Nearly 6 million people tuned in Sunday to watch the first of Breaking Bad's final episodes, making it the most-watched episode in the show's history.
Amish Mafia is back — and Lebanon Levi & Co. are still taking matters into their own hands in Lancaster County, Penn.
Footage has surfaced from a long-lost 1972 Holocaust film starring, co-written and directed by Jerry Lewis — and it's not pretty.
The Day the Clown Cried, in which Lewis plays a circus performer who's captured by Nazis after making fun of Hitler and later uses his routines to amuse children in the concentration camp where he's sent, was scheduled to be released at the Cannes Film Festival shortly after it was made. But audience reaction at test screenings caused the film to be shelved, NBC News reports.
George Lucas and his wife, Mellody Hobson, are proud new parents to a baby girl who was born last week, the Huffington Post reports.
Welsh opera singer Charlotte Church has officially taken her name out of consideration to join the judges' panel on the U.K. version of The X Factor.
Pretty Little Liars, The Vampire Diaries and The X Factor were among the big TV winners at Sunday's Teen Choice Awards.
In her first public appearance since Cory Monteith's death last month,Glee star Lea Michele dedicated her acceptance speech at Sunday's Teen Choice Awards to her late boyfriend and co-star.
Jason Dufner won the PGA Championship Sunday, beating Jim Furyk with a bogey on the 18th hole. It's the first victory at a major for the 36-year-old.
"I'm happy to get the job done," Dufner told The Associated Press. "It's a big step in my career."
Elysium, the new sci-fi movie starring Matt Damon and Jodie Foster, nabbed the top spot at the box office over the weekend, bringing in $30.4 million, Box Office Mojo reports. Still, the total was less than recent sci-fi debuts Pacific Rim and Oblivion, and also fell short of director Neill Blomkamp's previous release, 2009's District 9.
What's it like to play the villain on the most talked-about show of the summer? Orange Is the New Black star Laura Prepon wouldn't know — because she doesn't see her character, Alex Vause, in that light.
"When the show first starts, you think that ... Alex is this evil person," Prepon admits. "And then as the show progresses .... you start to see that Alex — at the end of the day, yes, she's a drug dealer — but you see that she's a vulnerable person and she has really intense feelings and love for [Piper]."
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