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Katy Perry Pays A Visit To “Sesame Street”


What’s going down on “Sesame Street”? Katy Perry has come to play, but Elmo is feeling a tad moody. What’s a gal to do? Sing a kid-friendly version of her hit song “Hot N Cold,” of course! When you’re done singing along, check out these other awesome female “Sesame Street” guest stars. [The Daily Wh.at] Keep reading »

Fall TV Guide: The Mega-est New Show Night Of The Year

If the fall television season is a war, then tonight is D-Day. This week is when the four major networks begin their new lineups, and as such, there are a whopping five new series premiering tonight. Further complicating the DVR selections is the fact that four of them look very good. (Sorry, “Mike & Molly,” but nothing sounds less exciting to me than a sitcom about an overweight police officer and his wife.) So which should you be watching? A handy guide after the jump. Keep reading »

JWoww Stripping Down For Playboy

What’s the easiest way to get Jenni “JWoww” Farley out of her Filthy Couture? Offer her a deal to strip down for Playboy. The “Jersey Shore” star tells us that the ink is almost dry on the contract. “The final offer is standing,” she says. “Hopefully, it will go through.”

At the same time, JWoww is apparently fighting off offers for new TV shows from networks besides MTV. Keep reading »

Fall TV Guide: Taking A Stroll Down “Boardwalk Empire”


Sunday night is when the A-game television shows come out to play. And just as we bid adieu to “True Blood,” HBO trotted out its biggest gun ever—”Boardwalk Empire,” a Martin Scorsese-directed series about Atlantic City in the 1920s just as Prohibition has gone into effect. The show is one of the most expensive ever made—the pilot cost $50 million and required the building of a replica Atlantic City boardwalk in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. And so we all wondered if the series would be evocative of a specific era, à la its Sunday night TV neighbor “Mad Men.” Or if it would be more like “Treme”—interesting, but I only tuned in once.

After watching last night, my verdict is … Keep reading »

An Ode To Candice Bergen

Back in the day, I adored “Murphy Brown,” the sitcom that starred Candice Bergen as an investigative journalist and newscaster at “FYI,” returning to work at the show after a stay at the Betty Ford Clinic. Murphy was like Mary Tyler Moore with more attitude, a tough, wise-cracker who always got herself into hijinx — not to mention kicked out of the White House every year. Through “Murphy Brown”‘s 10-year run, I came to love Candice. So I was happy to hear that she has a new role on TV—playing Cuddy’s mother on “House.” Here’s hoping that the role will be meaty and could net Candice her sixth Emmy. [EW]

After the jump, some of our favorite Candice Bergen moments. Keep reading »

Joe Manganiello Was Born To Play A Werewolf

“I sniff you a lot. And I growl a lot when you ask me to do things, like clean up.”

Joe Manganiello of “True Blood” jokes with his girlfriend, model Audra Marie, about why he was the perfect person to play werewolf Alcide. Her response after the jump … Keep reading »

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