In a story good enough for a daytime soap, reality-turned-sitcom star NeNe Leakes said “I do” a second time to the man she split from three years ago.
Selma Blair is making a sudden exit from the Charlie Sheen sitcom Anger Management. In a statement, producer Lionsgate says the actress won’t be returning to the FX comedy.
There’s nothing that quite riles people up than some trumped up, self-loathing, columnist-nobody criticising their TV habits. And given that’s exactly what I did last week, I thought it only fair to repay those truly aggrieved by my views on the televisual dreck that abounded in the ’90s by taking a look at five of the best story-driven TV shows of all time.
Lindsay Lohan believes her upcoming trip to rehab is “a blessing, not a curse”. The 26-year-old actress is required to check into a stay facility for 90 days of treatment by May 2 to meet the conditions of her plea deal in her reckless driving case.
Betty DeGeneres, 82, is a gay rights campaigner and the mother of the world’s most famous lesbian, not necessarily in that order. Ellen DeGeneres has a TV audience of at least 4 million viewers per episode in the US alone and is in Australia to film segments for her show.
The Steve Jobs biopic starring Ashton Kutcher has had its release delayed indefinitely, in a potentially misguided marketing move. If you’re yearning to watch Ashton Kutcher play with computers, you’re going to have to keep watching Two And A Half Men.
What a difference four years have made. When the cast of The Big Bang Theory first appeared at PaleyFest in 2009, their sitcom wasn’t even among the top-40 rated shows in the United States
The 31-year-old socialite, Reality TV Star, Model, Spokesperson showed another talent of hers on a live episode of comedy show “30 Rock” and apparently she had so much fun that some sources says that she really wants to move beyond reality TV and become a comedy actress like “Modern Family” star Sophia Vergara She appeared on the show as […]
1. THE WIRE This sprawling social drama has dozens of characters and, really, only one–Baltimore, Md
Martin Sheen says he understands the recent hell his son Charlie has been going through, because he’s been there. As he told the U.K.’s Telegraph March 21, he’s experienced his own “psychotic episodes,” including some in public