And they thought Anne Hathaway and James Franco would bring in more viewers.
Sunday's 84th Academy Awards, hosted by Oscar stalwart Billy Crystal for the ninth time, enjoyed a small bump over last ...
Watching celebrities be forced to do "normal people" things like selling hot dogs, or working as hotel employees is inherently funny. But when you throw in a few hilarious comedians and B-listers that have inflated perceptions of their own notoriety — as they have on this season's Celebrity Apprentice — it almost guarantees viewers will be laughing the whole way through.
Gary Busey has filed for bankruptcy, The Associated Press reports.
We're not worthy!
Tia Carrere will guest-star on the upcoming fifth and final season of In Plain Sight, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
USA sets premiere date for final season of In Plain Sight
The Wayne's World star, 45, will play Stan's dance...
Donald Trump — who apparently is not running for president — says he initially struggled to persuade household names to sign up for Celebrity Apprentice when the series premiered in 2008. Not anymore (or so says the Donald).
Jeff Probst, Survivor
The finale of Survivor: South Pacific airs this Sunday, and in reflecting on the season, we're feeling like the franchise is getting a bit stale. So we began to imagine what a "Celebrity" Survivor would be like.
Would it be the train wreck that I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here so quickly became? Or perhaps it would have a more successful run, like Donald Trump's Celebrity Apprentice, now approaching its sixth season. Either way, we'd want to see Jeff Probst in the competition, rather than hosting it — and then, we'd place our bets on him.
As the host of Survivor for the past 11 years, Probst has traveled to 16 different countries, presented checks to 22 winners, and witnessed over 500 competitions. At this point, we figure he has a foolproof strategy to win the game. So we decided to ask him about it.
Check out Probst's six-point plan for taking Survivor's million-dollar prize:
1. Read people. I think I'm a pretty good read of people. That really subtle read of the competitors from moment to moment is crucial.
2. Stay involved. I would play...
First Survivor champ Richard Hatch has been released from a Rhode Island state prison after serving a nine-month term for failing to file his tax returns, The Associated Press reports.
Richard Hatch ordered back to prison — again
Hatch was freed Monday, according to a state prison official. Hatch spent most of his ...
Lisa Rinna will return to her Days of Our Lives stomping grounds this spring, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Rinna, 48, will reprise her role as Billie Reed beginning....
If Donald Trump can't be president, at least he can moderate a presidential debate.
The Apprentice boss and former presidential hopeful has teamed with Newsmax, a conservative magazine and news web site, to moderate a presidential debate in...
Dancing With The Stars
Overwhelmed by all those two-hour reality shows? You're not alone, and even the networks admit that it's a lot to watch. But they still benefit from those supersized series — so expect to see even more shows go the expansion route.
Two-hour episodes used to be rare, and reserved for special milestones. But what was once a stunt is now the norm, as two-hour series like Dancing with the Stars, The Sing-Off, The Biggest Loser and The X-Factor all take up loads of on-air real estate — sometimes eating up as much as four hours of programming a week (if lengthy results shows and recap specials are included).