Sure, you've probably heard Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe" over 100 times this summer, but you'll definitely be hearing it at least once more come fall.
As we predicted, Glee will cover the catchy summer tune in Season 4, TVGuide.com has confirmed. Members of...
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[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Sunday's episode of True Blood. Read at your own risk.]
Bon Temps lost one more resident in Sunday's episode of True Blood — but thankfully...
Warning: The following article contains spoilers about the women's basketball games on Saturday, as well as other Olympic results.
The U.S. women's basketball team won its fifth straight Olympic gold medal Saturday, defeating France 86-50. Star player Candace Parker scored 21 points. Earlier in the day, Australia defeated Russia 83-74 to win the bronze medal.
Yeah, we know. After months of blasting the "hit song" of the summer in the car, in the gym and at home, it feels like having to listen to the ubiquitous "Call Me Maybe" one more time could drive someone over the edge. But what if instead of Carly Rae Jepsen's vocals, it was Rachel Berry (Lea Michele) singing a slowed-down arrangement as she explores the single life in New York?
Glee's Ryan Murphy Tweets Spoilers: The first group song, Sam's new lady and a break-up
Glee has recycled the most overplayed and stale pop songs to great success for three seasons, whether it be the Warblers' a capella take on Katy Perry's "Teenage Dream" or the New Directions' first group performance of the karaoke staple "Don't Stop Believin'." So who's to say the glee clubbers can't achieve the same success with the current must-have songs of the summer? We examined the best and brightest offerings from Top 40 radio to offer the show's writing staff a few friendly suggestions for the new season. You're welcome!
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It's the question of the fall season: Will Arizona Robbins and Mark Sloan die on Grey's Anatomy?
The fates of the remaining stranded survivors — Meredith (Ellen Pompeo), Derek (Patrick Dempsey), Cristina (Sandra Oh), Arizona (Jessica Capshaw) and Mark (Eric Dane) — were uncertain at the end of the Season 8 finale. But when TVGuide.com recently spoke with executive producer Shonda Rhimes, she inadvertently confirmed that Meredith, Derek and Cristina would survive when she gave up some information on how they'll be dealing with the aftermath of the crash next season. But what about Mark and Arizona?
Jane Bingum — the real one — will return in the season finale of Drop Dead Diva!
The real Jane (Brooke Elliott) was last seen in the series premiere, in which she took a bullet for Parker (Josh Stamberg). At the same time, Deb (then portrayed by Brooke D'Orsay) died in a car accident. When Deb got to heaven, she pressed the "return" button on Fred's (Ben Feldman) keyboard and came back to Earth in the only body available: Jane's. Now, in the Season 4 finale, we'll find out where real Jane has been all this time.
Mad Men's Ben Feldman returns to Drop Dead Diva
"Since day one of Drop Dead Diva, viewers have been asking me what happened...