Linda Hamilton, Lauren Cohan
Bride or groom's side? If you're attending the big Chuck wedding, perhaps the safest answer is "neither."
Any spy knows that their loved ones could be used against them, and on Monday's episode "Chuck vs. the Last Details" (8/7c, NBC), Chuck (Zachary Levi) learns that new nemesis Vivian Volkoff (Lauren Cohan) has captured his mother, Mary Bartowski (Linda Hamilton) while she was on a mission.
Tina Fey celebrated having the No. 1 book (and the No. 86 TV show) in the country by returning to host Saturday Night Live for a third time. Six months along with her second child, the few sketches that did not reference the recent death of Osama bin Laden played up Fey's pregnancy...
John Velazquez and Animal Kingdom
Animal Kingdom, who was 20-1 on the morning line, won the Kentucky Derby on Saturday.
Shackleford kept a commanding lead throughout the race, but Animal Kingdom, ridden by John Velazquez and trained by H. Motion, overtook his competitors on the homestretch to win the 137th Kentucky Derby. Velazquez, who was initially set to ride Uncle Mo before the horse was scratched, replaced jockey Robby Albarado after an injury. Shackleford only placed fourth.
Calvin Borel and Super Saver, winners of 2010 Kentucky Derby
Grab your crazy-big hats and mint juleps — it's Derby Day!
The Kentucky Derby, the first leg in the race for the Triple Crown, will be broadcast live from Churchill Downs on Saturday starting at...
On Thursday's season finale of 30 Rock, Liz Lemon revealed what she thinks is a dream summer vacation: 12 weeks of community service on a chain gang. She gets to be outside, wear comfortable clothes, garden, and learn Spanish! But we know that Tina Fey has higher standards. To that end, we've come up with a handy list of activities for her to do on her hiatus (besides having her second child):
The Voice, Blake Shelton
Blake Shelton was in hot water Thursday after GLAAD called for an apology for The Voice judge's anti-gay tweet.
On Wednesday night, Shelton tweeted, "Re-writing my fav Shania Twain song.. Any man that...
Amy Poehler, Aubrey Plaza and Parker Posey
Parker Posey had been waiting a good long time for Amy Poehler to call about Parks and Recreation.
"It's funny, when it first came on I was really hoping that Amy would ask me to be on this show," Posey said, recalling that she and Poehler had been...
Did it feel as though The Voice used the majority of its wow factor in last week's premiere? A little. To these ears, it took a good 40 minutes before some real talent hit that stage. And it sure felt like the coaches were hitting their buttons, more often than not, out of curiosity rather than excitement this time. Someone who dares sing "Hey, Soul Sister"? A girl duo? Sure, let's see!
Post-show thoughts on The Voice premiere: The 5 big ways it's different from American Idol
In any case, the blind audition rounds are over, and each coach has a roster of eight. What's peculiar is how they chose the eight. About 20 minutes before the end, Carson announced that only Cee Lo had managed to fill his team. In other words, the show ran out of contestants! Were there auditions viewers didn't see, or did producers really only choose a few dozen singers in the hopes that every single one would be snapped up by the four judges?