Neil Patrick Harris has brought his powerful pipes to the stage, the Internet and How I Met Your Mother, but now he's taking his singing voice to Nickelodeon's animated Penguins of Madagascar special, "Blowhole Strikes Back."
In the hourlong special (airing Friday at 8/7c), Harris returns as the penguins' sinister nemesis, Dr. Blowhole. In the exclusive clip below, Harris performs the power ballad "Mutant Disaster," one of six original songs from the movie.
The Penguins of Madagascar are known for putting their own unique spin on things, and the holidays are no exception.
While many will be celebrating Christmas on Dec. 25th, the penguins will be ringing in their annual Kidsmas celebration. To make the most of the only day the zoo is closed to visitors, the penguins try to organize decorations, food, gifts and a visit from Santa. Unfortunately, they must first...
Suze Orman Show
Suze dishes family-focused financial advice in an all-viewer call edition. Among the cases she adjudicates is a flip-flop of an ordinary complaint: Instead of a parent seeking to be financially free from a grown child, this time it's a son who sees his mom as the burden. Orman also deals with the matter of a dad who's backtracked from doling out the wedding cash he vowed to give his offspring and, in the "Can I Afford It?" segment, a look at whether buying a $100,000 Jaguar is a smart move.
Read on for previews of America's Most Wanted, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Penguins of Madagascar, College Football and A Perfect Getaway.
Victorious star Victoria Justice and iCarly's Jennette McCurdy are teaming up for Nickelodeon's The Penguins of Madagascar.
In the episode, Justice and McCurdy lend their voices to badgers Stacy and Becky. The pair join the zoo as part of a new badger exhibit and are very excited about their new...
Not unlike middle sister Jan Brady, the second jewel in horse racing's Triple Crown is a bit attention-starved as the bridge from historic Churchill Downs to the big-city, big-event feel of the Belmont Stakes. The too-short, two-week turnaround following the Kentucky Derby annually leads to just a handful of Derby horses also entering the Pimlico starting gate in Baltimore, making life that much easier for the Derby winner. Super Saver is this year's Triple Crown candidate, with jockey Calvin Borel gunning for his second straight Preakness win after guiding fabulous filly Rachel Alexandra to victory last year. Paddy O'Prado (third), Lookin at Lucky (sixth) and Dublin (seventh), one of two entries trained by five-time Preakness winner D. Wayne Lukas, headline the Derby holdovers.
Read on for previews of SNL, Doctor Who, America's Most Wanted and more.