Beyoncé was the big winner at Sunday's BET Awards, which both began and ended under violent circumstances.
Hours prior to the show, two separate incidents occurred that resulted in one death and several injuries. According to The Hollywood Reporter, gunfire broke out at an unaffiliated pre-party for the show and ended with five people being injured, one fatally. A man was also stabbed at another BET pre-show party, but is listed in stable condition. No one is in custody for either incident and BET says both parties were unauthorized and unaffiliated with BET.
Barbara Walters has learned a lot throughout her 50-plus years as a journalist, and on Sunday's episode of Oprah's Master Class, she's sharing the most significant piece of wisdom she can impart on others.
"The most important thing a journalist or interviewer can do is to listen," she says in the exclusive clip below. "Too often we write questions down and no matter what, we go onto our second question and our third question because that's the way we've written them. We shouldn't. The first question gets asked and the second question should be, why? How come? Tell me more. ... If you don't listen you're not a journalist."
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During the hour, Walters, a 12-time Emmy Award winner, shares a rare glimpse into her career, from getting her big break and becoming the first woman to co-anchor Today, to interviewing every sitting president since Richard Nixon, and why she chose to leave The View.
Nick V, Andi Dorfman
Are things about to go south for The Bachelorette's Andi and Nick?
On Monday's episode, the group heads to Brussels, where Andi channels her inner Molly from Ghost with Chris. But as several relationships heat up, Nick decides to stop at nothing to win Andi's heart.
ABC is venturing into the land of magical fantasy for its upcoming series The Quest.
Premiering on Thursday, July 31 (8/7c), The Quest drops 12 contestants into an imaginative realm full of ogres, dragons and lords. Through the use of animatronics, prosthetics and special effects, each of the contestants will fight to be the hero who saves good from evil and brings peace among chaos.
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Watch our exclusive sneak peek of the opening sequence now:
Tori Spelling and Jennie Garth
It's been 14 years since Jennie Garth and Tori Spelling said goodbye to Beverly Hills, 90210. Although they briefly reunited for an episode of the long-running Fox drama's CW spin-off, the two agree it had to be the perfect project — for them, ABC Family's Mystery Girls — that would get them back together on-screen for good.
Emily Osment, Jonathan Sadowski
Emily Osment has grown up since her days on Hannah Montana. Now 22, the former Disney Channel star is taking on a more adult role as a feisty personal chef on ABC Family's Young & Hungry.
"I'm excited for my fan base from Disney to transfer over to this show because it's a little more suggestive and sexier," Osment tells TVGuide.com. "From the fans I hear from on Twitter, they're about my age and they've grown up with me and are watching ABC family and Pretty Little Liars, so this isn't too out of the box."
Jeananne Goosen and Brendan Fehr
The Night Shift's closeted doctor Drew may be forced to come out sooner than he planned.
On Tuesday's episode, a violent storm hits San Antonio, causing disarray for the hospital. But Drew (Brendan Fehr) soon learns that the storm is only just beginning when he gets the incredible news that his boyfriend Rick has survived the war and is returning home from Afghanistan.
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"He's got to deal with the next level of [coming out]," Fehr said recently of this episode at the ATX panel screening, moderated by TVGuide.com. "In the first episode, TC calls him out. This [episode] Krista figures it out, but he's never offered it up; he's always been found out. We try to keep politics out of the mix ... [and] don't ask, don't tell has been repealed, but if you talk to people it's still a real issue.
Derick Dillard and Jill Duggar
Saturday was a big day for 19 Kids and Counting's Jill Duggar. The 23-year-old got married — and had her first kiss.
Duggar wed Derick Dillard at her Springdale, Ark. church in front of more than 1,000 friends and family, People reports. Five of her sisters were bridesmaids, two brothers were groomsmen, five brothers were ushers and another brother and a nephew acted as ring-bearers.
Naveen Andrews, Daryl Hannah
Naveen Andrews and Daryl Hannah have joined the Wachowskis' upcoming Netflix's series Sense8, Deadline reports.
Netflix ordered 10 episodes of the project in March but remained coy with the details. Now, co-showrunner J. Michael Straczynski has given Deadline the first description, revealing that it's about eight characters from around the world who become linked following a tragic death. "They can not only see and talk to each other as though they were in the same place, they have access to each other's deepest secrets," he says. "Not only must they figure out what happened and why and what it means for the future of humanity, they must do so while being hunted by an organization out to capture, kill or vivisect them."