Sean Patrick Flannery
How cool is this? Actor Sean Patrick Flanery, known for TV hits ranging from The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles to The Dead Zone and that forever fab flick Powder, is heading to the CBS soap The Young and the Restless. He hits the air mid-April. In a nice switch-up, Flanery won't be playing yet another rich, Genoa City power-schemer but rather a...
Disney Channel has found some big talent to entertain the little viewers of Special Agent Oso.
Mel Brooks, Sarah Chalke, Rebecca Romijn, Jenna Elfman and Freddy Rodriguez are among the stars who have signed on to provide guest voices on the animated preschool series.
The star-studded episodes will air the week of April 4 on Disney Channel's Disney Junior block. In one episode, Brooks will play a...
So far, we've only seen the "over there" version of Seth Gabel's Fringe Division badass, Lincoln Lee. But on next Friday's Fringe, he debuts as this universe's Lee and fans are in for a world of differences!
TV Guide Magazine: You realize fans love you, right? We want a Lincoln spin-off.
Gabel: Really? That would be...
As MTV winds down its third cycle of reality TV phenomenon Jersey Shore, it's hard to believe that it has only been 15 months since the show first introduced America to the wonders of gym, tanning and laundry.
The show has already turned into a lucrative franchise for MTV — and now regularly beats American Idol in the cable network's key demographic of 12-to-34-year-olds. As the show's cast and crew pack their bags for a Season 4 trip to Italy, here's a brief history of how we got to this point...
It's almost hard to recall what Glee's New Directions looked — and sounded — like before the arrival of Sam Evans, played by Chord Overstreet. Here's why we think his blond ambition strikes just the right note.
After an explosive season that included a flashback episode giving insight into Neal and Peter's cat-and-mouse days and an epic finale, airing tonight, TV Guide Magazine asked the cast and creators of White Collar what kind of episode they'd like to do in Season 3. Turns out many of their wishes may come true.
Regarding the rumors that Anne Rice, author of Interview with the Vampire, might co-write an episode, co-exec producer Mark Goffman tells TV Guide Magazine that the writing staff is very excited about the prospect.
Take it from Tia Mowry: Everybody loves a good comeback story. Two years after her football wives comedy The Game was canceled by The CW, the revived series is scoring big-time ratings for BET. And in April, Mowry will begin shooting a new reality series documenting her first pregnancy — her husband is actor Cory Hardrict — and her twin sister Tamera's wedding plans. Touchdown!
Well, I for one can't recall ever seeing this on a television sitcom before. And I imagine it's a safe bet that this "ground-breaking" episode will not win any sensitivity awards.
TV Land's Hot in Cleveland has cast former Desperate Housewives actor Richard Burgi, who played Susan's ex-husband Karl, as one half of conjoined twin brothers, Timothy and Richard. Burgi will play Timothy, who is set up on a date with Victoria (Wendie Malick). Victoria is, of course, unaware that her date is bringing along a little extra baggage.
How do you feel about Hot in Cleveland's most outlandish plot yet? And who would you like to see attached to Richard Burgi?
Dag, maybe they should change the name to The Women Yell All.
Last night, Bachelor Brad Womack's harem of exes reconvened for the beloved bitchfest known as The Women Tell All, and it took all of 28 minutes — including the pec-filled, required-by-law recap clips — for the ladies to start hurling the hater-tots. Prime target: venomous vixen Michelle. It was kind of tasty, mostly because fans have been waiting for her comeuppance since the first time she opened her mouth and all that nasty came pouring out.