To say Monroe ruined Charlie's life would be an understatement. But according to Revolution star David Lyons, the pair will "really start to find a common ground" this week. Just don't expect it to be easy.
Robbie Amell and Madeleine Mantock
Genetically enhanced humans vs. the government. It's one of the oldest sci-fi clichés in the book. But The CW's Tomorrow People, a reboot of the '70s cult classic, never feels dated. There are definite retro nods — such as their A.I. computer sidekick, TiM — but it has enough twists (and sexy, implausibly high school characters) to fit in perfectly alongside other CW teen fare.
Tom Hanks has been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, he revealed onMonday's Late Show.
According to the actor, 57, he had been dealing with high blood sugar numbers since he was 36, but recently his doctor told him, "You've graduated. You've got Type 2 diabetes, young man."
Casey Kasem's three children from his first marriage have filed for conservatorship over their father's heath care, People reports.
Kasem's second wife Jean Kasem currently has control, but has denied Julie, 38, Kerri, 41, and Mike, 40, from seeing their 81-year-old father, who has advanced Parkinson's disease, for the past three months, the children say.
Two years after she revealed she had breast cancer, Giuliana Rancic opened up about her battle to CBS News.
Ranic, who underwent a double mastectomy in 2011, said that her battle with breast cancer no longer defines her reality. "I used to think about it a lot more, that's for sure, especially in the beginning," Rancic said. "And I remember thinking I would never live in a world where I wouldn't think about it 100 times a day and that was daunting to me.
NBC has acquired the U.S. broadcast rights to Welcome to Sweden, a sitcom from Amy Poehler and her brother Greg, Deadline reports.
The semi-autobiographical comedy will star creator Greg as Bruce, a New York accountant, who falls for a Swedish girl Emmy (Josephine Bornebusch) and follows her to Sweden.
Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki
Supernatural returns for its ninth season Tuesday (8/7c, The CW) and we can't wait to see what's next for Team Free Will.
"I think this year's first three episodes of setting up our world are all pretty special," executive producer Robert Singer told reporters at Comic-Con over the summer. "There may be certain moves that some of our characters make that some fans don't like, but I think they're going to understand them ... and it's really going to be driving the mythology."
While most 8-year-old boys are playing video games and pulling on pigtails, Chris Brown says he was watching porn and having sex.
In a super-candid and very TMI interview with The Guardian, Brown boasts about how he lost his virginity when he was only 8 years old to a girl who was 14 or 15. "It's different in the country," Brown said of growing up in a small Virginia town.