Mark Harmon, Arsenio Hall
Mark Harmon has opened up about Cote de Pablo's shocking exit from NCIS.
During an appearance on The Arsenio Hall Show Thursday night, Harmon said Ziva's departure is no different from any of the other numerous "changes" the show has seen over its 11-season run. "It's up to this highly professional group to use that as a springboard to get better, to improve and to stay No. 1," Harmon said.
Dina Lohan was arrested and charged with DWI Thursday night, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Lohan was pulled over at approximately 11 p.m. after the New York State Police noticed her going 77 mph in a 55-mph zone on the Northern State Parkway on Long Island, police said in a statement. Lohan appeared intoxicated and blew a .20 blood alcohol level, more than twice the legal limit of .08. She was arrested on charges of DWI and aggravated DWI.
Sara Gilbert may be out and proud now, but the actress struggled for years before coming out publicly in 2010.
On Thursday's The Talk, in honor of the show's "secrets" week, Gilbert discussed her battle to accept her sexuality when she was still onRoseanne. At the time, Gilbert had been dating her co-star Johnny Galecki, but after the couple would make out, Gilbert would always get depressed. Confused, Galecki would take this personally, until she "eventually told him I thought it was about my sexuality and he was super sweet about it."
Since her film career lost momentum, Katherine Heigl is returning to TV in a CIA drama for NBC, but the actress' bad reputation might still wreak havoc on her attempted comeback.
The Hollywood Reporter spoke to various producers who have worked with Heigl over the years and it seems like it's going to be an uphill battle for her to win the industry over again.
Nicole Kidman was swept off her feet — but not in a good way.
On Thursday, Kidman was hit by a paparazzo on a speeding bicycle in New York City and was knocked down to the ground.
Benedict Cumberbatch has opened up about being abducted in South Africa eight years ago in a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter.
Cumberbatch and two friends had been driving back to the set of To the Ends of the Earth north of Durban when car troubles put their journey on pause. "It was cold, and it was dark. I felt rotten. We were wary because that's a notoriously dangerous place to drive. Then, poof, the front-right tire blows," Cumberbatch recalled. "So we got the spare, but that meant getting all of our luggage out. We were like sitting ducks, adverts for -- not prosperity necessarily but materialism."
Nick Brown, John Lehr
There haven't been a lot of comedy westerns save Blazing Saddles, Three Amigos and Wild Wild West, none of which were released in the new millennium. Thankfully, Hulu breathed new life into the genre with its original series Quick Draw, an improvised comedy from 10 Items or Less' John Lehrand Nancy Hower.
Quick Draw follows Sheriff John Henry Hoyle (Lehr), a bumbling Harvard grad who is so confident in his intellectual superiority he even boasts about graduating 327th in his class. Now living in Great Bend, Kansas, Hoyle attempts to introduce forensics to the local rubes, who include the dim-witted Deputy Eli (newcomer Nick Brown), the brazen brothel owner Honey (The Sopranos' Allison Dunbar) and the mopey Undertaker Vernon Shank (Cougar Town's Bob Clendenin).