Anson Williams, Don Most, Marion Ross, Erin Moran
The Happy Days cast is decidedly unhappy about not winning the jackpot on merchandise using their likenesses on slot machines, comic books, lunch boxes and other collectibles.
Erin Moran, Donny Most, Marion Ross, Anson Williams and the estate of the late Tom Bosley claim that CBS, which owns the show, hasn't paid them money they're owed under their contracts, CNN reports. Their attorney, Jon Pfeiffer, filed a breach-of-contract lawsuit Tuesday in Los Angeles Superior Court.
Brooke Mueller and Charlie Sheen
Despite refusing a court-ordered drug test, Brooke Mueller will maintain custody of the twin boys she shares with ex Charlie Sheen, the New York Daily News reports.
Sheen wanted to remove Mueller's legal and physical custody of their 2-year-old sons, Bob and Max. But in a hearing Tuesday, judge Hank Goldbert decided to keep the couple's private custody agreement the same.
It looks like the Jersey Shore cast will have lots more free time for gym, tan and laundry now that the mayor of Florence, Italy has laid down a few restrictions on their visit to the motherland.
Mayor Matteo Renzi has drafted a set of rules that The Situation and friends will have to abide by when they visit Florence for the show's fourth season, the New York Post reports.
Elisabeth Sladen, who played one of the most popular Doctor Who companions in the franchise's history, has died. She was 63.
"It is with much sadness that we can announce Elisabeth Sladen, the much-loved actress best known for her role as Sarah Jane Smith in Doctor Who and CBBC's The Sarah Jane Adventures, passed away this morning," a BBC spokesman said Tuesday.
The first episode of Game of Thrones on Sunday had several chilling scenes that featured creepy, white-pupiled baby creatures and multiple beheadings. In the end, however, I was most disturbed by what befell Bran.
Spoiler alert: Consider this your notice to click the back button if you haven't watched the pilot, titled "Winter Is Coming," yet.
This just in: Griffin Dunne will be playing a reporter on the upcoming fourth season of Damages, TVLine reports.
The central case this season revolves around a wrongful death lawsuit filed against a military contractor. John Goodman will play the corrupt CEO of the company.
There's a New Kid on the Psych block.
Joey McIntyre, one of the members of the boy (now men!) band New Kids on the Block, will guest-star on USA's upcoming sixth season of Psych, EW reports.
Despite winning a coveted Golden Ticket, Jacob Lusk almost didn't make it on American Idol because he lacked another ticket, TMZ reports.
Back in February 2009, he was cited for riding the Los Angeles metro without a ticket. When he blew off the court hearing, a warrant was issued for his arrest. That warrant came back to haunt him.
Evangeline Lilly won't have to borrow a baby Aaron again.
The former Lost star was photographed in Hawaii with what looks like an undeniable baby bump, US Weekly reports. In fact, "bump" seems to be too tame a word for the paisley-draped girth.
Let me relieve you by saying you don't have to read George R.R. Martin's massive A Song of Ice and Fire fantasy novels to appreciate HBO's adaptation, Game of Thrones.
Don't get me wrong: I devoured Martin's fantasy novels set in a medieval-inspired world of intrigue and recommend it to those who've got the time and aren't intimidated by, well, lots and lots of pages. I've also watched the first six episodes of Game of Thrones, and the good news is it's obviously a less daunting time-commitment and the show offers certain benefits the books do not.