Eddie McClintock and Joanne Kelly
Favorite sci-fi actors from Star Trek and Caprica will amp up the mystery and excitement on the third season of Syfy's Warehouse 13, returning with new episodes July 11. Star Trek Voyager's Jeri "Seven of Nine" Ryan debuts as a bride named Amanda on Aug. 1, while Kate "Captain Janeway" Mulgrew begins her four-episode run as Warehouse protector Jane in September. Both characters share a shocking connection to a series regular...
It's time to move on from the drama over the sudden shift in judges on The X Factor. So says Simon Cowell of British pop singer Cheryl Cole's sudden replacement by Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger, originally slated as the show's co-host. "It's about the contestants, they've got no interest in us bickering," Cowell told TV Guide Magazine at the show's auditions in Newark, NJ on June 9...
Neil Patrick Harris
TV star and Broadway veteran Neil Patrick Harris won raves — and an Emmy — for hosting the Tony Awards in 2009. The How I Met Your Mother star talks about taking the reigns of the show again on June 12 (8/7c, CBS).
TV Guide Magazine: How will you top your last performance? Dress in a Spiderman costume or as a Mormon missionary?
Harris: Thankfully Sean Hayes did a lot of silly costumes last year. I can steer clear of that joke. And I can — almost — guarantee I won't be on stage in drag. I will do a big opening number.
TV Guide Magazine: Who are some of the presenters this year?
Harris: There are so many...
Brandy may have been robbed of the mirror ball trophy on last year's Dancing With the Stars, but she reclaimed her diva status and has landed a juicy recurring role on Lifetime's Drop Dead Diva, which returns Sunday June 19 (9/8c). TV's former Moesha will...
Lost's Jacob is coming to the aid of The Closer. Actor Mark Pellegrino, who also played Supernatural's Lucifer, will recur on the TNT series beginning in mid-August.
Pellegrino will play Brenda's high-powered defense ...
Michael B. Jordan, Friday Night Lights
Friday Night Lights (Friday, 8/7c, NBC)
Someone needs an attitude adjustment — and that someone is star player Vince (Michael B. Jordan), caught in a tug of war over his future between his arrogant ex-con dad and well-meaning Coach Taylor, who threatens to bench Vince if he can't be more of a team player. Meanwhile, coach's wife Tami has her hands full with problem student Epyck and their daughter Julie runs off to....
Move over, Extreme Couponers. TLC is going after another quick money subculture: People obsessed with entering sweepstakes.
TLC has ordered the hour-long special High Stakes Sweepers, which follows passionate sweepstakes players as they spend their days and nights filling out contest entries in the hopes of striking it big. The new project comes fresh off the successful run of surprise hit Extreme Couponing, which has averaged nearly 2 million viewers and become a pop culture phenomenon.
Daytime's most controversial — and, now, precarious — soap is ABC's General Hospital and it has a new head writer. His name is Garin Wolf and he's been on the GH team since 1997. This isn't his first time as chief scribe — Wolf helmed the soap during the Writers Guild strike of 2007-08 — but this is certainly his most critical stint. (You'll see his work begin to air the week of July 25.) Can Wolf save GH from being swallowed whole by Katie Couric? Can he redeem child-killer Luke Spencer? Will he cut back on the mobsters? TV Guide Magazine spoke with Wolf to get a preview of things to come.