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What's coming up for Tom and Lynette when Desperate Housewives returns? — Haley
NATALIE: Ever see The War of the Roses? It'll be kind of like that, except instead of dishes, they'll break their children.
Got any new info on Hawaii Five-0's new season? — Jared
ADAM: Kono, the team's go-to bad guy lure, will catch the eye of a former crooked cop who's now a sleazy crime boss. Infiltrating his ranks won't be easy — nor will...
This weekend, HBO fills out its summer Sunday lineup, as the final season of Entourage (begging the old "that's still on?" question) joins the red-hot True Blood and a resurgent Curb Your Enthusiasm, which airs its most uproarious episode of the season to date.
Let's take it from the top — or should I say, over-the-top — with a nod to True Blood (9/8c) for delivering the goods this season, adapting one of Charlaine Harris' best-ever storylines from the Sookie books and providing Alexander Skarsgard with a tour de force as the newly vulnerable Viking vampire Eric Northman. All memory of his majestic demonic past wiped clean by a possessed witch who's in over her head (the riveting Fiona Shaw as Marnie), Eric is like a lost child, playfully impulsive and clearly smitten by his caretaker Sookie but easily chastened and profoundly confused as to his true nature.
Days before the curtain rises on the final season of Entourage, the cast of the HBO comedy says it wasn't their choice to end the series.
"We got canceled," star Kevin Connolly told Today's Matt Lauer on Tuesday. "We were not...
Larry David, Bob Einstein
Cheers to Larry David for stepping up to the plate for another season of Curb Your Enthusiasm.
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Baseball has always provided great set-ups for David's humor, from Jerry bromancing Keith Hernandez in Seinfeld's classic episode "The Boyfriend" to Larry taking a hooker ...
Aaron Sorkin's adding some real political flavor to his HBO pilot: Robert F. Kennedy Jr.'s daughter, Kathleen "Kick" Kennedy, has been cast in Sorkin's More As This Story Develops, The New York Post reports.
The drama stars Jeff Daniels as the co-anchor of a cable news show who must deal with a new team after his fellow host takes most of the staff with him to a new gig. Kennedy joins Olivia Munn, Sam Waterston, Alison Pill, Emily Mortimer and Dev Patel in the project.
Olivia Munn, Alison Pill sign on for Aaron Sorkin's HBO pilot
A Stanford graduate, Kennedy, 23, has been studying ...
When former Biggest Loser trainer Jillian Michaels isn't kicking butts and helping people get fit, she enjoys kicking back and watching darker dramas.
"I am obsessed with [Dexter]," Michaels tells TVGuide.com. I think we all have a little bit of the dark side in us and Dexter gives us an opportunity to identify with the bad guy in a safe environment."
Try to curb your enthusiasm over this one: Curb Your Enthusiasm's eighth season is set to kick off Sunday, July 10 at 10/9c on HBO, and, as always, a gaggle of guest stars will be joining Larry David...
Curb Your Enthusiasm
It's been a year and a half since HBO's Curb Your Enthusiasm signed off with a Seinfeld reunion. Now, with Season 8 finally premiering July 10, star and creator Larry David is saluting another beloved series from NBC's classic Thursday-night lineup, landing guest appearances from two Family Ties faves...
Mary Steenburgen will guest-star in an episode of FX's new series Wilfred, Entertainment Weekly reports.
The 58-year-old Oscar winner will play Catherine, the mom of a man (Elijah Wood)who forms a special bond with his neighbor's dog. He sees the dog as...
HBO has given the green light to the D.C.-based comedy Veep starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Deadline reports.
Louis-Dreyfus plays a former senator who becomes vice president and quickly learns that the new gig is ...