Japan's Mao Asada has won the World Figure Skating Championship for the third time, The Associated Press reports.
Asada, who finished sixth at the Sochi Olympics, had only a 1.42-point lead after the short program, but managed to claim the gold thanks to her free skate on Saturday.
Katherine Webb, A.J. McCarron
Katherine Webb is engaged to her boyfriend of two years, AJ McCarron, the former Miss Alabama announced on Twitter.
"WE'RE ENGAGEDDD!!!" Webb tweeted, along with a picture of her fiancé.
The S.H.I.E.L.D. team will have a new villain to contend with soon.
The Black Donnellys alum Patrick Brennan will play Marcus Daniels, otherwise known as the famous Marvel villain Blackout, on the ABC drama, Marvel announced Friday.
Peter Gadiot, Sophie Lowe, Michael Socha
ABC has canceled Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, TVGuide.com has confirmed. The Once spin-off will air its series finale next Thursday at 8/7c.
A promo following its penultimate episode also noted that next week's episode will be the series finale.
Hiroyuki Sanada, Kyra Zagorsky, Billy Campbell
Syfy has renewed Helix for a second season, the network announced Friday.
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"Helix has built one of our most loyal and consistent audiences in its first season on Syfy. The incredibly talented writing and producing team have crafted a thriller that consistently delivered suspense, twists and high quality drama. We look forward to growing this passionate audience in what promises to be an even more memorable second season," Bill McGoldrick, Syfy's EVP of original content, said in a statement.
Twitter users erupted in outrage Thursday night after the The Colbert Report's Twitter account sent out a tweet that many found to be highly offensive (or at least much more offensive than The Colbert Report's usual jokes).
"I am willing to show #Asian community I care by introducing the Ching-Chong Ding-Dong Foundation for Sensitivity to Orientals or Whatever," the now-deleted tweet read.
Willie and Korie Robertson
During an interview with CNN this week, Duck Dynasty star Willie Robertson defended his father Phil, who was briefly suspended from the A&E series in December after making homophobic and racist remarks in GQ.
Robertson said he believed the interviewer already "had what he wanted to put" in the article and goated Phil into making those statements by "specifically asking this and that." "Phil just said what he thought, what was on his heart," Robertson said, though he admitted his father "did some paraphrasing there."