Exclusive First Look: Big Bang's Bernadette Finds the Perfect Wedding Dress!
Big Bang Theory‘s Bernadette is going to the chapel and she’s gonna get married — but will she make the most of her big day by finding the perfect wedding gown?
This week’s episode of the hit CBS sitcom (airing Thursdays at 8/7c) finds the future Mrs. Wolowitz searching for her dream dress, and TVLine has an exclusive sneak peek at what appears to be the “The One.” READ MORE & SEE PHOTO
TVLine Items: Kaley Cuoco Is the People's Choice, Beverly Hills Cop Series In the Works and More!
Just call her the hostess with the mostess.
CBS has announced that Big Bang Theory‘s Kaley Cuoco — who had a successful stint as Teen Choice Awards’ emcee last August — will host the 2012 People’s Choice Awards on Jan. 11. READ MORE
Matt's Inside Line: Scoop on Criminal Minds, Body of Proof, Ringer, Sons of Anarchy, More
What is Uncle Sam’s beef with the BAU? What’s cooking on Body of Proof? How will Sons of Anarchy make way for a SAMCRO member’s abrupt exit? Read on for those answers, plus other teases from TV’s hottest shows. READ MORE
Teen Choice Awards: Three Best Moments, Worst Speech, and Full TV Winners List
The Teen Choice Awards is one of those kudos-fests where it really doesn’t matter who wins or loses, and I guess that’s why it seemed strange that Sunday night’s two-hour telecast spent more time focusing on handing out trophies (it seemed like pretty much every hot celebrity under the age of 35, as well as Ellen DeGeneres, got one) and less on musical performances and comedy sketches. Still, the lack of compelling happenings makes it all that much easier to narrow down a list of the evening’s highs and lows. So let’s get to the ceremony that finally gave Linda Hunt a surf board with which to bookend her Oscar (I didn’t make that up, really): …READ MORE
Comic-Con Outtakes: Lucy Lawless, Zach Levi, Joel McHale, Nathan Fillion, Kaley Cuoco & More
You know how the best thing about the end of any TV season is the release of all the shows’ blooper reels? Turns out, that’s also the best thing about the end of Comic-Con. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Big Bang Theory Cast on Emmy Rivalries, Wedding Drama and Sex For Sheldon
The cast of Big Bang Theory is so close-knit that even a professional pot-stirrer like me can’t tear them apart. But dammit if I didn’t give it the old college try when the hit sitcom’s ensemble — including Johnny Galecki, Jim Parsons, Kaley Cuoco, Simon Helberg, Kunal Nayyar and Melissa Rauch — dropped by TVLine’s interview suite at Comic-Con over the weekend. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Teen Choice Awards Choose Kaley Cuoco to Host, Reveal 'Best Vampire' Nominees
The Big Bang Theory‘s Kaley Cuoco has been chosen to host the Teen Choice 2011 awards ceremony, to be broadcast Aug. 7 on Fox.
The show also announced that Selena Gomez and OneRepublic (which, my square self has been informed, is not the clothing chain) have been added to the slate of musical guests.
And in its final bit of housekeeping, Teen Choice 2011 revealed the contenders for “Choice Vampire.” And they are… READ MORE
Big Bang Theory Scoop! Things Get 'Messy' for Leonard and Penny, Plus More Nerdy Fun
When last we geeked out with CBS’ The Big Bang Theory, Leonard watched Penny do the Walk of Shame — away from his own bedroom, in fact, where she had comically (and very drunkenly) slept with Raj.
Though that unlikely coupling isn’t by any means a keeper, things will nonetheless be quite complicated for Leonard and Penny when Season 5 arrives this fall — and TVLine has the scoop on what’s to come. READ MORE
Rob Lowe Cast as Suspected Wife-Killer Drew Peterson: Too Pretty To Play Ugly?
Lifetime has tapped Rob Lowe (Parks and Recreation) to star as Drew Peterson in an original movie about onetime Chicago-area police sergeant who in May 2009 was charged with the murder of his third wife, Kathleen Savio, after authorities investigated the disappearance of his fourth wife, Stacy.
Kaley Cuoco (The Big Bang Theory) will play … READ MORE
Emmys 2011: A Look at the Lead Comedy Actress Race — Including Our Dream Nominees
When it comes to the Emmy Awards, there’s no counting out 30 Rock’s Tina Fey. Ever. In 50 years, she’ll be Betty White. But this year’s Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series competition may be all about Showtime and its three show-stopping leading ladies. Will the Academy prescribe a consecutive win for Nurse Jackie’s Edie Falco, or will Toni Collette grab a second statue to go with Tara’s multiple personalities? Or could they and The Big C’s Laura Linney split the pay cable vote, leaving an opening for someone new, like Raising Hope’s Martha Plimpton? REVIEW CONTENDERS & VOTE