The Real World: Brooklyn's Ryan, a 23-year-old veteran of the Iraq war, had settled into a life of pranks, filmmaking classes and fun when he got an unexpected call from his brother back home in Gettysburg, Pa.: The Army was ordering him back to Iraq. Ryan, who said in his audition tape that he considered the U.S. presence in Iraq "worthless," talked to TVGuide.com about his reality TV days and going back to war during a break from training in Mississippi. Check out the exclusive preview, and then see what he had to say.
Katherine Heigl, Sharon Lawrence
On the heels of Tyne Daly paying Seattle a visit as Derek's mother, Grey's Anatomy fans are about to meet another main character's mom.
Sharon Lawrence, who is best known for her run on NYPD Blue and who most recently played parent to Privileged's JoAnna Garcia, has been tapped to guest-star as ...
Lost executive producers Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof promised to call me as soon as they came up with a nickname for the closing — and assuredly jaw-dropping — scene of this season's finale, which is now slated for May 13.
The thing is, the boys aren't nicknaming that moment this year.
TVGuide.com has learned exclusively that ...
General Hospital's Maurice Benard (Sonny) and his new "son," Drew Garrett
Apparently it was not a gunshot wound that landed Michael Cornithos in a coma. It was a debilitating case of Soap Opera Rapid Aging Syndrome.
Following months of speculation, General Hospital has recast Michael Quartermaine Corinthos — and ...
Smallville's Tom Welling and Erica Durance
The CW's Smallville resumes its eighth season this Thursday at 8 pm/ET, with "Infamous," the first of eight new episodes.
In keeping with that theme of "eight," TVGuide.com invited executive producers Kelly Souders and Brian Peterson to tease the big moments to watch for this spring, from eight specific categories.
The twosome's teases may in some instances be short, but each one is still oh-so-sweet to speculate about and set the TiVo for. Check out the producers' laundry list of especially super scenes, after the jump.
It's time again to be "Getting Lost," with the latest entry in TVGuide.com's weekly vodcast.
This time around, I've got executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse pondering nicknames for the Season 5 finale, which they happen to be writing as we speak/type. (Calm, everyone, calm....) Will the boys bake up a "bread," unleash another "snake," or dupe us again with a "donkey wheel"?
Also in this video:
• Will a dark event in island lore dictate the "departure" of new mom Amy? Reiko Aylesworth shares her take.
• Getting Lost-ies offer their theories (both good and, um, wild) on what Kate did with Aaron, and why it has her so upset.
• This week's burning question: Who exactly did Amy just give birth to? Send your best guess to Getting_Lost@tvguide.com. (And don't errantly suggest Ben, or I'll sic Smokey after you.)
Watch and discuss the new Getting Lost after the jump.
As How I Met Your Mother wraps up its fourth season, fans can expect to get drop-ins from faces both familiar and new.
From the latter category, Danny Glover will turn up "in an interesting way," series cocreator Carter Bays tells TVGuide.com.
Hmm, could it be that Barney and his brother James (played here and there by Wayne Brady) have ...
Clementine Ford, the eldest child of Cybill Shepherd and a recent cast member of The L Word (where she played Molly), is joining The Young and the Restless in the contract role of Mackenzie "Mac" Browning, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Although Mac returns to Genoa City on Wednesday, April 1, her presence will be no joke to ex-husband Billy. The young lovebirds were ...
Wait, was that really the Art Garfunkel on the March 1 episode of HBO's Flight of the Conchords (Sundays at 10 pm/ET)? Yes! Conchords' Jemaine Clement and Bret McKenzie wrote the episode, titled "Prime Minister," around him, and then prayed he'd say yes to a cameo. Garfunkel says he took "a leap a faith" and signed on without seeing a script.
In the episode, Jemaine and Bret book a gig as Simon and Garfunkel lookalikes, where they meet Karen (guest star Mary Lynn Rajskub, 24's Chloe), a woman who asks Jemaine on a date. The catch: He has to wear his Garfunkel costume, even when they have sex — she calls it "Garfunkling." We talked to its namesake about being immortalized by such weird comic geniuses, his recent reunion with Paul Simon and his quest for the perfect Simon and Garfunkel cover song.
Daniel Cosgrove and Marcy Rylan
Hoping to escape from the familial oppression that comes part and parcel with being in Springfield, Guiding Light's Bill and Lizzie will make a break for it and head south for some fun in the sun at Universal Studios Florida, Universal's Islands of Adventure and Universal CityWalk.
The scenes, to be taped on location the week of March 16, will air over multiple episodes in mid- to late April.
Alas, being a sudser, the young'uns won't be alone for long as they attempt to rekindle their love. Ultimately following them to the Sunshine State and cramping their style will be Phillip, Shayne, Beth, Alan, Remy and Dinah, to name just a few interlopers.