Sheree Whitfield has lost her taste for wig-pulling.
The Real Housewives of Atlanta cast member is leaving the Bravo reality show after four seasons, she told Wetpaint on Wednesday. "After four solid seasons of helping Bravo build the show into its most successful Housewives franchise, I have decided to leave. The direction the show is going in is no longer a fit for my lifestyle. I'm tired of the fighting and the cattiness.
Jessica Sanchez may have had the lowest number of votes on American Idol last week, but she earned the judges' save in a moment even more dramatically befuddling than last season's save of Casey Abrams.
Before Jessica could even sing a full verse of her "save me" song, the Idol judges stormed the stage. Jennifer Lopez yanked the mic from her hand and said, "This is crazy! Yes, we're using the save. You ain't going home. Go sit down; go sit down." Randy Jackson then admonished the...
Peter Dinklage, Game of Thrones
"A small man can cast a big shadow," Varys told Tyrion, and in Sunday's episode of Game of Thrones, we certainly saw that The Imp has strengthened his power as the Hand of the King.
With his latest political triumph, Tyrion once again undermined his sister, Queen Regent Cersei and by extension, her teenage son, King Joffrey. Who else triumphed? Who suffered an embarrassing setback (besides Theon, of course)? Check out TVGuide.com's breakdown of the power shifts in...
Joe Dempsie says he was destined to play a bastard on Game of Thrones.
The British actor had initially auditioned for the part of Ned Stark's illegitimate son Jon Snow (a part that eventually went to Kit Harington) and then even tried out to play one of Jon's pals at The Wall, but didn't score either role. Thrones producers David Benioff and D.B. Weiss were determined to work with Dempsie, however, and eventually cast him as Gendry the blacksmith's apprentice, the only one of King Robert's byblows to survive Joffrey's bastard massacre in the Season 2 premiere of Game of Thrones, which airs its third episode Sunday (9/8c, HBO).
Felicia Day may play a computer hacker on her upcoming episode of Supernatural, but she'll wield more than just a keyboard.
In the episode, she'll play a computer-savvy lady named Charlie whom the Winchester brothers meet while investigating Dick Roman (James Patrick Stuart), the billionaire who was taken over the by the leader of the Leviathans...
Fox is pulling another comedy from its lineup.
Breaking In has been yanked from the schedule for the remainder of the season, EW reports.
Chicago is heating up this summer on Starz.
The cable channel will premiere the second season of the Windy City-set drama Boss on Friday, Aug. 17 at 10/9c, Starz announced Wednesday.
Michael Weatherly and Bojana Jankovic
Michael Weatherly's new child already has her own hashtag.
The NCIS star and his wife Bojana Jankovic welcomed a daughter on Tuesday, People reports. The actor announced the news on Twitter: "Gentlefolk of Twitter and elsewhere, Bojana and I are proud to announce the arrival yesterday of Olivia Weatherly! #SpecialAgentWeatherly."
Denise Richards and Charlie Sheen
Denise Richards keeps coming back to Charlie Sheen, but don't worry; this time, it's just business.
The actress will guest-star on Sheen's new FX comedy series Anger Management, TVLine reports. She'll play Lori, the new business partner of Jennifer (Shawnee Smith), who just happens to be Sheen's onscreen ex. Isn't that a little ex-cessive?