I have an absolute plethora of new clips for you this week featuring everyone from George Clooney to to Rihanna to Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson!
It’s International Women’s Day and as always it’s an excuse for me to post a clip from The West Wing.
Here’s probably the greatest female TV character ever, CJ Cregg, doing her thing.
The Big Bang Theory’s Jim Parsons will be honoured with a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame this week.
Parsons will receive the 2545th star at the ceremony in Los Angeles on Wednesday March 11.
Big Bang creator Chuck Lorre and DreamWorks Animation boss Jeffrey Katzenberg will speak at the event – Parsons voices the lead characters in DreamWorks’ new animation Home.
The cast of The Big Bang Theory are also expected to attend and fans can watch the ceremony online at www.walkoffame.com
Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston is writing his autobiography.
Former EastEnders actor Robert Kazinsky is to play Frankenstein’s monster in a new TV series adaptation of the classic gothic horror story.
The show, which is at pilot stage with the Fox network, takes inspiration from the Mary Shelley story of a man brought back to life by scientists.
In this version, Ray Pritchard (Kazinsky), a morally corrupt retired cop is given a second chance at life when he is brought back from the dead.
The “monster” is athletic, strong and handsome — his body may be new, but his mind is still that of a 75-year-old.
Kazinsky was known to millions of Brits as Sean Slater in the BBC soap and has since found fame in the US sigh a role in True Blood.
It’s all about the girls this week as I have lots of news about women starring in new TV shows.
I’m back chatting all things showbiz with Angie Greaves from Magic FM.
We’re discussing London Fashion Week, the Oscars (natch), Will Smith, Empire and lots more!
Christina Aguilera is joining the cast of Nashville.
She’s joining the show for a ‘multi-episode arc’ as Jade St John, a pop singer who wants to record a country album but her record label won’t allow it.
We’ve seen Aguilera act a little, particularly in the film Burlesque. It didn’t get the best reviews…
Benedict Cumberbatch, Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat will take part in a special Sherlock convention in April.