Word about Lindsay Lohan's upcoming reality show initially surfaced when Oprah was rumored to have problems dealing with the troubled star, but things have been unusually quiet for Lohan otherwise (with all the Justin Bieber, Shia LaBeouf, and Kardashian stories lately - who can blame her for taking a back seat in the tabloids?). Naturally, to drum up some publicity for her series, OWN - Oprah's network which is both behind and set to air the project - has released a photo of Lohan to promote it.
Taken as if someone were either creepily lurking Lohan from a corner or simply catching a private-yet-candid photo, the 27-year-old has got her serious model face on, with her hair perfectly coiffed and styled to the T.
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Although the world first met the 13th Doctor, Peter Capaldi, in last year's Doctor Who Christmas special, the BBC has offered fans more of a glimpse of him (clearly to appease us for the long-awaited season premiere of the sci-fi series).
Holding his script next to Jenna Coleman - who plays the Doctor's current companion, Clara Oswald, in the show - Capaldi is seen wearing the same outfit from the cliffhanger of the Christmas special (the very one the Twelfth Doctor, Matt Smith, regenerated in).
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AMC's popular zombie drama series The Walking Dead returns this Fall for its third season with new characters whose small screen arrivals have been eagerly anticipated by the comic book's fans since the series first aired.
One of those characters is the Governor (pictured above), played by British actor David Morrissey. A big bad of the upcoming season, executive producer Greg Nicotero reveals that the Governor on the show will still surprise fans of the comic: "It's very different from what you know of the character from the graphic novel, with the long stringy hair."
Read More | The Hollywood Reporter
The 1970s are missing some angels… and we’ve got photographic evidence. In the picture above, Minka Kelly, Rachael Taylor and Annie Ilonzeh are strutting their stuff as the new new Charlie’s Angels, the pretty trio behind the new ABC reboot. Robert Wagner will co-star as the voice of the mysterious Charlie. Follow the jump to see another still of the actress angels in action…
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Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom are the central theme of a new E! reality show, and you can get a look at their premiere in the video above. In the video, the couple talks about the possibility of becoming parents, something that should excite Kardashian fans.
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The Glee cast was hard at work filming scenes for their big "Thriller" number, and now there are photos to prove it.
In a recent Entertainment Weekly interview, Lea Michele (who plays Rachel Berry) said that Glee isn’t trying to re-do the number. “We’re making it our own.”
And everyone looks fabulous! Popeater has an online photo gallery offering several shots of the cast in all their zombie glory if you’d like to see more. The big number will be featured on the show's Super Bowl episode, scheduled to air in February.
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Joan Rivers and daughter Melissa are the subject of their own reality show, which will air on WE tv January 25.
A longtime fixture in the entertainment industry, Joan Rivers has been previously featured in reality TV with daughter Melissa. (They were both on Celebrity Apprentice together.)
Watch the video above to get a sneak peek at Joan & Melissa: Joan Knows Best?
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We've already seen what a fully-suited George Clooney looks like in bed with Modern Family's Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Eric Stonestreet.
In 2011, it will be James Marsden's turn to hang out with Cameron and Mitchell ... in a hot tub. From the looks on their faces, it didn't take much -- or a shirt -- to enchant the couple.
Keep an eye out for the hunky actor when the comedy returns to ABC on January 5.
(To get a look at TV Envy's 2010-11 Midseason Television Programming Schedule, click here.)
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Although Starz has not yet named the actor who will become their next Spartacus, the network is ready to unveil their newest gladiator series.
When lead Andy Whitfield first announced that he was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma, Starz execs made the decision to develop a Spartacus: Blood and Sand prequel while the actor received treatment. (Whitfield -- who was expected to return for Season 2 -- has since dropped out of the program altogether due to a recurrence of his cancer.)
Although it is unclear when Blood and Sand will return for Season 2, it appears Spartacus: Gods of the Arena -- featuring John Hannah (Batiatus) and Lucy Lawless (Lucretia) -- will have enough stadium and bedroom action to keep you occupied until then.
Gods of the Arena debuts on January 21.
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Jane Lynch, who recently won an Emmy for her work on Glee, will make an appearance on the Nickelodeon hit iCarly on September 11.
Watch the video above to get a glimpse of Lynch as a flashy mom who expertly argues with her tween.
Read More | Entertainment Tonight
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