TV news and gossip
TV news and gossip
Do want: South Park snack hits US store shelves
"Yeah, I want Cheesy Poofs!": To celebrate the fifteenth season of South Park, Cartman's favourite snack will go on sale in US stores.
Interview: Glee cast reveal what Gwyneth is really like
Gwyneth Paltrow: you either love her or you hate her, but what's she really like in real life? Her Glee cast mates would know better than anyone, so TVFIX grilled Kevin McHale (aka Artie), Harry Shum Jr (Mike) and Ashley Fink (Lauren) when they jetted into Australia.
Watch: Liz Hurley on the set of Gossip Girl
Liz Hurley has hit the set of Gossip Girl, practically oozing sex appeal. Could a fling with Chace Crawford's Nate be on the cards?
Slideshow: 2011 Emmy nominations announced
The nominations for the 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards were announced on Thursday — did your favourite actors and series make the cut?
Confirmed: Rachel, Finn and Kurt out of Glee!
Glee co-creator Ryan Murphy has confirmed that Lea Michele, Cory Monteith and Chris Colfer — that is, his best known castmembers — will be out of the hit show at the end of its third season.
Big Brother US housemate hates gay Harry Potter character
"He's in a school with little kids, you can't make that guy gay!" Watch the homophobic anti-Dumbledore rant that has all Harry Potter fans up in arms.
Harold & Kumar star ditches White House for How I Met Your Mother
Well that lasted long (not). Two years after putting his Hollywood career on hold indefinitely to join the Obama administration, Kal Penn is giving the White House the flick and returning to TV.
First review: Underbelly: Razor
More than a few eyebrows were raised when Channel Nine first announced that the next season of Underbelly would be set in 1920s Sydney. Taking the true-crime franchise so far back in time would either work really well... or bomb spectacularly.
Random much? CSI now stars... Ted Danson
Ted Danson (you know, that guy from Cheers) will replace Laurence Fishburne as CSI's leading man for its 12th season. Go figure.
Man invents Simpsons coat you can really watch
Ever wondered what wearing an episode of The Simpsons would look like? Wonder no more! Wacky inventor slash man with too much spare time, Dave Forbes has created a 160x120 LED video coat that plays episodes in a full body, colour display.