Valerie Harper is hopping over to Melissa & Joey as Mel's Aunt Bunny, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
On the upcoming episode, titled "Thanks, But No Thanks," Mel (Melissa Joan Hart) talks Joe (Joey Lawrence) into getting rid of an unwanted wedding gift. But Mel soon finds herself in a panic when her Aunt Bunny (Harper) and Uncle Bert decide to come visit the newlyweds and see the gift in person.
Amazon has ordered a second season of its original series Transparent, the company announced Thursday.
According to Amazon, the show has broken its Prime Instant Video viewing record and is the most binge-watched TV series on Prime Instant Video with nearly 80 percent of all viewers binging on two or more episodes of the series in the same day.
Jay Leno is close to inking a deal for his first permanent post-Tonight Show gig.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Leno is near a deal with CNBC to host a primetime show that will focus on his love of cars. The program would fit right in with the network's latest push "CNBC Prime," which features original shows such as The Profit, Car Chasers and re-runs of Shark Tank. The new deal would keep him in the NBC Universal family where he's been employed since 1992.
Melissa Joan Hart
Melissa Joan Hart had a brief scare after her two-year-old son Tucker accidentally got locked inside a car.
On Thursday morning, the actress tweeted:
Paula Patton, Robin Thicke
Paula Patton doesn't want Robin Thicke back.
According to TMZ, Patton has filed for divorce from her high school sweetheart citing irreconcilable differences. Patton has asked for joint legal and physical custody of their son Julian and court documents cite the date of separation as February 21.
Jane the Virgin star Gina Rodriguez might just be the most refreshing — and inspiring — actress on television today.
On her new CW series, the relative newcomer plays the titular Jane, an ambitious 23-year-old virgin who gets pregnant after she is accidentally inseminated. Like the title, the premise seems a little wacky, but Rodriguez says that with "patience and faith," people will see past that.
"People [are] like, 'Oh the title, what could this be? This seems ridiculous!' But there are a lot of things in life that are unrealistic and then they actually end up happening," she tells TVGuide.com. "And don't tell me your life is not a telenovela! So I think it's about waiting and letting people make a decision on their own and not base it on a breakdown or a synopsis, which to me is still a fun synopsis. I'm always about something that's controversial or a little different."
Vampire Diaries fans certainly breathed a sigh of relief at the end of the Season 6 premiere when we learned that Damon Salvatore was alive, but we sure as hell won't be satisfied until he returns from, well, wherever he is.
The Vampire Diaries boss answers our biggest burning questions
Absent from nearly the entire hour, Damon (Ian Somerhalder) and Bonnie (Kat Graham) finally emerged in the final moments, giving the audience just a few clues as to their whereabouts — somehow in the '90s. But even if one or both somehow return, it won't be for several episodes, leaving the series devoid of some of our favorite things.
Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps says he's taking time away to attend a program, following his arrest for another DUI. The athlete's representatives said that the in-patient program should last six weeks.
Last week, the 22-time Olympic medalist was pulled over and subsequentlycharged with DUI, excessive speeding and crossing double lanes. At the time he tweeted that he fully understood the severity of his actions and would take full responsibility. In another series of tweets, Phelps wrote the following:
Sarah Silverman opened up Saturday Night Live by answering some hilarious audience questions — from her 20-year-old self!
Silverman kicked off her monologue by making some jokes before grabbing a hand-held mic and heading into the audience and plopping down on a woman's lap. After asking some philosophical questions and sharing some life lessons, the first-time host reminded us of her short stint as a featured performer on the series back in the '90s by cutting to her own question from back in the day. And nothing says the '90s like a question about Wilson Phillips' solo album. Watch her monologue and our other favorite clips from the night.