There's a new crime-fighting duo coming to prime time this fall, but the cases they're investigating have been dormant for years and sometimes even decades.
On TNT's Cold Justice (premiering Tuesday at 10/9c), the latest endeavor from Law & Order creator Dick Wolf, prosecutor Kelly Siegler and crime scene investigator Yolanda McClary team up to reopen unsolved small-town cases that have gone "cold" despite the best efforts of local law enforcement.
Swimmer Diana Nyad completed her 110-mile, 53-hour journey from Cuba to Florida Monday afternoon, making the 64-year-old the first person to finish the route without a shark cage to protect her. It was the fifth time Nyad had attempted the swim since her first try in 1978.
One Direction sang and danced their way to the top spot at the box office over the three-day holiday weekend, unseating The Butler, which had occupied the No. 1 slot for the past two weeks.
Tommy Morrison, the heavyweight boxer who went on to star in Rocky V, diedSunday, The Associated Press reports. He was 44.
Time Warner customers can finally return to their regularly scheduled programming.
The cable company and CBS reached an agreement in their contract disputeMonday, ending a month-long "blackout" of CBS and CBS-owned stations — including Showtime, The CW and the Smithsonian Channel — for Time Warner subscribers in New York, Los Angeles and Dallas.
After months of speculation, the 50 Shades of Grey movie has found its leading lady and leading man.
Dakota Johnson (Ben and Kate) and Charlie Hunnam (Sons of Anarchy) will play Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey in the upcoming film based on E.L. James' steamy bestseller, Deadline reports.
Weekend update: Seth Meyers married his longtime girlfriend, Alexi Ashe, on Sunday, People reports.
Next up for Ryan Seacrest: a reality dating show.
The host of American Idol and NBC's upcoming Million Second Quiz is producing a new series called Dream Date for Fox, Deadline reports.
The National Football League has agreed to pay $765 million to more than 4,500 retired players and their families who sued the league because they suffer from dementia and other long-term effects of head trauma, the The New York Times reports.
Veronica Mars creator Rob Thomas is developing a TV series based on Les Miserables, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
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