It's time for another Double Elimination "X Factor"!
And this week? One Direction performs.
Follow along from home...
It's time for another Double Elimination "X Factor"!
And this week? One Direction performs.
Follow along from home...
Fox moving "Glee" to Tuesdays, "Mindy Project" going on hiatus
Greg Kinnear's" "Rake" will take over "Glee's" Thursday timeslot in the spring. On Tuesdays, "Glee" will be followed by "New Girl" and "Brooklyn Nine-Nine." When the Andy Samberg comedy finishes its season, "The Mindy Project" will return on April 1. E! reports that Fox is still behind the Mindy Kaling sitcom. PLUS: "The Following" will get an NFC Championship game boost on Jan. 27.
Miley Cyrus will take over MTV on Saturday, her 21st birthday
MTV will devote much of Saturday to Miley, starting with "21 Candles: Miley’s MTV Moments."
Aaron Paul and "Big Love" girlfriend Amanda Seyfried will reunite on the big screen
The former "Breaking Bad" star has joined the new film "Fathers and Daughters."
On "Bering Sea Gold: Under the Ice" (Fri. at 10:00 p.m. on the Discovery Channel), Zeke Tenhoff is often too busy dealing with life or death issues to chat much. Even when his ex-girlfriend Emily Riedel wants to complain about her bad day, he usually has to tell her he's trying to fix something or stop the dredge from falling apart so she needs to zip it for a while. Guess what? Zeke's a lot of fun when he's not dealing with important issues that may make or break his ability to make a living or, you know, survive.
Vince Vaughn is at a crossroads, and beyond whatever value it has as a piece of entertainment, "Delivery Man" is a fascinating snapshot of a star in flux, struggling to maintain a comic persona that he's outgrown. It's a perfect collision of actor and material, but maybe not for the most apparent reason.
David Wozniak is a train crash of a person and, in fine Hollywood fashion, he's somehow managed to remain a complete train crash well into his 40s. That's mainly because he works for his father as part of the family business, a butcher's shop, and they seem willing to cut him a fair amount of slack.
At some point, you age out of playing these roles or the films start to feel somewhat pathetic, and I think Vince Vaughn has just reached that particular moment. If David is a 30 year old character, this is a turning point. If he's a 40 year old character, this is a last chance. Desperation changes as characters age, and so the stakes in "Delivery Man" are fairly high for David. He's got a regular girlfriend who he's ended up disappointing and hurting so many times that things are imploding as the film opens, and Emma (Cobie Smulders) is ready to move on. Or she is until she learns that she's pregnant, suddenly making things between her and David more urgent. He's either got to snap into focus as a person, or she has to move on and build a safe life for her child.
"Breaking the Faith" (premiering Sun. Nov. 24 at 10:00 p.m. on TLC) isn't just about a group of young people trying to start new lives -- it's about how (and if) they do that after escaping the controversial Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, a cult run by convicted felon Warren Jeffs. Jeffs is serving a life sentence for child sexual assault (he's said to have 78 wives, 24 of whom were underage when he married them), but he's reportedly still the president of the organization. In this exclusive clip, watch what happens one day before "extraction," which aptly describes what it takes to get people out of this cult.
"Game of Thrones" actor David Bradley joins FX's "The Strain"
The "Harry Potter" actor who's also famous for playing Walder Frey on "Game of Thrones" will replace John Hurt on the Guillermo del Toro series. He'll play Professor Abraham Setrakian, a Holocaust survivor who runs a pawn shop.
"Boston's Finest" cop commits suicide
Boston Police officer Pat Rogers appeared in Seasons 1 and 2 of the TNT reality show from producer Donnie Wahlberg. Rogers died hours before TNT's premiere event on Tuesday, which was canceled.
Ron Perlman: "I was ready for this"
The "Sons of Anarchy" star talks about this week's episode.
"The Simpsons" characters transform into musical instruments
Watch nexdt week's 1930s "MusicVille" couch gag, an homage to the Disney cartoon "Music Land."
Japanese TV to seek a Guinness World Record by airing 234 "NCIS" episodes back to back
The Fox Japan channel's 10-day marathon, promoting Season 11, aims to capture the record for the longest uninterrupted transmission of a TV series.
"The Talk" will make a cameo on "Beauty and the Beast"
An episode will open with Vincent on the CBS daytime talk show.
Russia is getting the History channel;
Russian viewers will soon be able to watch shows like "Ice Road Truckers" and "Pawn Stars."
"Two and a Half Men" books Odette Annable
She'll romance Ashton Kutcher on the Jan. 2 episode.
One of the things that was important for "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" was the casting of the new supporting players, and in particular, the tributes would would be returning to battle in the Quarter Quell.
Sam Claflin has been in several fairly big movies over the last few years, including a starring role in "Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides." That was a thankless role, and it didn't help that the film was such a nightmare of tonal misfires. It was certainly no showcase for a younger actor trying to make an initial impression on an audience. Jena Malone, on the other hand, has been a hard-working actor for years now, and despite still being fairly young, there is a sort of battle-hardened quality to her in real life. Malone strikes me as someone who has seen a lot and who has fought to define how she wants to work in this industry, refusing to let anyone else define her. I've interviewed her before, and on the "Sucker Punch" set, we got to speak at length about her career and her goals as a performer.
