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We now know the identity of Rebeca Mader‘s iconic Once Upon a Time villain:
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— Rebecca Mader (@bexmader) December 16, 2013
TVLine says that two Homeland cast members won’t be back full time next season.
Deadline reports that CBS is working on a reboot of The Odd Couple with Matthew Perry set to star and produce. Perry is set to play Oscar, the messy one. This would be a multi-cam comedy, Perry’s first since Friends.
Kyra Sedgwick is returning to TNT. The former Closer star will lead a pilot about a skeptical surgeon who is »
- Lyle Masaki
Showrunner Steven Moffat revealed to Radio Times that he has a big revelation planned for the upcoming Doctor Who Christmas special. (You might want to skip down if you want to be completely spoiler-free. However, I’d like to think that if he’s talking about it, there are bigger surprises to enjoy in the special.) Thanks to a botched regeneration by David Tennant‘s Doctor, Matt Smith‘s version is actually the 13th incarnation of the Doctor. According to Doctor Who lore, the Doctor is limited to 13 incarnations. Thus, transitioning to Peter Capaldi‘s Doctor will mean changing the rules of the show.
As the internet reacts to the Family Guy death, (do »
- Lyle Masaki
"America's Got Talent" host Nick Cannon was on "Rachael Ray" Thursday (Nov. 14) where he talks about his wife Mariah Carey, like what's on her Christmas list and the "no-singing clause" that she has given him.
"It definitely has to be thoughtful, for someone like that who can buy anything they want for themselves, it's all about a thoughtful gift," says Cannon. "So I try to do sweet, funny stuff that makes her smile. A lot of custom-made things ... get something engraved with her name on it, or a poem when I write. ... paintings. I'm not great painter, but at least it came from the heart."
But even a thoughtful present doesn't get Cannon the rights to sing in their household.
"In my house, there's a no-singing clause because my wife doesn't want me to have a poor influence on our children's vocal ability. I can't even teach 'em how to sing the ABCs. »
O'Reilly came under fire for telling the news program, he was directed to write his historical best-seller by "the holy spirit." But the Fox News anchor tells Ray that's just a basic tenet of his religion.
"Catholics and Christians believe there's an interactive God," says O'Reilly. "[Who] pays attention to all of us, and that the inspiration you get comes from. So I just said that on '60 Minutes.'"
After receiving criticism from atheists for the remark, O'Reilly says, "If God really had infused me with power, I would have turned them into stone. But I can't do that."
The author also insists, "There's no religion in the book. It's just history. Jesus was a human being. »
"I am in orange, long sleeves, pink, a vest, crocs, all of which are not in wardrobe. Mario did this to me three years ago, so I figure it was due. I'm a huge Mario fan, as we all are," says Fieri.
He also talks about his new show, "Guy's Grocery Games," which is basically a cooking show meets "Supermarket Sweep," and competes with Rachael's husband John in a race to extract big plastic spiders from real pumpkins full of guts.
But one thing Fieri did not mention was his recent scuffle with his hairdresser. It's a shame -- we were really wondering what on earth that was all about.
Challenged by Rachael Ray to a game of "Modern Family or First Family," the woman who brings Claire Dunphy to life week in and week out was forced to determine whether a soundbite, read by Ray, was a line of dialogue from her hit show or something a member of President Barack Obama's family once said.
Bowen had a surprisingly tough time finding the right answers, prompting her to quip that the Obamas clearly ought to be "Modern Family" writers.
Play along with Bowen as you watch her video above and see if you fare any better than she did.
"Modern Family" airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. Et on ABC. »
The Hallmark Channel has enlisted some ringers in its challenge to Animal Planet’s “Puppy Bowl.” Regis Philbin, celebrity cook Rachael Ray, “Today” personality Hoda Kotb and “Real Housewives” star Lisa Vanderpump have signed on for Hallmark’s first annual “Kitten Bowl,” its answer to Animal Planet’s “Puppy Bowl.” Also read: Howard Stern’s Wife to Host First-Ever Kitten Bowl Nicky Hilton, Rocco Dispirito and Chuck Nice (“The Hot 10″) will also participate in the event, which kicks off Feb. 2 at noon. Beth Stern, animal-rights activist and wife of radio personality Howard Stern, will host the event, with John Sterling, »
- Tim Kenneally
Eliza Coupe may have found her next series following Happy Endings (admittedly, I was hoping she might return to Community). She is set to star in Benched, a USA comedy pilot about a woman who goes from working in corporate law to being a public defender.
