says her character, Zoe, will prove to be highly important to the island and the show. She also talked about whether she's as evil as her boss, Charles Widmore (Alan Dale), and whether her plans on the island go beyond doing his bidding. Needless to say, spoiler alert... read more

Guillermo del Toro to Direct The Hobbit for Fresh Take

Guillermo del Toro

Mexican filmmaker Guillermo del Toro will helm the two-part Lord of the Rings prequel, The Hobbit, to give the franchise a fresh take, according to The Associated Press.

Rings director Peter Jackson is currently adapting the J.R.R. Tolkien fantasy novel into a script and will produce The Hobbit, but the Oscar-winning New Zealand filmmaker has passed the directing duties to ... read more

Fox Denies Glee Musical Claims


Fox has shot down Music Theatre International's claims that a deal is underway for a Glee musical on Broadway.

The cast of Glee heads to Oprah

"We are very careful and deliberate when contemplating brand extensions of our franchises and are mystified why Music Theater Intl. would claim there have been any such discussions about a live theatrical version of Glee,'" Fox TV spokesman Chris Alexander said in a statement.

Glee scoop: Breakups, shake-ups and more!

MTI chairman Freddie Gershon told Playbill.com last week that ... read more

Lesbian Teen Receives $30,000 Check on Ellen After Prom Cancellation

Ellen DeGeneres

A lesbian high school student in the middle of a battle against her school's prom policy received a $30,000 check toward her college education on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

DeGeneres presented Constance McMillen with the oversized check on Friday from Tonic.com, a digital media company that describes itself as a group dedicated to promoting the good that happens each day.

McMillen, an 18-year-old student from Mississippi, made headlines when she challenged her school board for its rules that prevent her from bringing her girlfriend to the prom. The school ultimately ... read more

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