Fox has given second season orders to freshman shows The Mindy Project and The Following.
North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un may be leading a regime known for human rights violations and suppression of free speech, but for retired NBA player Dennis Rodman, he's just a pal who likes basketball.
Actor Steven Weber and his wife are divorcing after 17 years of marriage, TMZ reports.
Charlie Sheen has already paid a portion of Lindsay Lohan's taxes, and now he's offering to officially be her mentor, TMZ reports.
Danica Patrick walked away uninjured after her racecar slammed into a wall at the Phoenix International Speedway on Sunday.
Fox announced season finale dates for American Idol, The Following, Glee and a host of other primetime shows Thursday, as well as premiere dates for its summer lineup.
Army Pfc. Bradley Manning, who was accused of acquiring and transferring highly classified government information that was later published on WikiLeaks, pleaded guilty to 10 charges on Thursday and will serve 20 years in prison as a result, the Los Angeles Times reports.
We know Tina Fey won't be hosting the Oscars anytime soon — but that doesn't mean she won't be watching them at home.
For this year's broadcast, Fey "had a sweatpants-mandatory Oscars party," she told David Letterman during an appearance on The Late Show Wednesday.
Wednesday's episode of Survivor: Caramoan — Fans vs. Favorites picked up right where the previous week's had left off — with the Fans returning from Tribal Council having just sent Allie home. Not exactly one big happy family, this bunch. The episode opened with Shamar "going nuts," in the words of Laura, because he narrowly escaped elimination at Tribal Council. After Sherri tried to convince him to tone it down, Shamar refused and said he was contemplating quitting the game. "I don't want to be the angry black man on Survivor," he said. Um ... too late?
Big Bang Theory star Kaley Cuoco sent a sponsored tweet endorsing Dish Network, even as her employer is suing the satellite provider, TheWrap.com reports.
CBS joined ABC, Fox and NBC in filing a lawsuit against Dish over a feature on its Hopper service, which allows users to watch shows like The Big Bang Theory without commercials...
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