Julianna Margulies, George Clooney
It's an honor to be nominated by the Academy, but it may be even more of an honor to be nominated and recognized by your peers. And that's what the Screen Actors Guild Awards are all about. The 18th annual ceremony takes place Sunday (8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on TNT/TBS), and while we count down the minutes, let's make our best educated guesses at who will walk away with the big prizes. Check out our predictions and tell us your picks (you can download the ballot here.)
Cleveland is about to get even hotter.
Kristin Chenoweth has been tapped to guest-star in an upcoming episode of Hot in Cleveland, TVGuide.com has confirmed. Series executive producer Sean Hayes took to Twitter Monday morning to announce Chenoweth's appearance, which is slated to air in May.
Hot In Cleveland gets a fourth season and a spin-off
The 43-year-old actress, who occasionally appears on Glee and will next star in ABC's GCB, will portray...
Four words: The indomitable Betty White.
Sean Hayes is headed to Parks and Recreation, TVLine reports.
The former Will & Grace star will play a respected broadcast journalist who lands a big interview with Leslie (Amy Poehler) — which doesn't go so well. The episode will air in the spring.
Betty White, Valerie Bertinelli
Hot In Cleveland has been renewed for a fourth season, TV Land announced at Saturday's TCA press panel.
The series, which stars Jane Leeves, Valerie Bertinelli, Wendie Malick and Betty White, was given a 24-episode order to premiere next November.
Katy Perry was absent from the People's Choice Awards (don't worry — she gave fans a heads up via Twitter) but still ended up the big winner.
Rick Springfield is coming to Cleveland, but concert tickets are not available. The '80s Jesse's Girl icon, who appeared as Dr. Noah Drake on General Hospital, will pop up this summer on an episode of TV Land's Hot in Cleveland.
Rather than going after Jesse's girl, Rick will have his eye on Joy (Jane Leeves). In the storyline, Rick has relocated to Cleveland to live a quieter life (where he, too, is considered hotter!) and tells people his name is Tom.
Hot In Cleveland
Unless you're watching the Orange Bowl on ESPN, tonight's best bets are strictly comedy. (And yes, that includes Revenge. More on that in a few.)
It somehow seems fitting that when TV Land's Hot in Cleveland (10/9c) looks back at how it all began for Melanie, Joy and Victoria, we're thrust into an '80s time warp, because if there was ever a show that felt like an artifact from a simpler, sillier time, it's this one. Betty White gets the set-up: "How did you guys meet, anyway?" Elka asks to kill time outside a stadium restroom. "If there were a TV in view, I wouldn't [care]," she barks, self-reflexively acknowledging what a clichéd storyline this is.
Liza Minnelli is about to get Hot in Cleveland.
The 65-year-old Oscar-winning actress will appear in an episode of the TV Land comedy as...
Ninety years is a big deal, and NBC has lined up an impressive roster of talent to help America's sweetheart, Betty White, celebrate her very special milestone. Among the famous faces who will be in attendance at the historic Biltmore Hotel in downtown Los Angeles for the taping: Mary Tyler Moore, Carol Burnett, William Shatner and Hugh Jackman, plus current members of the NBC family including Jay Leno, Amy Poehler and Joel McHale.