After more than five years and upwards of $700 million at the box office, Christian Bale says the upcoming third Batman film will be his last as the caped crusader — unless Chris Nolan tells him otherwise.
"Unless Chris says different, this will be the last time I'm playing Batman...
Erik Christian Olsen
Eric Christian Olsen remembers the moment he learned he'd graduated to "regular" status for the second season of NCIS: Los Angeles, after guesting on two episodes in Season 1. "I got the call while I was in Canada doing The Thing prequel," he says. "I was so excited they were picking up the option I was jumping around with a tentacle hanging off [my] back."
Renée Felice Smith
NCIS: Los Angeles has made Renée Felice Smith a series regular, CBS announced Monday.
Smith joined the cast this season in the recurring role of intelligence analyst Nell Jones, whose...
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Question: My current favorite show on TV is Modern Family. How could anyone not love that show? My other favorite show is Friday Night Lights. How it has never been a huge hit baffles me. Both are such refreshing, positive shows about everyday families. There are no other shows that portray families in such a realistic way. Instead of amoral teenagers who have little to no parental influence or just overly dramatic dysfunctional families, these shows celebrate the best of what families are: They fight with and for their each other, but it is because ...
On Tuesday's NCIS: Los Angeles, team psychologist Nate returned from his top-secret assignment, only to leave again by episode's end. Is he gone for good?
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Britney Spears is bigger than Madonna, at least for Glee.
The Fox musical comedy scored its highest ratings ever Tuesday with a Spears-tribute episode, besting Season 1's Madonna special, according to overnight Nielsen estimates. Glee drew 13.3 million viewers and was up 4 percent from the previous week in the 18-to-49 demographic, leading Fox to win the night....
Glee proved it was no freshman fluke, according to overnight Nielsen estimates.
Fox was No. 1 for the night as the musical dramedy drew 12.3 million viewers and its second-highest rating ever among the 18-to-49 demographic. Tuesday night's Season 2 premiere was also up 57 percent over Glee's premiere last fall (which was a repeat of its spring preview), and it was the night's highest-rated series in the demo.
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Fox's new comedies, Raising Hope (7.5 million viewers) and Running Wilde (5.9 million viewers) lost...
When it rains, it pours. And poor us, having so much new TV, right?
Once again, the television gods rained down upon us a night of too many choices as the fall season continued to unfurl. And just like Monday, our DVRs runneth over!
Of course, the biggies were the returns of a rather ungleeful Glee (boo to the unexpectedly short reign of Charice as New Directions' star-to-be!), NCIS and son, The Biggest Loser, and — because it won't go away —the first Dancing With the Stars elimination. (So long, Hoff!)
Crowded in among these ratings beasts were ...
NCIS: Los Angeles
The end of NCIS: Los Angeles' first season finally offered some clues about Callen's mysterious history. But in the tradition of the hit CBS franchise, every answer spawns three more questions.
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"Everything you saw at the end of last season with Callen [Chris O'Donnell], in one way or another, is ...
Third place at Regionals just didn't cut it, and Season 2 begins with the glee kids back in the dumps. Time to call in reinforcements. Two possibilities: transfer student Sam Evans (Chord Overstreet) and exchange student Sunshine Corazon (Charice). Meanwhile, Figgins is threatening more budget cuts, and he has an ally in the new football coach, a woman named Shannon Beiste (Dot Marie Jones), who looks upon the gleeks and the Cheerios with equal disdain. Could this be the beginning of a beautiful friendship between Will and Sue? — Paul Droesch
Read on for previews of The Biggest Loser, Raising Hope, NCIS: Los Angeles, Warehouse 13, Sons of Anarchy and Detroit 1-8-7.