The Doctor Who 50th anniversary special will be shown in theaters in 3D, including screens in the USA. Unfortunately, it looks like the specifics haven’t been settled, so we’ll all have to wait to find out if its going to be shown on the big screen in our city.
I wouldn’t mind switching out one of those companions, tho…
Vulture lists its 25 Most Amazing Amazing Race teams. I don’t have many complaints, except that it’s too bad they forgot the epic moment of Tara haranguing the insufferable Will in the final race to the finish line.
Bravo is »
- Lyle Masaki
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including The Walking Dead, New Girl, Law & Order: Svu and Arrow!
2 | Even though Revenge‘s Margaux is wearing a bit thin, wasn’t it nice to see her bring out a smile in the usually dour Jack? And did we hear correctly when the promos touted the »
- Team TVLine
Bomer and partner Simon Halls (pictured together above) have three kids at home -- an 8-year-old and twin 5-year-olds, plus a new puppy, which he admits is a lot.
"It is a zoo, it's very busy. I get all my cardio in without ever going to the gym. ... Everybody's getting ready for Halloween," he says. "Our oldest is going to be a zombie football player, all his own invention. And the twins are going to be Ninja Turtles."
He says that Halloween has always fun a fun event for him, but when he was growing up, he always had to be his brother's sidekick.
"I was always the lesser of what my brother was, the sidekick. If he was Superman, I was Superboy. »
David Letterman will be staying up Late for the foreseeable future.
The funnyman on Friday extended his contract with CBS and the Late Show through 2015.
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“There is only one Dave, and we are extremely proud that he continues to call CBS ‘home,’” network honcho Les Moonves said in a statement. Added Letterman, playfully, “Les and I had a lengthy discussion, and we both agreed that I needed a little more time to fully run the show into the ground.”
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- Megan Masters
In surprising news, Fox has ordered a second season of Sleepy Hollow. The supernatural drama has been doing well enough to merit a full-season order (which is what most new shows get for doing well) but Fox has decided to keep the first season a short 13-episodes.
Nathan Fillion has signed up for a guest-role on Community. He’ll appear in one episode as a “politically savvy head custodian”. No word if Abed notices his resemblance to Captain Mal.
Nathan Fillion when he’s not playing a politically savvy custodian.
Here’s some news to put a smile on your face that will last all weekend, Stevie Nicks is a big Game of Thrones fan and she credits the fantasy drama for pulling her out of a bad time when she was grieving for her mother and battling pneumonia. She’s even written poetry about the characters and wants »
- Lyle Masaki
Rachael Ray’s brand of straight-shooting talk and culinary solutions for the busy gal will be around for two more seasons. CBS Television Distribution has renewed talk show, “Rachael Ray,” through the 2015-2016 season for a total run of 10 seasons. It will continue in 90 percent of the country, including on ABC Owned Television Stations in New York, Philadelphia and Raleigh, N.C, and stations from CBS Television Stations, Hearst, Post-Newsweek and Sinclair Broadcasting groups. Also read: Regis Philbin Takes Recurring Guest Gig on ‘Rachael Ray’ “‘Rachael Ray’ is one of the best brands in the business and our station clients and advertisers recognize that, »
- Jethro Nededog
“Rachael Ray” has been renewed for two more years, it was announced today.
The syndicated talkshow’s renewal — which takes it through its tenth season — has cleared almost 90% of the country, including ABC Owned TV Stations in New York, Philadelphia and Raleigh. CBS TV Stations, Hearst, Post-Newsweek and other groups have also re-upped with the program.
