The morning shows used to compete to have the splashiest street-level studios and big stunts. But now it's about being the next Morning Joe.
With its worn-in leather sofa and duct-taped-together flat screen, the loft set of Fox's New Girl exudes the vibe of lazy afternoons and beer-fueled late nights. A few feet away, Zooey Deschanel is cutting loose during a photo shoot. There's some emphatic twirling in a retro-chic, peony-pink party dress and some even more emphatic lip-synching into a toy microphone to a David Bowie track — all while rocking a rhinestone tiara.
Here's a shocker. TV Guide Magazine has learned that four-time Emmy winner Jonathan Jackson has decided to leave General Hospital and his role as Lucky Spencer and will shoot his final scenes November 17...
By the time you read this, Today's well-traveled Matt Lauer may well already be on his way to his next destination. This is the 10th anniversary of his "Where in the World Is Matt Lauer?" stunt (airing all week, starting at 7am), and as he tells our Stephen Battaglio, this could be ...
The Walking Dead
Question: I am currently enjoying The Walking Dead and Homeland, both cable shows and therefore both with shorter seasons. However, after a couple of fast-moving episodes at the start, they've both come to a bit of a standstill. The Walking Dead has basically been stuck at the same place for the last couple of episodes, and Homeland now feels like they don't ...
OK, how great is Fringe? Ever since the reset in last season's finale, the producers have been having a field day creating a new universe for the show about two universes. Olivia is sexier. Walter is crazier. Broyles is bad-assier. Lincoln Lee is savvier. Nina Sharp is (come on) sharper — and Liv's surrogate mom!
But whether we're talking Red or ...
Jane Lynch Tracking Suit
Ready to start holiday shopping for your TV-obsessed loved ones? Check out the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation's first annual holiday online auction, which opens for bidding on Tuesday, November 8. (www.ebay.com/emmysfoundation) The auction — benefiting the foundation's educational and archival programs — features props, memorabilia, and experiences that any TV fan will enjoy.
While this is the foundation's first holiday auction, they have hosted pre-Emmy Awards sales for the past four years. "One year we had a cane from House that sold for a little under $9,000," says program manager Debbie Slavkin. "And it had only been used in one episode. Last year, we had a fedora signed by Matt Bomer from White Collar, and that went for a little over $4,000.
Her pick for this auction's most popular item? "The tracksuit signed by...