Wanda Sykes is out and proud.
In light of the passage of Proposition 8 in California, The New Adventures of Old Christine star officially came out of the closet Saturday at a pro-gay rally, The Associated Press reports.
"You know, I don't really talk about my sexual orientation. I didn't feel like I had to," Sykes said. "I was just ...
It's easier for ER to bring people back from the dead than it is to bring people back from Seattle.
Julianna Margulies, half of County General's Doug-Carol tandem, has declined to reprise her role as Nurse Carol Hathaway on the medical drama's fifteenth and final season, The Associated Press reports.
"I feel like ...
Come Monday afternoon, the streets of Times Square will be just a tad quieter, or at least it will be outside of 1515 Broadway. After 10 years and more than 2,000 shows, TRL is throwing in the towel Sunday (MTV at 8 pm/ET) with a star-studded blowout bash, dubbed Total Finale Live, before the lights dim.
Once the network's most-watched show, the flagship series is, admittedly, past its heyday. But remember when it was prime daytime, after-school programming? The screams, the fans, the airtime actually devoted to videos, and the screams.
Carson Daly, who departed TRL in 2003 to focus on his NBC talk show, Last Call, will be on hand to emcee the finale festivities, alongside current host Damien Fahey, and a plethora of TRL faves, including Justin Timberlake, Beyonce, the Backstreet Boys, Diddy and 50 Cent. But before he jetted back to his east coast claim to fame, the 35-year-old chatted with TVGuide.com about his earsplitting past, what he thinks of new Late Night host Jimmy Fallon, and which boy band was his favorite.
TVGuide.com: Is it time? You've been gone for five years, but is it time to call it day after 10?
Carson Daly: I think ...
Sean P. Diddy Combs
Picture it: Horatio Caine face-to-face with Diddy.
It's going to happen.
Diddy — er — Sean Combs will make his primetime TV show debut on CSI: Miami, Entertainment Tonight reports.
In a two-episode arc scheduled for early next year, the rap mogul will portray ...
Scott Wolf and Wife
Party of Five alum Scott Wolf is about to start his own family — the actor and his wife, Kelley, are expecting their first child together.
Kelley (née Limp), who appeared on The Real World: New Orleans way back in 2000, is due ...
Whether or not Jennifer Aniston labeling Angelina Jolie's past behavior in the new issue of Vogue as "uncool" is, well, cool itself, the actress doesn't see how else she could've responded to the interviewer's question.
"I basically just answered it as honestly as I could," Aniston said on The Oprah Winfrey Show, airing Thursday.
Getting candid for the first time since her split from Brad Pitt in 2005, the star, who returns to primetime in a 30 Rock guest spot Thursday night, voiced her discontent to Vogue about Jolie publicly timelining her blossoming relationship with Pitt while he was still married to Aniston.
In the same piece, the 39-year-old reserved kinder words for her ex-husband, and the same held true during her sit-down with Winfrey.
"He's done some ...
NCIS alumna Sasha Alexander, who was killed at the close of the CBS drama's second season, has signed on to star in a new comedy pilot for the network, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Alexander will play the lead, Emily Atwood, in The Karenskys, a multi-camera show focusing on ...
Britney Spears and Damien Fahey
Is Britney ready to hit TRL one more time?
Stars of TRL past and present will be on hand to bid adieu to the iconic scream-fest countdown show on Sunday, and one of them could be Britney Spears, host Damien Fahey revealed to TVGuide.com.
"We actually do have something with Britney, but I can't exactly say what it is," he said.
An MTV rep tells TVGuide.com that Spears is ...
Christian Slater, Kim Raver
The end is here for My Own Worst Enemy and Lipstick Jungle.
Though NBC won't officially comment, multiple sources confirm that no additional episodes will be ordered for either series.
The double axing is hardly shocking. Despite heavy hype, the highly touted, Christian Slater-led Enemy failed to make friends with viewers, losing viewers each week. This past Monday's outing hit a new ratings low of ...
MADtv is about to have its last laugh.
After being on the brink of cancellation in recent years, the Fox sketch comedy series will wrap up for good after this season — its 14th — The Hollywood Report reports.
"MADtv has been one of the longest running series in recent television history," Kevin Reilly, Fox president of entertainment, said in a statement. "The fact that this Emmy Award-winning show has been ...