Bryan Cranston, Tatiana Maslany
As Breaking Bad prepares to say farewell, the AMC series has topped the winners of this year's Television Critics Association Awards, taking home Program of the Year.
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Meanwhile, Orphan Black's Tatiana Maslany was the belle of the ball, winning for Individual Achievement in Drama for her impressive portrayal of multiple clones on the BBC America drama. Emmy nominee Louis C.K. won for Individual Achievement in comedy for Louie.
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The View is sending of original co-host Joy Behar in style.
At a taping of Behar's final special tribute show, to air Friday, Aug. 9 on ABC, the 70-year-old comedienne was surprised by a slew of famous friends — including Regis Philbin, Joan Rivers and former View-er Meredith Vieira —to reminisce about her 16-year run. Emceed by rumored replacement Mario Cantone, who would be the show's first full-time male panelist, the episode closes with a special performance by Tony Bennett.
Is Hoda Kotb switching teams?
The Today star, who co-hosts the morning show's fourth hour with Kathie Lee Gifford, is on ABC's short list to join The View, The New York Post reports.
Kotb, 48, is being eyed to replace...
Jenny McCarthy is officially joining The View and will make her debut on the daytime talk show in September, ABC announced Monday.
"We are delighted that Jenny will be joining us as a permanent co-host on The View starting in September," co-host Barbara Walters said in a statement.
Elisabeth Hasselbeck, Barbara Walters
Elisabeth Hasselbeck has officially said her farewell to The View.
On Wednesday morning, Hasselbeck — who walked on stage arm-and-arm with Barbara Walters — confirmed it was her final day on the ABC daytime program and that she'd be joining the couch on Fox and Friends in September.
Elisabeth Hasselbeck is leaving The View for Fox News, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Hasselbeck, who joined The View in 2002 as a replacement for Lisa Ling, will exit the ABC daytime series and join FOX & Friends as a co-host. Hasselback will replace...
Recurring guest host Jenny McCarthy might be moving to The View full-time, Us Weekly reports.
Barbara Walters' daughter, Jacqueline Danforth, was arrested early Sunday in Naples, Fla., on suspicion of driving under the influence, TMZ reports.
Another May weekend, another deluge of season finales — though none are likely to blow the mind with as much daring, panache and imaginative fervor as BBC America's gloriously inventive Doctor Who (Saturday, 8/7c), which signs off until next time-travel with one of its trippiest yet emotionally powerful episodes to date. Steven Moffat's typically clever script, brimming with colorful incident and characters grandly heroic or villainous, finds a nifty way to salute the 50-year history of Doctors as we learn more about the impossibly irrepressible companion Clara (the smashing Jenna-Louise Coleman), first seen in a cosmic haze — "I don't know where I am ... Sometimes I think I'm everywhere at once" — with only one constant to guide her: "I have to save the Doctor." That same impulse prompts lizard lady Vastra, her wife Jenny and the stalwart Strax to summon Clara to a psychic conference call, interrupted by the menacing "Whisper Men" (reminiscent of the ghoulish Gentlemen from Buffy's classic "Hush" episode).
Barbara Walters was greeted with a standing ovation on The View Monday, in the wake of news that she would be officially announcing her retirement on the program. And Walters wasted no time in doing so, making the announcement over a video retrospective of her career in journalism that highlighted her positions on the Today show, ABC News and 20/20, as well as The View.