Fox has decided to not move forward with the midseason drama Hieroglyph, despite giving the project a straight-to-series order last year, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Amanda Bynes' bong-throwing case was dismissed by a New York court Monday, The Associated Press reports. The case was thrown out because Bynes, 28, has obeyed the judge's orders to attend counseling twice a week and stay out of legal trouble, according to the AP.
Erich Blunt isn't a fan of the word "no."
The arrogant tech wunderkind played by Tom Felton on TNT's Murder in the First finds himself under a microscope, one misstep away from being (wrongly?) arrested for murder. But that doesn't stop him from going away for a party weekend on Monday's episode (10/9c), against the advice of his legal team.
Mexico was eliminated from the World Cup Sunday in a heartbreaker, after the Netherlands scored twice in the final minutes on its way to a 2-1 victory. Greece was also eliminated by Costa Rica, who won on penalty kicks.
The City alum Olivia Palermo married her longtime boyfriend, German model Johannes Huebl, over the weekend, the former reality star announced on her official website.
Zendaya Coleman has dropped out of Lifteime's planned biopic of the late R&B singer Aaliyah, the network announced Sunday.
Shia, who? Transformers: Age of Extinction opened to the tune of $100 million this weekend, cruising to No. 1 at the box office and setting a record for the highest-grossing debut of 2014, Box Office Mojo reports.
Apparently a worm crawling out of someone's body through their eye socket isn't what people want to see on their way to work in the morning — or at all, for that matter.
FX used such an image to advertise its upcoming horror series The Strain, and is now replacing several billboards after residents complained, Entertainment Weekly reports.
Meshach Taylor, best known for playing Anthony Bouvier on Designing Women, died Saturday at his home in Los Angeles after a long battle with cancer, The Associated Press reports. He was 67.
Born in Boston, Taylor's acting career began on the stage when he was a member of Chicago's Goodman Theatre. He moved to Los Angeles in the late 1970s to pursue a screen career.
Terry Crews will emcee the Television Critics Association (TCA) Awards in Los Angeles on Saturday, July 19, the organization announced Thursday.
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