Cat Deeley is not your typical reality show host. Throughout the four years that she's been hosting Fox's So You Think You Can Dance, her genuine kindness toward and camaraderie with the constants has made her a large part of the heart of the show. Have you seen her in her pretty clothes hugging and consoling all the sweaty dancers? Or how about when she stole Twitch's grill and put it in her mouth!
When we caught up with Cat at the first auditions of the upcoming season in Brooklyn, we had the chance to chat about...
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DC Comics' Lightning Lad, Saturn Girl, Superman and Cosmic Boy; Alexz Johnson (inset)
Think of them as FEMA, only with spandex and kicky boots.
In the devastating wake of what happens at the end of this week's Smallville episode — let's just say that Davis isn't feeling like himself and Chloe is due for a helluva honeymoon — Clark's hometown is going to need a super clean-up crew. Cue the arrival of Saturn Girl (aka Imra Ardeen), Lightning Lad (Garth Ranzz) and Cosmic Boy (Rokk Krinn), all of whom travel far to tackle this task — specifically, from the 31st century.
Find out who's playing the three Legionnaires, after the jump.
This week on the CW's Smallville (Thursdays at 8 pm/ET), Lana Lang (played by Kristen Kreuk) walks back into Clark's life, and at a most inopportune time — at least as far as Lois is concerned. "[Lois and Clark] are both discovering how and what they feel," Erica Durance previews in this video. "There is a moment when you think that they may actually admit that to each other... and then Lana comes back."
What happens then? Watch Durance's new video after the jump for a preview.
Genevieve Cortese, Supernatural
Now that she's got nine episodes of Supernatural (Thursdays at 9 pm/ET, the CW) under her belt and Ruby's complicated story is beginning to be fleshed out, TVGuide.com felt the time was right to talk to former Wildfire star Genevieve Cortese about playing the double-agent demon. Might Ruby actually be in love with Sam? What sort of surprises might this week's midseason finale have in store? And what's it like shooting a love scene with Jared Padalecki? Let's find out....
It's Britney Spears like you have never seen her before, as the pop star turns comedienne to deliver what appears to be a dead-on impression of her cell phone-addicted pop, Jamie, in between takes of her recent video for "Womanizer" (hence her being costumed as a sexy secretary).
This candid moment comes from Britney: For the Record, a documentary airing Sunday, Nov. 30, at 10 pm/ET, exclusively on MTV.
Says Britney, "I wanted to make this film because ....
Christopher Heyerhahl, Amanda Tapping, Emilie Ullrep and Robin Dunne
Fear not, all forms of creatures, the "Sanctuary for all" will remain open for another season.
TVGuide.com has learned exclusively that Sci Fi channel has greenlit production on a second season of Sanctuary, ordering 13 new hours of the series.
"Sci Fi will continue to trail blaze the television landscape by further exploring the many worlds of Sanctuary through its unique green screen environments," said Mark Stern, Executive Vice President of Original Programming at Sci Fi. "Technology and great storytelling makes Sanctuary a fantastic addition to Sci Fi's 2009 lineup."
Sanctuary was created by Stargate SG-1 and Stargate Atlantis scribe Damian Kindler and stars the first lady of sci fi, Amanda Tapping...
Jay Mohr's Gary may be Unmarried, but wouldn't you know it, he still has in-law issues. Cue the arrival of Matthew Lillard, who will guest-star as ...
Cheryl Burke and Maurice Greene
He may not have made it to the Dancing with the Stars finish line, but Olympian Maurice Greene — once known as the fastest man in the world — got huge props Tuesday night from his pro partner, Cheryl Burke. "He's the hardest working partner I've ever had," she says. Read on to hear how Maurice compares his experience to winning Olympic gold...
ABC's Rediscovered will flash back on an even younger Justin and Britney.
Did you know that Britney could really belt 'em out when she was a wee one?
Viewers will be presented with proof positive as part of Rediscovered, an ABC special airing late next month and hosted by former child stars Donny and Marie Osmond, TVGuide.com has learned.
Read more about the hour special and the other blasts from the past it will offer, after the jump.
Fringe returns Tuesday with an all-new episode (9 pm/ET, Fox), and guess what? We still have a lot of burning questions about Olivia & Co. for executive producer Jeff Pinkner, so many that we had to split them into two stories. In this first part, he answers our questions about The Observer, Astrid Farnsworth and William Bell. The conversation is, of course, illuminating, frustrating, humorous and confusing. Get the scoop after the jump