Fantastic news, rose lovers! Though ABC spat upon our hopes and dreams by not renewing Bachelor Pad for a fourth season, the network is about to announce a small peace offering to Bachelor Nation: a bloopers special! Hosted by Chris Harrison, the one-hour special called The Bachelor’s Funniest Moments (airing May 21 at 8 p.m.) will feature goofs, gaffes and general hilarity spanning all 17 seasons of The Bachelor and 8 season of The Bachelorette. As fans know, Bachelor bloopers — usually only seen during the Women Tell All specials — can be extremely illuminating, and often reveal a hidden layer of actual personality underneath the Bachelor’s Ken-doll facade. (I’m looking at you, Brad Womack.) Also, it’s just fun to watch contestants like Tierra almost get decapitated by a boom mic and see Chris Harrison swear a blue streak, as he did in the most recent Bachelor blooper reel. (Click through to watch.) READ FULL STORY »
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In honor of her 30th anniversary this month on Days of Our Lives, EW asked Kristian Alfonso– aka Hope, aka Gina– to single out her favorite moments on the NBC soap over the last three decades. “To be here 30 years later and still be having a blast, to be enjoying what I’m doing… I’m obviously feeling very fulfilled,” she tells EW. “I really love my job.” READ FULL STORY »
Each week, host Jeff Probst answers a few questions about the most recent episode of ‘Survivor: Caramoan — Fans vs. Favorites’.
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: You seemed pretty appalled when Phillip announced he wouldn’t be competing for immunity. At that point, did you secretly hope that karma would come back and bite him in the butt?
JEFF PROBST: First off, some perspective… Any time Phillip says anything, anything at all, I’m interested. When he ups the stakes and declares something important or assigns a Stealth R Us name to another tribe mate, I immediately begin to zone out all other distractions. But when he shares a story of his childhood and it involves something that scarred him for life, I become 100% focused on him and only him. READ FULL STORY »
If you missed the special preview of The Show With Vinny after the MTV Movie Awards last weekend, now’s the chance to get a sample of what Vinny Guadagnino has in store for his new talk show debuting May 2.
The MTV gabfest will originate from his family’s Staten Island home and feature eats from mom Paola and party “favors” from Uncle Nino. The guests aren’t so shabby, either.
Here’s a sneak peek: READ FULL STORY »
'Cougar Town' star Josh Hopkins offers to pay Jennifer Love Hewitt for sex on 'The Client List' -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO
Cougar Town‘s Josh Hopkins is heading on down to Texas, and he’s bringing his oh-so-charming good looks with him.
In an exclusive clip from this coming Sunday’s Client List, Hopkins plays one of Riley’s new clients — one who, in a twist, doles out a massage instead of receiving one. But that doesn’t mean that he’s only a giver. In fact, Hopkins knows exactly what he wants in return for his handiwork. And when he mentions that what he wants is for Riley to meet him at his hotel room later, he makes it clear that he has sexytimes — something she doesn’t sell — on the brain and that he’s willing to reach into his deep pockets to make things happen. Hopkins’ character offers $50,000 for a night with the mother of two (and girlfriend of one), and she doesn’t exactly say no.
Will Riley take her “business” to the next level? Watch the clip below. READ FULL STORY »
You’ve seen the tantalizing photo, now take a look at THAT moment between Tony (Michael Weatherly) and Ziva (Cote de Pablo) in the April 23 episode on NCIS. Where will it lead to?
Where do you want it to lead to? READ FULL STORY »
Steve McGarrett’s past is going to take center stage in Monday’s Hawaii Five-0.
In a series of flashbacks, fans will get to see what happened in the hours leading up to the show’s pilot — specifically learn how McGarrett was indirectly responsible for the death of a fellow SEAL who saved his life.
But if you can’t wait until Monday to see what’s sure to be an emotional hour, check out the exclusive clip
It’s been an intense few weeks on Castle (a crazy two-parter, an emotional Ryan-centric episode), but Monday’s episode is going to be a return to the show’s signature light-hearted fare.
In the episode, airing Monday at 10 p.m. on ABC, Castle (Nathan Fillion) is convinced their suspect-of-the-week is none other than Bigfoot. Meanwhile, Beckett (Stana Katic) thinks he’s nuts.
In the exclusive clip below, the pair set out to hunt for clues in the woods, but things take a turn when they become the hunted. READ FULL STORY »
LARPing hacker Charlie (Felicia Day) is back for her third Supernatural appearance in the April 24 episode, but this time around, instead of Dean and Sam delving into her world, it’s going to be Charlie who’s a little out of her element.
In the episode, Dean (Jensen Ackles) benches Sam (Jared Padalecki) from hunting because he’s still suffering side-effects from the second trial. So when Charlie calls with a case, Dean decides it’s time for her to hone her hunting skills and gives her some lessons in Hunting 101 (complete with cheap pant-suit!). Things take a turn, however, when Dean and Sam begin to suspect that Charlie is hiding a secret that could get her killed.
See Dean and Charlie on the case in the exclusive photo below: READ FULL STORY »
The end of The Office is accelerating toward us faster than, well, something between a snake and a mongoose. To honor it properly, Office star John Krasinski has produced a 10-episode web series that NBC will roll out over the next few weeks.
In the first, which is available below exclusively on EW.com, we sit down for lunch with Will Ferrell, who pays tribute to his time on the show, when he played Deangelo Vickers. (The lunch part wasn’t exactly planned, as you’ll see.)
Upcoming installments will feature interviews with other memorable guest stars, as well as some longtime Dunder Mifflin favorites. Watch below, and for more scoop on the Office series finale, airing May 16 at 9 p.m., click here.
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Shippers may still be reeling over New Girl‘s Cece (Hannah Simone) forsaking Schmidt (Max Greenfield) to walk down the aisle with her Indian beau Shivrang (Satya Bhabha), but the model herself is ready to party in Tuesday night’s episode. In an exclusive preview clip, Simone spills the dirt on the surprise bachelorette party Jess (Zooey Deschanel) throws Cece — not to mention all the phallic decorations, revelations, and staged abductions that follow. Watch it after the jump. READ FULL STORY »
A Jersey Shore star has been rewarded a pretty sweet platform to premiere his new talk show.
A sneak peek of The Show With Vinny, which features host Vinny Guadagnino, his Uncle Nino and a (breakout) appearance by his mom Paola, will air at 11 p.m. this Sunday after the MTV Movie Awards, EW has learned exclusively.
The project, as first announced by EW.com, will eschew the usual talk format by taking celebrities out of the studio and having Guadagnino interview them in his Staten Island home with his mom around to cook — and provide colorful commentary.
Here’s a promo for The Show With Vinny that includes some very special guests from the upcoming movie Pain & Gain: READ FULL STORY »
When it came to this week’s episode of Community, the study group really felt it. Yes, viewers will get to see Jeff Winger (Joel McHale) and his Greendale pals as puppets in an episode that features the gang taking a balloon ride that crashes in the woods, where they happen upon a nice mountain man played by Jason Alexander.
Does the episode contain some Dean Pelton-led group therapy involving hand puppets? It does. Are there songs as well? Several. (Guest-star Sara Bareilles sings one, and Adam Levine co-wrote another.) Are you about to click on the video below to see the gang (as larger puppets) meet the possibly psychic, questionably coiffed mountain man? I think you know the answer to that. READ FULL STORY »
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