The cast of Jersey Shore is reuniting Saturday for a concert to honor volunteers after Hurricane Sandy.
Roger Mathews and Jenni "JWoww" Farley
Wedding bells are ringing for Snooki & JWOWW's Jenni "JWoww" Farley. The Jersey Shore alum announced her engagement last year, but fans will finally see how it all went down on Tuesday's episode (10/9c, MTV). Staying true to her wild ways, Farley had an engagement day that was anything but ordinary. Culminating in a surprise skydiving trip, the bride-to-be didn't know what to expect. "I was a nervous wreck," Farley says of fiancé Roger Mathews' unconventional proposal. "I land and I'm screaming."
Love is never easy at McKinley High. Last time we roamed the halls of TV's most musical high school, all sorts of heartbreak was afoot. Wemma's wedding was a bust, half the graduates were having ill-advised post-reception romps, and Jacob Artist's Jake was being betrayed as Ryder (Blake Jenner) planted a wet one on his bestie's girl, Marley (Melissa Benoist). Now Glee is back from its latest Idol-induced break tonight (Fox, 9:30/8:30c), and Jacob Artist is opening up about what lies ahead for the newbies of New Directions...
Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi is showing off her post-baby bod on the cover of US Weekly.
The 25-year-old Jersey Shore star gave birth to her son Lorenzo in August. Since then, she says she's lost 42 pounds, weighing in at 102 pounds.
Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi
Snooki sold her car on eBay for a whopping $77,000, according to Extra.
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Dan Stevens, Michelle Dockery
When Downton Abbey's third season premiered earlier this month, it netted 7.9 million viewers, up 96 percent from the Season 2 premiere and earning larger audiences that week than home-country hits such as The Bachelor, The Biggest Loser and New Girl. So what exactly is it about a British period drama that has Americans in a tizzy? TVGuide.com breaks down the six biggest reasons why...
With a new year comes a fresh set of challenges for some of TV's biggest names, shows and networks. Here are some developments we'll be watching closely.
It's the end of an era.
After three years, six seasons and countless drunken fights later, Jersey Shore has come to an end. So did they, in the words of the ever wise Vinny, "go out like true f---ing champions?"
Yes and no.
West Virginia Senator Jo Manchin has a bone to pick with MTV's new reality show Buckwild.
The series, which premieres next month, follows a group of twentysomethings living in a small West Virginia town and has been described as "The Jersey Shore of Appalachia." BuzzFeed obtained a letter the senator sent MTV requesting the network cancel the series.
Watch out, ABC. Fox is going diving with the stars too.
The network will premiere Stars in Danger: The High Dive next month, a two-hour special featuring eight celebrities learning Olympic-style dives, both solo and synchronized.