Welcome to "How I Met Your Mother," bitch. Peter Gallagher's eyebrows are is heading to the CBS sitcom, TV Guide reports.
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Tonight's episode of "Covert Affairs" (Tuesdays, 10 p.m. ET on USA), titled "Man in the Middle," is a big episode for the USA drama -- not only does i...
LOS ANGELES — With "Step Up Revolution," their second summertime at-bat after "Rock of Ages," producers Adam Shankman and Jennifer Gibgot return...
If you want a fun joyous time in a movie theater, see Step Up Revolution.
It's been a while since I've seen a stinker as obvious as Burlesque. As a colleague and I noted afterward, it made us long for something as coherent and restrained as Showgirls. Or Glitter.
Conviction tells a story about just one family's fight against injustice, but there are many others -- every time an innocent is imprisoned a family pays a steep price.
Alzheimer's blows the mind of our loved ones who have it...and of everyone trying to care for them, old and young alike. In this way, Alzheimer's really spares no one, and so it's time we stop thinking of it as an "old person's disease."
In converting to Catholicism, you are really just switching over your "files" (ideas/customs/most profound expressions of faith) to your "Mac" (Catholic) "hard drive" (brain/immortal soul).
When last we saw him, Hank Moody was bidding goodbye to Karen, as she decamped to the East Coast. And bidding goodbye to the plot line that propels most of the action in Californication.
A conversation with director Max Mayer on his debut movie Adam.
Gossip Girl: The New O.C.
Serena, meet Marissa! See what the New Yorkers have in common with their West Coast peers.
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