Naya Rivera and Cory Monteith
'Tis the season for holiday miracles, so why can't we hope the same for television? Santa, please give us more (yes, more) Will Schuester's rapping on Glee. Hanukkah Harry, all we ask is that Lux stop kissing her teacher long enough for the CW to see that Life Unexpected deserves a third season. Harvest gods of Kwanzaa, let Fringe survive its move to Fridays. And please, Winter Solstice Fairy, is it too much to ask that to see Meredith Grey in a wedding gown before we depart this mortal coil?
Tracy Morgan will miss at least two episodes of 30 Rock airing in March while he recovers from surgery, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Morgan, 42, underwent a kidney transplant around...
Jeff Bridges returned to host Saturday Night Live, noting it was the first time since 1983. Bridges, who received a SAG nomination for his performance in the latest Coen brothers movie, True Grit, used the monologue to poke fun at his role in an earlier Coen brothers film: The Dude, from The Big Lebowski.
Though Bridges denied any similarities, even the Cookie Monster from Sesame Street joined him on stage and called him The Dude. Bridges and the Cookie Monster — who had...
NBC is capitalizing on its hit The Sing-Off and expanding the show's season finale by 30 minutes.
The network will stretch The Sing-Off's live finale until 10:30/9:30c Monday. The 2½-hour broadcast will be followed by a preview of the comedy...
In a fairly lackluster episode of Community, the group is secluded within the study room until Annie can find out who stole her purple pen (assuming she didn't have it herself). Now when I say "lackluster," please take that as a comparison to other Community episodes. I'm sure I'll still watch this episode a few more times before even tapping into any other Thursday night programming that I've DVR'd — that, my friends, is the power and greatness of Community.
This week's Community episode brings about a true battle of the sexes. A group of "mean girls" begin a war with Shirley, Annie and Britta (and Abed, who has chosen to join the girls). While they initially refuse Abed's company, they soon realize that he has an amazing ability to seek out "b-tches" and hit them where it hurts — anywhere that may cause emotional pain. Abed soon becomes a Terminator of hunting down the meanest of girls and tormenting them with insults. He even begins viewing the world in a Terminator-like computer mode, analyzing each person he faces and discovering their most vulnerable points.
Spoiler Alert: The following reveals the winner of Tuesday's Biggest Loser finale.
After seven long months, one person is the named the ultimate loser — aka the winner — on the Season 10 finale of The Biggest Loser.
First, host Alison Sweeney introduced the 14 at-home contestants competing for the $100,000 prize. After losing 213 pounds (50.59 percent) and weighing in at 208 pounds...