Hayden Panettiere and Connie Britton
Nashville creator and executive producer Callie Khouri wants people to know that you don't have to love (or even like) country music to enjoy her new show — but you might fall in love with the show's original tunes anyway.
"It's far from a show just about country music," Khouri, who won a screenplay Oscar for writing Thelma and Louise, tells TVGuide.com. "It has characters that are real, they're layered, they're complicated, they're terrible, they're fantastic, they're all the things that people are."
Michael Madsen, best known for appearing in Quentin Tarantino films Reservoir Dogs and Kill Bill: Vol. I and II, was arrested Friday for child endangerment, People reports.
Madsen, 54, was booked at a Los Angeles County Sheriff's station following a fight with his teenage son. He was charged with a...
Connie Britton won't be off your TV screen for very long. She has just landed the lead in ABC's Nashville pilot.
The family soap takes place among the Nashville music scene. Britton plays...
Heroes alum Hayden Panettiere has landed one of the leading roles in ABC's Nashville pilot, TVGuide.com has confirmed. Deadline first reported the news.
ABC has picked up two one-hour drama pilots, Americana and Nashville.
Americana is a soap set around a legendary fashion designer, his family and his business...
Susan Sarandon will guest-star in an upcoming episode of 30 Rock, Vulture reports.
Details on the Oscar-winning actress' role are...
Telephone - Lady Gaga
After months of anticipation, Lady Gaga and Beyonce have finally released their full-length video for "Telephone" — all nine minutes and thirty seconds of penises, prison lesbians, and murder. Hide the kids!
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The video begins with Gaga's wry commentary on speculation that she's a hermaphrodite. Two female cops rip her clothes off, throw her down on a prison cell cot and ...
The fall 2006 TV season seems just around the corner, as nets OK more pilots. Getting the green light in recent days: Hollis and Rae, an ABC drama about two female best friends, a cop and a prosecutor, from Steven Bochco and Thelma & Louise screenwriter Callie Khouri; an as-yet-untitled Fox sitcom about the current state of male-female relationships, from Sledge Hammer! creator Alan Spencer; and two FX dramas — Low Life, starring Brit comedian Eddie Izzard as the father of a clan of con artists, and Dirt, a damning look at the world of tabloid journalism executive-produced by Courteney Cox and David Arquette.