Sharon Osbourne and Julie Chen
On paper, Julie Chen and Sharon Osbourne — the queen bees of CBS' girly gabfest The Talk — couldn't be more different. Chen, a pedigreed journalist, spent years rising up the ranks at The Early Show and hosting Big Brother. Osbourne, meanwhile, has passed the last decade-plus morphing from music manager to reality-TV pioneer and variety-show judge. (Heck, even their husbands are practically from different planets: Chen is married to Leslie Moonves, the power-suited president and CEO of CBS; Osbourne has a 30-year union with rock icon Ozzy.) And yet...
As the resourceful but hard-partying eldest Gallagher child Fiona on Showtime's Shameless, Emmy Rossum has had to film more than her fair share of sex scenes. So how does she really feel about baring it all in the front of the camera, and subsequently, in front of the world?
"The first time, I had a couple beers," Rossum says on the latest episode of Rove LA, airing Saturday at midnight/11c on TV Guide Network. "But then...
Mitt Romney and Barack Obama
In this election cycle, the Monday morning quarterbacking that takes place after major political events consists less of determining a winner than it does exploring what new Internet memes were birthed.
Nowhere has that been more evident than after Tuesday's debate between President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney — the second of three verbal contests between the two presidential candidates before the election on Nov. 6. (The final debate will be held next Monday, Oct. 22).
When Romney opted to use the unfortunate wording "binders full of women" to illustrate his efforts to create a diversified Cabinet when he was governor of Massachusetts, the Internet latched onto the phrase faster than Felix Baumgartner plummeted to earth earlier this week. By the time the debate was even over, Romney's description had spawned a Facebook page (which had more than 275,000 "Likes" by mid-morning on Wednesday), a Twitter handle and, perhaps best of all, the website bindersfullofwomen.tumblr.com, which features parody photos of everything from Paula Deen riding on a binder to Romney and Paul Ryan holding Carly Rae Jepsen hostage in a file folder.
Sharon Osbourne, Aisha Tyler, Julie Chen
The women of The Talk took it all off for the Season 3 premiere. Co-hosts Sharon Osbourne, Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, Aisha Tyler and Sheryl Underwood went makeup-free during Monday's episode.
The hosts weren't the only ones to go au naturel. Guest Jamie Lee Curtis also appeared without makeup.
The show started off with side-by-side photo comparisons of the ladies, allowing viewers to see the hosts' extreme make-unders — not to mention ample opportunities for self-deprecating humor!
Elijah Wood and Jason Gann
Sorry, It's Always Sunny fans: FX is only bringing Wilfred, Archer and Sons of Anarchy to Comic-Con this year.
Wilfred will kick off the network's Con coverage with a panel on...
Leah Remini, Sharon Osbourne
Seven months after getting fired from The Talk, Leah Remini is finally ready to talk. Remini, 41, opened up Monday about why she and fellow co-host Holly Robinson Peete were let go after just one season — pointing the finger at co-host Sharon Osbourne.
"Sharon thought me and Holly were 'ghetto'. . . we were not funny, awkward and didn't know ourselves," Remini wrote on Twitter. "She has the power that was given to her."
Leah Remini confirms Talk exit
Remini began tweeting in reaction to an ...
The ladies of The View better watch their backs. The Talk is coming back for more daytime action.
CBS has renewed The Talk for the 2012-2013 broadcast season, the network announced Thursday.
All systems are a go for a 13-episode fourth season of Archer, FX announced Thursday.
Created and executive-produced by Adam Reed, Archer is an animated comedy about a spy agency and its employees. The voice cast includes Aisha Tyler, Judy Greer, Jessica Walter, Chris Parnell and Emmy nominated H. Jon Benjamin as the voice of the title character. Burt Reynolds lent his voice to an...
Ellen DeGeneres, Rosie O'Donnell
Big changes and familiar faces have stirred up the talk-show arena this season. Here's how it's shaking out so far.
Ellen DeGeneres was expected to benefit from Oprah Winfrey's departure in daytime and so far, she has. The syndicated chatfest is up 6 percent year-to-year, averaging 3 million viewers.
Aisha Tyler will join CBS' The Talk as co-host, Deadline reports.
Tyler, 41. begins her new gig on Monday and will sit alongside co-hosts Sara Gilbert, Julie Chen, Sheryl Underwood and Sharon Osbourne. She and Underwood replace Leah Remini and Holly Robinson Peete who exited the show in August.