Mary Tyler Moore
Mary Tyler Moore will receive the Screen Actors Guild Lifetime Achievement Award at the upcoming January ceremony, the organization announced Thursday.
"Mary Tyler Moore won our hearts as Laura Petrie and Mary Richards, our respect as her production company became synonymous with quality television, our awe as she tackled difficult subject matter in film and on Broadway, and our admiration she turned her public recognition into a catalyst to draw attention to critical and deeply personal health and social issues," SAG President Ken Howard said.
Adrienne Maloof and Vivica A. Fox
Reality star Adrienne Maloof and actress Vivica A. Fox are among those judging this year's Miss Universe Pageant.
The two-hour competition will be broadcast from Sao Paulo and composed of contestants representing some 90 countries. They'll compete in swimsuit, evening gown and interview categories.
The full list of judges, which NBC announced Wednesday:
Uncle Frank Potenza, Jimmy Kimmel
Jimmy Kimmel paid an emotional tribute to his uncle Frank, showing a video montage of Frank's funniest, quirkiest moments to the accompaniment of Sinatra's "My Way."
"Uncle Frank loved being a part of this show," the tearful host of Jimmy Kimmel Live! said. "Thanks to all of you who came to the show and who watched for indulging me and letting me put my crazy uncle on television."
Jimmy Kimmel's Uncle Frank dies at 77
Potenza was a retired New York policeman and Las Vegas casino security guard whom Kimmel invited to Los Angeles to join the late-night talk show. He was married to Kimmel's aunt for 28 years.
ABC has bought the action-adventure project The Seven Wonders from prolific producer Mark Gordon, Deadline reports.
Based on the Jack West Jr. book series by Matthew Reilly, the show follows the titular archeologist and his team of four as they search the world for seven pieces of an ancient relic. The first season, to be adapted by Michael Seitzman, will be based on the first two books in the trilogy.
While Erica Rose got eliminated on this week's Bachelor Pad, she didn't go down without a fight — or without trying to get some. Host Chris Harrison weighs in on the "savvy, but underestimated black widow," why he thinks Holly is getting vilified for her love triangle, and how he's shocked by Kasey's name-dropping fight with Vienna. Plus: Get ready for next week's three-hour finale!