This summer, the cast of Modern Family gathered in Los Angeles to treat a fan-packed auditorium to a live table read of an upcoming episode. Check out the hilarious exclusive clip after the jump featuring Julie Bowen, Ty Burrell and Emmy winner Eric Stonestreet as they preview some standout Season 2 jokes and storylines!
Kimberly McCullough and Michael Sutton
He's Stoned again! Long-missing fan fave Michael Sutton returns to General Hospital September 28-29, some 15 years after his character, Stone Cates, died of AIDS in one of the most powerful and tragic love stories ever. This time around, Stone will appear to his girlfriend Robin (Kimberly McCullough), whom he unknowingly infected with HIV, when she's trapped in a well and devastated by a crapload of problems (her broken marriage, her husband's psycho ex-girlfriend). TV Guide Magazine spoke with the Emmy-nominated Sutton, who quit acting several years ago and became hugely successful in the L.A. restaurant and nightclub biz. He currently owns the hot West Hollywood lounge Guys & Dolls....
Martina Navratilova and Chris Evert
Sports rivalries aren't always defined by wins, losses and hostility. OK, maybe they are when it comes to Duke and Carolina, the Yankees and Red Sox, and Ohio State and Michigan. But the story of Martina Navratilova and Chris Evert is as much about friendship as it is about Grand Slam titles. The duo waged a tennis tug of war that dominated their sport for much of the 1970s and '80s, but they also shared an off-court bond that rarely received any media attention...
When Andie MacDowell joins the new Fox drama Lone Star as Jon Voight's love interest, she won't be playing nice. "Surprisingly, she's a nasty con woman who's brought in to help Bob's father with his idea of going after the company fortune," creator and executive producer Kyle Killen said at Fox's PaleyFest: Fall TV Preview Party, sponsored by TV Guide Magazine, on September 13.
Lone Star, premiering September 20, centers around charming con man Bob Allen (James Wolk), who's leading a double life. In one, he is ...
Maura West and Eric Braeden
Maura West won double Emmys playing As the World Turns' Carly Tenney and is one of the most revered women in soaps — so how come she's so nervous about joining The Young and the Restless? TV Guide Magazine caught up with the actress, who hits Genoa City October 8 as the new Diane Jenkins, and found out she's downright starstruck...
The Big Bang Theory
The morning after he won the Emmy for best lead actor in a comedy series, Jim Parsons thought he might have dreamt the whole thing. But his cell phone's constant buzzing was confirmation that his portrayal of physicist Sheldon Cooper on The Big Bang Theory had made him a bona fide star. "I have been absolutely inundated with texts, calls and e-mails from so many people," Parsons told TV Guide Magazine just hours after taking home the trophy. "I have several texts that I cannot identify. Somebody named Kimberly has written me and I don't know if I should just write back and say 'Kimberly who?' You don't realize how many people there are in your life until something like this happens and you're like, holy moley, I have a lot of people in my life that I love."
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There are a lot of people who love Parsons, Sheldon and Big Bang, the CBS sitcom about an endearingly idiosyncratic group of scientist friends and their aspiring-actress neighbor...
Nancy Grace, Swift Justice
Jeers to Swift Justice.
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No, I'm not talking about Taylor Swift's VMA revenge on Kanye West — although I'd rather watch those two mudwrestle than this new syndicated Judge Judy not-gonnabe with Nancy Grace. Can someone please explain this browbeating brute's appeal? As if she doesn't have enough time on her nightly hourlong self-titled HLN jeremiad to badger would-be witnesses, now she's appointed herself judge, jury and executioner on small-claims cases brought by plaintiffs and defendants naïve — or attention-starved — enough to allow Grace to make a final, binding decision...
With 30 new shows premiering on the major networks this fall, the doors are wide open for a new breakout hit. Could it be The Event, the sci-fi thriller starring Jason Ritter, Laura Innes and Blair Underwood? Or will the working-class comedy Raising Hope with Martha Plimpton and Cloris Leachman become the new Roseanne? Perhaps the action and tropical scenery of Hawaii Five-0 will bring audiences back to the islands. But Tom Selleck's Blue Bloods and its family of New York City cops might end up TV's most arresting drama. Vote in our poll after the jump...
Jim Belushi and Jerry O'Connell
As Vegas defense attorneys in CBS's new legal drama The Defenders, Jerry O'Connell and Jim Belushi get to banter in court and represent some interesting characters in stories loosely based on the trials of real-life Sin City attorneys Michael Cristalli and Marc Saggese.
Is Greens the killer? The murder of David Hayward on ABC's All My Children takes a trippy turn next week when his wife Greenlee — played by Rebecca Budig — admits she forged several letters to make it appear that the evil doc committed suicide. But is the guy really dead? A rep for Vincent Irizarry, who played David, recently posted a statement on the actor's official Facebook page saying Irizarry was "still in negotiations" with the show — suggesting this might be yet another phony "death" in Pine Valley. Irizarry then issued a follow-up statement claiming this announcement was "unauthorized and premature" but never said it was untrue. What ev. TV Guide Magazine spoke to Budig in the midst of the Irizarry hoo-hah and got her take on the whodunit. Guess which soap she hopes to land on if Greens gets the electric chair!