If you're going to spend much of the Thanksgiving holiday weekend on the couch — after all, you'll have lots of food to digest -- there's plenty of TV to watch. Check out our marathon roundup:
(All times are ET/PT and subject to change)
Thursday, Nov. 25
The Haunted (9 a.m.-8 p.m., Animal Planet)
Millionaire Matchmaker (10 a.m.-6 p.m., Bravo)
Mythbusters (9 a.m.-8 p.m., Discovery)
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills may have been trying to avoid the dramatic fireworks of Housewives casts past But five episodes in, the ladies of 90210 seemed to have landed on an explosive landmine with the feud between cast mates Kyle Richards and Camille Grammer. For those not up to speed, Grammer accused Richards of saying no one would be interested in her without her husband [actor Kelsey Grammer], while Richards insists she did no such thing. Unfortunately, the cameras weren't around to catch that disputed conversation. "It is so frustrating to me, I can't even tell you," Richards tells TVGuide.com. "I do not know how that turned into [what Camille said]. I will never know." However, the cameras caught plenty of the subsequent drama between the two that continues on Thursday's episode, titled "The Art of War." (Thank you, Sun Tzu, who first used that title in the sixth century B.C.) The 41-year-old mother of four and former child star spoke with TVGuide.com about her clash with Camille and her...
The TV season is in full swing, and new shows like Hawaii Five-0 and Nikita have really connected with audiences. But have any of your favorite returning shows Jumped the Shark?
Maybe Glee's relentless, preachy theme episodes are starting to get on your nerves? Is Modern Family feeling a little repetitive? Do House and Cuddy together gross you out? Did the Mad Men proposal catch you off guard? Do you wish that ...
Celebs parties up a storm at TV Guide Magazine's annual Hot List party, held November 8 at Drai's in Hollywood. Here are some of the highlights:
Dancing With the Stars' Anna Trebunskaya, who came from the show, celebrated another night of hard work with ...
Talk about a match made in high school heaven! Gleeks and cliques partied shoulder to shoulder at TV Guide Magazine's Hot List party, held November 8 at Hollywood's newest hotspot, Drai's. On the rooftop of the W Hotel, cast members from Glee, Pretty Little Liars and Dancing With the Stars enjoyed dance offs in their booths while the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills hijacked the dance floor.
"I'm thinking it's ...
Stephen "tWitch" Boss was light enough on his feet to finish second in the fourth season of "So You Think You Can Dance." But when the aspiring actor guest stars on tonight's episode, his character will have to employ some pretty fancy footwork to get out of a murder charge after a rival street dancer's skull is discovered at a construction site. Meanwhile, Hannah's instincts as a war correspondent could come in handy when she's assigned to cover a story in a dangerous part of town. — Joe Friedrich
Read on for previews of The Big Bang Theory, Vampire Diaries, The Office, Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Private Practice and Next Stop for Charlie.
Taylor Armstrong, Kyle Richards
9021-oh yeah! There's some new Housewives in reality-TV town and these messes are not messing around. After five iterations of the look-at-us luxury franchise, Bravo finally rounded up some Real monied mamas instead of another batch of foreclosure-bound, "who the hell is that?" social climbers. We're talking sports and casino moguls. Former Disney kids. A woman who feeds her dog breakfast in bed, mmkay? Beverly Hills, you had us at Jiggy.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
Beverly Hills may be just a few hours away from Orange County — where Bravo's Real Housewives franchise was born — but the country's most famous zip code couldn't be more different. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, the sixth location of the ...
The über-serious Dr. Brennan would never consider her field of study to be mere child's play, so it's no surprise when she balks at the idea to film a kids' show at the Jeffersonian. But the host, Professor Bunsen Jude, "The Science Dude" (David Alan Grier), can be very persuasive, so she ultimately relents by making him the lab's latest intern. And it can't hurt to have another inquisitive mind around, especially on a case involving a dismembered bounty hunter who was looking for a murder suspect. — Joe Friedrich
Read on for previews of 30 Rock, Project Runway, Monica & David, The Vanilla Ice Project, Grey's Anatomy and Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
Well, well, well. Isn't this what we've all been waiting for with baited breath?
First of all, no Beverly Hills babe would ever stoop to being called a housewife. How plebeian. How gauche. Hollywood wives please, far more glamorous! And I should know, since I wrote the book about the sleek, groomed, ambitious, social-climbing wives of Hollywood icons. But let's examine the women in question on this new Housewives franchise. They might be affluent, pretty (with a definite nod to various surgical procedures), but do they represent Beverly Hills? They sure give it a big try.
First off, there's Kim and Kyle Richards, sisters who were once child actresses and whose current claim to fame is that they are Paris Hilton's aunts...