As two brunette femme fatale murder defendants, Jodi Arias and Casey Anthony have naturally been compared to each other since the latest notorious death sentence trial began on January 2.
Despite growing up on opposite coasts – Jodi in California and Casey in Florida – the women have startlingly similar upbringings and now their mothers are being compared by HLN’s Raising America in hope of shedding light on what led… Continue reading Sandra Arias Vs Cindy Anthony: Comparing The Mothers In America’s Most Most-Watched Trials
According to a report by TMZ, supermodel and Project Runway host Heidi Klum will be the fourth judge of NBC’s America’s Got Talent, along with Howie Mandel, Howard Stern, and newcomer Mel B. (Sharon Osbourne quit at the end of last season.) TMZ obtained a photo from on set at the New Orleans auditions, which begin taping tomorrow.
NBC declined to comment about casting at… Continue reading Heidi Klum to join ‘America’s Got Talent’: Report
BBC America continues to expand into original programming with the upcoming sci-fi series “Orphan Black,” set to premiere March 30.
The show stars Tatiana Maslany as Sarah, a young woman who encounters a complete stranger who looks just like her moments before the stranger kills herself. Sarah assumes the stranger’s identity to escape from her own life, but realizes the freaky coincidence is only the beginning… Continue reading 'Orphan Black' trailer: BBC America's sexy new sci-fi show premieres March 30
BBC America will have a new, action-packed addition to its Supernatural Saturday lineup come March.
EW has learned exclusively that Orphan Black, a new original sci-fi scripted series starring Canadian actress Tatiana Maslany (The Vow), will premiere March 30 at 9p.m. ET on BBC America. We also have your first look at the key art and teaser trailer, both of which you can see below.
The show follows the story… Continue reading BBC America’s ‘Orphan Black’: See the first teaser trailer and key art — EXCLUSIVE
MTV has canceled its reality competition, “America’s Best Dance Crew.” Produced by Randy Jackson of “American Idol” fame, the series has completed seven seasons.
Unlike its broadcast network rivals, “So You Think You Can Dance” and “America’s Got Talent”, “ABDC” featured only groups of dancers — the dance crews — competing to win a $ 100,000 prize. Mario Lopez hosted the program throughout its run, while… Continue reading MTV cancels 'America's Best Dance Crew'