Cher to guest-judge "Dancing with the Stars"
The music icon will also perform on next week's show.
Fox may have changed "Broadchurch's" name to "Gracepoint"
The American version of the UK drama reportedly has a new name.
Fox unveils the first 8 minutes of "Almost Human"
Hulu has the first minutes of the premiere posted, three weeks early.
Are 19 late-night talk shows too much?
Tonight's premiere of TBS' "The Pete Holmes Show" brings the late-night talk show total to 19. Which begs the question: Are we reaching the late-night talk show saturation point?
"Girls" bringing back Andrew Rannells, likely as a series regular
Hannah's gay ex-boyfriend Elijah appeared in eight episodes over the first two seasons. PLUS: Read Lena Dunham's new New Yorker piece about food.
Guy Fieri testifies in the case of the teen who stole his yellow Lamborghini
Fieri's car was stolen from a dealership in San Francisco in a "Mission Impossible"-style heist.
Don't expect "Homeland" to be a top-notch drama again
It's clear the Showtime series has peaked creatively and that it was never built to last.
See Walter White in pink
Aaron Paul posted a "Breaking Bad" photo of Bryan Cranston all pinked-up.
Could "The Good Wife" be ultimately doomed by its game-changer?
It happened to "Dexter" and "Lost" after their game-changing episodes, and it could happen to "The Good Wife," too, says Richard Lawson. "Now that the show has pulled of its biggest ta-da trick yet, it seems likely that we're headed for some kind of slump, or at least a plateau," he says. "Which is too bad." PLUS: Cast members are rebuilding homes damaged by Sandy to mark 100 episodes.
"Seinfeld" diner gets the documentary treatment
See a preview of the Tom's Restaurant documentary.
"Jeopardy!" begins celebrating its 30th anniversary this week
Alex Trebek will celebrate the milestone by giving away vacations and putting together a "Battle of the Decades" tournament.
Watch a preview of Sarah Silverman's HBO special
"Sarah Silverman: We Are Miracles Conversation" debuts Nov. 23.
"The Mindy Project" casts Max Minghella
He'll play Danny's brother.
Watch Lou Reed jam with Jimmy Fallon and Conan O'Brien
They performed "Wild Side" at "Night of Too Many Stars."
Channing Tatum is filming his New Orleans "Saints and Sinners" burlesque club for an A&E reality show
Tatum is currently producing the pilot for A&E.
"Boardwalk Empire" finally got comfortable with itself this season
"There's a laid-back sense of purpose," Matt Zoller Seitz says of Season 4. "Almost every scene and subplot is landing elegantly and building toward a climax that looks to be substantial rather than predictably and tediously 'explosive.'" PLUS: Erik LaRay Harvey talks this week's episode.
JFK's "American Experience" documentary: Watch the trailer
John F. Kennedy gets a new biopic on Nov. 11 and 12.
Why is "Mom" so different from Chuck Lorre's other sitcoms?
It's a lot more interesting than Lorre's other comedies, especially with its tough, wounded heart.
Meet Pete Holmes, the new late-night guy following "Conan"
The comedian says of Conan O'Brien producing his new show, which starts tonight: "He's been downright paternal about it. Of course, every time I see him, he busts my balls and says that he's revoking his endorsement. Everything that he's done speaks the opposite though."
CW releases "Nikita's" final season promo
Maggie Q kicks off the final six episodes on Nov. 22.
Check out Louis CK's unusual web banner ad
It's just a picture of the comic holding a handwritten note.
ABC apologizes after a kid says "kill everyone in China" on "Jimmy Kimmel Live"
The clip that aired last week has sparked anger in the Chinese community. PLUS: Protesters in San Francisco compare Kimmel to Hitler.
See new footage from the "Veronica Mars" movie
Rob Thomas released a four-minute video that also includes interviews with the cast.
"Desperate Housewives Africa" to be filmed in Nigeria
The latest remake of the ABC soap will have "an African soul."
Lisa Kudrow: I got a nose job at age 16 -- and it changed my life
"That was life altering," Kudrow tells The Saturday Evening Post. "I went from, in my mind, hideous, to not hideous. I did it the summer before going to a new high school. So there were plenty of people who wouldn't know how hideous I looked before. That was a good, good, good change."
"The "Simpsons" will retire Edna Krabappel following the death of Marcia Wallace
"We intend to retire her irreplaceable character," says "Simpsons" boss Al Jean, who was "tremendously saddened" by Wallace's death.
