Hugh Laurie and Lisa Edelstein
By now we're all familiar with that photo of House and Cuddy (Hugh Laurie and Lisa Edelstein) cozying it up on the beach, taken earlier this summer, but House creator and executive producer David Shore says we shouldn't read too much into the image. "That picture was so deceptive. It's not going to be lovey-dovey, happily ever after...
Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz
Bones executive producer Stephen Nathan, whose wife is obsessed with Bravo's Real Housewives of New Jersey, tells me Bones has ordered up an episode that sends Booth and Brennan to the Jersey Shore—complete with characters straight out of the current crop of Jersey reality shows. Says Nathan, "Jersey is a pretty big phenomenon at the moment, so we were curious what it would be like if we murdered someone down there." Snooki and Danielle Staub, call your agents. Sounds like there could be a part for you...
No news wasn't good news for the press gathered at Fox's TCA day on Monday, with everyone hoping in vain for some definitive word on who'll be judging (or not) on American Idol next season. No deals, so no deal, said the side-stepping Fox execs.
Who needs judges? Let us be the judge—of Fox's new fall programming, which is the main reason summer TCA exists, after all. The good news: Fox is launching only three new shows, and one is my favorite new drama of the season and one my favorite new comedy...
The stars of NBC and USA kept TV Guide Magazine's photo booth popping at the annual Television Critics Association press tour as ...
WNBA Breast Health Awareness
WNBA fans, there's no need to adjust your TV screens this week, but don't be shocked by all the pink. As part of the women's hoops league's annual breast health awareness initiative, home teams in four nationally televised games will sport pink and white uniforms. Additionally, coaches will wear pink ties and scarves and referees will call the action with pink whistles.
The players' uniforms ...
Catherine Ommanney, Stacie Turner, Mary Amons, Lynda Erkiletian, Michaele Salahi
The following is a special guest review by New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd
The fantasy cast of The Real Housewives of Washington D.C. would feature Michelle Obama, Nancy Pelosi, Hillary Clinton and the fearsome Cheney sisters. Not only do these women wield real influence in the capital, they're also the ones you'd want on your side if you ever found yourself in a knife fight in a Hong Kong alley.
But on Bravo, connections are less important than claws. So instead, interspersed with shots of the Washington monuments, we get five women on the periphery of the periphery of power, so far outside the marbled inner sanctum that it required ...
Yo, Adrienne! She's famous for playing kickass broads — from Broadway's original Rizzo in Grease to divorcee Carol Traynor in the landmark sitcom Maude to the snake charmer Ruthie in HBO's Carnivale — and now Adrienne Barbeau is doing it again on General Hospital. She joins the ABC soap August 12 as Suzanne Stanwyck, a Christiane Amanpour-type foreign correspondent who runs an organization that helps exploited children. And she doesn't need Angelina Jolie. Suzanne's goodwill ambassador is international mega-model Brenda Barrett (Vanessa Marcil Giovinazzo)! Barbeau is a pro at conquering new genres and winning new fan bases. After Maude, she turned horror-flick scream queen (The Fog, Creepshow, Swamp Thing). Later, she became ...