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Janet Jackson has experienced another wardrobe malfunction, but this time it has disappeared altogether. The Boobygate star appears topless on the cover of her new album, Damita Jo, due in stores March 30. Clad only in jeans with her arms covering her breasts, Jackson was going for a "simple and youthful picture that she felt people would like," her rep tells USA Today. read more


Art Garfunkel pleaded guilty to drug possession in upstate New York and paid $200 in fines. Police stopped Garfunkel's speeding limo last month and caught the singer with 6 grams of marijuana. read more


Liam Neeson is in talks to join the cast of Warner Bros.' upcoming Batman flick. It's not clear who the Oscar nominee would play, but this much we know: Christian Bale stars as the Caped Crusader and Michael Caine will appear as Alfred the butler. read more


The WB, the only network without a hit reality franchise, has green-lighted Big Man on Campus — a six-episode dating show set at a university. The series comes from producer Mike Fleiss (The Bachelor). read more


Here's proof that God is a hopeless romantic: Chris Marquette — who recurs as Amber Tamblyn's sometime lab partner/love interest, Adam, on CBS' heavenly drama, Joan of Arcadia — has been promoted to a full-fledged series regular. Word is the man upstairs has big plans for these two. Now, if only he would ditch those lame crime subplots... read more


In a bit of an upset, the London Film Critics named Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World — and not the latest Lord of the Rings flick — the best picture of the year on Wednesday. read more

60 Minutes II I gotta tell you,...

60 Minutes II
I gotta tell you, newsmagazines creep me out. Either they're all about terrorism or kids on drugs or, like tonight, serial killers. I swear, Dan Rather's piece on Seattle's Green River Killer had me double-checking my front door. Sure, there are evil people out there... I saw From Justin to Kelly. That doesn't mean I like watching them confess to killing because they "wanted to." I thought 8 pm was supposed to be the family hour. Then again, for a second, I also thought that Rather had morphed into John Forsythe from his Dynasty days. Blue hair, Dan? Really.

Star Trek: Enterprise
Yowsa. Looks like someone finally realized that a great-looking cast means nada unless you get 'em nekkid now and then. Tripp and T'pol's Vulcan neuro-pressure fondlings finally gave way to some serious down and dirty, but even better than that was her morning-after confession that she used him to see what hu read more


A Beverly Hills judge briefly issued an arrest warrant for Courtney Love Wednesday after the troubled singer skipped a court hearing on drug charges. But the warrant was put on hold after Love's attorney explained that his client — who is charged with illegal possession of two painkillers — was MIA due to a "security" issue. The hearing was postponed until Tuesday. read more


In a blow to anatomically incorrect couples everywhere, Mattel announced today that after more than 43 years together, the storybook romance that is Barbie and Ken has come to an end. "They feel it's time to spend some quality time apart," says Mattel marketing VP Russell Arons, who adds that come spring, Barbie will sport a whole new look that reflects her life as a "carefree and independent" woman. Ken, meanwhile, will sport a whole new look that reflects his life as an out and proud homosexual. Just kidding. About the last part. The rest of it is true. Really. read more


Kenny Chesney's When the Sun Goes Down entered Billboard's album chart at No. 1 with sales of 551,000 copies — the biggest debut of the year. Incubus' A Crow Left of the Murder opened at No. 2 with 332,000 copies sold. read more

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