Jeers to Nurse Jackie for its ill-conceived third season.
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We still love Emmy winner (and Tony nominee!) Edie Falco, but frankly we're starting to get a little sick of her Showtime dramedy. Maybe it's because the show never goes away long enough for us to miss it — we became accustomed to the long waits between seasons of The Sopranos, but every time we turn around, Jackie checks back in for another round...
Lifetime has ordered the pilot Modern Love, based on a series of columns published in The New York Times. The project centers on newspaper science editor Simon McElvane, who must balance his collapsing marriage while raising an adopted 15-year-old daughter. He's then given the job of editor of the newspaper's "Modern Love" column, giving him the opportunity to learn more about life and love.
The show will weave in stories...
Cheers to Late Night with Jimmy Fallon for striking comedy gold at the expense of Donald Trump.
Two nights after the SNL alum's fellow "Weekend Update" anchor Seth Meyers — not to mention President Obama himself — decimated the Celebrity Apprentice star at the White House Correspondents Dinner — Fallon nailed Trump with a dead-on impression...
Awww, man. Does this mean more of her?
Last night, How I Met Your Mother once again spent way too much time trying to make Zoey happen, and honestly kids, it was so not fetch.
No shade on Jennifer Morrison, a fine actress with apparently limited comedic chops, but the character is just a lump of meh...
You might wonder where the inspiration comes from for some of the more outrageous get-ups on Dancing With the Stars. As for the flouncy purple-and-orange tango dress Kendra Wilkinson wore Monday night, the inspiration came from Barbie.
That's right, the famous doll. Wilkinson's pro partner, Louis Van Amstel, saw a tiny picture in a magazine and let his imagination take flight. "It was literally a small picture of Barbie in a black dress," says Van Amstel. "And tango is normally black, but this was black and boring"...
As he makes a splashy and controversial start to explore running for president, Donald Trump has been compared to P.T. Barnum. But is the showman really ready to trade in the boardroom on NBC's Celebrity Apprentice — in his words, "a ratings and demographic phenomenon" — for the Oval Office?
We'll find out this month, Trump tells TV Guide Magazine...
Ingela Ratledge and Matt Czuchry
Matt Czuchry doesn't like to lose. As Cary Agos — The Good Wife's deliciously multidimensional assistant state's attorney with a grudge — Czuchry (pronounced "zoo-cree") displays a fierce competitive streak. In person, the actor, 33, isn't much different — as he was only too happy to demonstrate over several merciless rounds of Skee-Ball at NYC arcade Dave & Buster's. What can we say? He's got game.
TV Guide Magazine: This season, viewers have seen a different side of Cary.
Czuchry: He's grown up quite a bit at the state's attorney's office. It's humbled him. Ambition is still at the root of who he is, but now we see more sincerity and vulnerability...
Bones is back. After another down-to-the-wire negotiation, Fox and 20th Century Fox TV are expected to announce a firm one-year renewal for the show later this week.
Star David Boreanaz couldn't resist jumping the gun, however, writing on his Twitter account on Monday night that "Season 7 is GO for Bones."
Coincidentally, it was...
Dexter, Michael C. Hall
Rita, we hardly knew ya. As Showtime's Dexter gears up for a sixth season of carnage, it seems Dexter Morgan (Michael C. Hall) may be getting a love interest to help heal the loss of his murdered wife. The series is on the lookout for a gorgeous twentysomething Latina who will play a character named Jamie. Jamie is a student of Cuban decent who relocates to Miami to attend grad school. Her over-the-top, positive energy is just what Dexter needs.
This exclusive season finale photo certainly suggests a May 16 wedding for Chuck and Sarah, but don't start throwing rice just yet. "The wedding has been something we've been building up to, but this being Chuck, that doesn't mean everyone will survive until the 'I Do's,'" warns series co-creator Chris Fedak.