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Ashton Kutcher Discusses Romance on 'GMA' (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Feb 1st 2010 3:20PM
Ashton Kutcher appeared on 'Good Morning America' (weekdays, 7AM ET on ABC) to promote his upcoming romantic comedy 'Valentine's Day,' and discussed what romance means to him personally.

"Romance, to me, is just about effort," Kutcher said. "You just have to try to say the things that you're a little bit afraid to say ... that's romance to me."

Watch the video after the jump.

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Jon Hamm to Host 'SNL' -- Again

by Scott Harris, posted Jan 22nd 2010 10:45AM
If you've been feeling a little peckish on the can recently, then you're in luck, because NBC is about to provide America with a fresh shipment of John Ham.

Yes, according to Entertainment Weekly the network has officially announced that 'Mad Men''s Jon Hamm will be hosting 'Saturday Night Live' next week. The January 30 episode will mark a return engagement for Hamm, who drew rave reviews for his hosting duties back in 2008, meaning it was only a matter of when, not if, he would return.

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TV Casting: Steve Harvey to Host 'Family Feud'; Ashton Kutcher Books 'SNL'

by Andrew Scott, posted Jan 21st 2010 12:05PM
Steve HarveySteve Harvey has been named the next host of 'Family Feud.' Harvey will kick off the syndicated game show's 12th season in the fall, taking over for John O'Hurley, who is leaving the show after four seasons. In the meantime, O'Hurley says that he is moving on to "new adventures," including a national tour of the Broadway musical 'Chicago.' [Variety]

More casting news after the jump.

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Johnny Depp, Sandra Bullock Top 2010 People's Choice Awards Winners

by AOL TV Staff, posted Jan 7th 2010 2:16AM
Sandra Bullock, People's Choice Awards 2010It was a low-key night for the 2010 People's Choice Awards, the 36th annual gala celebrating fan favorites in movies, TV and music. Nothing particularly amazing or outlandish happened, and most of the stars donned conventional gowns, including host Queen Latifah, who looks fabulous these days. She started the show off with a musical medley, including Susan Boyle's hit 'I Dreamed a Dream,' then launched into the presentations.

We didn't see all of the awards being presented, including Favorite Talk Show Host, won by Ellen DeGeneres. But, of course, she had a few words to say about it. "Oprah, I love you, and I'm sorry your show got canceled." Then she added something about winning eleven times, "one for each of Sandra Bullock's toes." Maybe that was a private joke between the two?

Full List: People's Choice Awards Winners

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YouTube Temporarily Saves 'The Beautiful Life'

by Bryan Enk, posted Dec 17th 2009 12:00PM
Fan(s?) rejoice! 'The Beautiful Life: TBL' has been resurrected -- sort of.

The Hollywood Reporter brings news that the CW drama, which was canceled mere days after the airing of its second episode, will run its course on YouTube. Starting Monday, December 21, the two episodes that were aired in September will be available online, as well as three episodes that were completed but never broadcast.

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Top 50 Teen Idols

by Kim Potts, posted Nov 10th 2009 6:00AM

You tacked their photos to your wall, faithfully watched their TV shows and bought their records --and you might have even written some of them a mash note or two ('fess up!). These are the AOL TV picks for the top 50 teen idols of all time; the 50 young gents who made us swoon, pledge our undying devotion and join more than one sappy fan club.

Our list includes a pair of real-life brothers, several fellas who played brothers on TV and more than a few double-threat actor/singers (what can we say -- they're double the pleasure). But did your favorite Teen Beat cover boy make the cut? Only one way to find out ...

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Where did MTV's Popzilla come from, and why do I love it?

by Jason Hughes, posted Oct 1st 2009 4:00PM
Popzilla's Jonas BrothersI can admit that I'm no longer the hip young kid that I quite honestly never was. So it didn't surprise me that MTV was able to launch a new show and I was completely unaware of it. But, I've talked to younger friends who do watch MTV, and they don't remember any promotion for Popzilla either.

I found it purely by accident, and when it popped onto my screen, I was looking at something that looked like a mix of old Walt Disney animation and something the folks at Jib-Jab would have come up with. Utilizing photographs for the heads of celebrities, exaggerated slightly for comic effect, and little white Disney gloves, the show skewers celebrities and pop culture in short skits like Robot Chicken, and it's far funnier than it has any right to be.

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TCA Press Tour Recap: The CW Does Vampires, Models & 'Melrose'

by Maggie Furlong, posted Aug 4th 2009 9:45PM
Life UnexpectedThe network portion of the TV Critics' Press Tour continued on Tuesday with The CW's half-day of panels for their new fall lineup. You can follow me for all the notable moments and breaking news on Twitter (@TheTVShowGirl), but here's a handy recap of the day's events.

The CW presented panels for 'The Vampire Diaries,' 'The Beautiful Life,' 'Melrose Place' and 'Life Unexpected.' Then, TCA members get a special treat -- a fieldtrip to the sets of 'Private Practice' and 'Castle,' which I'll tell you more about later.

Click here to see all the highlights ...

