"Here comes the bad part."
When you hear ominous words like these in a show as unflinchingly graphic and terrifying as AMC's The Walking Dead (Sunday, 9/8c), you know you're in trouble. Bad, of course, meaning good and gruesome — just how a zombie-phile likes it. Following a long hiatus and behind-the-scenes tumult including the departure of co-creator/director Frank Darabont, Dead returns very much alive and kicking, the gut-wrenching highlight of another busy TV weekend.
The Oprah Winfrey Network's next cycle of programming will begin Oct. 10 with the one-two punch of The Rosie Show and Oprah's Lifeclass, the network has announced in a release.
Both are set to air daily. The former finds Rosie O'Donnell once again hosting a talk show, in which she is expected to cover "current events, spotlight hometown heroes and newsmakers, showcase the arts, celebrate kids and families, as well as feature well-known and upcoming talent"...
Happy New Year! Or should we say: Happy Oprah Year!
I don't know how you spent your first few days of 2011, but I was immersed — or perhaps baptized is a better word — in the launch of OWN, which isn't just another cable channel. The Oprah Winfrey Network is a crusade, on a mission of unyielding and unapologetic uplift, inviting us into an electronic big-tent revival where each weepy show should come with its own supply of Kleenex and where all of Oprah's ambassadors stay relentlessly on message...
Suze Orman is getting her own show on OWN.
The financial advisor, who also has an eponymous show on CNBC, will host Money Class on Oprah Winfrey's new network.
Oprah launches OWN: What do you think so far?
Set to premiere in the fall, Money Class — which is a working title — will feature Orman as she helps people around the country set realistic goals to make responsible financial decisions.
"Suze Orman is the rock star of personal finance, and her straight-forward advice will help people that ...
Who shot Paul Young? And is he dead or alive? Perhaps we'll find out tonight, when we return to a riot-torn Wisteria Lane and its battle-scarred residents. Susan's the worst off. It seems that she'll need a kidney or two. But Mrs. McClusky was hurt pretty bad, too. Also returning is Orson Hodge, and that could present problems for Bree, since Keith is moving in with her. Meanwhile, the Renee-Tom-Lynette mess might get messier. And Gaby will keep finding it really hard to let go of Grace, and don't expect Juanita to like that one bit. — Paul Droesch
Read on for previews of When Vacations Attack!, Ask Oprah's All Stars, Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, Worst Cooks in America, Sunday Night Football and CSI: Miami.