Len Goodman is retiring his paddle. The Dancing with the Stars judge has announced the upcoming 20th season will be his last.
"Next year, I'm not going to do the flying backwards and forwards—I'm not going to do the American show...I've got to have a bit of time off," Goodman told Digital Spy while promoting his U.K series Strictly Come Dancing. "Next year is their 10th year; it's the 20th series of the show. So, I think that's a nice place to stop."
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Goodman may not be the only veteran of the show to exit. Earlier this year, pro dancer Cheryl Burke told TVGuide.com it was likely her last season.
Star Wars alum Mark Hamill will reprise his role as Jesse James/The Trickster on The Flash, Hitfix reports.
Hamill first portrayed the villain on the short-lived '90s version of the series. This time around, there's a twist. The character on the CW version is an anarchist and terrorist con man serving a life sentence in Iron Heights who helps Barry (Grant Gustin) and Det. West (Jesse L. Martin) foil the city-wide attacks of a wannabe Trickster eagerly following in the original's deadly footsteps." The episode will air in 2015.
Amanda Peet, David Benioff
It's a boy for Amanda Peet! The actress gave birth to their third child, People reports.
Peet and her husband David Benioff welcomed baby No. 3on Sunday. He joins the couple's wo daughters, Molly June, 4, and Francis Pen, 7.
It's the reunion The Originals has been building to all season long.
On Monday's midseason finale, Klaus (Joseph Morgan) and Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) will finally get to see the child they gave up to protect in the show's first season finale. And that's not the only big reunion of the night. The episode will also feature Original parents Esther (Sonja Sohn) and Mikael (Sebastian Roche) coming face-to-face for the first time in 1,000 years. But while the first of the two meetings will be filled with joy, it's also fraught with the terror that looms if and when Esther learns the Mikaelson firstborn is alive and well.
What makes all the Shark Tank investors say, "Wow"? And leads Mr. Wonderful to make an offer almost immediately? One of the best inventions for wine yet!
In our exclusive clip from Friday's episode, Andrew McMurry introduces his company Zipz Wine, an individual and transportable wine glass serving that's so strong, he can stand on it and it won't break. Seriously.
Charlie Rowe, Zoe Levin
When news broke that Red Band Society's first season will end with 13 episodes, the creative team wasn't upset. In fact, it's the length they always thought would best suit the series. But with the series being pulled off the schedule — hopefully temporarily! — after 10 episodes and a Season 2 renewal looking slim, executive producer Rina Mimoun says fans will be disappointed if Wednesday's fall finale really is the end.