Glee - Jessalyn Gilsig, Matthew Morrison
Will's (Matthew Morrison) wife Terri is drinking the crazy Kool-Aid on Glee.
After having a hysterical pregnancy, Terri fears Will may go astray with guidance counselor Emma (Jayma Mays). In a plan so ridiculous it could only be on Glee, Terri's sister, Kendra, tells her to fake the pregnancy and acquire a baby of her own. Good thing there's a knocked up cheerleader at school. Will her plan work?
Jessalyn Gilsig, who plays Terri, tells TVGuide.com what schemes her character has in store, who she's teaming up with and why Glee is no High School Musical...
Curb Your Enthusiasm
The show about nothing helped propel Curb Your Enthusiasm to a big something Sunday night.
The first episode of the highly anticipated Seinfeld reunion arc on co-creator Larry David's HBO comedy brought in Curb's biggest ratings in...
Real Housewives of New Jersey
Just when you thought nothing could top the table-flipping insanity of The Real Housewives of New Jersey, Bravo has added to the franchise: The Real Housewives of D.C.
Real Housewives of New Jersey's Danielle blocks ex's sex tape
Bravo announced the series on Tuesday, as well as a second season of The Real Housewives of New Jersey, both scheduled for next year.
The D.C. divas, each somehow connected to politics, will give viewers a chance to see what life is like for women who ...
Dame Elizabeth Taylor is undergoing a heart procedure to repair a leaky valve, she announced on Twitter.
"Dear Friends, I would like to let you know before it gets in the papers that I am going into the hospital to have a procedure on my heart," she wrote. "It's very new and involves repairing my leaky valve using ...
Despite reports to the contrary, Mad Men star Bryan Batt is not getting married to his longtime partner, his rep tells TVGuide.com.
Several news outlets cited a National Enquirer report saying Batt and Tom Cianfichi, an event planner, were planning a Christmas ...
The last time we saw Christian Slater on TV, he was doing double duty as the good guy and the bad guy on the short-lived Jekyll-and-Hyde drama My Own Worst Enemy. In his new show, The Forgotten, Slater takes a complete 180 to tell the story of a former Chicago police detective and his volunteer group, who solve the cases of unexplained disappearances and unidentified homicide victims. The show might seem like just another crime procedural, but there's more heart and more at stake thanks to Slater's character, Alex Donovan, a man still reeling from his 8-year-old daughter's disappearance two years ago. In an interview with TVGuide.com, Slater tells us about the behind-the-scenes tears, the gravitas involved and the unsung heroes behind The Forgotten.