The rotating doors at Seattle Grace may welcome back another familiar face — again.
Private Practice star Kate Walsh, whose multi-episode Grey's Anatomy-Practice crossover stint concluded Thursday night, says you may not have seen the last of her on her former show.
"I might [come back]," she tells Us Weekly. "I'm ...
Danny Gokey, American Idol
Top 12 finalist Danny Gokey may be an early fan favorite, but no amount of American Idol success can undo the tragedy that befell him when his wife, Sophie, died at the age of 27, during surgery to address a congenital heart condition.
Such an unimaginable sadness is inescapable for Danny, even as he is thrust to the fore on America's most popular television program. How will he strike a balance between the plain facts about who is he versus any appearance of "playing the sympathy card"? Read his take, after the jump.
Rihanna has made her first statement since her boyfriend, Chris Brown, was arrested on the night of the Grammys. She did not address Brown's arrest or the accusations against him, but thanked her fans for their support.
"At the request of the authorities, Rihanna is not commenting about the incident involving Chris Brown," read a statement. "She wants to assure her fans that she remains strong, is doing well, and deeply appreciates the outpouring of support she has received during this difficult time."
The artist's statement comes just as Los Angeles police are investigating whether a photo of a battered woman reported to be her came from within their own department, police confirm to TVGuide.com.
Michael Sarver, Alexis Grace and Danny Gokey
Three wannabes took a huge step toward American Idolatry this week when the Fox competition named the first of this season's Top 12 finalists. Make the jump to get a glimpse of each contender, as revealed in a conference call with reporters the day after getting their nods
John Travolta has established the Jett Travolta Foundation in memory of his 16-year-old son, who died Jan. 2.
The foundation will work to "assist and provide relief to ...
I want my own Eliza Dushku. Or at the very least, I may want to gift a favorite nephew with one for his birthday. But just how much does it cost to "hire" an "active" for an "engagement"? In this third slice of my sit-down with Joss Whedon, the creator of Fox's Dollhouse (Fridays at 9 pm/ET) reveals the approximate ballpark figure for Echo's oh-so-specialized services — shattering my own best guesstimate in the process.
Other topics covered in this video:
• Joss and Fox famously went back and forth on what Dollhouse is "about," scrapping and reshooting the pilot in the process. Which moment from the early episodes is truest to Whedon's vision?
• Does the original Dollhouse pilot still exist somewhere? Or are we seeing pieces of it in this week's episode, which offers a bit of an origin story for Harry Lennix's Boyd?
• And the biggie: Is it true that Whedon is done with network television, having gotten a taste of "freedom" with Dr. Horrible's Sing-A-Long Blog and his upcoming feature Cabin in the Woods?
Get Joss' candid answers, after the jump.
This year's Oscar nominees are meditating, reflecting or, in some cases, still in disbelief about their chances to take home the gold on Hollywood's biggest night. TVGuide.com caught up with the nominated actors just ahead of Sunday's Academy Awards (8 pm/ET, ABC) — and they're everything from glib to gushy when asked about their Oscar nods.
Kate Winslet, lead actress for The Reader
"I have been here so many times, and lost so many times, that, quite honestly..."
Runway has left the building, but the Fashion Show must go on.
Bravo's newest creative competition series, Fashion Show, has named internationally acclaimed fashion designer (with a Target line to die for) Isaac Mizrahi as the show's host.
Joining Mizrahi on the judges' panel will be Grammy award-winning performer and founding member of ...
Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Martin Henderson
A drama pilot being shepherded in part by Grey's Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes has found its "McDreamy."
Inside the Box, from Richard Robbins and exec-produced by Rhimes and Betsy Beers, is set in a Washington news bureau and revolves around Catherine, a hard-hitting producer. Playing coworker Jake — aka the Derek to Catherine's Meredith — will be ...
To prep for his March 2 takeover of NBC's Late Night, Jimmy Fallon is turning to the only people who truly understand the challenge ahead: other talk show hosts.
"I just recently ran into Rosie O'Donnell at a Paul Simon concert and she said, 'Who's doing your test shows?' … She said, 'I'll do one.' I thought that was so nice of her. So she's gonna come on next Thursday and do a show."