Fox has given a series commitment to a new comedy from 30 Rock's Tina Fey, Robert Carlock and Matt Hubbard, Deadline reports.
The project will be set at a women's college that begins accepting men for the first time in its history.
Jennifer Lopez is returning to American Idol! At least, according to her boyfriend Casper Smart.
E! News reports that when Smart was asked whether she was returning to Idolfor the reality show's upcoming 13th season, the dancer said ...
August Schellenberg, best known for his role in Free Willy, died Thursday from cancer, TMZ reports. He was 77.
The actor passed away peacefully in Texas, surrounded by loved ones.
Fox has been asked to reshoot "racist" scenes in its new comedy Dads by the Media Action Network for Asian-Americans, The Hollywood Reporter reports.
"Our community can't continue to be the target of racially insensitive jokes," MANAA founding president Guy Aoki wrote in a letter to network executives. "Fox has an opportunity to fix fatal flaws in the pilot and to improve the show's chances for success when it premieres next month. We are asking you to reshoot the inappropriate scenes of the pilot.
Joe Giudice and Teresa Giudice
Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice and her husband Joe have pleaded not guilty to fraud, The New York Daily News reports.
The Giudices remained silent in the Newark, N.J., federal courthouse on Wednesday while their lawyers entered the plea. "They were relieved they could stand up in court and plead not guilty through their attorneys," Joe Giudice's lawyer, Miles Feinstein, said.
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Mark Sutton, who parachuted dressed as James Bond during the 2012 London Olympics' Opening Ceremonies, died Wednesday in a wingsuit accident, Sky News reports.
The British skydiver crashed into a mountain near Martigny in the Swiss Alps while partaking in a three-day event, during which 20 wingsuit pilots were filmed jumping from helicopters.
Oprah Winfrey, Jimmy Kimmel
Even when Oprah is a guest on someone else's talk show, she knows just how to steal the spotlight.
On Wednesday's episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live, Oprah abruptly interrupted their interview: "I just got that feeling again No, no, no. I really didn't want it to happen here, but I'm getting it."