50 Shades of Grey is one step closer to hitting the big screen.
Sam Taylor-Johnson has been selected to...
Spider-man fans are going to have to wait a little longer to meet Mary Jane Watson.
Shailene Woodley, who takes on the role most recently made famous by Kristen Dunst in the original...
FX has picked up a new untitled sitcom starring Kelsey Grammer and Martin Lawrence as mismatched Chicago lawyers who develop an unlikely friendship. Much like FX's deals for...
Deputy Leo is back on the beat.
Max Greenfield, who recurred on Veronica Mars for all three seasons, revealed that he will be reprising his role for the cult show's upcoming film.
"I will be there — so will...
Paula Deen is coming under fire — but this time it has nothing to do with her cooking or Anthony Bourdain.
Deen is being accused of racism after a report first published by the National Enquirer alleges that the celebrity cook admitted to using...
Ron Burgundy is back!
Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, which is scheduled to be released in December, finds Burgundy (Will Ferrell) and his team of intrepid broadcast journalists (Steve Carell, Paul Rudd and David Koechner) transitioning to a 24-hour cable news channel in the 1980s.
Necessary Roughness' Dani Santino (Callie Thorne) has left her private therapy practice and taken a job working full-time at a sports agency under Connor McClane (John Stamos). In Wednesday's episode, "Gimme Some Lovin'," Dani gets acquainted with her fancy new digs and realizes she'll have to get used to having an assistant.
For viewers at home, Team Blake's victory on the Season 4 finale of The Voice felt a little like déjà vu. After all, the country superstar had already won two times before. But for Blake Shelton, Danielle Bradbery's win is extra special.
T Bone Burnett, the executive music producer for ABC's Nashville, will not be returning for the show's second season this fall, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The people behind The Bachelor are taking matchmaking one step further by introducing a new dating app called At First Sight.
"[Bachelor creator] Mike Fleiss and I have always talked about creating a dating website because over the years thousands of people have come up to me asking questions," host Chris Harrison tells TVGuide.com. "Not everyone can be on The Bachelorette and Bachelor, so we wanted to do something for the masses. We've taken what we've learned from the show over the last 11 years and... the best parts of social media and have put them all together."
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