Jonas Brothers, Justin Bieber
Is Bieber fever eclipsing the JoBros?
The singing siblings may be losing their hold on the tween and teen market, according to Disney internal market research acquired by The Daily Beast.
Just two years ago, the Jonas Brothers' manic fan base launched the Kevin, Joe and Nick to superstardom. But in the past year ...
The Game's Tia Mowry and her sister, Tamera (Strong Medicine) are teaming up yet again as the stars and executive producers of the Lifetime Movie Network's Double Wedding.
In the TV movie, (premiering Sunday at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT) the twin sisters search for dates to their grandparents' recommitment wedding. Alas, they wind up unintentionally dating the same man, who thinks they are the same person. Eventually they figure it all out, forcing their suitor to choose between them.
Check out what the Sister, Sister stars had to say about the movie they created and find out why the girls say working together is like a "slumber party."
Watch the video after the jump.
The Real Housewives of New York City
Now that The Real Housewives of New York City's three-part reunion smackdown is done, we'd like to take this time to reflect on the lessons learned — for they were many. As for how many are actually useful, well, good luck with that...
As I first reported last month, Vanessa Williams has inked a lucrative contract to stay within the ABC family as the newest of Wisteria Lane's Desperate Housewives. Now here are the exclusive first details about a character that couldn't be more different from Vanessa's Ugly Betty witch, Wilhelmina Slater...
Get ready for Francophrenia! When movie star James Franco returns to General Hospital, his character — serial killer and performance artist Franco — will stage an epic exhibition at L.A.'s Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) as part of his ongoing man-crush on mobster Jason Morgan (Steve Burton). The ABC soap will shoot Franco's grand opening on location at the real MOCA and is currently seeking some 200 GH fans to show up and witness the event...
The Wizarding World of Harry Potterat Universal Orlando
JK Rowling is done telling stories about Harry Potter and Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardy, but Pottermania is far from over. Join TV Guide Network's Hollywood 411 as it attends the grand opening of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Orlando Resort.
Audiences will get an early look at rides and see such locations as ...
Before ratings tanked, FlashForward had planned to follow through on its pilot prophecy of killing off FBI agent Demetri Noh (John Cho), reveals Gabrielle Union, who played Demetri's fiancé, attorney Zoey Andata. "Then I was supposed to avenge his death in Season 2 by representing defendants against the FBI whom I blamed for his death," Union says. But John's popularity, fueled by the success of his role as Sulu in the big-screen Star Trek, led the writers to alter his fate, thus limiting Zoey's storyline to the point that she wasn't even included in the series finale...
Virgina Madsen (Scoundrels) and Rhona Mitra (The Gates)
It's no longer news that summer is among TV's busiest seasons — but this year, cable is getting more competition than usual with scripted fare from the networks. The difference being that cable channels (USA, FX, TNT, Syfy, ABC Family and the pay giants, to name a few) tend to put their best foot forward with critically championed signature shows. The networks? Not so much.
Still, ABC is going unusually gung-ho, launching three new dramas of varying quality and distinction within a single week. Its Sunday combo of the whimsical Scoundrels and the sinister The Gates at least aims for something a bit different, while Thursday's Rookie Blue misfires with a tired arsenal of generic cop-show clichés.
Rookie doesn't try hard enough to stand out, while the Sunday shows may be guilty of trying a bit too hard...