Beginning next week, TVGN will air episodes of The Bold and the Beautiful the same day they air on CBS, the network announced Thursday.
Bravo is honoring its First Ladies — the Real Housewives — with their own awards show.
The network announced Thursday the first annual Real Housewives Awards, which will honor "the most unforgettable, dramatic and watercooler moments from recent seasons."
Drake won't be doing any more magazine interviews — or so he says.
The rapper and Degrassi alum slammed Rolling Stone Thursday for misquoting him about mentor Kanye West — and for "taking his cover" in favor of Philip Seymour Hoffman, who died earlier this month.
Drop Dead Diva's upcoming sixth season will be the show's last, Lifetime announced Thursday.
Ten years ago, ABC News anchor Dan Harris had a panic attack on live television — and now he says the incident may have saved his life.
Esquire has selected Peter Dinklage to appear on the cover of its Style Issue, which will be for sale on newsstands Tuesday, according to Women's Wear Daily.
He'll do anything for love, but he won't do ... what?
In a new interview, Meat Loaf finally explains what the "that" is in his most famous song.
Former Dirty Jobs host Mike Rowe has taken to Facebook to slam critics who are challenging Walmart's recent decision to spend more money on products manufactured in the U.S.
Embattled celebrity cook Paula Deen is set to launch a comeback, and she's got a $75 million investment to get her started.
Deen announced this week that she's starting a new company called Paula Deen Ventures to oversee her restaurants, cookbooks and other projects, The Associated Press reports. Phoenix-based private equity firm Najafi Companies is investing at least $75 million in the company. Steven Nanula, who has worked with Deen for two years, will serve as CEO, according to the AP.
The two largest cable companies in the United States are set to combine.
Comcast is set to buy Time Warner Cable for $45.2 billion, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The deal is expected to be finalized by the end of the year if it meets regulations set forth by the FCC and the U.S. Justice Department.
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