One month after Jane Lynch announced her marriage was over, the Glee actress has filed for divorce, TMZ reports.
Lindsay Lohan has agreed to do both a sit-down interview with Oprah Winfrey and a reality show for OWN after she leaves rehab in August, TVGuide.com has confirmed....
It's over before it even began.
Henry Cavill and Kaley Cuoco have split after 12 magical days together, a source tells E! News.
The Hamptons are getting even hotter this season on Revenge.
The ABC drama has cast Smallville star Justin Hartley as Victoria's long-lost son, E! News reports. Hartley, who also starred on Emily Owens, M.D., will appear as Patrick in a multi-episode arc starting in ...
It looks like Suri's Burn Book has a new addition.
A paparazzo called Suri Cruise a "bitch" and a "little brat" as the 7-year-old climbed into a car with her mother Katie Holmes and a friend in New York on Thursday.
Holmes was very polite to the paparazzi as she exited the building, but Suri was understandably frustrated with the interruption. "Stop it," Suri asks. "Get out of the way," she adds, as she reaches for the rear door of the SUV.
It looks like Netflix knows it didn't make a huge mistake in bringing Arrested Development back. The streaming site is currently in talks to bring the cult comedy back for a fifth season, executive producer Brian Grazer told Bloomberg Television.
Blake Jenner and Melissa Benoist are ready to make sweet music together: The Glee stars are engaged, a source tells Us Weekly.
Ali Landry and her husband Alejandro Monteverde have welcomed their third child, son Valentine Francesco, People reports.
Valentine was born Thursday in Los Angeles. The latest addition shares a birthday with his sister Estela Ines, 6.
Warner Bros. is going super with their official Comic-Con gear this year. When fans arrive at the annual San Diego convention, they will be distributed one of several different official Comic-Con bags — each with its own detachable cape!
Orange is the New Black might not have the hype of Arrested Development or House of Cards, but it is by far the most satisfying original series Netflix has released this year.From Weeds creator Jenji Kohan, Orange follows Piper Chapman (Taylor Schilling), an upper-middle class woman who finds herself incarcerated for a crime she committed 10 years prior. But Kohan isn't simply rehashing the same pampered, fish-out-of-water angle of Weeds for another suburban satire. This time, Kohan uses the familiar white protagonist as a medium through which to tell stories of those typically marginalized in mainstream media.
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