"Who saw that coming?"
That was Silas Weir Mitchell's reaction to the fact that "Grimm" was picked up for a second season on NBC.
The fairy tale/horror/procedural hybrid was recently renewed, despite its tough Friday night timeslot (versus established genre series, "Fringe" and "Supernatural").
Today's news you might've missed:
Famous mother of fourteen Nadya Suleman has told Anderson Cooper that she charged Britain’s “Closer” magazine just $8,0000 when they approached her recently to appear in the buff.
And you know what?
The 36-year-old single mom says she’s not all ashamed of her decision - besides, she needed the cash.
Ex-NBA great Charles Barkley isn’t afraid to show off his feminine side.
To prove it, the Weight Watchers spokesman donned a wig, a black dress and some stilettos - Jennifer Hudson-style - to shoot a commercial for the diet giant, USA Today reports.
In the new clip, Sir Charles saunters up to the camera and says in a raspy voice, “I hear that some of you guys think that Weight Watchers is just for women,” shaking his newly acquired shoulder-length locks for effect.
Lindsay Lohan is off probation, and it looks like she'll be back at work soon. But some, thinking back on her past history, are watching to see how long it's going to last.
Before she sobered up, Lohan was having trouble holding on to a job: It's been reported she lost out on chances to play Victoria Gotti and Linda Lovelace.
There's also the problem of work permits. Lohan's legal troubles delayed her from getting a permit to work in Canada until hours after her court appearance on Thursday. Officials have granted her a permit to work in Toronto, where she'll film her role as Elizabeth Taylor in the Lifetime TV movie "Liz and Dick."
Thursday's “30 Rock” was yet another tribute to an important day all adults must honor annually: Tax Day.
On this most mundane of all calendar days, Liz fought to break the monotony of her life as Jack sought the inspiration that has eluded him all season.
Jack wanted to use the quarter profits to re-invigorate the company, because “the Kabletown blimp is in such disrepair we got a ‘jeers’ in Corporate Blimps Weekly.” Since he had no innovative ideas, he tried to stimulate his brain using the “shower principle.”
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