Louis Gossett Jr.
Oscar-winning actor Louis Gossett Jr. has been diagnosed with prostate cancer, the actor announced on Tuesday.
Gossett told KTLA News that he went public with the news "to...
Viewership for the 52nd annual Grammys rose dramatically, drawing its best audience since 2004 and continuing this awards season's uptick in the ratings.
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Early estimates show some 26.6 million viewers watched Sunday's telecast — a whopping 35 percent improvement over 2009's ceremony, which drew 19.1 million viewers. The big numbers led CBS to an easy victory, with ABC placing a distant second for the night...
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From Nicole Eggert to Kanye West, lots of people have been busy this year in the world of online video. Check out the top 5 most-watched clips and full episodes on TVGuide.com's Online Video Guide of 2009. And be sure to check out My TVGuide.com DVR to watch full episodes of your favorite shows and get notifications when new episodes are available.
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The Season 4 finale of Dexter pulled in the show's largest audience ever and was the best telecast for Showtime in more than a decade.
The finale was watched by 2.6 million viewers, a 71 percent increase from the previous season's final episode. The strong audience also led alifornication to its best numbers ever (1.1 million viewers) and a similar increase over the previous season-ender.
On the networks, football remained the Sunday night king, as NBC's coverage of the Philadelphia Eagles-New York Giants matchup averaged 18.1 million viewers. While CBS aired repeats ...
Over the past three seasons, Dexter has chilled the Ice Truck Killer, made mincemeat of the Bay Harbor Butcher and even straightened out a putatively straitlaced assistant district attorney (Jimmy Smits) who had a homicidal bent. As Season 4 concludes, Dexter hopes to number the unholy Trinity Killer (played with perfectly diabolical menace by John Lithgow) among his victims before the police can get to the serial slayer. And to do so, Dexter is more than willing to take the law into his own hands.
Read on for previews of The People Speak, Family Guy, Christmas at the White House: An Oprah Primetime Special and The Jacksons: A Family Dynasty.
Adam West, star of a new Fox network promotional campaign called "What's Adam West Watching," couldn't be more comfortable with comedy. This is the man, after all, who played one of the darkest crime fighters for campy laughs. "They have the Dark Knight, OK? I'm the bright knight, if you will," says the star of the '60s series Batman.
The 81-year-old actor's cool deadpan still serves him well in duties ranging from mayor of Quahog on Family Guy to the new promos, in which he tells viewers which Fox shows he loves, with much comedy along the way. TVGuide.com recently caught up with West...
Microsoft has canceled its sponsorship of Seth MacFarlane's upcoming variety special, citing content concerns, Variety reports.
The software giant had forged a deal with MacFarlane and his collaborator Alex Borstein for the Nov. 8 special, Family Guy Presents: Seth & Alex's Almost Live Comedy Show, to promote its new Windows 7 operating system. It stipulated that the special would air commercial-free but with Windows 7 pitches embedded ...
Fox already has picked up The Cleveland Show for the last nine episodes of its second season.
The Family Guy spin-off was picked up last May for...
Family Guy is making the move to live action with a new variety special set for November.
The tentatively titled Family Guy Presents: Seth & Alex's Almost Live Comedy Show will air Sunday, Nov. 8 at 8:30/7:30c and feature the show's creator Seth MacFarlane and co-star Alex Borstein. MacFarlane and Borstein voice Peter and Lois Griffin, respectively.
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The duo will perform...
So, did Danny attack Julie? Susan sure thinks so, and this could mean war with the Bolens, what with those promo pictures on the Web of Angie hefting a baseball bat. Moving from fighters to lovers, Bree and Karl are trysting again. What about Orson? Maybe we'll find out tonight. And John Rowland (Jesse Metcalfe) is back in Gaby's life for the first time in a long while. It's a chance encounter in a restaurant, but Carlos doesn't like it. And John will be back next week, too, so we shall see.
Read on for previews of Curb Your Enthusiasm, Californication, Mad Men, Family Guy and Leave It to Lamas.