There are two trends viewers can't escape in the current TV landscape: superheroes and revivals. The latest revived show is Roseanne, the beloved comedy is returning for eight episodes on ABC...
When the boys of Million Dollar Listing New York stopped by the Jenny McCarthy Show on SiriusXM this week to dish about their new season, Fredrik Eklund couldn’t help but touch on his upcoming real estate show with Bravo costar, Bethenny Frankel. Show More Summary
Once again, love actually is all around. NBC's Red Nose Day special aired tonight, giving us the Love Actually sequel we've been waiting months for, ever since it aired in the UK...
“Love Actually” is still all around us, thanks to the mini-sequel that aired Thursday during NBC’s Red Nose Day charity special. We are now blessed with an update on most of the characters from the 2003 Christmas hit that continues to inspire obsession and vitriol around the world. It’s happy endings (mostly) all around. Show More Summary
NBC logs another win with adults 18-49, while sports remains invaluable to all and a few series — 'This Is Us,' 'The Bachelor' — make a big impression. read more
On last night’s Second Wives Club, everything was chaos and everyone could have benefited from Shawna Craig‘s weed candy stash. Shiva Safai may be 33 years younger than Mohamed but that doesn’t mean she’s immature. Shiva moved to L.A. Show More Summary
No joke: When 62-year-old Wheaton native Jim Belushi met with casting directors for the top-secret "Twin Peaks" revival, he thought he was auditioning for "some kind of porno film." "My agent called me and gave me an address to a warehouse deep in the valley, and he said, 'Just go, they just want...
During the week, Ms. Miller, 50, lives with her cat, Sammy, in Harlem, but on Friday nights, they drive to her 650-square-foot house in the Catskills.
The claws in TNT’s “Claws” may be out, but that’s not all. They’re spangled, glittered and polished. Because, of course, there are no animals in “Claws.” There is, however, no shortage of wild behavior in this new hourlong drama about five manicurists working in a South Florida nail salon. There’s...
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For John Singleton, relief is not being part of the YouTube generation — or rather, not having to forge a career in the thick of it. “I don’t think I could ever have accomplished what I have if I started now,” says Singleton, 49. “How do you break through the clutter, man? What everyone wants is...
Funny now, funny in 1973 These real-world comics take a trip back to the comedy heyday of the Sunset Strip of the early ’70s for Showtime’s new series “I’m Dying Up Here.” Andrew Santino (Bill Hobbs) A fixture at L.A.’s Comedy Store, Santino has been seen performing stand-up on Comedy Central as...
Fans of The Real Housewives of Orange County might be getting a huge blast from the past when the Bravo series returns for its 12th season. As Bravo exec Andy Cohen teased, the new season will feature some old housewives returning and apparently Gretchen Rossi is one of them.
Phaedra Parks has landed her first TV gig after reportedly getting fired from The Real Housewives of Atlanta. The attorney and her seven-year-old son Ayden will be appearing on USA Network's Big Star Little Star, which is a "celebrity...Show More Summary
This season of The Amazing Race has been a bit of a mixed bag. The twist this season of matching up strangers has yielded some unexpected, and sometimes unpleasant, results. Several of the strongest and most likable teams exited the race early. Show More Summary
After months of rumors and speculations, Lydia McLaughlin is officially returning to The Real Housewives of Orange County. The Daily Dish confirmed the casting of the 35-year-old, who reportedly started filming in February.
Not everyone on The Real Housewives of New York City is warming up to newcomer Tinsley Mortimer. After Tinsley noted that she thinks she's received a chilly reception from co-star Bethenny Frankel on several occasions this season, the Skinnygirl mogul slammed the socialite and defended her behavior.