Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution
Will only some of the Revolution be televised? Jamie Oliver didn't get into Los Angeles school cafeterias for the second season of Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution like he wanted, but it now looks like the British chef and the L.A. Unified School District are on their way to a truce!
It just may not happen in front of the cameras.
The answer to the headline above is no. Nothing could leave Lady Gaga speechless (not even her song, "Speechless"). Proof of how falling can't faze her is in this clip...
Cat and Dolphin
Dolphins are considered to be among the most humanlike animals on the planet, but in this video, a cat gives them a run for their money. After all, what is more humanlike than being fixated by dolphins, as this cat is? Nothing. A love of dolphins is essential to humanity, and now cat-manity...
Skeet Ulrich, Caitlin Carmichael
In its 20-plus year history, Law & Order has said goodbye to cast members in many different ways. There are those who simply move to a different gig (we hardly knew you, Sgt. Phil Cerreta). Then there's the more controversial exits, like A.D.A. Claire Kincaid's fatal car crash or Det. Green's resignation after a messy internal affairs investigation.
But, for just the second time in franchise history, an officer will be...
AS FBI agent Peter Burke on USA's White Collar, Tim DeKay is usually the one handcuffing criminals. But for his upcoming guest appearance on Law & Order: LA, DeKay is the one with his hands tied, literally.
As the victim of a crime, DeKay's character is left locked on the floor of a bathroom with his hands, legs and mouth tied up. Although shooting the scene was far from easy, he...
It looks like Rosie's friends know more about her murder than they're letting on.
In this sneak peek of The Killing's third episode, titled "El Diablo" (airing Sunday at 10/9c on AMC), Sterling (Kacey Rohl) can't contain her guilt.