On August 28, the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards will be handed out.

While MTV selects winners arbitrarily, and the irony of a network that ceased playing music videos years ago still holding an award show for them always kills us, there's simply no denying this event is always a fun, outrageous time.

It seems like production value of So You Think You Can Dance went up this week in hopes that Nigel Lythgoe could get another Emmy nod.

A few extra camera pans in the beginning and increased set lighting, along with Cat Deeley's always cheeky hosting and guest judge Neil Patrick Harris' best fanboy comments, made for a fun night on the hit Fox competition.

After a night of mediocre performances Tuesday, the preview for last night clearly set the five performers up even before the eliminations took place.

There was nothing surprising about this week's America's Got Talent results except for the fact that America didn’t mind the more flamboyant efforts.

Posted in: Reality TV

THG is at Comic-Con. Unfortunately, Peter Jackson won't be joining us.

The director made it official today: neither he nor either of his upcoming Hobbit films will appear at the annual event in San Diego. It's a bummer.

Posted in: Movie News

It's Simon vs. Simon in a battle of music industry titans.

Simon Fuller, the creator of American Idol, has filed a legal complaint against Fox Broadcasting and FremantleMedia. At issue is former Idol host Simon Cowell's forthcoming U.S. version of the British hit, The X Factor.

Posted in: Simon Cowell