Los Angeles Kings goalie Jonathan Quick #32
They did it again.
The Los Angeles Kings won their second Stanley Cup in two years, beating the New York Rangers in Game 5 Friday night.
Alec Martinez scored the winning goal in double overtime at L.A.'s Staples Center, where stars such as Channing Tatum, Eric Stonestreet, Chris Pine and more looked on.
Leah Remini's reality series will premiere on Thursday, July 10 at 10/9c on TLC.
During the back-to-back premiere episodes of Leah Remini: It's All Relative, fans will get to watch Leah and her husband Angelo throw a party for the friends who stuck with them since leaving the Church of Scientology. Remini notoriously left the Church in June 2013 after more than 30 years,saying "everything the church taught me was a lie."
Actress Ruby Dee, best known for her roles in A Raisin in the Sun and Do the Right Thing, has died, her daughter Nora Davis Day confirmed to the The Associated Press. She was 91.
A Los Angeles judge reversed his decision on Wednesday, giving Casey Kasem's daughter Kerri the authority to implement end-of-life measures for the critically ill star, CNN reports. In accordance with Kerri Kasem's wishes, doctors will no longer provide infusions of water, food and medicine.
To continue forcing artificial nutrition and hydration would "at best prolong the dying process for him and will certainly add suffering to an already terribly uncomfortable dying process," Kerri's lawyer, Troy Martin, said.
Raza Jaffrey, Michael O'Keefe
Homeland's cast refresh continues: The Showtime drama has added two more new faces to its fourth season.
Smash's Raza Jaffrey and Roseanne's Michael O'Keefe have signed on in recurring roles, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Jaffrey will play Aasar Khan, a decorated lieutenant-colonel in the Pakistan intelligence service. O'Keefe will play deputy station chief John Redmond who is stationed in Afghanistan and will clash with Carrie.
After starring in two of the year's biggest films, The Fault in Our Stars andDivergent, there's no doubt 2014 is Shailene Woodley's year. But it's easy to forget the actress was also supposed to appear in another blockbuster smash,The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
Woodley filmed scenes as Mary Jane Watson, but was ultimately cut from the film. So how did she handle the bad news?
Louis C.K. has publicly appealed to TMZ to take down a video showing the aftermath of the six-vehicle crash involving Tracy Morgan. The horrifying accident killed comedian James McNair and left several others critically injured.
A lot of you probably don't have the Sundance Channel. A lot of you probably do and don't even know it. Either way, that's no longer an excuse not to watch one of the most captivating and poignant TV series in recent memory. The entire six-episode first season of the network's first scripted series Rectify is available to stream on Netflix, and I can promise you it's worth your time.
A masterfully calibrated meditation on doubt, loss and change, Rectify is about Daniel Holden (Aden Young), a man who is unexpectedly released from prison after spending 19 years on death row. Holden was convicted as a teenager of the rape and murder of his high school girlfriend and his release reopens old wounds in the small Georgia town where his family still resides. While law enforcement works on building a new case, many of the residents lack the patience for modern justice to run its course.