Usually, birth announcements go out after a baby’s born, but in this case, we can tell you that Booth and Brennan’s baby girl will definitely be born on Monday night., as “Bones” moves to a new night and time. The newest addition to the Jeffersonian crew’s extended family — no doubt inspired by Emily Deschanel’s real-life pregnancy — will certainly shake things up a bit, as her parents try to balance raising a new baby with their crime-solving activities. When we spoke to David Boreanaz, he told us the baby will definitely affect the dynamic between the “Bones” characters in new and interesting ways.
Thanks to her constant presence on reality TV shows over the past several years, Bethenny Frankel has become a very successful woman. The former “Real Housewives of New York” star now has her own show, “Bethenny Ever After,” and made a fat sum of money selling her Skinnygirl line of cocktails. She’s also become a very recognizable woman, and she admitted to us that she kind of misses her anonymity — and privacy,
Her series, “Bethenny Ever After,” airs Monday nights on Bravo
Josh Dallas plays Prince Charming/David Nolan in the ABC fantasy hit, Once Upon a Time. Of course, Dallas is a handsome, good natured person off the set, but when he goes on set and gets into his Prince Charming costume, it helps him get into character.
You don’t see Stevie Nicks on television much. Aside from the occasional performance, talk show appearance, or documentary interview, the singer’s TV sightings have been few and far between. As far as we can tell from her IMDb profile, she’s never acted on a network show. But all that will change next week, as she makes an appearance playing herself on the NBC comedy “Up All Night.”
She agreed to do the show because she’s a fan of its stars, Christina Applegate and Maya Rudolph. And when she walked onto the set and met them for the first time, Nicks — who has a flair for the mystical — told us she felt a very strong connection to them, as if she’d known them for a very long time.
Kiefer Sutherland returns to television tonight with the official world premiere of “Touch,” a new series that explores the seemingly random connections between this planet’s 7 billion inhabitants.
Sutherland stars as Martin Bohm, a man who lost his wife in the 9/11 attacks and has been raising their son Jake (David Mazouz) alone. It hasn’t been easy, though — Jake hasn’t uttered a single word in his entire life and won’t let anybody touch him.
But what he’s just starting to realize is that his son has the unusual ability to see patterns that aren’t just coincidences — they have global implications.
Fox All Access host Chris Leary went to the set of “Touch” and spoke with Sutherland about the show and the unique way in which it’s being rolled out to an international audience to encourage fans worldwide to talk… to “touch.”
“Touch” premiere tonight at 9/8c on Fox, following “American Idol.”
The American Idol Top 10 contestants share a lot in common with Katniss, Peeta, and the rest of The Hunger Games competitors. They’re mentored, styled, and put through a massive boot camp training process, and of course there are the fans – whose support is vital to the contestants’ survival each week. While there’s no killing involved (thank goodness!), each contestant does have a different “weapon” they bring to the competition. So, in the spirit of The Hunger Games we asked the Top 10 to describe “their” weapon of choice – that thing that makes them stand out from the rest. Enjoy our American Idol interview: The Hunger Games Edition.
If you could sponsor one contestant and help them make it to the end – who would you choose? Let us know! Then tune in to American Idol Thursday night and find out who makes it through another week. It all goes down at 8/7c on FOX.
Kiefer Sutherland stars in the new series “Touch,” which premieres tomorrow night on Fox. He plays the father of an 11-year-old child who’s never spoken, but whose mind is able to identify invisible threads in the universe that tie people together. The child is played by David Mazouz, who does a phenomenal job of conveying information and emotion on the show without being able to say a word.
He spoke to us, though, and told us that when he found out he might be working with Sutherland, he was determined to become more familiar with his future co-star.
These days, Jonah Hill is best known as one of Hollywood’s most talented young actors, picking up an Oscar nomination for his supporting role in “Moneyball.” But he’s also one of Hollywood’s most talented young writers, too. He’s pulling double duty on the current box office champion, “21 Jump Street” — not only does he star in the comedy, he helped write the movie as well.
When we spoke to Hill, he explained that he started off as a writer, and he didn’t develop an interest in acting until he went to college.
Stan Lee is a true legend in pop culture. In the last five decades, he created iconic comic book characters Spider-Man, the Hulk, the X-Men, the Fantastic Four, Iron Man, Thor and The Avengers, among them, all of which were made into movies.
Lee, who also executive produces these films, also makes great cameos in the films. We spoke to Lee today, and he told us that he can’t wait for audiences to check out his cameo in the upcoming film, The Avengers (in theaters May 4th). He will also be seen in the new Spider-Man movie, The Amazing Spider-Man (in theaters July 3rd).
Check out some of Stan Lee’s cameos in previous Marvel films.
There are different methods of measuring a TV show’s success. While the media is usually obsessed with ratings numbers, a show’s impact can be tracked in other ways, too. Fox’s second-year comedy “Raising Hope,” with its quirky characters, outrageous humor, and heart, has been gradually cultivating an extremely devoted fan base. And those fans haven’t been shy about letting two of the show’s stars, Martha Plimpton and Garret Dillahunt, know how they feel about the show.
“Raising Hope” airs Tuesday nights at 8/7c on Fox.