Tina Fey has become BFFs with Bravo head Andy Cohen, the man we have to thank (or blame) for the Real Housewives franchise. He recently spoofed his Housewives reunion shows on NBC's Women of SNL special, while she guested on his Watch What Happens chat show. Is a 30 Rock appearance next? Sounds like it's possible thanks to a crazy new 2011 plot.
Let's dig into a busy sweeps week, starting with the scary before we get to the funny.
MONSTER MASH: Zombies are cool. That's the takeaway from the boffo ratings for the premiere of AMC's riveting zombie epic The Walking Dead. (Episode two this Sunday has a moment that made even this fan of the macabre want to look away.) But zombie horror is also disturbing, in this case emotionally affecting, as the survivors look on at an inexplicably wrecked world populated by the lumbering dead who can strike awfully close to home...
Here are our Top Moments of the TV week:
12. Best Use of Chardonnay: To promote her new craft book on the Today show, Amy Sedaris knows just how to get Hoda Kotb and Kathie Lee Gifford's attention: wine! Sedaris teaches the two hosts the importance of stretching before and after crafts. First, reach...
Cheers to Julia Louis-Dreyfus for finding new life after Old Christine.
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The Emmy-winner hasn't let CBS' unwise cancellation of her sitcom (now in syndication on Lifetime and local stations) slow her down. Her surprise cameos as ...
It's B's b-day, so that means the day is full of surprises, like in the form of an unexpected guest at her party. The birthday girl will also have to deal with Serena and Nate trying to end her and Chuck's devious mind games. Singer Robyn performs.
Read on for previews of The Women of SNL, Dancing with the Stars, Moguls & Movie Stars: A History of Hollywood, Monday Night Football, Two and a Half Men, Weeds and Mario Lopez: Saved by the Baby.