Bethenny Frankel, Jill Zarin
Jill Zarin may have been fired from The Real Housewives of New York City earlier this year after four seasons, but Bethenny Frankel isn't worried about her former co-star (and ex-BFF).
"She's a survivor and she is definitely well-to-do," Frankel told reporters at Bravo's winter TV previews Saturday. "I don't think she's worried about finding a job."
Bravo axes four Real Housewives of New York City castmembers
Zarin, 48, was one of four New York cast members fired in September after the fourth season. Frankel, 41, left the series in 2010 to film her own spin-off, Bethenny Ever After. Frankel and Zarin had a falling out shortly before Season 3 began filming. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter earlier this week, Zarin said she felt she deserved a finder's fee for...
Don Cheadle realizes he's best known for dramatic roles in such films as Crash, Hotel Rwanda and Traffic. But he finds it odd that so many viewers aren't expecting to see him flex his comedic muscles from him in his new series House of Lies.
"I do it all the time around my friends," he tells TVGuide.com with a laugh. "It's not a...
Andy Cohen, Russell Armstrong
Less than five months after the suicide of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills husband Russell Armstrong, executive producer and Bravo executive Andy Cohen defended how the show handled the situation at Bravo's winter TV previews Saturday.
"I think what emerged is a story of a woman trying to extricate herself from a marriage, in which she was unhappy, in which domestic violence was...
Where have all the harsh judges gone? Following Simon Cowell's 9-year mean streak on American Idol, it's become increasingly difficult to find a tough-talking judge on singing competition shows like The X Factor and Idol.
However, The Voice's four coaches insist they're getting tougher this time around.
"This year, we are diving more into critiquing. ... You see us more in depth in the coaching process," Christina Aguilera told reporters at NBC's Winter TV preview Friday. "I think this year you're going to see it more. Last year we were all finding our...
Nicole Richie, John Varvatos, Elle Macpherson, Jessica Simpson
At first glance, NBC's upcoming Fashion Star may sound like a knockoff of Lifetime's Project Runway and Bravo's The Fashion Show. But executive producers, including original Runway co-creator Jane Lipsitz, insist Fashion Star goes one step further.
As host and executive producer Elle Macpherson told reporters at NBC's winter TV preview Friday, it was important to "create a show that was just as much about shopping as it was about fashion."
The L.A. Complex
It looks like the CW is readying a move back to Los Angeles.
The network is nearing a deal to buy the upcoming Canadian soap The L.A. Complex, Deadline reports. The series follows the lives of several twentysomethings who live in the same Los Angeles apartment complex and try to make it in Hollywood.
The CW orders mystery drama pilot Cult
The series, which will premiere on the Canadian music channel MuchMusic next week but will also air on Canadian sibling network CTV, sounds an...
Karine Vanasse and Mike Vogel, Pan Am
After months of will-they-or-won't-they tension on Pan Am, Dean (Mike Vogel) and Colette (Karine Vanasse) finally seem to be on the same page. After all, she even met his parents last month. What could possibly go wrong? Um, well, his ex-girlfriend Bridget (Annabelle Wallis) -- who went MIA after he...
Ben Gibbard and Zooey Deschanel
Zooey Deschanel has filed for divorce from Death Cab for Cutie frontman Ben Gibbard after two years of marriage, People reports.
The New Girl star, 31, filed the paperwork on Dec. 27. Court documents list their date of separation as Oct. 31 and...