Enrique Murciano and Cote de Pablo
NCIS (Tuesday, 8/7c, CBS)
The office watercooler is going to explode when Ziva introduces her new boyfriend — Without a Trace's Enrique Murciano as Ray — to her nosy co-workers. But he's not the only new-ish face making waves. Special Agent Barrett (Brothers & Sisters' Sarah Jane Morris) returns to clash with Gibbs, as she takes lead on a case that may be connected to a port-to-port serial killer, a storyline that continues into next week's episode. Well into its eighth season, NCIS continues to steamroller the competition — which this year includes ABC's No Ordinary Family, which signs off probably for good with a season finale pitting the family of accidental superheroes against the sinister Mrs. X (Lucy Lawless), who has young JJ in her clutches...
It's a good thing Heidi Klum has a great sense of humor. Just moments after telling TV Guide Magazine that she definitely wasn't slime-appropriately dressed, the Gucci-clad supermodel was covered in the famous green gunk at the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards on April 2. But a little slime shouldn't rattle the host of Lifetime's Seriously Funny Kids, who has learned to expect the unexpected as part of every workday. "I love the challenge of interviewing 12 kids in a day and not knowing what I'm going to get at the end of the day," said Klum. "You laugh all day because they're just silly. They just dance around the set."
She confirms that her other reality show, which will include hubby Seal...
The warlocks were out in full force for the first date of Charlie Sheen's live tour in Detroit on Saturday night — but the crowd quickly turned against the former Two and a Half Men star, who abruptly ended his show after one hour, amid hecklers and boos.
Sheen's profanity-laced live act, which was loosely structured around a faux mobile app called "The Masheen," kicked off with two porn stars singing the National Anthem to a packed crowd of 5,000 at the Fox Theater. Sheen then appeared to a rowdy standing ovation with his...
One Life To Live
It's no April Fools' joke. At the very end of today's episode of One Life to Live, viewers learned that the killer of creepy psychopath Eddie Ford (John Wesley Shipp) is none other than Matthew Buchanan, the high-school junior played by Eddie Alderson. We all know Matthew's mom ...
Think it's easy, being a contestant on American Idol? Try being a 16-year-old who has to squeeze three hours of school into a murderous schedule of rehearsals, fittings, video shoots, guest appearances and chats with the press. For Thia Megia, who was given her walking papers Thursday night, it's an experience she'll always treasure. But the first word out of her mouth when you ask her how she's feeling?
It was the end of the road Thursday night for American Idol's exotic flower, Naima Adedapo. But the funky, self-assured 26-year-old from Milwaukee has no regrets about her risky move to put a reggae spin on Elton John's "I'm Still Standing." For her, the show fulfilled her dreams as a performer and...
Susan Lucci, Erika Slezak
God, I hope I'm wrong about this. In recent weeks, there has been a lot of highly reliable buzz about the possible cancellation of ABC's All My Children. But TV Guide Magazine has learned that...
Jamie Campbell Bower and Tamsin Egerton
They brought us the wildly carnal and grotesque Spartacus: Blood and Sand. Now the folks at Starz are having a go at King Arthur. Their sprawling new series Camelot — shot in Ireland — is a risqué, politically feverish reboot of Arthurian lore that twists and turns the ...