This was not your typical Dancing With the Stars elimination. The stars and their pro partners were unusually upset by the ouster of crooner Michael Bolton — and even more upset by judge Bruno Tonioli's devastating comments on Bolton's performance the night before, including ...
No oops needed. Because Glee did it again.
Just when it was getting easier than Santana to write off the show as all cracked eggs and no omelet, they went and knocked it out of the lip-synching park with their Britney Spears episode. Granted, there was about as much plot as there was in Crossroads, and most of the hour was randomly strung-together fantasies sprung from the nitrous tank of John Stamos' dentist character, but when the fun (and quotability) is at a level this high, we'll let it pass. This time.
However, a few nits ...
If ever you needed proof of just how different NCIS and its spinoff NCIS: Los Angeles are, consider "Worst Nightmare," this week's episode of the mothership show. On NCIS: L.A., the team operates under top secrecy at all times, to the point of even the headquarters building being disguised; the agents pretty much go undercover just to go to the bathroom. Meanwhile, the latest hour of NCIS centered around the not-so-secret presence of... interns.
Interns? Yep, NCIS had an infestation of 'em, and rather than break out a can of Raid, Gibbs (Mark Harmon) was intentionally encouraging the influx of college students, showing off his softer — softie? — side....
Lenny Platt, Nic Robuck, David Gregory
Maybe this will help put those pesky cancellation rumors to rest. TV Guide Magazine has exclusively learned from ABC that the network recently struck new deals with ...
Order in the court! The Whole Truth's Rob Morrow recently visited TV Guide Magazine's Cubicle Confessions to share the unconventional way he prepared for his new role as a lawyer, discuss the worst job he's ever had and reveal if he'll return to HBO's Entourage next season. Check out the exclusive video after the jump!
TV Guide Letter Theater
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TV Guide Magazine loves to hear what our readers think. So do Scott Chernoff and Alison Flierl, two Conan O'Brien staffers who have started their own hilarious Web series, TV Guide Letter Theater. Alison and Scott dramatize the best missives to the magazine, like one reader's promise to ...
Get ready to be Scared Shrekless on October 28, when NBC presents the green ogre's Halloween follow-up to 2007's Shrek the Halls. The half-hour episode is made up of three vignettes, much like The Simpsons' annual "Treehouse of Horror."
The story begins when ...
The most radical departure in NBC's Law & Order: Los Angeles (Wednesday, 10/9c) isn't the new location, but the lack of a portentous "these are their stories" intro. It's not the only thing that has been lost in the transition.
The pilot episode (which includes a brief glimpse of Wanda de Jesus as the police lieutenant, replaced afterward by ...
How poetic for Julie Benz that just two days after she retires one alter ego — Rita was buried in Dexter's September 26 premiere — the actress will debut her new character on No Ordinary Family. And not just any character, but a scientist named Stephanie who suddenly develops superspeed.