Anyone who's watched an episode of The Biggest Loser knows you don't mess with Jillian Michaels. But on October 13, Canadian self-proclaimed fitness expert James Fell called the reality TV star "an actress ...
Wizards of Waverly Place
Wizards of Waverly Place fans hold onto your magic wands, because the events of Friday's Season 3 finale will change the lives of the magical Russo siblings forever.
While a spell has been cast to keep us from revealing the outcome ...
With CSI in production on its 11th season, creator Anthony Zuiker realized his show needed "event" episodes, he says, "to fight for every eyeball you can." To that end, he's written tonight's chilling installment — his first CSI script since one he wrote in 2006 for CSI: NY.
"I desperately wanted to go back to CSI because I sorely missed it," explains Zuiker, who also launched a popular book series. In 2009, he released Level 26: Dark Origins, featuring lawman Steve Dark hunting down a crazed serial killer named Sqweegel...
Leaving the stress of his onscreen marriage behind, Grey's Anatomy's Kevin McKidd (Owen) is trying on a director's hat for a series of six Grey's webisodes to air on abc.com beginning October 14.
Or should we say Webbersodes? ...
And we thought Dr. House was bad. On the November 7 episode of Fox's The Simpsons, House star Hugh Laurie voices a sinister character named Roger, a mysterious castaway who interrupts Marge and Homer's romantic second honeymoon cruise...
"We done with our tea and crumpets?" asked Gibbs (Mark Harmon), interrupting a cozy moment between his team and a British ally-or-adversary in "Royals and Loyals." This particular NCIS episode wasn't done at all, of course, exploiting every stereotype of Anglo-American differences. The false suspect of the week, Royal Marine Major Peter Molloy (Daniel Gillies), insulted our tea ("tastes like paper"), our beer ("horse excrement"), and our Gibbs (by comparing him to...
Debra Jo Rupp
After portraying maternal throwback Kitty Forman for eight seasons on Fox's That '70s Show, Debra Jo Rupp is thankful to go back to the present. In ABC's comedy Better With You — about a family dealing with the youngest daughter's pregnancy and quickie engagement — the actress plays a decidedly more modern mom.
"I think [being a] matriarch is in the stars now, given my age, but this is a different kind of role. Kitty was ever cheerful, but Vicky, not so much. And she has a nice hairdo," says Rupp.
When That '70s Show ended its run in 2006, Rupp took time off ...
Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino
It's been a really rough week — a double whammy — for Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino, the fourth star to be shown the door on Dancing With The Stars. Sorrentino stormed off the set Monday night after the judges called his Argentine Tango "a terrible mess," upset because they didn't appreciate the dangerous lifts he pulled off with his pro partner, Karina Smirnoff. But he was equally upset that his other hit show, MTV's Jersey Shore, featured him in an extremely unflattering light, slapping his cast mate, Snooki, after he asked her to leave a club, and she refused...
NBC's hit comedy 30 Rock will air two live episodes — one for the east coast, one for the west — this Thursday, and Tracy Morgan promises that the audience can expect the unexpected: "Somebody gonna get pregnant!" the star joked.
Tina Fey and company have been working tirelessly over the past week to convert Studio 8H in Rockefeller Plaza, currently home to late night staple Saturday Night Live, into the world of 30 Rock, including Jack's office, Tracy's dressing room...
Cory Monteith, Lea Michele
For the second week in a row, the Tuesday night treat that was rapidly going from a hit to a "huh?" nailed it with an episode that had — wait for it — actual plot. No Britney numbers. No forced guest stars. No reasons to check out.
It's amazing how satisfying a show can be when the characters we invested in a year ago get to do something more than set-dress a stunt...