David Arquette to play the "Happy Face Killer" on Lifetime
Arquette will star in the Lifetime movie based on '90s Canadian serial killer Hunter Jesperson.
Diane Keaton plans to remake BBC drama "Last Tango in Halifax"
The drama about two former childhood sweethearts who rekindle their romance via Facebook when they are widowed and in their 70s has been shown recently on PBS.
NBC News to air a "Why We (heart) Vampires" special on Friday, before "Grimm" and "Dracula"
The NBC News special, hosted by MSNBC's Tamron Hall and consisting of a collection of vampire-related news clips, will preempt this week's "Dateline."
See the final 2 script pages of the "Breaking Bad" finale
Vince Gilligan's script declares: "He's back with his True Love."
"SVU" gets Clay Aiken, Taylor Hicks and Ashanti to play "Idol"-like judges
This will be the 2nd time Aiken has played a fake judge on NBC this year. Aiken played a judge on the penultimate "The Office" episode.
Watch PBS' "American Masters" documentary on Lou Reed
The 1998 75-minute documentary looks back at the life of the rock legend, who died yesterday at age 71. PLUS: "The Late Show" pays tribute to "our friend" Lou Reed with by posting a 1994 performance of "Sweet Jane."
Did "Homeland" twist save the season?
Last night we got some payoff from the twist, resulting in the season's best episode. PLUS: Twist has given "Homeland" a jolt of energy, it would've made no difference if viewers had known all along, and what happened to Saul's spy skills?
New Yorker posts an excerpt of BJ Novak's new book
"One More Thing: Stories and Other Stories" will be released in February.
George R.R. Martin thinks the "Game of Thrones" porn parody is rather tame
Martin thinks his books are smuttier than "Game of Bones."
"The Daily Show" is auctioning off its giant "Sexy Vagina" costume
The winner of the costume, which Kristen Schaal wore last week, must photograph themselves wearing the costume.
"The Following" adds "Oz's" Lee Tergesen
He'll play a normal family man who may have a dark secret.
HBO releases a 2nd "True Detective" trailer
Watch Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson in action.
"Dexter" joining Netflix on Halloween
CBS has struck a deal to put the first four seasons on Netflix starting Thursday. The final eight seasons will begin streaming on New Year's Day.
NBC buys a lesbian-themed comedy from Ellen DeGeneres
Ellen is teaming with one of her former writers on a comedy about a lesbian woman and her straight male best friend.
"The Sopranos'" Michael Imperioli books "Rake" role
He'll play a restaurateur accused of bigamy.
Craig Ferguson to host a "Celebrity Name Game" game show
Courteney Cox and David Arquette are producing the syndicated game show in which contestants try to name famous people.
Meredith Vieira's talk show sold in 60% of the country
The former "Today" host's" new talk show is set to premiere next fall.
CNN renews Morgan Spurlock's "Inside Man"
The docuseries will return for an eight-episode 2nd season in the spring.
"Sesame Street" spoofs "Homeland" with "Homelamb"
The target: A big bad wolf on the lamb.
Alana De La Garza will reprise her "Law & Order" role on "SVU"
But instead of playing an ADA, she'll be a federal prosecutor.
"Strike Back" renewed for a 4th and final season
Cinemax's first primetime drama series will return next year.
Jerry Ferrera: An "Entourage" movie is "real close" to getting underway
A deal, he says, could be closed today.
Adam Scott's "The Greatest Event in Television History" offers a family portrait clue
Jon Glaser, Catherine O'Hara, Chelsea Peretti and Kathryn Hahn will join Scott in the 3rd edition of the Adult Swim special.
"Sons of Anarchy's" Maggie Siff is pregnant
Siff is expecting her first child, revealing the news via her Twitter bio's change to "future mom." No word yet if her pregnancy will have any impact on the FX series.
Alyssa Milano: CBS' "Charmed" reboot is too soon
Milano shared her thoughts on Twitter: "The thing about them doing a #charmed reboot is... it just... it feels like yesterday. It feels too close."
Jeff Probst will guest on "Two and a Half Men"
The "Survivor" host announced his Nov. 14 guest spot on Twitter, but didn't say if he'll be playing himself.
"Sleepy Hollow" is boosting tourism to Sleepy Hollow, New York
The tiny village in Westchester County has seen a threefold increase in tourism since the debut of the Fox series.
"SNL" puts "Don't Smash My Pumpkin" music video on the web
Watch Taran Killam's cut PSA. PLUS: "SNL" creates a Wes Anderson horror movie.