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Mischa Barton has not missed work on The Beautiful Life - TCA Report

by Joel Keller, posted Aug 4th 2009 7:49PM
The Beautiful Life When Ashton Kutcher, Ashlee Simpson-Wentz, Elle Macpherson and the rest of the panel for Kutcher's CW show The Beautiful Life, I was figuring the panel would field nothing but questions about Mischa Barton, given the recent publicity over her hospitalization and other personal issues. Surprisingly, though, the critics actually wanted to focus on the show itself, which is about the lives of young models and how they deal with the various pressures of that lifestyle.

However, in the middle of the panel, a Barton question did come up. Kutcher was quick to defend the actress, saying she was "never unavailable for a day of work." With all the young people in the cast, he thinks the "good thing about Mischa is that she's done it before," and can provide guidance.

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Now Twitter has really jumped the shark

by Mike Moody, posted May 25th 2009 5:03PM
ashton twitter tvI know the Internet has been harsh on Twitter lately, what with Oprah signing up for an account and that stupid Ashton Kutcher vs. CNN thing. But it's time to prepare yourself for a whole new world of online Twitter bashing.

Why? Because Twitter is coming to TV.

Creating a show based on the popular Web service isn't necessarily a bad idea. I'm sure someone could do something creative with it. But the people developing the upcoming Twitter TV show have other ideas. According to the AP, "The show would harness Twitter to put players on the trail of celebrities in an interactive, competitive format."


Really? Twitter is bringing us a celebrity stalking game show?

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ABC wrap-up: Eli Stone, a DWTSer sings, and Ashton Kutcher hates my question - TCA Report

by Joel Keller, posted Jul 17th 2008 2:22AM
Julianne HoughThe remaining panels on ABC's first day were for Eli Stone, the Ashton Kutcher-produced game show Opportunity Knocks, and a panel for the upcoming Country Music Association events on the network. For the latter panel, Julianne Hough, who has twice partnered with the celebrity champion of Dancing with the Stars, sang a few songs from her current country album. Pretty girl. Nice voice. Dancer's body. But that's all I can say about the panel, because I bolted shortly after she was done singing.

The Eli Stone panel featured the entire cast along with executive producers Greg Berlanti (who seems to be producing two-thirds of ABC's scripted dramas) and Marc Guggenheim. Surprisingly enough, there was only one question about the presence of Katie Holmes as a guest star this season. The reason why she's there is a shock -- they brought her in to get ratings! Will wonders never cease?

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Fez caught playing with Dolls

by Jason Hughes, posted May 29th 2008 4:42PM
Wilmer ValderramaMTV is hooking up with That '70s Show's Fez (Wilmer Valderrama) to develop a scripted comedy that takes a look at celebrity worship. The series, titled Baby Dolls, which will be filmed in documentary style, is told from the point of view of "a naive and jaded personal assistant to a young actress." Naive and jaded? So this person has a lack of experience, judgment or knowledge about the world but is hardworking and completely worn out by all the energy he or she puts into the job? Sounds like a job for Kenneth the Page from 30 Rock!

Or I guess Valderrama could play the role himself. He certainly played the role of "naive" to a T in That '70s Show and hasn't been doing much TV work outside of getting Punk'd by fellow '70s co-star Ashton Kutcher from time to time. Doesn't he know that there's a legion of Fez-natics out here just waiting for him to grace our screens again. Hell, keep it the same character ... Fez twenty years later working as a personal assistanta. "Would you like me to powder your breasts with my nose?"

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Jesse L. Martin: goodbye TV, hello Broadway!

by Allison Waldman, posted Apr 21st 2008 9:01AM
Jesse L. MartinIf you saw the previews of this week's episode of Law & Order, you know that it's Jesse L. Martin's last show. The NBC promo implies that Detective Ed Green has gotten into major trouble and will be brought up on charges for his actions, perhaps lose his badge. That would be a very dramatic way to wrap up his nine years on Law and Order, and unlike the near-fatal shooting his character survived a couple of years ago, it leaves open the door for a guest stint down the road. But not too soon. Jesse L. Martin is in talks to star in a Broadway version of Guess Who's Coming to Dinner, taking on the Sidney Poitier role.

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Saturday Night Live: Ashton Kutcher/Gnarls Barkley - VIDEOS

by Annie Wu, posted Apr 13th 2008 12:26PM
Ashton Kutcher(S33E10) Considering the fact that Ashton Kutcher has hosted the show two times previous to this, I expected a lot more sketches that would let him cut loose and go crazy. We already know that he can be a decent host, and I felt like they didn't use him to his full potential. I also fully understand that I'm simultaneously talking about the importance of range and Ashton Kutcher of That 70s Show and Punk'd.

That said, this episode was mediocre, but at least it was consistently chuckle-worthy. There were only one or two sketches that were a bit painful to get through.


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Reasons why I think ABC should renew Miss Guided

by Isabelle Carreau, posted Apr 9th 2008 11:03AM
Judy Greer
TV Squadder Paul Goebel reviewed the series premiere of the ABC comedy Miss Guided. He wasn't sure what to make of the show after the first airing and I must admit that I also had my doubts about this new comedy. Judy Greer is a joy to watch as guidance counselor Becky Freeley but the comedy was predictable and the cast way too beautiful to portray a real high school. However, I decided to stick with it and ended up enjoying the show's storylines and characters as well as the interview-like tidbits.

The series aired its season finale last week and is now awaiting ABC's upfronts to know if it'll come back next season or have to close the books. To help ABC make its decision, here are some reasons why Miss Guided should be renewed.

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