John Schneider and his wife of 21 years Elvira "Elly" Schneider are getting a divorce, People reports.
Josh Charles and his wife Sophie Flack welcomed their first child, Us Weekly reports.
Does Santa do implants?
Jaime King has revealed that all she wants for Christmas this year is a new — or in this case, old — pair of breasts.
Mark-Paul Gosselaar is about to be a dad for the fourth time, Us Weekly reports.
Ashton Kutcher appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show Friday, where he might've accidentally revealed a major Two and a Half Men spoiler.
Fox News reporter Dominic Di-Natale has been found dead of an apparent suicide, the network reports. He was 43.
J.J. Abrams has revealed the first characters' names from Star Wars: The Force Awakens in a very retro way.
The film's co-writer and director along and Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy unveiled eight new trading cards in Entertainment Weekly, just like the ones first released for the original Star Wars in 1977.
Sarah Ferguson, who was formally known as the Duchess of York, debuted a dramatic weight loss at The Theory of Everything premiere.
The Hot Tamale train might be departing So You Think You Can Dance for good.
According to Deadline, Mary Murphy is considering exiting the Fox reality show. And though no formal discussions have been held yet, Fox and SYTYCD producers are eyeing Paula Abdul to replace her.
Over the years, Buffy the Vampire Slayer has become the litmus test for feminist drama. But creator Joss Whedon didn't just turn gender roles on their head with his spunky vampire slayer. He flipped, remixed and defied all television conventions, preferring to play with the medium in novel and unexpected ways. While the Season 6 musical episode "Once More with Feeling" might be the most talked-about example of this, "Hush" is arguably the most eloquent.
Sandwiched in the middle of Season 4, "Hush," which aired Dec. 14, 1999, took away the thing that Buffy had become most famous for — the snappy, witty dialogue — forcing the episode to rely solely on musical cues and pantomime to tell the story of yet another murderous monster rampage in Sunnydale.
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