As Ugly Betty's fourth season premieres, series creator Silvio Horta says it's time for Betty to focus on her career. She's an editor now and wants more than ever to be taken seriously. Horta tells us about making Betty pretty, whether she'll get her happy ending with Daniel and who will be involved in a much-talked-about love triangle.
The Season 3 finale of Ugly Betty wasn't kind to Daniel Meade: His new bride, Molly, died of cancer. Eric Mabius, who plays the grieving editor-in-chief of Mode, explains how Daniel is coping with his loss, how he ends up involved in a cult and whether he thinks Daniel and Betty will ultimately be together.
It isn't easy playing Ugly Betty's scheming, nasty Wilhelmina Slater — especially at the beginning of Season 4, when she's lost her man, her baby and her job. But Vanessa Williams is glad that Willy doesn't always get her way, as it helps explain why she's so guarded. Williams tells us how Willy will deal with her setbacks, why the arrival of her daughter, Nico (America's Next Top Model's Yaya DaCosta), will distract her and what Willy and Betty have in common.
Now that Amanda (Becki Newton) knows who her mom is — the late Mode editor and fashion legend Fey Sommers — what's her next quest? A chance meeting with eerily familiar temp Helen (guest star Kristen Johnston) gives her a glimpse at her not-so-rosy future, which sends her on a very surprising path. As Ugly Betty returns for its fourth season, Newton tells us how Amanda will grow this season, what she really thinks of Betty and with whom she'll be making out.
Betty Suarez isn't the only one facing big changes this season on Ugly Betty. Her nephew, Justin, is starting high school, and it's not going to be easy. TVGuide.com caught up with Mark Indelicato, who told us why things get tricky for Justin, how his mom is faring with his struggles and who he turns to for help.
American Idol alum Justin Guarini is getting married on Saturday.
The singer will exchange vows with fiancée Reina Capodici in an intimate ceremony on a private estate along the Delaware River, near their families' homes in Pennsylvania.
Guarini, 30, and Capodici, 27, have known each other since high school, but only started dating a few years ago and made marriage plans in ...
Okay kids, this is it. Time to strap on the monkey suit, grab the lunch pail and get to work. This has been a hectic but exciting Emmy week. It's been extremely fun working closely with my partner, Carrie Ann Inaba, laying the groundwork for what we hope will be a fantastic, entertaining show for you Sunday night.
I guess it's my athletic background, but I've always approached big days and big shows just like I did big games. You prepare really hard early on but in the days leading up to the show, you gotta shut it down. For the last few weeks, I've been ...
TV Guide Network will air a special two-hour live edition of Hollywood 411 for the funeral of Michael Jackson on Thursday, Sept. 3 at 9 p.m. (6 p.m. Pacific).
Check out our full coverage of Jackson's death
The service, which will take place more than two months after Jackson's death at the Forest Lawn Cemetery in Glendale, Calif., will be paid for by his own estate.
Jackson's body has been temporarily stored at Forest Lawn for the past month. His death has been officially ruled a homicide, caused by acute propofol intoxication.
Carrie Ann Inaba
Dancing with the Stars judge Carrie Ann Inaba is adding another title to her already lengthy résumé: host. The one-time Fly Girl will team up with Bachelorette host Chris Harrison to anchor TV Guide Network's red carpet coverage, which kicks off at the Emmys on Sept. 20. "I'm excited for the opportunity for the people at home, who know me as this judge on Dancing with the Stars, to see me in a different light on the red carpet," Inaba tells TVGuide.com. "You live once and I believe in taking on opportunities and trying new things." See what else Inaba has to say about her new gig, who she wants to see on Dancing next season and more.
You don't have to wait until the next incarnation of The Bachelor to see Chris Harrison on your TV again. The host/matchmaker has paired with Dancing with the Stars judge Carrie Ann Inaba to anchor TV Guide Network's red carpet coverage, starting with September's Emmy Awards. "What most people don't know is that this goes back to my true passion — live TV," Harrison, who also hosts Hollywood 411, tells TVGuide.com. "I started there as a local sportscaster in Oklahoma City and that will always be my love. It's kind of what I live for." But how does red-carpet coverage compare to his Bachelor/ette duties? Find out, and see what Harrison has to say about the Bachelorette finale and why a Friend should be the next Bachelor.