Scott and Kelly Wolf
Scott Wolf and his wife Kelley are becoming a Party of Five!
"Having a daughter in May," Wolf tweeted on Wednesday. "She will own me. I'm already mad at the boys. No words could express how full our hearts are. Luckiest guy I know."
Meredith Stiehm is returning to Homeland as executive producer, Deadline reports.
Stiehm, who was one of the original writers on the Showtime drama, left after Season 2 to run The Bridge with Elwood Reid. But she will now depart the FX drama after striking a deal with Homeland producer Fox 21 to return for Homeland's fourth season and its fifth, pending an order from Showtime. Stiehm's deal also includes a development component.
George Zimmerman has been released from jail following his arrest on assault and battery charges, The Associated Press reports.
On Monday, Zimmerman was arrested after police responded to a disturbance report from a house in Apopka, Fla. He was then booked into jail and his bond was set at $9,000. As part of Zimmerman's releaseon Tuesday, he must wear an electronic monitor, keep his distance from guns, and stay away from the girlfriend who accused him of the assault. An arraignment has been set for Jan. 7.
As Ravenswood nears the end of its initial run, will we finally learn why Caleb has a doppelganger on a gravestone?
ABC Family pushes back Twisted premiere for more Ravenswood
On the midseason finale of the ABC Family supernatural drama, Caleb (Tyler Blackburn) senses Miranda (Nicole Anderson) is in trouble and sets out to find her. But did she really lead the group to a creepy house or was it all a trap? And will they make it out alive or will someone suffer the same fate as Miranda did in the series premiere?
Ruben Studdard, Dolvett Quince and David Foster
What better way for a singer to celebrate his weight loss than by collaborating on a tune with a world-renowned composer?
After being eliminated and then reinstated at the end of last week's Biggest Loser, American Idol winner Ruben Studdardis back to continue his journey on the ranch. His trainer Dolvett takes him to meet David Foster, where the two work on a song that Foster wrote for Studdard to express his battle the best way he knows how — through singing.