Jamie Chung, Sarah Bolger
Once Upon a Time is adding two more Disney princesses to its roster for Season 2.
The ABC fantasy series has cast Jamie Chung as Mulan and Sarah Bolger as Princess Aurora, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Once Upon a Time promotes Emilie de Ravin to series regular
As reported in TVGuide.com's Mega Buzz, Mulan was described as a seemingly delicate but deadly trained warrior whose skills are...
Radio and TV pioneer Fred Allen once quipped, "Imitation is the sincerest form of television." But he didn't live to see today's reality-TV wars, which erupted again this spring after CBS accused ABC of ripping off Big Brother and Fox announced plans to tweak NBC's The Voice.
Scott and Kelly Wolf
Party of Five alum Scott Wolf and his wife Kelley are expecting baby No. 2.
NCIS Exclusive First Look: Can Gibbs & Co. trust Scott Wolf's FBI agent?
"Just between the 10,149 of you and me, my wife and I are expecting our second child. We are expecting that because she's pregnant. Happy us," the actor tweeted on Saturday.
Real World alum Tonya Cooley has filed a lawsuit against MTV, Bunim-Murray Productions and former castmates Kenneth Santucci and Evan Starkman alleging sexual assault, according to Entertainment Weekly.
Vintage MTV logo
Before The Real World, The Hills and Snooki, the M in MTV stood for music.
Crime procedurals on TV are a dime a dozen (though often much more profitable), but BBC America's Luther is one in a million. Making Criminal Minds look like a romp in Disneyland, this twisted walk on the dark side earned an Emmy nomination this year for its powerful star, Idris Elba (The Wire), for good reason. Few things are juicier than letting an actor wallow in the most damaged corners of the soul.
And right away, as Luther returns for a second season (10/9c) comprised of two two-part thrillers airing over four weeks, we can see that John Luther's notoriety as London's most volatile and unstable detective is intact. Still grieving the death of his ex-wife (at the hands of a former colleague), Luther returns ...
On Aug. 1, 1981, with the help of the Buggles and their song "Video Killed the Radio Star," MTV launched into orbit. That means that MTV is turning 30. That's nearly a generation older than those in its 12-to-18 target demographic. Break out the dentures and Depends!
Seriously though, MTV is far different now. Really, with the boost of Jersey Shore and the 16 and Pregnant and Teen Mom shows, it's a different animal from when the channel was 27. When people talk about its changing face, the "Play videos again!" critique is never far from the discourse; yet, it's hard to see how straightforward music-video programming would fit in to a YouTubed world. Plus, MTV already has a bunch of offshoot stations like MTV Jams to do just that.
That said, it would be nice for MTV to relive what it once did well as a general pop-culture authority.
Check out five suggestions of themes the network could revisit to cover its age spots...
Lindsay Sloane, Greg Grunberg
Lindsay Sloane and Greg Grunberg will guest-star on an upcoming episode of Psych that parodies The Bachelorette, TV Line reports.
Sloane will play Melinda, the star of the pseudo dating show Missed Connections, on which guys ...
Reality producer Matt Kunitz has asked contestants to eat foul bugs (on Fear Factor) and jump on big red balls (see Wipeout). But that's child's play compared to what he's put people through on ABC's recent new entry, 101 Ways to Leave a Game Show.
The Daily Show, Jon Stewart
Our top moments of the week:
11. Worst Call for Help: On the Real Housewives of New Jersey, Teresa goes over to Jacqueline's house for help writing a letter to Teresa's brother, Joe. Unfortunately, pretty much all of Jacqueline's advice falls on deaf ears, as Teresa tells her, "You really don't know ... it's between me and my brother," and then proceeds to overstay her welcome by a few hours. Don't you have your own McMansion for this sort of thing?
10. Worst Plagiarism: During Platinum Hit's song hook challenge (its version of a Top Chef quickfire), Nevin whips up a...