There are many trends to exploit from the past season of American Idol: Randy Jackson's constant refrain, "In it to win it!"; Jennifer Lopez's vague compliments that could be applied to any contestant, regardless of who they are or what they did (never forget: "Do you watch rap?")...
Despite the positive buzz surrounding The CW's new fall supernatural drama Secret Circle, star Britt Robertson says she was nervous until she got word on an official pick-up.
"No matter how much buzz, you're always crossing your fingers and hoping for the best," she tells TVGuide.com. "I'm so excited to be a part of it and super glad it's actually happening and we're going to start shooting soon."
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He may have been wearing a white wig and going by the name of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, but Justin Timberlake was very clearly taking a swipe at his own acting career during an unaired Saturday Night Live sketch.
The video, released Monday, shows Mozart telling his friends and colleagues he plans to take a break from music to become an actor...
Jason Segel and The Muppets
Do you want to see another movie about two people searching for love and their better half? Yeah, neither do we. Good thing Green With Envy is actually not a romantic melodrama, but actually the first clever trailer for the new Muppets movie.
The preview for The Muppets, starring Jason Segel and Amy Adams, makes the film look like your...
Try to curb your enthusiasm over this one: Curb Your Enthusiasm's eighth season is set to kick off Sunday, July 10 at 10/9c on HBO, and, as always, a gaggle of guest stars will be joining Larry David...
Ever notice how iterations of the phrase "thrown under the bus" pop up over and over and over again on The Apprentice? If not and especially if so, check out the video below, which presents a number of instances of people beating the dead phrase from all four celebrity editions of the show, including the most recent one that ended Sunday night.
While this saying isn't as particular to reality TV as something like, "I'm not here to make friends," it's part of the Apprentice vernacular — perhaps second only to Donald Trump's perpetual refrain, "You're fired!"...