Sylvester Stallone, John Goodman, Robert De Niro
John Goodman returned to Saturday Night Live to host the show for the 13th time this week, and got into the holiday spirit with the help of fake camels and some whipped cream. Surprise guests included Sylvester Stallone and Robert De Niro, who joined the Inside Llewyn Davis star for a sketch about three lesser-known biblical figures, the Three Wise Guys. Check out some of the episode's best sketches below:
Dog The Bounty Hunter; Amanda Tapping, Sanctuary
A&E is putting down Dog the Bounty Hunter after eight seasons, TMZ reports.
The reality series got the axe after the cable network and the representatives for star...
Glenn and Mitchell Guist
When a young programming executive at the History channel first pitched the idea of following a group of Louisiana Cajuns who hunt alligators, "the poor guy got laughed out of the room," says the network's president, Nancy Dubuc. But instead of dropping the idea, he kept bringing it up — and kept getting laughed at.
"But by the fourth meeting, you had to pause," Dubuc says. "If somebody is as passionate as he was about something, what's the harm in letting them run with it?" That germ of an idea turned into Swamp People, an unlikely hit that ...
When it comes to politics and TV, you probably wouldn't be surprised to hear that liberal Democrats favor The Daily Show or Colbert Report.
Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew
This episode serves as a lesson in recovery — how to achieve it and how not to achieve it. Dr. Drew takes addicts and their families to a lake house retreat to emphasize the crucial role that loved ones play in the process of retaining sobriety. The dangers inherent in the process are clearly illustrated when Leif Garrett is tempted to defy authority on a Hollywood outing and possibly stumble into relapse. — Fred Mitchell
Read on for previews of Undercovers, Dog the Bounty Hunter, My Strange Addiction, Alamo Bowl, Great Performances and Modern Family.
Mad Men, Desperate Housewives
Too hot outside? If you'd rather spend July Fourth on a couch, there's plenty of TV to watch. Check out our marathon roundup for the holiday weekend:
(All times are ET/PT and subject to change)
Monday, July 5
Real Housewives of New Jersey marathon (3 p.m.-Midnight, Bravo)
Cake Boss marathon (6 a.m.-8 p.m., TLC)
A Home for the Holidays with Faith Hill
A Home for the Holidays with Faith Hill
Adoption is a subject that is close to Faith Hill's heart. She was adopted as an infant and returns to host this 11th annual event to raise awareness of adoption. She is joined by fellow adoptee Michael Franti, who performs "Have a Little Faith." Also showing their support are native Oklahoma superstars Carrie Underwood and Reba McEntire. Other performers include Mary J. Blige and Shakira. In addition to the musical performances, the hour highlights stories about children who have been adopted and those who are still waiting to join a loving family.
Read on for previews of Dog the Bounty Hunter, Spectacle: Elvis Costello with..., Biography and Christmas at Belmont 2009.
Dog the Bounty Hunter courtesy A&E
Duane "Dog" Chapman the most famous bounty hunter we know will be back this summer on A&E with fresh episodes, says the AP. As you may recall, Chapman's show, Dog the Bounty Hunter, was abruptly pulled from the 'net last fall following the leak of a taped phone conversation in which Chapman referred to his son's girlfriend, who is African-American, with a racial epithet. An A&E spokesman said the network felt Dog deserved a second chance, and had done work to redeem himself since the incident. Reruns of the series will kick off June 25, and new episodes will begin airing soon after. Bail-jumpers across Hawaii might be quaking in their law-evading flip-flops, but what about you? Is this too soft a stance? Even more pressing: How should networks deal when talent have questionable opinions and judgment? Anna DimondUse our Online Video Guide to try and catch the Bounty HunterRelated: Dog on Fox: I Will Try Never, Ever to Use N-word Again Dog th...
Continuing to apologize for his use of the N-word to refer to his son's girlfriend, A&E bounty hunter Dog Chapman appeared on Fox News Channel's Hannity & Colmes Tuesday night. "I have used the word for a long time not to mean what it does to a lot of black people that are offended," he said. "I will try never, ever, ever to use that word again. I did not ever want to be in the hot seat as I am right now." Wait, that's an apology? — Ben Katner
A tape of Dog the Bounty Hunter star Duane "Dog" Chapman using the N-word in an angry phone conversation with his son Tucker is making the rounds on the Internet. On the call, Chapman is heard using racist remarks during an argument over Tuckers girlfriend, Monique Shinnery, who is black. Chapmans show, in which he and his family chase down criminal fugitives on the Hawaiian Islands, has been one of the most popular on A&E since it began its run in 2004. Reporting by Stephen Battaglio