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New Jersey Man Indicted in Death of Former American Idol Contestant

Alexis Cohen

A New Jersey man has been indicted in the hit-and-run death of former American Idol contestant Alexis Cohen, The Asbury Park Press reports.

Ocean County prosecutors say Cohen, 25, died from head and torso injuries on July 25, 2009 in Seaside Heights, N.J., after she was struck by a car driven by... read more

For Childrens Hospital, Anything Goes in Jump to TV

Children's Hospital

The transition from web series to TV could have been tough for the often-grotesque medical satire Childrens Hospital -- a show where doctors get turned on by life-threatening surgeries and saving patients takes a backseat to highly choregraphed dance numbers, among other things. Fortunately for the show's fans, it isn't going to primetime: it's going to Adult Swim, where it's freakishness will fit in just fine.

"Adult Swim has the closest thing to an outsider's sensibility," executive producer Jonathan Stern says. "We figured that was the closest we could come to being on television without actually people thinking we were on television... read more

Mel Gibson Reportedly Dropped By Agency After Angry Recording Leaks

Oksana Grigorieva, Mel Gibson

An apparent recording of Mel Gibson berating his ex-girlfriend and the mother of his child surfaced on RadarOnline.com Friday, soon after he claimed she tried to extort him over the recording.

Shortly after the profanity-filled... read more

Is Glee Reaching Too Far With a Britney-Themed Episode?

Britney Spears, Glee

Turns out Glee may be a slave for Britney Spears after all.

Following her manager's  launch of a Twitter campaign earlier this year aimed at scoring Spears her own Madonna-style tribute, Glee creator Ryan Murphy tells Entertainment Tonight that such an episode is now in the works.

Will Glee take on Madonna again?

The all-Britney episode follows in the footsteps of... read more

Ratings: ESPN Scores with LeBron James Decision Special

LeBron James

The Miami Heat grabbed one of the most sought-after NBA free agents in recent memory, but ESPN walked away from LeBron James' announcement special the big winner.

The Decision, airing Thursday at 9/8c on ESPN Thursday, was the highest-rated program of the night, garnering a... read more

Jay Leno Pokes Fun at Losing Emmy Nominations to Conan O'Brien

Jay Leno, Conan O'Brien

He may have gotten snubbed in favor of his failed successor Conan O'Brien, but Jay Leno still managed to poke fun at his Emmy shutout on The Tonight Show Thursday.

"The big show business news is that the Emmy nominations were announced today," Leno joked during his monologue. "The good news: The Tonight Show got four nominations! The bad news: I didn't get one of them."

Nominees react to getting Emmy nods

After dropping O'Brien for Leno earlier this year, NBC decided to submit only... read more

LeBron James Leaves Cleveland Cavaliers for Miami Heat

LeBron James

In one of the most hyped decisions in recent NBA history, 2010 NBA MVP LeBron James announced he will join the Miami Heat this fall.

"I want to be able to win championships and I feel like I can down there," James, 25, said Thursday of his choice during the ESPN special The Decision. "I feel like its going to give me the best opportunity to win, and win for multiple years."

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After seven seasons, six All-Star team selections and back-to-back MVP titles, James has yet to... read more

Sons of Anarchy Creator on Emmys Snub: "We Are the Dirty-Faced Outlaws"

Katey Sagal and Kurt Sutter

Sons of Anarchy fans know series creator and executive producer Kurt Sutter is not one to hold back.

So it comes as no surprise that soon after Emmy nominations were announced Thursday morning — and Sons of Anarchy was nowhere to be found — Sutter took to his blog to rant about the snub.

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"Let's face it, kids, we are the dirty-faced outlaws who no one wants in their... read more

So You Think You Can Dance Front-Runner Alex Wong Injured

Alex Wong

One of So You Think You Can Dance's early front-runners, Alex Wong, may be out of the competition for good after sustaining a foot injury during rehearsals.

Wong, 23, ruptured his Achilles tendon during rehearsals with partner Adechike Torbert on Tuesday and was unable to perform... read more

American Idols Live! Tour Sings the Blues — Cuts 8 Dates

American Idol Top Ten

After sinking to its lowest finale ratings ever, American Idol continues to sing the blues and has scrapped eight dates from its annual American Idols Live! tour.

Organizers offered no explanation for the canceled concerts in cities including Kansas City, Toronto and Cleveland, which were scheduled for September. Two other stops in Bridgeport, Conn. and Pittsburgh were also bumped up, pushing the tour's end date up three weeks from... read more

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