NBC has decided not to move forward with the Murder, She Wrote reboot staring Octavia Spencer, Deadline reports.
However, the network plans on trying to find a different way to reimagine the amateur sleuth series, according to the report.
Amy Lee and her husband Josh Hartzler are expecting their first child, the Evanescence singer announced on Twitter.
"Ok I can't keep it a secret anymore-I've been working on a very special new project for 2014-A BABY! Josh and I are expecting! I'm so happy!" Lee wrote Saturday.
Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, Rob Benedict (inset)
Let's not sugarcoat it: Things on Supernatural are a mess right now. Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) have split up, there are no more prophets coming to lend a hand, and Earth is caught in the middle of full-on wars for control over Heaven and Hell.
Maybe it's time for some divine help.
During his time masquerading as The Prophet, Chuck (né God) rewarded those who had the bravery to defy his plan (Team Free Will FTW!). But he wasn't above stepping in to save his favorite creations when the situation got too dire, either. Yet as the lines between Heaven, Hell and Earth continue to blur, God is nowhere to be seen and rarely even discussed. So what's the deal?
Dennis Rodman has checked into a rehab facility for alcohol addiction,TMZ reports.
According to sources close to the former NBA player, he entered a treatment center several days ago following his most recent trip to North Korea. It was there Rodman had his now-infamous meltdown on CNN —something he blames on alcohol.
Madonna has apologized for calling her son a racial slur on Instagram.
"I am sorry if I offended anyone with my use of the N word on Instagram," Madonna said in a statement on Instagram. "It was not meant as a racial slur. I am not a racist. There's no way to defend the use of the word."
Juan Pablo Galavis
After coming under fire for saying there shouldn't be a gay or bisexual Bachelor star because it'd be "too hard too watch," Juan Pablo Galavis posted an apology on Facebook Saturday, blaming the language barrier for any alleged anti-gay remarks.
The Venezuelan football player and current Bachelor clarified that he didn't mean to say gay people were "more pervert," but that he meant they're just "too racy" to be on television.
Juan Pablo Galavis
Current Bachelor Juan Pablo Galavis broke barriers by being the first person of color to star in the franchise, but the former soccer play doesn't think the same right should be afforded to gays or bisexuals. In an interview with The TV Page, Galavis spoke out against the possibility of a gay or bisexual bachelor.
Murray Bartlett, Jonathan Groff, Frankie J. Alvarez
From the very moment HBO's new series Looking begins (Sunday, 10:30/9:30c), it's clear that its hero is at a turning point in his life. We get our first glimpse of Patrick (Jonathan Groff) as he's soliciting a sex act in a park. And Looking doesn't shy away from the realistically awkward fumbles ("Cold hands!") before Patrick's phone interrupts and it becomes obvious just....