2010 CMT Awards
CMT Music Awards
Kid Rock hosts the ninth annual gala, which features performances from a diverse array of country stars. Keith Urban is slated to play "Hit the Ground Running" with his Crossroads co-star John Mayer. LeAnn Rimes plans to sing "Swingin'" with full choreography, and Jamey Johnson is set to debut "Macon." Other performers include Toby Keith, Miranda Lambert, Tim McGraw and Brad Paisley, Carrie Underwood, Lady Antebellum and Zac Brown Band, the Grammy-winning Best New Artist of 2010.
Read on for previews of Top Chef Masters, Work of Art, Bridal Bootcamp, How'd You Get So Rich?, CSI: NY, Babe and the Stanley Cup Finals.
Are We There Yet?
Are We There Yet?
TBS complements its Tyler Perry-infused Wednesday-night lineup with this newly minted sitcom based on the 2005 film of the same name. Rapper-actor Ice Cube, star of the film, is an executive producer of the family-themed affair, which tracks newlywed couple Nick and Suzanne (Terry Crews, Essence Atkins) and their two children as they face various blended-family obstacles. In the premiere, Nick comes to believe that the kids don't love him, and Suzanne updates her name — complete with a hyphen. In a second episode that follows, cash flow problems strike the family when Suzanne's credit issues come to the surface.
Read on for previews of Curb Your Enthusiasm, Ghost Hunters Academy, In Plain Sight, Top Chef Masters, Tosh.0, Toddlers & Tiaras and MythBusters.
It's lights, camera and action for our fab four, who were the reel deal last night by performing songs of the cinema, with actor Jamie Foxx guiding them along with his mentorship. But Idol viewers are the final critic, and now Crystal Bowersox, Lee DeWyze, Casey James and Michael Lynche anxiously await America's thumbs-up or thumbs-down in this results installment. Alas, one will end up on the cutting-room floor. Providing the soundtrack are performers Bon Jovi and Daughtry, fronted by Season 5's Chris Daughtry.
Read on for previews of America's Next Top Model, Mercy, American Masters, Top Chef Masters and Music by Prudence.
What the Hecks? It's like Mother's Day in reverse for Frankie when she spends the holiday doing even more than usual for Mike and the kids instead of the other way around. Then she escapes the Heck house for a few hours to take solace at her mom's place and dumps the same mess on her mother (Marsha Mason), expecting to be waited on hand and foot. Meanwhile, Sue feels guilty about stealing a motivational magnet from a store, even though the magnet itself is partly to blame.
Read on for previews of American Idol, America's Next Top Model, New Adventures of Old Christine, Criminal Minds, Top Chef Masters and Live from Lincoln Center.
Whether it's Adam Richman racing against the clock to eat a 3-meter-long bratwurst on Man v. Food or a group of Top Chef Masters competing to create a delectable meal using only the ingredients found on the Lost island, food-challenge shows are addictive — not to mention mouthwatering.
Gail Simmons: Top Chef Masters meets Modern Family
With TLC delving into the gastro-competitive realm with Ultimate Chili Challenge (May 3 at 10/9c) and Chocolate Wars (May 10 at 10/9c), we found it only fitting share our top six food-challenge moments:
Phil's reticence to tell Claire anything she might not like to hear has the tendency to turn molehills into mountains. Well, there's another one to climb when Phil's dad (Fred Willard) shows up in a motor home, and if that's not a big enough surprise for Claire, he's also brought them a dog. Guess you better build a doghouse for two, eh Phil? Meanwhile, Cameron offers to sit in on the drums in Dylan's band, and Manny wears out the panic button after seeing a scary movie.
Read on for previews of Law & Order: SVU, Happy Town, Top Chef Masters, Sunset Daze and Great Performances.
Academy Award-winning actor Forest Whitaker, who had a recurring role in the series The Shield, returns to television — and the world of crime — in this episode. Hotch and the team meet Whitaker's Sam Cooper when they investigate the murders of homeless men in San Francisco, where they work with a separate BAU group whose current case could be connected to the deaths.
Read on for previews of American Idol, Top Chef Masters,Being Erica and In Plain Sight.
If Top Chef Masters' first season had you salivating, Season 2 (premiering Wednesday at 11/10c on Bravo) is sure to kick your cravings into high gear.
TVGuide.com caught up with the show's newest judge, Top Chef's Gail Simmons, to find out if she'll be harsher on the renowned cheftestants and to get the scoop on an upcoming challenge involving the Modern Family cast. Plus: See why she thinks her new culinary competition series, Just Desserts, will give fans ...
Liam Neeson, who has done few interviews since the death of his wife, Natasha Richardson, in March 2009, will appear on Bravo to talk about his new movie, Clash of the Titans.
Liam Neeson walks first red carpet since wife's death
Neeson, 57, will join host Andy Cohen on...
Top Chef Masters
Top Chef Masters will welcome back six Season 1 competitors along with 16 fresh faces for its upcoming second season, Entertainment Weekly reports.
Among those vying for the coveted title of Top Chef Master will be Graham Elliot Bowles, Wylie Dufresne, Ludo Lefebvre, Rick Moonen, Mark Peel and Jonathan Waxman, all of whom came up short during last summer's inaugural season. New contestants include Jody Adams, Sunsur Lee, Debbie Gold and Marcus Samuelsson. (See the full cast below.)
The show will welcome back judges Gael Greene, James Oseland and Jay Rayner as well as...