Cheers to Justified for giving Margo Martindale the role of a lifetime: Mags Bennett.
The prodigiously gifted character actress, who's been amazing in everything from Sidney Lumet's sadly forgotten A&E drama series 100 Centre Street to Clint Eastwood's Oscar-winner Million Dollar Baby, is nothing short of miraculous as the backwoods drug runner on FX's just-renewed (yay!) crime drama. You can also see her shine on CBS' new spy dramedy Chaos, debuting on April Fool's Night, and in the current arthouse hit Win Win.
The future's so bright for the stars of The Voice, they've gotta wear shades.
At a recent photo shoot to promote NBC's talent competition ...
Cheers to Lights Out for putting Valerie Perrine back in the ring.
FX's tragically cancelled boxing drama brought the Oscar-nominated actress (for 1974's stand-up biopic Lenny) out of semi-retirement to play Mae, the long-absent mother of heavyweight contender "Lights" Leary (Holt McCallanny). The 67-year-old actress—who was last seen on the small screen in a 2005 episode of Third Watch—still looks great, and she worked up a potent chemistry with Stacy Keach as her ex-husband, Pops...
Love Line co-host Mike Catherwood may have gotten the lowest scores on the leader board, but the first star to be eliminated from Dancing With The Stars twelfth season should've gotten big bonus points for brutal honesty — and wearing his heart on his sleeve.
The handsome 31-year-old went into this competition knowing he wasn't the next Fred Astaire. "I'm coordinated and athletic," says Catherwood. "But I'm not graceful. I'm very herky-jerky."|
Upstairs, Downstairs fever is raging once again! Already seen by an audience of one billion in over 70 countries, the landmark British soap opera (1971-75) is coming back in an eagerly awaited PBS sequel April 10, with Jean Marsh still in the role of the deliciously officious Rose. What's more, the original series has just been released on DVD in a fabulous 40th anniversary edition (available at acornonline.com). The collector set includes all five seasons, over 25 hours of never-before-seen features, episode commentaries, cast interviews (both vintage and new) and an alternate ending to the series pilot. TV Guide Magazine spoke with one of the original's greatest stars, Lesley-Anne Down, now best known as the cougarific Jackie M on The Bold and the Beautiful. Back then she played the dazzling Lady Georgina Worsely. And, man, does Down have wild memories of her time at 165 Eaton Place!
James Lesure has created a niche for himself as a go-to cool guy, playing a charming casino worker for five seasons on Las Vegas and now a charismatic former basketball star who's friends with Matthew Perry's Ben on Mr. Sunshine.
TV Guide Magazine: Were you hired for your hoop skills?
Lesure: [Laughs] I like to play. I'm winning, to quote the great Charlie Sheen...
Mae West once said, "All discarded lovers should be given a second chance, but with somebody else." Several TV networks couldn't agree more.
The Game was dumped by The CW in 2009 when the network decided to get out of the half-hour comedy business. Since relocating to cable network BET in January, the sexy, soapy sitcom about pro football players and the women who love them has averaged 4.4 million viewers — more than any current show on The CW...
Seriously, what the hell, ABC?
Ever since the network announced that Chris Brown would perform on last night's Dancing With the Stars results show — days after he trashed his Good Morning America dressing room in a fit of rage over being asked about his attack on Rihanna — we've all been scratching our heads. Sure, he has a hit record out right now, but he also has a record of hitting. It just didn't sit right with a lot of folks that this guy got a pass. Especially since it wasn't that long ago that Adam Lambert, who has never been charged with brutalizing anyone, was once banned from GMA for simply kissing a dude on the '09 American Music Awards.
NBC has tapped Australian TV personality Darren McMullen to host its new summer "adventure dating" show Love in the Wild.
The show — a mashup of Survivor and The Bachelor, with a little Temptation Island sprinkled on top — follows ten single men and ten single women as they pair up each week to...