TV news and gossip
TV news and gossip
Lohan clan furious at Glee's (hilarious) send-up of Lindsay. Update: they're suing!
Lindsay Lohan probably won't be Glee's next big guest star after the latest episode took a (pretty funny) pot shot at her rehab shenanigans.
Claire Danes heading to TV
Claire Danes is mulling a return to TV 15 years after her big break in the teen drama My So-Called Life: she's in talks to take the lead role in Homeland, a psychological thriller from 24's executive producer.
24 film ticks closer
The long-talked-about 24 film is inching closer to actually happening, with executive producer Howard Gordon revealing there's now a script — but don't start counting down to the movie just yet.
Glee reality show is back on - and Australians can audition
The long-talked-about reality competition that will give one wannabe the chance to land a starring role in Glee is actually happening, despite reports it'd been cancelled.
BBC predicts William/Kate royal wedding will pull biggest global audience ever
If the buzz on Facebook and Twitter is anything to go by, a lot of people are very interested (for some reason) in Prince William's upcoming marriage to Kate Middleton. But will all those people watch the wedding when it's televised?
Rumour: Joker to return in Batman TV series
After The Dark Knight Rises hits cinemas in 2012, Batman could make the leap to the small screen — where he might fight the Joker again.
Trailer: MTV's new Teen Wolf TV show nothing like Michael J. Fox classic
The first trailer for the upcoming Teen Wolf TV series reveals that it resembles the 1985 movie in name only. Translation: don't expect to see any werewolf slam dunks or dancing.
First look: Matt LeBlanc plays Matt LeBlanc in new TV show
Looks like Matt LeBlanc might finally get to star in a good post-Friends show: US network Showtime has unveiled a sneak peek at its upcoming comedy Episodes, starring the former Joey Tribbiani as a dunderhead version of himself.
South Park accused of ripping off (another) online video
The people who made the delightfully titled viral video 'What What (In the Butt)' have sued South Park, claiming creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker ripped off the YouTube sensation.
Sneak peek: Gwyneth Paltrow sings 'Forget You' on Glee
Gwyneth Paltrow gets her Glee on in the episode set to air in Australia next Monday. Can't wait that long? Then don't miss this preview.