Jimmy Smits, Jimmy Johnson
The new Wednesday TV schedule is still a week or two away from taking its final fall shape, but there's plenty to talk about regarding tonight's lineup. A number of reality competition shows are taking a final bow — America's Got Talent, Big Brother, MasterChef and classic Top Chef — but let's discuss the new.
Want more TV News and Reviews? Subscribe to TV Guide Magazine now!
Guest star Hilarie Burton begins her multi-episode arc as an insurance investigator who challenges Neal on both a professional and personal level. In her first outing, she becomes the target of a murder plot, and Neal lands the job to kill her. But when another assassin shows up for the job, Neal has a real challenge on his hands.
Read on for previews of Pretty Little Liars, Hell's Kitchen, Flipping Out, Memphis Beat, Rescue Me and World Series of Poker.
Pretty Little Liars
Teen Choice 2010
(Monday, 8/7c, Fox) "California Gurl" Katy Perry hosts and performs on the 12th edition of this teen-centric celebration of film, TV, music, sports and fashion icons. Here's a surprise ...
Joe Bastianich, Graham Elliot and Gordon Ramsay
MasterChef (premiering tonight at 9/8c on Fox) is kinda like American Idol but with a tasty twist: Amateur chefs compete for $250,000 and the chance to have their own cookbook published. Serving up the critiques to the home cooks, who'll be whittled down from 50 to 30 in the first two episodes? Caustic British culinary mastermind Gordon Ramsay, the sharp-tongued star of Hell's Kitchen. Here, he gives us the recipe for creaming the competition...
Hugh Laurie, James Wolk
Fox will roll out its fall season with House and the series premiere of Lone Star, the network announced Tuesday.
Check out our day-by-day guide to all the networks' fall schedules
House will kick off its seventh season on Monday, Sept. 20 at 8/7c, followed by new ...
Gordon Ramsay, Hell's Kitchen
The temp's set to scorching as Gordon Ramsay blisters and berates a whole new set of aspiring Hell's Kitchen chefs (Tuesdays, 8/7c, Fox). This round's cushy grand prize? A post at Ramsay's own Savoy Grill in London, set to reopen this year. So maybe it's no wonder that only a few episodes in, Season 7 already promises more shouting and tears than ever before — plus, an on-screen showmance. Ramsay dishes about the surprises to come...
Autumn might not be able to salt water and Jason can't cook chicken, but, again, it's the risotto that will get you every time. So farewell, Mikey with the spiky hair. Ta-ta, too, to thin-skinned Andrew, who jumped before Gordo could push him. But then, as things ended last week, Gordo seemed to want to push all of them out the door (or maybe a helicopter). In this episode, dessert-challenged ladies' man Salvatore had better watch his step. It's the first of a string of two-hour episodes, and the USC Marching Band and Song Girls are waiting to be fed. Hope they're not too hungry.
Read on for previews of Hell's Kitchen, the World Cup, Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List, MLB Baseball, Double Exposure, The New Recruits and The Good Wife.
President Barack Obama will deliver a prime-time address Tuesday to address the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico that will be broadcast on all four major networks.
Obama, who made his fourth trip to the region over the weekend, will lay out the government's next steps in dealing with the disaster, senior adviser David Axelrod told Meet the Press on Sunday.
VIDEO: Obama seeks to seize control of oil disaster
The 15-minute address is scheduled for 8 p.m. ET and will air on ...
New Directions may have failed to capture the Regionals title, but the Fox network's Glee season finale snagged a ratings crown.
The Season 1 ender became the season's highest-rated finale for a new show in the 18-to-49 demo, with a 4.6 rating. Overall, the episode drew...
Forget Shrek. The summer's really entertaining donkeys are the poor souls serving under Gordon Ramsay this season. For round 6 of the blue-plate Top Chef, Fox has assembled another posse of Risotto-challenged chuckleheads who are sure to fire up ...