LeBron James is coming home. The basketball star announced he's returning to play for theCleveland Cavaliers in Sports Illustrated Friday.
Elementary has cast newcomer Ophelia Lovibond as Sherlock Holmes' (Jonny Lee Miller) new protégé Kitty Winter. The British actress will make her debut in the drama's premiere on Thursday, Oct. 30 (10/9c) on CBS.
A Comic-Con tradition continues! For the fifth year in a row TV Guide Magazine and Warner Bros. Television are teaming up for a special issue with behind the scenes scoop and photos from some of TV's biggest hits. The magazine features four sets of collectible "flip" covers featuring the stars of ...
[WARNING: This story contains spoilers from Season 2 of Orange Is the New Black. Read at your own risk.]
Daya and Bennett have very different ideas regarding their relationship on Orange Is the New Black and it seems Dascha Polanco and Matt McGorry are no different. When TVGuide.com recently spoke to the pair they offered radically different opinions regarding the morality of their characters' relationship. But there is one thing they agree on: Daya had some bad ideas this season.
Matt Bendik, the boyfriend of Glee's Becca Tobin, was found dead Thursday in a Philadelphia hotel, TMZ reports. The nightclub owner was 35.
Facts of Life stars Lisa Whelchel and Kim Fields will reunite for Hallmark Channel original movie, For Better or for Worst, a comedy airing July 19 (9/8c).
The Daily Mail has apologized for its false story about the mother of George Clooney's fiancée, but the actor is having none of it.
Novak Djokovic is having a better week than you. Days after winning Wimbledon, the tennis star has married his fiancée Jelena Ristic, The Associated Press reports.
"It's not for everyone," growls the grizzled, sword-wielding Armenian pawnshop owner (Game of Thrones' David Bradley), whose unromantic notion of vampire slaying includes mass decapitations and body burnings. Likewise, FX's deliciously freaky and gruesomely graphic The Strain (Sunday, 10/9c) won't be for all tastes. But the network is betting, probably correctly, that a midsummer popcorn feast of classic monster-movie horror, served without apology and blessedly free of irony, will resonate with fright fans eager to jump out of their seats, which turns out to be a Strain specialty. This could, and deserves to be, FX's Walking Dead-sized blockbuster.
Hemlock Grove might not have the cache of Netflix's other original offerings, but it does have one thing in spades: absurdity.
When the supernatural drama returns for Season 2 this Friday, Peter (Landon Liboiron) and Roman (Bill Skarsgard) are still on the outs while they deal with their personal demons (literally!). As it turns out, Peter's decision to turn on the wrong moon has more repercussions that anyone imagined.
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