30 for 30
Imagine running a marathon. Now imagine doing that every day for 143 straight days. With an artificial leg. In the spring of 1980, Terry Fox embarked on his ambitious Marathon of Hope, running across his native Canada to raise awareness and money to fight cancer, the disease that led to the amputation of his right leg. The cancer resurfaced ...
In an effort to up the ratings — and apparently our blood pressures — it seems the powers-that-be at the season's best new drama (albeit the one with the lowest numbers) decided to give us something more than just ...
The Good Wife
And you thought premiere week was over. There are still a few new arrivals to sort through — check in Wednesday for some last-minute thoughts on NBC's Law & Order: Los Angeles (which only this week became available for preview) — so let's start with one of the more promising underdogs.
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Here's now I welcomed ABC's No Ordinary Family (8/7c) in TV Guide's Fall Preview ...
First the kiss and now this! It's wedding day and House and Cuddy are shaking booty on the dance floor. She's in a slinky backless gown. He's in a tuxedo (and sneakers, naturally) and they're talking guest lists and chocolate fountains. For reals, as House likes to say. Fox would kill us if we spilled too much about this upcoming House episode but, OK, House and Cuddy aren't the ones tying the knot just yet. Of course, the way their romance is plowing ahead after six seasons of platonic simmer, it might be wise to keep your Monday nights free just in case.
So far this season, House (Hugh Laurie) and Cuddy (Lisa Edelstein) have cuddled, snuggled, snogged, fondled like 10th graders and played a hot round of sexy Boggle (i lobe you? Really, House?).
Since House and Cuddy have answers for everything, TV Guide Magazine barraged the actors who play them with snoopy questions in a penthouse suite of the Los Angeles hotel where the wedding scenes were being shot. There was plenty of giggling and flirty repartee, even as we asked the snoopiest question of all: Was consummating Cuddy and House's relationship the kiss of death for the series? ...
Jessica Capshaw, Sara Ramirez and Kevin McKidd
The blockbuster shows have returned! The Grey's Anatomy docs worked through post-traumatic stress while the Glee kids auditioned new members and sung their angst-filled teenaged hearts out. Booth surprised Brennan with a new girlfriend on Bones, but Benson and Stabler returned for a record-breaking 12th season of Law & Order: SVU. So which premiere week episode did you enjoy the most?