In an August 1 interview with the New York Post, Eric Stonestreet, who plays Cam, commented on the notion of a gay wedding: "There is no doubt that is going to happen.
THE SIMPSONS CASTING COUCH MUST LOOK LIKE A WHO’S WHO OF THE HOLLYWOOD ELITE.
Even though the show is well beyond its best after 21 years and nearly 500 episodes it never loses its appeal to the movers and shakers of Hollywood, who flock to guest star in an episode, in what has become…
AFTER BEING ON AIR FOR A LITTLE UNDER TWO WEEKS, ABC HAS PROCLAIMED THE NEW PUBLIC 24-HOUR NEWS BROADCAST CHANNEL TO HAVE BEEN A RATINGS SUCCESS.
On Sunday, the channel’s first day of ratings measurement, the channel garnered 0.6 percent of the total audience, which beat its sister channels ABC2 (on 0.5 percent) and ABC3 (on 0.3 percent).
FOLLOWING THE SUCCESS OF THE TELEMOVIES "TELL THEM LUCIFER WAS HERE" AND "INFILTRATION", THE NINE NETWORK IS ATTEMPTING TO MAINTAIN THE MOMENTUM OF THE UNDERBELLY FRANCHISE, WITH A FINAL INSTALMENT TO BE CALLED "THE MAN WHO GOT AWAY".
This edition tells the story of Melbournian David McMillan, born with a silver spoon in his mouth, but who still turned to a life of crime and corruption.
NINE HAS SNAPPED UP EX-CRICKETER SHANE WARNE TO HEAD A NEW VARIETY PROGRAM FOR ITS SUMMER SEASON.
To begin broadcasting in tandem with the 2010-11 Ashes tournament played in venues throughout Australia, The Herald Sun reports that the program is expected to have a minor cricket focus, but be broader in scope than a mere sports review.
30 ROCK WILL FOLLOW IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF SOME OF THE BEST DRAMAS AND SITCOMS OF RECENT TIMES, WITH THE PRODUCERS ANNOUNCING ON SATURDAY THAT THEY ARE PREPARING TO UP THE ANTE WITH A LIVE SHOW FORMING PART OF THE FIFTH SEASON.
However, it is not as straightforward as it may sound. The cast will perform the live episode twice, for both the East and West coasts of the US.
THE GAY & LESBIAN ALLIANCE AGAINST DEFAMATION (GLAAD) ORGANISATION HAS PUBLISHED ITS ANNUAL REPORT ABOUT THE PRODUCTION CONTENT OF THE MAJOR AMERICAN BROADCASTERS, AND THIS YEAR, CBS (WHICH OWNS TV.COM) HAS FALLEN FOUL OF THE COMMITTEE.
Following GLAAD's review, it was found that of the 126 regular characters on CBS, there was only one gay character in the form of Brad (Orlando Jones) on Rules of Engagement. As a result, the network earned a "fail" rating…
AFTER COMPLETING ONLY ONE SEASON ON THE JUDGING PANEL OF FOX'S AMERICAN IDOL, ELLEN DEGENERES HAS ANNOUNCED THAT SHE WILL BE LEAVING THE PROGRAM.
Ellen was brought onto the talent show to build her profile in the role, prior to Simon Cowell's departure -- also at the end of the season to develop the American version of The X Factor.
WHILING AWAY YOUR LAST FEW HOURS AT WORK? THESE VIDEOS SHOULD HELP MAKE TIME FLY EXTRA FAST!
The best of this week's web to help the afternoon glide smoothly by.
ON THE BACK OF ITS EXCLUSIVE DEAL WITH 20TH CENTURY FOX, FOXTEL HAS ANNOUNCED THE FIRST-TIME BROADCASTING OF A SLEW OF DRAMAS AND COMEDIES, FRESH FROM THEIR RUNS IN THE STATES.
The Gates, The Glades, Ride-Along, Neighbors from Hell and Louie are to make their first appearances on Australian television, going to air from the end of 2010.
THIS COULD BE THE DOWNFALL OF ENTOURAGE AS WE KNOW IT. OR THE BEST PIECE OF CAR CRASH TELEVISION EVER.
Jessica Simpson will make a cameo appearance in the season seven episode Bottoms Up.
WHILE REX LEE AND ADRIAN GRENIER HAVE BEEN SPENDING TIME IN AUSTRALIA PROMOTING VARIOUS PROJECTS, IT WOULD SEEM THAT THE ENTHUSIASM AND AUDIENCE MOMENTUM AROUND ENTOURAGE IS GOING FROM STRENGTH TO STRENGTH!
Speaking with E!Online, executive producer Mark Wahlberg gave the strongest suggestions yet that the series will follow in the footsteps of other successful television dramas and make a foray onto the big screen.
AFTER A WEAK START TO THE SECOND SEASON, NINE HAS RENEWED RESCUE: SPECIAL OPS FOR A THIRD SEASON.
The series had picked up more viewers as it progressed, but had still been battered by the MasterChef Australia behemoth.