Ellen Pompeo and Patrick Dempsey
Can't wait to find out what's next for Mer and Der — and the rest of the Grey's Anatomy crew — after last season's killer finale?
TV Guide Magazine is sitting down with Ellen Pompeo and Patrick Dempsey to ask your burning questions and reveal the answers in our Sept. 27 cover story. Submit your questions after the jump...
Michael Zegen and John Scurti
Cheers to Rescue Me for setting up a scorching summer finale.
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Denis Leary's FX firefighter dramedy ended its penultimate 2010 episode with two men down: Lou (John Scurti, TV's most underrated actor), whose heart problems caused a warehouse fire to worsen, and probie Damien (Michael Zegen, who's come into his own this season). Tommy Gavin's godson, who's run hot and cold on the idea of following in his late father's FDNY bootsteps, literally had the ceiling fall in on him.
The question is: Can either be rescued...
After nine seasons of tidying cluttered homes, Niecy Nash won her first Daytime Emmy as producer and host of Clean House (Wednesdays, 10/9c, Style Network) in June. The comedian shares some neatening tips and what's behind her trademark flower...
Herself, aka real-estate mogul Jeff Lewis' long-suffering assistant and constant target of abuse on Flipping Out (Tuesday, 9/8c, Bravo). "It's only because I want her to grow and improve," says Jeff...
Auggie Anderson — the girl-crazy CIA agent on USA's new spy-games hit Covert Affairs (Tuesdays, 10/9c, USA)— may be blind, but TV fans sure have gotten an eyeful of the actor who plays him. In the past six years, Christopher Gorham has starred in as many series — some successful, some not so much. He was the titular human computer in Jake 2.0, the black sheep in a family of docs in the short-lived sitcom Out of Practice, a young M.D. in Medical Investigation and the secret killer on Harper's Island. But most famously, he romanced one Betty Suarez ...
Gia Allemand, Bachelor Pad
Is it something about the initials B.P. that inspire idiocy?
On last night's Bachelor Pad, we got quite possibly the single dumbest line in reality TV history when Gia, the swimsuit model so clearly unchallenged by thought, declared Wes "a modern-day Shakespeare."
Oh, honey. No wonder she was sent home.
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Even if this tatted-up cowboy strapped on a frilly collar and penned a sonnet right there on screen, the guy will always be more Shakes The Clown than Shakespeare...
Ever since Lost's May finale, fans have been clamoring for more answers about the island. They'll get a little info in a 12-minute epilogue, exclusive to "Lost: The Complete Collection" (available on DVD and Blu-ray August 24), that follows Hurley and Ben's time protecting the island—and welcomes back a long-lost familiar face...
A couple of weeks ago, I clued you in that a popular Grey's Anatomy couple would be getting engaged and married in the Sept. 23 season premiere. Sworn to secrecy, I could only reveal that the newlyweds-to-be were one of these three couplings: Callie and Arizona, Alex and Lexie or Owen and Cristina.
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Astute fans that you are, most of you guessed correctly that either Calzona or Owen/Cristina would be the duo walking down the aisle. Now I can officially remove Alex and Lexie from the running...
As almost everyone on the planet knows, The Oprah Winfrey Show will come to an end this spring after 25 years of groundbreaking interviews, emotional reveals, multiple awards and the best giveaways ever. Arguably the most influential TV personality of all time, Oprah Winfrey has helped sell millions of books and launched a myriad of successful careers. Her next venture, OWN: The Oprah Winfrey Network, kicks off Jan. 1, but her talk show is still her No. 1 priority. "My intention is to be fully present this season," says Winfrey, 56. "To take in every experience and allow myself to feel it all."
Read the full interview after the jump...