HBO has picked up a new single-camera dark comedy from King of the Hill's Mike Judge, John Altschuler and Dave Krinsky, Deadline reports.
The online versions of All My Children and One Life to Live will begin releasing two new episodes a week, down from four, starting next week, Prospect Park announced Thursday.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the Boston Marathon bombing suspect who was arrested days after the attack last month, scrawled a note on one wall of the boat where he was hiding before being taken into custody, CBS News reports.
Who would have guessed that Diddy is a Downton Abbey fan?
On Wednesday, the rapper posted a tweet that left some followers scratching their heads and wondering if his account had been hacked.
David Beckham has announced his retirement from football, Britain's Daily Mail reports.
The athlete, 38, played his last season with Paris Saint-Germain, which won the league title recently for the first time in 19 years. PSG offered Beckham an extended one-year contract, according to the Mail, but he declined.
Kansas City Royals broadcaster Fred White died in hospice Wednesday of complications from cancer, The Associated Press reports. He was 76.
Kirstie Alley is no stranger to body image issues — and now she's speaking out against Abercrombie & Fitch CEO Mike Jeffries about his feelings on weight.
The American Idol finale Wednesday was trimmed to just one hour, allowing finalists Candice Glover and Kree Harrison three songs each, plus a performance by Carly Rae Jepsen (groan). With all that to cram in, host Ryan Seacrest wasted no time in getting to the performances — and we won't either.
It's that time again. By Friday morning, American Idol will have a new winner. Who will wear the Season 12 crown, Candice Glover or Kree Harrison? Read our breakdown of the two finalists, check out two of their standout performances and Top 2 diaries below, and tell us who you're casting your vote for!
What does a typical day on the set of All My Children look like? Chaos, apparently.
In the exclusive clip below, AMC fans can get a glimpse at the frantic behind-the-scenes work that goes into churning out four 30-minute episodes (available on Hulu and iTunes) every week.
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