NBC's newest workplace sitcom, Outsourced, and CBS' Twitter-inspired comedy, S#*! My Dad Says, debuted Thursday, along with ABC's new documentary-style drama My Generation. We want to know what you thought of them — and what you think of...
Bret Michaels will undergo surgery in January to fix a defect in his heart, E! Online reports.
"It's for the hole in his heart," his rep told the site. "I...
Ellen Degeneres and Portia De Rossi
Portia de Rossi has legally taken on Ellen DeGeneres' last name.
A Los Angeles County Superior Court commissioner granted De Rossi's request to change her last name in a closed hearing Thursday. She will now be known as Portia Lee James DeGeneres.
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DeGeneres tweeted the news Thursday: "I just got some amazing news. The court has...
Lone Star creator/executive producer Kyle Killen wrote an open letter Thursday asking fans to tune in to save his series, which premiered to abysmal numbers.
"For us to survive we're going to have to pull off a minor miracle. Statistically, new shows tend to lose viewers in their second week. We're aiming to gain them...
Catherine Bell, Brooke Elliot
Lifetime has renewed Drop Dead Diva and Army Wives.
Drop Dead Diva, starring Brooke Elliot as a model who dies in an accident and comes back as a plus-sized lawyer, will return for a third season. The ensemble drama Army Wives will report back to duty for Season 5. Both shows return with...
Survivor: Nicaragua, Shannon Elkins
The slip-ups on Survivor are usually involve alliances, blind sides and hidden immunity idols, but the La Flor tribe's Shannon Elkins got himself in much deeper water during his final tribal council. After arguing with former ally Chase Rice, Shannon turned to tribemate Sash Lenahan. "Hey, I'm gonna get this out of the way right now," viewers heard him say. "Are you gay"? Shannon says the show edited him to take his words out of context, but it's clear he said something about homosexuality from the argument that followed: Shannon and Sash debate who's had "more beautiful girlfriends" and Shannon says Sash's city, New York, is "full of...
In less than a year, Steve Carell will tape his last episode as the incorrigible and unflappable Michael Scott, leaving Dundler Mifflin without the world's worst boss and The Office minus its leading man.
But you wouldn't know that from talking to executive producer and co-star Paul Lieberstein.
"Oddly enough, it's been...