Donny Osmond, Mya or Kelly Osbourne? At least one of those three — Miss Osbourne — wasn't expected to be in the "Dancing With the Stars" finale, and now one of them will take home the most joked-about trophy of all time, the horrendous mirrorball. Tune in and see who wins. (Finale starts Nov. 23, 8 p.m., with results show Nov. 24, ABC)
"The Road," based on the chilling short novel by Cormac McCarthy, tells the bleak tale of a father and son staggering through a devastated America, surrounded by cannibals and other marauders. Hey, at least it'll make Thanksgiving dinner with the relatives seem that much better. (Opens Nov. 25)
Little girls love Disney's princesses, and finally the studio is introducing an African-American princess, Tiana, the heroine of "The Princess and the Frog." Tony Award-winning Anika Noni Rose voices the lead role, and the actress says she's thrilled to take on this groundbreaking role. (Opens Nov. 25)
Those who loved "The DaVinci Code" found more of the same in Dan Brown's sequel, "Angels & Demons." Tom Hanks returns as Prof. Robert Langdon, the most harassed symbologiist in show business. Catacombs, cathedrals, and crypts, oh my! (Out on DVD Nov. 24)
Rihanna's been in the news pretty much constantly since she was assaulted by ex-boyfriend Chris Brown on Feb. 8. Here's guessing that the singer would much rather make headlines for her music. Her latest album, "Rated R," is now out, and maybe at long last she'll get that chance. Producer and pal Ne-Yo told E! to "expect an edgier, almost angrier Rihanna." She's had plenty to get angry about with the year she's had. (Released on Nov. 20.)
And speaking of being in the news constantly, Scottish singer Susan Boyle's debut album, "I Dreamed a Dream," is out this week. The "Britain's Got Talent" contestant, who went from unknown homebody to worldwide sensation practically overnight, can now lay claim to having the most pre-ordered CD in the history of Amazon.com. (Released on Nov. 24).