Smallville offers an exciting glimpse of what's to come for Clark Kent in the show's final season with the October 8 return of V's Laura Vandervoort as Clark's cousin Kara, who has been MIA for almost two years. "Kara returns in a very heroic way," Laura tells me. "When I found out this could be my last episode, I thought it would be great to see a quick glimpse of her in the uniform before she takes off." Lucky Laura's getting her wish...
Gregory Itzin, nominated for his guest stint as former President Logan on 24, told TV Guide Magazine he's joining Big Love as a senator who's trying to suss out Bill Henrickson. "I've only worked with Bill Paxton and that may be the case throughout," says the actor, who's so far committed to five episodes as Paxton's nemesis. "By saying 'I'm a polygamist' [Henrickson] gums up the works — it's inappropriate behavior. It's also irresponsible because he didn't say it before he ran. So I call him to task about that."
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Returning to the scene of his monumental Emmy-winning documentary When the Levees Broke, Spike Lee revisits New Orleans five years after the calamity of Hurricane Katrina. It begins on a joyous note with the Saints' Super Bowl win, but turns somber as more environmental tragedy strikes with the BP oil spill. We feel helpless all over again as we watch...
After shooting scenes in Paris, the Gossip Girls returned home to New York — and a legion of fans. "Girls were screaming everywhere," an onlooker tells TV Guide Magazine. "They had to close off the park just to shoot, and each actress had a bodyguard."
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Working alongside her real-life ex may not have worked so well on House, but that hasn't discouraged Jennifer Morrison from accepting a role on her current beau's new crime series. Jennifer, so well liked in her role as House's Dr. Allison Cameron until she was inexplicably written off the Fox medical drama last season, will guest star in...
A couple weeks back, I revealed that NBC's Chuck would be bringing back Armand Assante in the fourth episode of its new season. Now Armand's character, Premier Alejandro Goya, has been given an exotic wife in the shapely form of...
Someone forgot to tell Henry Winkler about typecasting. You'd think after playing one of the most iconic characters of a generation, the Fonz on Happy Days, Winkler would have had some trouble getting new roles. But the parts just keep on coming. In addition to his recurring role as the estranged father on USA's Royal Pains, Winkler has now joined the cast of Adult Swim's Childrens Hospital as the ridiculously nice hospital administrator. The series, which mercilessly skewers the medical show genre, was created by The Daily Show alum Rob Corddry during the writers' strike of 2007-08, and streamed online at thewb.com in five-minute segments. Now graduated to ...
If medical shows like House, Grey's Anatomy or even Scrubs have been too serious for you, then you might want to check into Childrens Hospital.
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The series, which mercilessly skewers the genre, was created by The Daily Show alum Rob Corddry during the writers' strike of 2007—08, and streamed online at thewb.com in five-minute segments. Now graduated to Cartoon Network's late-night Adult Swim (where the initial shorts have been airing since July), Hospital begins a run of 12 original, 15-minute episodes on Sunday at 10:30/9:30c.
Corddry stars as Blake Downs...