Ally and Ashley
The L.A. Kings' ice crew girls Ally and Ashley got iced out of The Amazing Race on Sunday, but that might not have happened had Amy not done Nicole's angklung-building Roadblock for her. "Seeing on TV how much Amy helped Nicole — she literally did it for her — was really frustrating," Ally tells TVGuide.com. "We could've had a shot." Are they mad that Amy might've cost them a spot in the final four? Find out below.
AMC has ordered two pilots, the network announced Monday.
The first, Knifeman, is set in 18th century London and features a hard-drinking, arrogant yet charming genius named John Tattersal, who works as a surgeon at a time when bloodletting was a common practice.
The second, Galyntine, is a sci-fi/fantasy project that takes place after a cataclysmic disaster has resulted in a society that eschews any form of technology and leaves small groups of survivors scattered around the planet.
The American Music Awards hit a four-year high Sunday, while The Mentalist rose for its much-anticipated Red John conclusion.
The AMAs drew 12.9 million viewers and a 4.5 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, surging 32 percent over last year's show. It was the night's highest-rated program ...
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Longmire, the A&E crime drama starring Robert Taylor as a sheriff in Wyoming, has been renewed for a 10-episode third season, the network announced Monday. The series is A&E's leading original drama series of all time in total number of viewers.
Katie Couric is leaving ABC News to become a "Global Anchor" at Yahoo News, the Internet giant announced Monday.
The move is "part of Yahoo's ongoing commitment to re-imagine how news and information is delivered and consumed," according to a news release. Couric will make her debut on Yahoo in 2014 and will continue to host her daytime talk show Katie.
In response to recent claims that Brittany Murphy may have died from poisoning, the late actress' mother has written an open letter insisting that there was no foul play involved in her daughter's death.
[Warning: This article contains major spoilers from Sunday's episode ofFamily Guy. Read at your own risk!]
The Griffin family has one less member this morning.
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, whose breakthrough hit "Same Love" advocates for same-sex marriage, turned their focus to a new social issue at the American Music Awards Sunday: racial profiling.
The duo, who won Favorite Rap/Hip-Hop Artist as well as Favorite Rap/Hip-Hop Album (for The Heist), accepted the awards via a satellite feed from a tour stop in Florida. Macklemore eschewed a typical thank-you speech in favor of speaking out against racial profiling.