If you were a fan of LOST then a void will be filled with this new show. LOST was a show you "invested" in watching, you had to keep up and follow the lives of the characters both before the plane crash and afterwards. This new television show by Steven Spielberg seems to have the same feeling.
Okay here's the he said, she said part of the story. Actor Alec Baldwin was on the phone as the plane he's riding on, is about to depart the gate. The flight attendant asked him to power off his phone he was playing the game words on. The flight attendant says he refused to turn it off because they weren't in the air yet. Read on to get Actor Alec's side of the story.
I, along with many of you, grew up watching M*A*S*H on television. I was in high school before I began watching it because I didn't realize it was a comedy as much as anything, just thought it was a war show. I loved it and still do. Harry Morgan wasn't the first Colonel on the show to try to keep Hawkeye-Pierce and Hunnicutt in line but he made the part his own.
You might not have known about a new television show that debuted last night but 3.2 million other did; that's how many people tuned in for last nights show. It airs on the FX network and it's not for the faint of heart. It is not a show for children there is nudity, language, sexual content and it's wickedly scary.
Andy Rooney doesn't mince words. He tells it like it is and as of Sunday he will step down from his weekly appearances on "60 Minutes". This is a show he has been a part of since 1978. He is 92 years old.
Simon Cowell and his sharp tongue are back! On ‘The Tonight Show With Jay Leno,’ Cowell offered unfailingly honest opinions of his fellow judges on ‘The X Factor,’ which is set to premiere tonight.
Tonight is the beginning of season 13 of Dancing With The Stars (DWTS) on ABC. There are movie stars, soccer stars, courtroom stars, and even World Peace. So who will win this years competition? As we've seen before, you just never know. The best dancers aren't always the ones left standing at the end.
‘Jersey Shore’ doesn’t just rot brains — it drains tax coffers, too.
MTV’s hit reality show, which depicts the exploits of a group of raisin-tanned 20-somethings as they live and party along the New Jersey coastline, has just had $420,000 of its 2009 production costs covered by the state’s Economic Development Authority.
If you've ever watched the cable television show 'Spartacus' you know the men are fabulously built and strong fighters. Actor Andy Whitfield has lost his battle with cancer. Diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma just 18 months ago he passed away with friends and family nearby.
For over 20 years John Walsh's show "America's Most Wanted" ran on the FOX network and bringing over 1000 criminals to justice. A few weeks ago the show was canceled. John Walsh will be back though, just announcing a deal to return to television on the Lifetime Network.