Oscar Nuñez has joined USA's upcoming half-hour comedy Benched.
Lifetime will say goodbye to Army Wives next month with a two-hour farewell special, TVLine reports.
Army Wives: A Finale Salute will air Sunday, March 16 at 9/8c.
Robin Wright's character on House of Cards might keep her fair share of secrets, but the actress didn't hold anything back during a recent interview with London's Telegraph.
The 47-year-old actress opened up about her recent engagement to Ben Foster, 33, even showing off a small "B" tattooed on her finger. "Ben has an 'R' tattoo in the same place," Wright said. "I've been so anti-tattoos my whole life. But doing this felt right because we're not traditional."
Mother of Dragons Emilia Clarke has been named the Most Desirable Woman of 2014 by Ask Men.
The Game of Thrones star beat out last year's winner Jennifer Lawrence, who slipped to No. 4.
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Yolanda Foster has put her enormous Malibu estate on the market for $27.5 million, Trulia reports.
Michael Jordan became the proud father of identical twin girls Sunday, People reports.
The Supernatural spin-off Tribes has me nervous.
The main attraction to the series has always been the relationship between Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles). But the chemistry between Padalecki and Ackles will be impossible to replicate, so I applaud Tribes' decision to not even try. By making the spin-off an ensemble cast, featuring both human and monster leads, it sets itself apart from its predecessor. Yet when it comes to female characters, I worry it's not going to be different enough.
[WARNING: The follow story contains Saturday's results of the Winter Olympics. Read at your own risk.]
U.S. snowboarder Sage Kotsenburg won the first gold medal of the Sochi Olympics in men's slopestyle Saturday.
Rita Moreno will star opposite Natasha Lyonne in NBC's comedy pilot from Amy Poehler, Deadline reports.
Dylan Farrow has responded to Woody Allen's "final word" on the sex abuse allegations she first leveled against her father more than 20 years ago.
"Once again, Woody Allen is attacking me and my family in an effort to discredit and silence me — but nothing he says or writes can change the truth," Dylan wrote in a statement obtained by People.
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