ABC's Modern Family (premiering Wednesday, 9/8c) is one of the funniest new sitcoms, hence its inclusion in our list of Editors' Picks for the fall. What makes it so special? Read on.
While other shows are quietly hustling for votes before the Emmy Awards on Sept. 20, Family Guy is going for the not-subtle approach. Check out their campaign for a best comedy win in the videos after the jump.
Britney Spears has upped her sexy factor — and comedy rep — by appearing on The Late Show with David Letterman in nothing but a teeny, black bikini.
In her first appearance on the late night show in nearly three years, the bikini-clad pop princess kicked off the second leg of her Circus tour by reading Letterman's "Top 10" list, "Top 10 Ways ...
Kevin Heinz and Jill Peterson
On this Music Monday (#musicmonday for you Twitter folk), TVGuide.com wants to recognize Kevin Heinz and Jill Peterson and their ever-so-unique walk down the aisle at the start of their wedding ceremony.
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Instead of holding out until the reception to bust a move, the entire wedding party — five groomsmen, seven bridesmaids, four ushers and the newlyweds-to-be — used the quiet church's aisles to show off entertaining dance moves, to the tune of Chris Brown's "Forever."
Watch the original church boogie video, followed by their recreation on the Today show plaza Friday after the jump.
While Jeffster rocked the Con, Zachary Levi rocked a beard.
The Chuck panel at the San Diego Comic-Con was literally music to fans' ears.
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Following a video clip in which show bosses Josh Schwartz and Chris Fedak and star Zachary Levi pretended to be blindsided by Chuck's renewal, Jeffster — aka the micro-band formed by Buy More buds Jeff and Lester — ignited the event with a most unexpected and thoroughly rousing live performance of ...
Hey you all, everybody! Grab your guitar and some blank sheet music.
The producers of Lost are inviting fans to "Rock your Lost on!" and write a theme song for the ABC series.
The winning tune will probably never actually appear on the show, but will have an exclusive debut performance at the San Diego Comic-Con later this month.
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In a posting of the rules at ABC.com, the show bosses say ...
"Zack Morris" befuddles Jimmy Fallon.
Jimmy Fallon has yet to pull off his full reunion of the Saved By the Bell cast, but on Monday night's show he offered a treat to the show's fans.
That is, Zack Morris offered the treat, dropping by the late-night talker to claim that he is in fact a real dude, and that "Mark-Paul Gosselaar" is simply the stage name he adopted upon graduating from Bayside High and eventually becoming an actor.
Gosselaar shares with TVGuide.com the full story on how the spoof came to be, after the jump.
Sacha Baron Cohen's Bruno gave Eminem a "new moon" preview of his own.
The "face-off" between Sacha Baron Cohen's bare backside and Eminem's mug came as a surprise to the viewers of Sunday's MTV Movie Awards, but just how shocked was the rapper also known as Marshall Mathers?
To hear host Andy Samberg's head writer, Scott Aukerman, tell it, not at all.
Ending nearly 24 hours of silence from all involved parties, Aukerman took to his blog to set the record straight: "Yes, the Eminem-Bruno incident was staged. They rehearsed it at dress [rehearsal] and yes, it went as far as it did on the live show."
As previously reported, Cohen's "Bruno" alter ego ...