Where is Peter Bishop?
Right here, folks! In this exclusive first-look at Fringe's Season 4 promo poster, fans finally get proof that the producers won't be playing games with our hearts by keeping Josh Jackson's recently evaporated character out in the ether for too long. In fact, as you can see from this Escher-meets-action ad, our boy is clearly back and seems poised for action alongside Liv, Walter and a lot of expectations when the show returns on Sept. 23 at 9/8c on Fox.
Forest Whitaker, most recently seen in front of the camera on CBS' short-lived spin-off Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior, is back behind the scenes for his next TV project.
TNT is developing the drama project H.I.K.E. with Whitaker's Spirit Dance Entertainment production company. But Whitaker is not only an executive producer on it, he's also co-writing the drama
George Lopez and Eva Longoria
Despite news of his TBS talk show's abrupt cancellation and her Desperate Housewives wrapping up after the upcoming season, there was a lot of laughter when George Lopez and Eva Longoria came together recently in a Hollywood warehouse. The two old amigos were shooting promos for their second go-round as co-hosts of the ALMA Awards, honoring the best in Latin music, film and television.
After taking a year off to retool, the ALMAs will air September 16 on NBC. I was the only print reporter invited to the shoot to talk to the pair about what we can expect from the show and how they're dealing with all the changes in their lives.
TV Guide Magazine: Eva, this will be your fifth year hosting the ALMAs. What's going to be different?
Modern Family patriarch Ed O'Neill (Jay Pritchett) received his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Tuesday — but surprisingly, he's more even excited about his customary bonus gift awarded to each recipient — a $9 loaf of pumpkin bread baked by the Dominican nuns of L.A.'s Monastery of the Angels. Why? Ed loves meat. I mean, he really, really loves meat and just can't wait to use the bread for sandwiches.
OK, so first off, PLL is so lucky Dr. Sullivan is still alive. Love her.
Secondly... Jenna orchestrated Ali's death? No pun intended, but we can totally see that.
Last night, the juicy lil' sudser wrapped up the first half of Season 2 with an hour of wowsers, including one heart-busting breakup (we love you, too, Toby!), the return of shifty Det. Wilden and what really seemed like the reveal that Rosewood's resident blind beyotch Jenna had not just framed our foursome for Ali's death, but had actually roped kid-faced cop Garrett into helping her commit the heinous crime.
Neil Patrick Harris is fast becoming the busiest man in show business, so it's fitting that he'd be working on Labor Day. The How I Met Your Mother star — whose summer activities included hosting the Tony Awards, starring in the box office hit The Smurfs, and a guest-judging stint on So You Think You Can Dance — guest stars on next Monday's episode of the Cartoon Network whimsical series Adventure Time...
Chaz Bono, Ricki Lake and David Arquette
Hang on to your sequins and strappy sandals: The 13th season of Dancing With the Stars is unleashing a cast that would make the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus green with envy. Among them: a Kardashian, an L.A. Laker, George Clooney's sexy Italian ex, and the first transgender contestant, Chaz (formerly Chastity) Bono.