Sarah Michelle Gellar
Buffy the Vampire Slayer may have ended nearly a decade ago, but just pick up your remote and you'll still see many of the show's familiar faces on-screen today. With star Sarah Michelle Gellar marking her return to series television with the upcoming CW thriller Ringer, we decided to take a look back at Buffy's notable players, then and now.
Tonight's two-hour season finale promises lots of emotional fireworks as the five remaining castaways (Chase, Dan, Fabio, Holly, Sash) are cut down to the three players who will face the jury. But who will they be? Chase, Holly and Sash are in an alliance, which means Fabio needs to win the next two immunity challenges or he's jury bound. As for Dan, he needs to convince one or two of the alliance partners that they would be crazy not to take him to the finals because, frankly, no one is likely to vote for him since he coasted through the game and was never a threat to win anything. Following the season finale, the winner is revealed on the Survivor reunion special as the 20 castaways gather in Los Angeles to discuss the game. — Tim Holland
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Robot Chicken Star Wars
Darth Vader discos! Boba Fett kills Chewey! R2-D2 gets sexually aroused by Padme Amidala! Is the George Lucas universe out of alignment? Nope, it's Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode III (airing Sunday, 11:30/10:30c, on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim), yet another raunchy, irreverent spoof on the Lucas legacy from writer-producers Seth Green and Matt Senreich. This stop-motion hour — featuring the voices of ...
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It's a MAD world for Kevin Shinick, producer of a new animated series — based on the iconic humor mag that has been skewering pop culture since 1952. When asked if he feels at all daunted by the task of putting his own spin on the influential and beloved publication, Shinick takes a "What? Me Worry?" approach: "There's not so much apprehension or intimidation as there is 'I want to do it justice' for the fan in me — I'm going to be my biggest critic because I love the magazine."
Shinick compares the new series to Adult Swim's Robot Chicken: a chaotic mix of animation styles and off-the-wall sketches designed to capture even the shortest attention spans....
Gregory Itzin, nominated for his guest stint as former President Logan on 24, told TV Guide Magazine he's joining Big Love as a senator who's trying to suss out Bill Henrickson. "I've only worked with Bill Paxton and that may be the case throughout," says the actor, who's so far committed to five episodes as Paxton's nemesis. "By saying 'I'm a polygamist' [Henrickson] gums up the works — it's inappropriate behavior. It's also irresponsible because he didn't say it before he ran. So I call him to task about that."
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Seth Green and Clare Grant
Seth Green and model-actress Clare Grant got married over the weekend, according to People.
The couple got hitched at ...
Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Breckin Meyer have landed lead roles in TBS' hourlong comedy pilot Franklin and Bash, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The pilot centers on two street lawyers and lifelong pals, Jared Franklin (Meyer) and Steven Bash (Gosselaar), who are ...
Seth Green, Clare Grant
Family Guy star Seth Green is engaged to model-actress Clare Grant, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Cartoon Network renews Robot Chicken
Green, 36, is known for his roles in...
Robot Chicken, the spoof stop-motion series on Cartoon Network's late-night programming block Adult Swim, has been renewed for two more seasons, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The Seth Green/Matthew Senreich series, which brings in celebs to voice various characters, has been picked up for...
The Big Bang Theory
The Big Bang Theory
Katee Sackhoff of Battlestar Galactica and National Public Radio's Ira Flatow have cameos in tonight's episode, in which Sheldon is humiliated on NPR and then promises vengeance on his nemesis Kripke. Sackhoff appears as — and, no, this isn't a joke — Wolowitz's new love interest.
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