Hilaria Thomas and Alec Baldwin
30 Rock may be ending this week, but Alec Baldwin might soon have his hands full.
According to In Touch, the 54-year-old actor and...
If you're anything like us, then you find yourself saying, "I want to go to there" whenever you see Liz Lemon in her humble abode on 30 Rock.
Check out all the fashion hits and misses from the SAGs
Now Tina Fey is taking us there — with a tour of the digs. The space has remained mostly the same during 30 Rock's seven-year run, but it's furnished with ...
Hugh Jackman and Anne Hathaway
The Screen Actors Guild Awards were held Sunday, and the big ensemble cast winners included Modern Family and Downton Abbey for television comedy and drama, respectively, and Argo for film. Taking home the television acting awards were Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin for 30 Rock, Bryan Cranston from Breaking Bad, and Homeland's Claire Danes.
Here's rundown of some of the night's most memorable moments:
Claire Danes, Damian Lewis
Awards season makes its second stop Sunday at the 19th Screen Actors Guild Awards (8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on TNT/TBS). While we count down the minutes, let's take a stab at who will take home the big prizes. Can Homeland keep its win streak going? Will we see a Best Picture front-runner come out of this? Check out our predictions below and tell us yours.
Contestant Chris "Mushroom" Barthel and Nicki Minaj
Fox won Thursday, as American Idol gave Glee a big boost.
Idol earned 15.5 million viewers and a 5.1 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, down five-tenths from last ...
Who are the funniest people? That's the question Rolling Stone answers in its list of the 50 funniest people around now. From actors to comedians, Twitterers, TV hosts and more, the list was compiled based on the funniest people who are currently active.
Coming in at No. 1 is...
After winning a Golden Globe award for Best TV Comedy Series earlier this month, HBO's Girls has been renewed for a third season, the network announced Friday.
Under the familiar heading of "shows gone too soon," ABC's robust, though at times berserk, military thriller Last Resort is the only failed freshman series from this season's underwhelming fall crop that I would argue deserved more of a chance — or at least a tryout in a more appropriate time period — to catch on as it figured out its sprawling narrative. With the great Andre Braugher and the appealing Scott Speedman leading a strong and (on the island at least) exotic cast, this action drama about a rogue nuclear sub standing up against a homeland gone haywire is unlike anything else on network TV. Which made it a risk, though one well worth taking, and at least ABC let the producers complete the initial 13-episode order, which now comes to a too-early, but let's hope satisfying, end (Thursday, 8/7c).
Justin Gimelstob, Chris Evert, Lindsay Davenport, Elisabeth Shue
When Elisabeth Shue joined CSI last year, she had one request.
"[Producers] asked me if there were any ideas I had or anything I'd like to do that would be fun, and I said, 'We should do a murder at a tennis tournament and we'll get professional players to come on.' I was half-joking, but I did really want to do it and I didn't necessarily think they would do it," Shue, a diehard tennis (and Roger Federer) fan and avid player, tells TVGuide.com. "Cut to the beginning of this season and they say, 'Oh, that tennis episode is really coming along.' 'What?!' I was just shocked, but so, so excited."
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Wednesday's CSI (10/9c, CBS) — which just so happens to air during the Australian Open — will see Shue's "dream episode" become a reality. Finn (Shue) leads the team's investigation of ...