Patrick Swayze has been discharged after a weeklong hospitalization for pneumonia.
"I am happy to announce that Patrick Swayze is ...
Aussie actress Rachel Griffiths is pregnant with her third child, People reports.
Griffiths and husband Andrew Taylor already are parents to a 5-year-old son, Banjo Patrick, and daughter Adelaide Rose, 3.
Sources at ABC's Brothers & Sisters tell TVGuide.com that Griffiths' pregnancy will ...
Secret Diary of a Call Girl
Billie Piper is getting ready to dress up, strip down and get paid to fulfill men's fantasies between the sheets — on screen, at least. In Showtime's Secret Diary of Call Girl, the U.K. native and new mother has her hands full as a high-end escort in London, walking the line between her public persona as Hannah and her private profession, where clients know her as Belle.
Piper, who began her career in England as a pop star, has tackled a range of roles since segueing into acting, from Fanny Price in Mansfield Park to Rose Tyler in Doctor Who. At the start of her second season as Belle (Secret Diary premieres Sunday, Jan. 18/10:30 pm/ET), TVGuide.com caught up with her to find out where Hannah's exploits will pick up, if her character will ever find love and how Piper will bring even more to the show for Season 3. Stay tuned for Part II of our chat with her next week.
Juno's Oscar-winning screenwriter Diablo Cody has created a new dramedy for Showtime about a married, suburban artist with two kids — and she happens to suffer from Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), commonly referred to as multiple personalities. Diablo sat down with TVGuide.com to talk about transitioning from film to television writing, working with Steven Spielberg and a dream cast, and what it's like to write so many different personalities for Tara. The United States of Tara premieres Sunday at 10 pm/ET.
TVGuide.com: Let's talk about DID. Did you get to talk to people who actually suffer from the disorder?
Diablo Cody: Yes I did. We actually have one consultant working on the show who is a mother who lived with DID and raising her kids. She's no longer living with DID, but she had it, and she gave us a lot of insight into the disorder.
TVGuide.com: The main cause of DID is thought to be a result of traumatic incident during childhood. Are we ever going to find out what Tara's incident is?
Cody: Later in the season, we deal with the source of Tara's disorder extensively. We do talk about the trauma that caused it, but at this point, the family is not exactly sure what the incident was that triggered it.
TVGuide.com: Was there any inspiration behind the character of Tara's sister Charmaine (Rosemarie DeWitt), or did you just decide Tara needed an evil nemesis sister?
Cody: I wouldn't necessarily call Charmaine a nemesis; she's an...
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Cheryl Hines and Larry David
Cheryl and Larry David may be split up on Curb Your Enthusiasm, but she's not out of his life yet.
Cheryl Hines, who plays Cheryl David, confirmed she'll be back on the show next season, even though last season's finale ended with Larry living in apparent bliss with Loretta Black (Vivica A. Fox).
Last week we learned of Charity Wakefield being tapped to star in David E. Kelley's new legal drama, Legally Mad. And now, her character has a new daddy.
Hugh Bonneville has been cast to play Gordon Hamm, who owns the law firm where his twentysomething daughter (Wakefield) decides to take a job, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
"Gordon Hamm is based on the true story of a real-life attorney who lives in my head," Kelley said. "Sharp litigator, a lot of fun and, deep down, a mess." So kind of like a male Ally McBeal. ...
Outspoken autism activist Jenny McCarthy is speaking out on Jett Travolta's death — something that hit very close to home for the mother of an autistic son who suffers from seizures.
"When I first heard the news about Jett, I slowly kind of sat down ... because my heart went out to them — you know, such compassion and understanding for what they've gone through ...