Michael Sam, the first openly gay player drafted by the NFL, has been cut by the St. Louis Rams.
According to ESPN, the Rams decided to cut Sam when they had to reduce their roster to the mandated 53 players Saturday afternoon.
Yet another canceled show might find a second life online. Amazon is set to revive The Tick, a source tells People.
Syfy has canceled The Wil Wheaton Project, according to Wil Wheaton.
Though the network has yet to officially announce its decision to not move forward with the freshman talk show, Wheaton blogged about receiving the bad news on Friday.
Chelsea Clinton has decided to step down from her position at NBC News after three years, People reports.
"Chelsea's storytelling inspired people across the country and showcased the real power we have as individuals to make a difference in our communities," Alex Wallace, a senior vice president of NBC News, said in a statement. "While she will be missed, we look forward to working with her in the future."
Adrien Brody might have already won an Oscar at 29 for his work in The Pianist, but for the actor, playing the legendary magician Harry Houdini for History's latest miniseries was a real bucket list moment.
"He was a very heroic person to me as a boy," Brody tells TVGuide.com. Much like the magician he idolized, Brody grew up in New York City the child of a Hungarian-Jewish mother and took up magic at an early age, performing at children's birthday parties as The Amazing Adrien. "What he represented to me then was a real bravery and a fearlessness," Brody says. "I think what magic represents is this ability to kind of defy the laws of nature."
David Lucado and Britney Spears
Britney Spears and her boyfriend David Lucado have broken up. The singer announced her new relationship status Thursday, tweeting: "Ahhhh the single life!"