Martha Plimpton apologizes for calling Julianne Hough a "moron"
The "Raising Hope" star ranted on Twitter over Hough's blackface "Orange is the New Black" costume, saying: "Can we use this moment additionally to also recognize that elevating morons to celebrity status does not help the world in any way? Ever?"
Watch Greg Kinnear in Fox's "Rake"
Here's the first trailer for the Australian legal drama remake.
RIP Edna Krabappel: Remembering Marcia Wallace's "Simpsons" character
Here are Bart's teacher's 11 best episodes.
See the trailer for "Cosmos" from Seth MacFarlane and Neil deGrasse Tyson
Fox's "Cosmos: A Space-Time Odyssey" is a sequel to Carl Sagan's "Cosmos: A Personal Voyage."
Alfonso Ribeiro welcomes Alfonso Ribeiro Jr.
The "Fresh Prince" star welcomed his second child on Sunday.
Jason Sudeikis and Olivia Wilde are expecting
The couple met on the 2011 season finale of "Saturday Night Live."
"Simon & Simon" star Mary Carver dies
Carver, 89, played the mother of the two private-detective brothers.
Netflix: We want "House of Cards" to go beyond Season 2
Despite a former producer saying Season 2 would be the last, Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos says: "Our intent is that the show keep going for sure. It was a 26-episode commitment. It was not our intent that it just run for two seasons."
Seth MacFarlane enters his 40s
The "Family Guy" honcho, famous for his man-child persona, celebrates his 40th birthday today.
Julianne Hough apologizes for her "Orange is the New Black" blackface
"It certainly was never my intention to be disrespectful or demeaning to anyone in any way," she says of her Crazy Eyes Halloween costume. "I realize my costume hurt and offended people and I truly apologize."
"Dracula" does well for NBC
The limited series had the No. 2 launch in the key demo for a 10 pm drama this season. Meanwhile, "The Carrie Diaries" struggled in its 2nd-season debut.
Marcia Wallace, star of "The Simpsons and "The Bob Newhart Show," dies at 70
Wallace voiced the character of Edna Krabappel on "The Simpsons" and played Bob Newhart's receptionist. She was also a frequent presence on game shows, including "Hollywood Squares."
Nick Offerman will guest co-host "The View"
The "Parks and Rec" star will sit on Tuesday's show.
Julianne Hough goes blackface to dress as an "Orange is the New Black" character
Check her out as Crazy Eyes for Halloween.
Report: CNN may create a comedy show to challenge Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert
CNN is eyeing ex-"Nightline" anchor Bill Weir, who recently left ABC for CNN, as the anchor of a comedic take on the news, according to Page Six, which also notes that CNN was interested in hiring Jon Oliver away from "The Daily Show."
Kurt Sutter: "Sons of Anarchy" could go beyond Season 7, but it's unlikely
Ending after Season 7 isn't set in stone, Sutter said at a TV Academy event honoring his show. "I think after seven seasons I don't know if we can maintain the rhythm and the pace that we've done," he said, "and I wouldn’t want to extend it and have it become something that it's not. So my plan is still to finish it out in seven."
"True Blood" promotes Adina Porter
She'll become a series regular after portraying Lettie Mae Thornton since Season 1.
MTV's "The Jon Stewart Show" turns 20
Jon Stewart's first talk show launched in half-hour format on Oct. 25, 1993. The next year, his show was syndicated, replacing Arsenio Hall and expanding to one hour. But in 1995, Stewart was canceled, with David Letterman as his final guest.
Watch Conan O'Brien call a horse race at Santa Anita Park
Conan says of preparing for the race: "I memorized all the colors on the sides of the horses..."
Katie Couric blames her low ratings on working women not watching
"I think women would enjoy watching some of these shows, but because of their schedules, it's very hard to do," she says.
Will Alex O'Loughlin leave "Hawaii Five-0"?
He's signed up for two more seasons, but O'Loughlin says he wants to do other projects "sooner rather than later."
"Treme" star claims racial profiling at Macy's
Rob Brown was arrested, he says, for simply trying to buy his mom a watch.
"2 Broke Girls" brings on Mary Lynn Rajskub and Gilles Marini
Marini will recur as the "master baker," while Rajskub will potentially recur as a pastry chef.
"Grey's Anatomy" bloodies up Meredith Grey for Halloween
Check out "A Night-Mer on Elm Street."