Ice-T Inks Two-Year Deal with Law & Order: SVU


Ice-T has signed a two-year deal to remain on Law & Order: SVU.

"I've just locked in my new SVU deal," the rapper-actor tweeted Friday. "So I'll officially be back for the next ...
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Idol Runner-Up Katharine McPhee Snags New Record Deal

Katherine McPhee, Smash

American Idol Season 5 runner-up Katharine McPhee has inked a new recording contract with Columbia Records.

The contract comes as part of a deal between Columbia Records and NBC to release the soundtrack for McPhee's upcoming TV series, Smash. Set to premiere midseason on NBC, Smash is a drama that follows the making of a Broadway musical about Marilyn Monroe. McPhee appears in this, her first scripted series, as... read more

VIDEO: Bieber Ringer Brings Her Show to Prime Time

Dani Shay

A few years ago, Justin Bieber made some musical YouTube videos that launched him into the spotlight. Similarly, a young woman named Dani Shay (whom we wrote about in April) has made a series of YouTube videos that, per Wednesday's episode of America's Got Talent, launched her into the spotlight (however briefly). The connection: her uncanny resemblance to Justin Bieber...
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VIDEO: Today Says Goodbye To Meredith Vieira

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Wednesday marked Meredith Vieira's final Today show, and she received a fond, elaborate sendoff...
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Andy Cohen and Giuliana Rancic To Host Miss USA Pageant

Andy Cohen, Giuliana Rancic

Bravo exec and Watch What Happens: Live host Andy Cohen and E! News' Giuliana Rancic have been tapped by to host the 2011 Miss USA Pageant. Additionally...
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The Voice: 8 Things You Didn't See on TV

Christina Aguilera, Blake Shelton

Kilts! Text-savvy contestants! Dirty talk approval! The Voice kicked off its first live show Tuesday on the Warner Bros. lot and TVGuide.com was on the set to catch all of the behind-the-scenes action when the cameras weren't rolling. Find out which judges get the most primping and how producers and the other judges really felt about Christina's candid comments below.

Getting ready for the live show. About an hour before the show, Beverly isn't quite ready to let her unusual ensemble do all the talking. "It's a kilt. No skirts here," she says on a smoke break outside the stage area. Elsewhere, Xenia, in a hairnet and curlers, asks sweetly — via a production rep — if she can cut the very long bathroom line before the live show.  She hums the whole time.

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Well, most of its live: "Holy sh--, we're goin' live tonight," host Carson Daly tells the crowd before introducing the judges. And hello, Christina's hot pants! Could they be any tighter or tinier? Time to pre-tape the Queen medley. That's right — this part is... read more

The Voice Episode Recap: Team Christina and Team Blake Perform Live

After four weeks of brutal battle rounds, it's the first live episode of The Voice. Will Team Blake reign supreme or does Team Christina come out on top? And what songs will the two coaches choose to perform on stage with their singers? The four remaining contestants from the two teams face off tonight, with two players from both Team Blake and Team Christina going home next week. After a rockin' Queen medley from the four coaches, it's time to let the first quarterfinalists do their thing. Let's see how they did.

Raquel Castro, "Blow" (Team Christina)
This show is all about the voice, so it's a little troubling to see Raquel choose a fast dance song originally sung by someone not at all known for her vocals (Ke$ha FTW). Add some rather demanding choreography into the mix and it... read more

Harry's Law: Brittany Snow and Aml Ameen Exit

Aml Ameen and Brittany Snow

At Harriet's Law & Fine Shoes, if the shoe fits, wear it. And if it doesn't, you lose two actors.

Brittany Snow and Aml Ameen won't be clocking in when Harry's Law returns for its second season on NBC, TVLine reports.

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NBC Retains Rights to Olympics

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NBC has retained the rights to the Olympics through 2020 in a new deal that covers four more games.

Comcast, NBC's new parent company, agreed Tuesday to acquire the rights to the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, Russia, the 2016 Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro, and the next two Olympics, whose host cities have not yet been chosen. The deal is worth $4.38 billion.

NBC Universial CEO Steve Burke said he was "extremely pleased" to continue to carry the games.

"Broadcasting sports events is an important part of our business and the Olympics are obviously a significant part of the portfolio," Burke said. "We have a talented and experienced ...
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The Voice Adds Extra Live Episode; Announces Finale Date

The Voice

The Voice just keeps getting bigger.

Two days after giving the new singing competition the plum post-Super Bowl spot next year, NBC announced that they are adding two additional episodes this season.

The Voice unveils the top 16: Which celebrity coach has the best roster?

Following the live performance show on Tuesday, June 21, The Voice will air a live results show on... read more

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