Demi Lovato’s new video for “Neon Lights” plays out like a Samsung commercial that flashes back to the ‘80s. Between the neon bracelets and neon lipstick all enhanced by black light, all that’s missing to complete the set is a Swatch.
There’s not much to the clip: The “X Factor” judge dancing in the club in her ‘80s wear straight ouf of Ltd Express, poses of her in the water apropos of nothing, and beautiful bodies in provocative poses. Add in the Samsung product placement and it’s a wrap.
The song, from her current album, "Demi," is a bit of a cross between Rihanna’s “Diamonds” and Katy Perry’s “Fireworks” and Taio Cruz’s “Dynamite, and feels inferior to all three.
Lovato is talented and capable of really nice music, but this does nothing to prove that. It is, however, an excellent set up for her "Neon Lights" tour, which kicks off in February. The outing also features Cher Lloyd, and "X Factor" alums Little Mix and Fifth Harmony.
Bravo is delving into Facebook chatter to boost "Real Housewives" rerun ratings
A new Facebook feature lets companies scan private posts of Facebook users for keywords that Bravo can use to promote repeats in other social media.
"Hawaii Five-0" promotes Chi McBride
he'll become a series regular after debuting in this season's premiere.
"Crazy Eyes" comments on Julianne Hough's blackface for the 1st time
"Orange Is the New Black" star Uzo Aduba says: "I think maybe it was an unfortunate event, but she apologized and I feel like we can all move on."
"South Park" remakes the "Game of Thrones" theme
Watch "A Chorus of Weiners."
"Revolution's" fall finale ties its lowest ratings
The good news: "Revolution's" ratings aren't too bad.
MTV cancels "Nikki & Sara Live"
Nikki Glaser and Sara Schaefer say MTV isn't picking up their talk show for a 3rd season.
TV Guide Network to air "The Bold & the Beautiful" reruns
Reruns will air the day after original broadcast.
Lifetime announces pageant coach reality show "Kim of Queens"
Pageant expert Kim Gravel will transform "diamonds in the rough" into confident young women, starting in January.
"Banshee" Season 2 trailer, poster unveiled
The Cinemax series returns Jan. 10.
Arcade Fire’s new video for “Afterlife” couldn’t be more different than the clip for “Reflektor’s” title track.
Instead of showcasing the band in oversized masks and white suits, the Emily Kai Bock-directed video plays out like an indie film about the life of a Hispanic family trying to get through life day-to-day.
The clip, which does not feature the band, starts with a long Spanish-spoken intro with a man, presumably a single dad, having dinner for his two sons after a day spent selling flowers by the roadside—a very familiar sight in Los Angeles, by the way.
They then all have their dreams, seemingly all about the same women: the father’s love of his life, who is the mother of his two children. She’s absent from their lives now for unexplained reasons, but weighs heavily in their thoughts. It’s sweet and poignant and beautifully shot, especially the black and white portions from the father’s dream. But the nightmare of the little boy being put in the washer almost sent me over the edge.
Better yet about the video: you don’t have to dress in a costume or formal wear to watch it. As you heard, Arcade Fire’s request that fans wear “formal attire or costume” to their arena shows was met with a bit of a backlash from fans who thought paying for a ticket should be all required for their entry.
Yesterday, Arcade Fire took to its Facebook page to tell everyone to calm down a little bit; they were just trying to liven up the festivities:
“To everyone really upset about us asking people to dress up at our shows… please relax. It's super not mandatory. It just makes for a more fun carnival when we are all in it together. So far these have been the best shows we have ever played.
See you soon.
Women complain all the time about how their husbands and boyfriends forget to put down the toilet seat. Now, they might finally have a really strong argument to get their menfolk to change. In this exclusive clip from "Untold Stories of the ER" (airing Fri. Nov. 22 at 10:00 p.m. on Discovery Fit & Health), a woman is stuck on the john for 18 hours before paramedics are called. Eighteen. Hours. And why did this happen? Yup, her husband didn't put down the toilet seat.
Hugh Jackman to host TNT's annual "Christmas in Washington" special
Performers this year include The Backstreet Boys, Sheryl Crow and Anna Kendrick.
Jon Stewart ends his feud over Chicago deep dish pizza
But not before declaring New York City pizza as magic, with the help of Matthew Broderick and other celebs.
"Criminal Minds" and "CSI" each hit a season high
CBS dominated Wednesday night with "Survivor" topping "The X Factor."
Is Kate McKinnon "the new Kristen Wiig" of "SNL"?
McKinnon, who joined "Saturday Night Live" for the final five episodes of Wiig and Andy Samberg's tenure in spring 2012, responds to "the new Kristen Wiig" talk: "I think what has emerged is that all of the women are so strong that there doesn’t seem to be one female face of the show. I'm so happy to be a part of this generation, because that’s an exciting development."
"Revolution" surprise, explained
Did "24" have anything to do with last night's development?
Alec Baldwin jokes he's in love with a man
The MSNBC star is trying to ease the backlash over his homophobic slur.
Letterman snuggles under a blanket with Jennifer Lawrence
"Let me get in there," says Dave.
"Survivor" contestant votes her mom off the island
Ciera Eastin weeped as the votes were read, even though her mom appeared to take the strategic decision in stride.
Ron Burgundy sings on Conan for "dear friend" Rob Ford
"He is the best."
"The Hills" star Whitney Port is engaged
She's the latest "Hills" alum to get engaged, joining Lauren Conrad, who got engaged last month.