John Krasinski and Amy Poehler
What we love about the Screen Actors Guild Awards is that it's short and sweet. Two hours. No host, no fuss, no crazy schticks. So in true SAG fashion, here is our short and sweet list of the top moments from the 15th Screen Actors Guild Awards broadcast. Check them out and tell us yours!
7. Mad Appeal: Jon Hamm, speaking on ...
US Airways pilot Chesley 'Sully' Sullenberger, Flight 1549
Celebrated US Airways pilot Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger not only scored an invite to Tuesday's Presidential Inauguration, he also has an open invitation to visit the set of Lost, the ABC series revolving around the miraculous survivors of a plane crash.
"We would love to meet Sully," Carlton Cuse told TVGuide.com when asked if he and fellow Lost executive producer Damon Lindelof might invite the pilot to ...
On Wednesday's two-hour premiere of Lost, we learned what happened when Ben "moved" the island, what that meant to those left behind and why he's suddenly so keen on getting the Oceanic 6 to return to that wacky funhouse of terror. Somebody dies, lots of people cry, and Sawyer went topless... for the entire first hour. Read on to get all the juicy details on Lost's action-packed, two-hour premiere...
Inauguration Day 2009 was, of course, memorable in and of itself. But watching Barack Obama being sworn in as the nation's first African-American president wasn't the only unforgettable moment of the day. Here are our top 10 moments so far, in (mostly) chronological order. Thanks to our users who've submitted their own top moments — keep them coming! (And keep following us on Twitter!)
10. Best ...
Jill Biden, Oprah
Oprah Winfrey knows how to get women to dish on their husbands - even when it's Jill Biden.
Jill Biden said Monday that her husband had his pick of being either Barack Obama's running mate or the secretary of state on Winfrey's broadcast from Washington's Kennedy Center - a major slip that the vice president-elect immediately tried to silence.
"Joe had the choice to be secretary of state or vice president," she said. Her husband turned to his wife with his finger to his lips and a "Shhhh!" that sent the audience into laughter. "OK, he did," Jill Biden said in her defense.
The vice president-elect blushed bright red, laughed uncomfortably but then gave his wife a hug while the audience continued to chuckle...
Cue the daddy issues!
Our favorite geek (one of them at least), Chuck Bartowski, is finally getting a dad.
Quantum Leap star Scott Bakula is slated to join Chuck as our protagonist's estranged father for a three-episode arc, creator Josh Schwartz tells EW's Ausiello.
"Chuck made a promise to ...
The offices of Sterling Cooper will remain open for another two years at least — with Matthew Weiner.
After months of protracted negotiations, Mad Men mastermind Weiner has closed a two-year, seven-figure deal with Lionsgate TV to continue working on the AMC series, The Hollywood Reporter reports.
"Since the beginning, the show has been a ...
Twelve Cylon models — seven are known — four live in the fleet — one will be revealed...
Frak ya, one will be revealed! In the very last scene of this episode! Holy motherfrakker! This episode was just one big shock after another — it did not disappoint after all this time...
Michael Hogan and Lucy Lawless
Holy motherfrakker! We heard from Sci Fi that the last Cylon would be revealed in an early episode of the final season, but who knew it would be the very first?!
Friday's premiere episode of Battlestar Galactica had many other shocking moments: The new human-Cylon partnership finally reached Earth, only to find a burnt-out nuclear wasteland. Both races were devastated. Later, Kara "Starbuck" Thrace and Leoben searched for the source of the weak signal that guided them to Earth, which ended up being the wreckage of Starbuck's raptor, which contained a dead body that is a dead ringer for her! WTF?!
Amidst all the devastation, President Roslin (Mary McDonnell) shut down...
Find out the last Cylon after the jump (no pun intended)...