“’Rachael Ray’ is one of the best brands in the business, and our station clients and advertisers recognize that,” CBS TV Distribution’s Joe Disalvo said. “We’re thrilled to keep a talent like Rachael in the family and extend the show to 10 seasons.”
- AJ Marechal
Linda Ronstadt, the 11-time Grammy-winning recording artist who has been diagnosed with Parkinson's, says that her "painful" disease has not only forced her to stop singing but also now requires her to have assistance with daily activities. "It is painful ... I can't sing at all," the singer, 67, admits tells Rachael Ray on her show airing Friday. "Things that require a lot of coordination with your hands, like brushing your teeth or washing your hair ... It's hard to ask other people to do things for me. I feel like a big demanding baby." The silky smooth songstress, whose book Simple Dreams: »
- Wade Rouse
They always say, if you can't handle the heat, get out of the kitchen. But does that rule still apply if hot celebrity chefs are involved? With Labor Day weekend in full effect, thousands of Americans are firing up the grill and spicing up the kitchen with a little help from their favorite television cooks. Perhaps you are following Australian foodie Curtis Stone and putting some tasty shrimp on the BBQ. Maybe Rachael Ray's 30-minute meals are keeping you full in between shopping sprees and trips to the beach. Whatever you are deciding to make, we all can agree that some chefs have us swooning with their talents, looks and charms. This weekend, we're slicing up some friendly competition »
On August 21, "The Soup" will celebrate its milestone 500th episode by going live for both its east and west coast airings (10 p.m. Et/Pt on E!) -- a feat that will be made all the more impressive (and potentially disastrous) because McHale apparently has "full on dyslexia ... I think it really brings a sense of danger," he quipped to a group of reporters gathered after the comedy show's 499th taping.
According to McHale and executive producer K.P. Anderson, the 500th episode will be structured much like any other "Soup" installment, with the added high-wire act of going live -- and two sets of guests -- but without a retrospective element. "I think live is pretty much the trick," Anderson said. "We’ll have a couple of little surprises along the way with our special guests. I think we, as a show, do better when the material is fresh and we have new jokes. »
- Laura Prudom
Nina stunned again at the 2013 Teen Choice Awards, showing off major cleavage! Do you love her revealing look as much as we do? Vote.
Nina Dobrev looked amazing in an edgy, low-cut jumpsuit at the 2013 Teen Choice Awards on August 11. The 24-year-old Vampire Diaries star totally stole the spotlight by opting to rock this sexy one piece! Read on to find out more about her sultry look.
Nina Dobrev’s Teen Choice Awards Outfit: Rocking Major Cleavage
Nina is becoming the one to watch on the red carpet (although in this case, it was randomly turquoise), and she didn’t disappoint at the TCAs!
Nina, who usually chooses to wear hot dresses to award shows, pleasantly surprised us by donning an ultra-low-cut black jumpsuit that showcased lots of sexy cleavage, but still managed to be tasteful! The form-fitting jumpsuit featured a trendy peplum top and matching pants with black strips running down the sides. »
DeVitto told Zap2it in February she enjoyed finally working with Wesley on an episode of "The Vampire Diaries" after previously calling it a blessing that they avoided sharing screen time.
"We had both done 11 episodes of the show and hadn't worked together on it yet," DeVitto said at the time. "And I said, 'Maybe that's a blessing in disguise. Maybe working together every day and then going home together would be a little too much, so maybe I prefer it this way.'"
But after breaking the seal, she told Zap2it, "I had such a great time working with [Wesley], and it was so amazing. I totally take back everything I said. We just have such a mutual respect for each other, and a similar work ethic. »
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including The Killing, The Newsroom, The Fosters and Suits!
1 | You kinda wanted The Killing‘s Holder and Linden to kiss there on the sofa, didn’t you? Also, was there any way to predict that malevolent little twist of having Nicholas Lea’s supportive, deeply religious death-row inmate Dale turn out to be the nastiest little sociopath the show has ever seen?
2 | In Falling Skies‘ highly entertaining “flashback-but-not” sequence, who was your favorite out-of-place character? »
- Team TVLine
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