How will Seth Meyers ensure this year's ESPY Awards is bigger and better than last year's? "I hate to say this, but performance enhancing drugs," the Saturday Night Live star deadpans.
Taking the stage for the second straight year (airing live Wednesday, 9pm/ET, ESPN), Meyers is looking forward to...
After the first three mind-blowing seasons of Damages, nothing should come as a surprise. But all the backstabbing and mayhem we've seen still doesn't quite prepare us for the scene being shot today at the show's Brooklyn soundstages: Glenn Close's Patty Hewes gazing tenderly into a child's eyes. OK, now we're shocked!
Turns out Patty is the guardian of her granddaughter. The hard-charging lawyer gained custody after ensuring the child's mother was jailed for statutory rape and her father, Patty's son, Michael (Zachary Booth), seemingly tried to run his mom down and went on...
Walt Willey and Susan Lucci
Can Prospect Park, the company taking ABC's All My Children and One Life to Live to the internet, possibly be ready to make the move with AMC as soon as September? Hard to believe, but that's what TV Guide Magazine is hearing.
Word is, the production company intends to waste no time — or lose any momentum — and will launch the reimagined AMC on...
Sam Malone's gone procedural: Ted Danson is returning to broadcast TV, joining the cast of CSI in a leading role.
According to CBS, Danson will play the new grave shift supervisor, moving to Vegas from the Portland crime lab. "He comes to the team as they are still grappling with the professional and personal fallout from last season's take-down ...
US Women's Soccer Team
It took two weeks, but it looks like America is finally paying attention to the Women's World Cup. The United States' sensational come-from-behind victory over Brazil as time was winding down in Sunday's quarterfinal match in Dresden, Germany, drew 3.89 million viewers on ESPN. That was easily the biggest audience of this year's tournament (which began June 26), and ranks as the...
Warner Bros. Comic-Con Swag Bags
For the second year in a row, Warner Bros. is sponsoring the official swag bag of Comic-Con International. These roomy sacks, which also convert into a backpack, are free to all attendees at the July 20-24 event at the San Diego Convention Center and are perfect for toting goodies sold and given out at the event...
Aaron Ashmore and Eddie McClintock
Welcome back to TV's official world of endless wonder!
Warehouse 13 opened back up for Season Three last night, and for fans of the super-fun sci-fi drama — about secret agents tasked with tracking down cursed artifacts — it was everything we'd hoped for and gave us even more to hope for. Like...
Syfy's Warehouse 13 returned for its third season last night with the proverbial bang, plus a seismic shock or two. The good news: Leading lady Joanne Kelly is still with us as Myka Bering, even though the tough, vulnerable, funny and deliciously dishy superagent quit her job in the Season 2 finale after her trust in H.G. Wells (Jaime Murray) almost led the end of the world. Now for the bad news (though it's actually good news!): The evil H.G. is already back — albeit in holographic form — cryptically claiming she's being held captive somewhere and urging Myka to return to her job at the Warehouse. TV Guide Magazine had an exclusive chat with Kelly to get the lowdown on Myka's return, her future with H.G. and her crazy-good chemistry with this hot new Steve guy.