TV news and gossip
TV news and gossip
Gaga gets 60 Minutes interviewer totally drunk
Warning: hanging around Lady Gaga will result in rampant drunkenness. Even if you're a respected journalist like Anderson Cooper.
Video: eight seasons of 24 in eight minutes
TV got about 1000 percent less bad-ass when 24 wrapped up for good earlier in 2010, ending the adventures of Keifer Sutherland's indestructible super-agent Jack Bauer.
Doctor Who promises even more terrifying monsters next season
We will all need an extra-large couch to hide behind when a new season of Doctor Who returns next year: producers have warned that the sci-fi classic's creepie-crawlies will be scarier than ever.
First look: Mad Men's Jon Hamm on The Simpsons
Sadly, Jon Hamm's handsome, handsome face will not appear during the Mad Men star's stint on The Simpsons.
Grey's Anatomy creator confirms musical episode is actually happening
Grey's Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes has confirmed the medical drama really is planning on staging a musical episode, with Tony Award-winning cast member Sara Ramirez (aka Callie) taking the lead.
Video: Cookie Monster auditions for Saturday Night Live
The Cookie Monster, realising that Sesame Street can't last forever, wants to be on Saturday Night Live — and he's posted an audition video to YouTube to prove he has what it takes to be on the sketch-comedy show.
Miranda Otto scores lead role in spooky new TV series
The Australian actress will headline Locke & Key, an upcoming drama pilot produced by Fringe creators Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci.
Bill O'Reilly slams "pinhead" Simpsons writers over Fox News parody
Fox News boor Bill O'Reilly has accused The Simpsons of "continuing to bite the hand that feeds part of it" — which is a bit rich, given that Fox Broadcasting probably wouldn't even exist with the long-running cartoon and the billions of dollars it generates.
First look: Family Guy's new Star Wars special
Family Guy has unveiled the trailer for its third (and final) Star Wars parody/tribute, It's a Trap.
It's official: Gossip Girl dumps Taylor Momsen
Don't expect to see much of Little J in the fourth season of Gossip Girl: the teen drama has put 16-year-old actress/singer/wild child Taylor Momsen on "indefinite hiatus".