- Yahoo TV1 hr ago
This is no laughing matter: Tom Bergeron is leaving "America's Funniest Home Videos."
The host with the most has announced he'll depart from the long-running ABC staple following the show's 25th season next year. The longest-reigning MC in the show's history, Bergeron has already logged 14 seasons and more than 270 episodes of wild and crazy viewer-submitted videos.
The popular TV host joked to Vulture about the move ("I'm embracing change. ... As 'Doctor Who' fans know, every so often a regeneration is a good thing," he said), although he'll still have his Emmy-winning "Dancing With the Stars" gig. Still, Sunday nights may never be the same, and we're already mourning the thought of a world without Tom's "Home Movie" segments and bobblehead Bergerons.
- Breanne L. Heldman at Yahoo TV4 hrs ago
It goes without saying: If you're going to join the rag-tag team of tough guys on History's "Vikings," you'd better be prepared to bring it. Still, we can't say we expected just how easy that would seem for Alexander Ludwig.
The 21-year-old, who's most famous for his turn as the brutal Cato in "The Hunger Games," steps into the legendary shoes of Bjorn Lothbrok (formerly played by Nathan O'Toole), son of Ragnar Lothbrok (Travis Fimmel), this week on the hit History Channel show. The character was a staple in the show's first season, and last month's second-season premiere has since taken a four-year time jump and, from the looks of it, Bjorn will be taking more of a front row seat to the early medieval Scandinavia battle action.
- Yahoo TV5 hrs ago
Before he was president of the United States, he was king of the jungle. Tony Goldwyn may be best known for his portrayal of President Fitzgerald Grant III on the smash ABC series "Scandal," but 15 years ago he was the commander in chief of a very different kind of jungle.
In 1999, the actor voiced the title character in Disney's animated big screen movie "Tarzan." That's right, while his TV character, Fitz, takes it all off for those steamy love scenes with Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington), Goldwyn's animated alter ego prefers a loincloth.
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The popular Disney flick boasted a star-studded cast that included Minnie Driver as Jane and Glenn Close as Tarzan's ape mother Kala, so Goldwyn had his work cut out for him with the lead role of the iconic ape-man.
Tarzan meets Jane for the first time:
- Yahoo TV6 hrs ago
Well, you're in luck, and should come back to Yahoo TV Thursday, March 13 from 7:30-9 p.m. PST to watch the Television Academy's "An Evening With 'Girls'" live panel discussion, and even participate yourself!
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Join the conversation with us by tweeting your comments and questions to @TelevisionAcad with the hashtag #tvchat.
"Girls" airs Sundays at 10 p.m. on HBO.
- Yahoo TV6 hrs ago
Adrian Pasdar, who played the shifty Nathan Petrelli on "Heroes" and has voiced the egotistical Iron Man for the past couple of years in multiple projects including "Marvel's Avengers Assemble," will soon guest star on "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." as one of the Marvel universe's most aggravating characters: Maj. Glenn Talbot.
Talbot first appeared in 1964 at the right hand of Gen. "Thunderbolt" Ross hunting down the Hulk with near sadistic glee. To make matters worse, he also ended up marrying the love of Bruce Banner's life, Betty Ross. And now he's looking to make trouble for the agents.
- Yahoo TV7 hrs ago
Piper Chapman has blood on her hands!
In three brand-new sneak peek photos from "Orange Is the New Black" Season 2, a stunned and fearful-looking Piper (Taylor Schilling) has blood all over her hands.
At the end of the first season of the Netflix dramedy, Piper gave a savage beating to Pennsatucky (Taryn Manning). When the second season premieres on June 6, we'll learn Pennsatucky's fate and what kind of punishment Piper will have to endure. Will she get locked up in solitary again?
In the second photo, Red (Kate Mulgrew) is locked in a tense staredown with Yvonne "Vee" Parker, a new inmate played by Lorraine Toussaint.
The third picture reminds us that "OITNB" isn't all drama. The LOL-worthy image lines up seven of the inmates for a mock career fair. Lorna (Yael Stone) is wearing some kind of sailor dress, while Sophia (Laverne Cox) looks like she's headed to a nightclub instead of a job interview!
- Maggie Furlong at Yahoo TV9 hrs ago
Haven't you ever wondered how the "Scandal" writers pack in all those insane twists and turns each week? SundanceTV is going behind the scenes for "The Writers' Room" (Monday, April 14 at 10 p.m. on SundanceTV), and Yahoo TV has the exclusive first look at the episode.
Take a look at "Scandal" star Kerry Washington, creator and executive producer Shonda Rhimes, and "The Writers' Room" host Jim Rash chatting it up — even in these photos you can tell that the "Scandal" ladies are working hard to keep the show's spoilers under wraps!
- Yahoo TV9 hrs ago
After winning 11 times and racking up nearly $300,000 on "Jeopardy!,"controversy-magnet Arthur Chu's streak on the game show came to an end Wednesday night.
The 30-year-old insurance compliance officer from Ohio ticked off some "Jeopardy!" fans while delighting others with his unorthodox style of playing, which he based on game theory. Chu jumped around categories hunting for Daily Doubles, sometimes bet as little as $5, and even bet to tie on a Final Jeopardy clue.
"It's a way to keep an edge on my opponents, keep them on their toes instead of making myself predictable," he told CNN.
- Maggie Furlong at Yahoo TV9 hrs ago
Oh Roger Sterling, we've missed you! Yahoo TV has the exclusive first look at "Mad Men" fan-favorite Roger Sterling, John Slattery's silver fox of an advertising firm name partner, looking cool, calm, and collected as always.
The "Mad Men" Season 7 photos are being trickled out slowly, and they all take place in and around an airport. Are the characters going their metaphorical separate ways this season? Or is TWA a new client to replace Mokawk Airlines?
"Mad Men" creator Matt Weiner told The Hollywood Reporter that the airport means nothing — it's just a nostalgic setting to get fans in the mood for the new season.