Another sign of the separation between the long-running ABC series' stars emerges.
The actress and producing partner Jessica Rhoades, through their Blondie Girl production shingle, are working on scripted and unscripted digital series.
You're crazy about Mad Men. You're a natural with trivia games. You're obsessed with Facebook. Now it's time to combine all three qualities. Last year, AMCtv.com launched the Mad Men Ultimate Fan Game, which tests your recall on the series over five seasons. But did you know that if you sign in using your Facebook profile, you'll earn points that go toward special badges that you can post on your wall? You think you know more about the series than your friends? Challenge them. You could win cool a badge with a three-olive martini. Hey, what are you waiting for?
Lots of TV series are wrapping up their seasons in the next few weeks, and we've got peeks at a lot of the episodes. There are more than a few weddings (like on The Big Bang Theory and Mike & Molly), some intense-looking shots you know are leading to cliffhangers (hello, Once Upon a Time and The Vampire Diaries), and several truly out there costumes (looking at you, Community). Click through to see the wide variety of season finale photos.View Slideshow ?
The Fugitives: Schemes go off without a hitch, which can only mean the final reveal will be something truly horrifying. And oh, it is.
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"Smash" has given us so much: Wonderful songs, terribly uneven storylines and scarves. So many scarves.
As noted almost weekly in Christopher Rosen's "Smash" eyeroll recaps, the show is a treasure trove of hilariously bad tropes, but we can always count on the neckwear to be consistent. Are they keeping their vocal chords warm for singing? Is that a thing? Or is it just a fashion statement being strangled to death on screen? From the everyday scarves to the performance neck warmers, almost every character on the series -- extras included -- has worn a scarf at some point.
The curtain is closing on "Smash" Season 1 (it'll be back, with an abundance of new accessories we're sure, for a second season), but before the finale, relive the season and all its gloriously frustrating scarves below.
Please note: These are just the publicity stills NBC released, there have been many more scarves on the series.
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When Joe Biden told David Gregory that he was comfortable with same sex marriage and that he felt "Will & Grace" had done a lot to educate people, it set off a media firestorm that, apparently, only Stephen Colbert has the hose to put out.
"The Report" host took matters into his own hands on Monday, fighting fire with fire by introducing a straight sitcom he wrote himself called, "Pussy Hound" (one character has a cat, one has a dog, hence the name). In an effort to battle the mainstream acceptance of "humorsexuals," Colbert's "Pussy Hound" follows straight guys doing straight guy things, like prowling for ladies and high-fiving.
And to help him workshop the pilot script, Colbert persuaded former "Will & Grace" star Eric McCormack to join him in a reading.
Check out the clip above and let us know if you think "Pussy Hound" has a chance at being greenlit.
We've seen some ridiculousness on "Toddlers & Tiaras," but this week's episode (Wed., May 9, 10 p.m. ET on TLC) is a shocking reminder of just how much people invest -- monetarily, as well as emotionally -- in these pageants.
Alycesaundra and Giavanna are 4-year-old twins from Johnsonville, South Carolina, who've dubbed themselves the "Tiara Twins" ... probably because that's catchier than the "We've Spent Half A Million Dollars On Pageant Twins."
Yes, in this exclusive sneak peek, their mom Kelly admits that she's spent $500,000 or more on pageants for her girls, which includes $8,000 dresses, bodyguards and a custom-made, "totally awesome" tour bus made just for the girls with their faces emblazoned on the sides -- a Christmas present from their dad, Ron.
"Do you know any other kid that has an $8,000 dress?," Kelly asks. "My kid has an $8,000 dress. So for me to expect her to give her best, I don't think is asking too much. Four years old is not too soon to learn that ... We do have an entourage that travels with us -- the girls have their own personal bodyguards. Their job is to keep 'em safe because they are little mini celebrities in the pageant world."
And for the ?Me and My Pet Pageant,? their entourage also includes their exotic pets: Tom the turkey and Butterball the sheep. (Seriously -- this bus gets worse by the second.)
Don't believe it? Watch and see, then tell us if you'd spend that much money on your four-year-old kids to compete in pageants.
"Toddlers & Tiaras" airs Wednesdays, 10 p.m. ET on TLC.