Here comes trouble! Queen of comedy Carol Burnett is back on her fave soap, ABC's All My Children, for her fifth stint (airing September 6 and 7) — and she's just in time for the Pine Valley High School reunion! Burnett's ...
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Question: Regardless of who wins, I have to say that watching The Glee Project this summer has been a total pleasure. I can't remember another reality competition where I was actually rooting for every contestant, and if Ryan Murphy wanted to add the entire final four to the Glee cast, I don't think I'd mind. But beyond the competition aspect, I love how the show gives us a behind-the-scenes glimpse into how Glee is written and choreographed each week. As a bona fide TV nerd, that's the kind of stuff I find fascinating, and it's given me a new respect for the hard work the regular cast must put in. What are the chances of The Glee Project getting a second season, and what do you think of the ...
Kate Walsh, Private Practice
As part of Addison's baby-making plans, Kate Walsh says her character will be back "in the stirrups" in a scene that should leave viewers in "utter shock." Remember, adds Kate, "The last time we saw Addison like that was on Grey's Anatomy when she was living in the woods with Derek, and Bailey found poison oak on her vajayjay."
To reestablish herself as queen bee, new CU freshman Naomi (AnnaLynne McCord) will buy an over-the-top mansion that she'll turn into a sorority house where friends such as Annie, Silver and newlyweds Ivy and Raj will live, reports 90210 exec producer Patti Carr. Not enrolling at CU: Dixon, who opts to pursue a music career.
But what's with the pig?
Pauley Perrette, NCIS
With TV's top scripted show approaching its 200th episode in early 2012, NCIS exec producer Gary Glasberg is pulling out all the stops. Among the reveals coming up:
They're blowing things up at Cinemax — literally. The channel, a testosterone-dripping younger brother to HBO, is adding the explosive new action series Strike Back in a bid to expand its oft-maligned original programming.
"Cinemax needed to evolve and feel like a premium to subscribers," says HBO miniseries president Kary Antholis, who also oversees shows for Cinemax. "We're trying to grow the brand to a place where it's serving another purpose for people."
But fans of "Skin-emax" will be relieved to hear that Strike Back features all kinds of action — both in the bedroom and on the battlefield. "We looked at...
American Idol and So You Think You Can Dance executive producer Nigel Lythgoe is in talks with The CW to set up a new singing competition at the young-skewing network.
The show, which Nigel Lythgoe Prods. would produce, would focus on finding the next big family singing group. (One insider likened it to a search for the next generation Partridge Family.)
Anthony Bourdain takes on the personalities who leave a bad taste in his mouth.
"The worst, most dangerous person to America is clearly Paula Deen. She revels in unholy connections with evil corporations and she's proud of the fact that her food is f---ing bad for you. If I were on at seven at night and loved by millions of people at every age, I would think twice before...