Joan Rivers might be at the gates of heaven asking new entrants what they're wearing, but here on Earth, the show must go on.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell spoke publicly for the first time since Sept. 10 about the NFL's handling of the recent rash of domestic abuse cases in a press conference Friday afternoon and though he accepted the blame for the NFL "doing wrong," he isn't resigning from his position despite pressure from others to do so.
When How I Met Your Mother ended its run after nine seasons, creators Carter Bays and Craig Thomas found themselves left with roomfuls of the comedy's inanimate actors: the many props used as sight gags and personal touches on set. And when a show calls it quits, its actors are notorious for raiding the closets and taking home the mementos from set they want the most. So which How I Met Your Mother actors ran off with what?
John Travolta commented on the years-old allegations that he is gay in an interview with The Daily Beast published on Tuesday. The actor also addressed the pending lawsuit against him by Douglas Gotterba, a former employee of Travolta's who is suing for the right to write a book about his alleged romantic relationship with the Pulp Fiction star.
When Jenny McCarthy was let go as co-host of ABC's The View in June along with Sherri Shepherd, the network never really said why it wanted to flip the table over and basically start from scratch. But McCarthy thinks she knows why she was fired.
There are many movies from the 1990s that would make great television shows: Goodfellas, Se7en... heck, evenBoogie Nights comes to mind. Way, way, way down that list would be the 1990 critically maligned comedy Problem Child, a movie that most would want to forget they ever saw. No network in its right mind would ever want to bring that movie back, right?
The revenger has become the revengee! After three seasons of watching Emily Thorne (Emily VanCamp) unleash the R-word in ABC's sudsy drama Revenge, it looks as though the tables will turn in Season 4. There will still be plenty of revenge served, but according to the new trailer, it won't be from Emily.
The late Joan Rivers was known as quite the busy body. So it makes sense that even though the comedienne passed away on Sept. 4, fans haven't seen the last of her yet.
The Ray Rice scandal that shook the world of sports and the public at large has not only damaged the reputation of the former Baltimore Ravens All-Pro running back, it has also raised questions of how the NFL handled the situation.Tomorrow, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will address the situation for the first time in an interview with Norah O'Donnell on CBS This Morning.
Where the streets have no name? More like where the album has no price! Apologies for that bad intro, but it comes with good news. Irish rockers U2 are giving their new album Songs of Innocence away for free. Yes, for free!
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