There's fresh meat on the catwalk for Season 2 of NBC's Fashion Star.
Louie Roe has been tapped to...
Nestor Carbonell (Lost) starts a multi-episode arc in tonight's episode as a criminal profiler with serious talent. Naturally, Shawn can't stand him, and tries to expose the man as a fraud, but he may have met his match. New rival aside, Shawn also has a tough case on his hands as he searches for a killer who's linked to potential liver donors on a transplant list. Tears for Fears singer Curt Smith also guest stars as himself and covers the show's opening theme.
Read on for previews of Top Chef, CMA Music Festival: Country's Night to Rock, America's Got Talent, Basketball, Plain Jane and A Surprise in Texas: The Thirteenth Van Cliburn International Piano Competition.
Is CW's makeover series Plain Jane just about improving your looks to snag a boyfriend? No, says host Louise Roe. "It's taking what is already there and tweaking it and celebrating it ... it's less about the guy at the end."
Plain Jane is more than skin deep
While Plain Jane (Wednesdays, 9/8c, The CW) follows the traditional makeover-show route of helping fashion victims find fabulous new looks, British host Louise Roe, who also cohosts E!'s Fashion Police and Perfect Catch, does more than offer style advice...
Clare and Louise Roe
The CW's new makeover reality series Plain Jane may be focused on changing hair colors and trying a new shade of lipstick, but the series' host and producer insist the series is hardly skin deep.
"It was very much about the inside more than the outside," host Louise Roe tells TVGuide.com "The fashion [and] the beauty are all part of it, but really getting through the mental barriers...
Santino Rice and Austin Scarlett
Cheers to On the Road with Austin & Santino for giving the makeover show a much-needed makeover.
One needs only to watch The CW's Plain Jane (debuting July 28 at 9/8c) to see how tired ...
In a heatedly divided Washington, D.C., our culinary power players have rocked the vote. Thus far, Season 7 has tasked the chefs to whip up kid fare, a classic picnic, hotel room service and cold entrées, and they also got crabby picking through an Eastern Shore delicacy — the blue crab. Now the focus turns to bite-size fare that one can spear with a toothpick. Later, in the elimination challenge, the culinarians craft a power lunch at an upscale eatery. The council of taste testers includes chef Art Smith; politicos Aaron Schock (R-Ill.) and Mark Warner (D-Va.); pundit Joe Scarborough; and journalists Mika Brzezinski and Savannah Guthrie.
Read on for previews of Plain Jane, Psych, In Performance at the White House, the MLS Soccer All-Star Game, Real World and The Middle.