Convicted — and then acquitted — killer Amanda Knox could possibly face another conviction, after last month's ruling by the Italian Supreme Court.
The highest court ruled Knox's previous acquittal for the murder conviction of old roommate Meredith Kircher was suspended. Thus, a new trial will begin.
Zooey Deschanel and Dylan O'Brien
Everyone's losing it — or more to the point, remembering how they lost it — on one of this season's more uproarious episodes of Fox's New Girl, a reminder of just how potent the comic chemistry can be between Zooey Deschanel and her BFFs when they all hang together, sharing embarrassing stories (some more mortifying than others) about how their "innocence" (such as it never was) was stolen. This episode (Tuesday, 8:58/7:58c) will be especially enjoyable for fans of Max Greenfield's Fat Schmidt slapstick and for those who've been waiting for Lamorne Morris' Winston to emerge from the sidelines and get some major LOL action. Jess (Deschanel) starts the trip down Painful Memory Lane with glimpses from Prom Night, which brings suitors including Teen Wolf's Dylan O'Brien (Stiles!) into her life. But it's Winston's grotesque hook-up and Fat Schmidt's messy night in college with the girlfriend who would become Merritt Wever (from Nurse Jackie) that you're likely to remember. All that and another great payoff at the end. No sophomore slump for this show.
Diane Sawyer, Amanda Knox
Amanda Knox, the exchange student who was convicted of murdering her roommate in Italy in 2007 and saw the conviction overturned four years later, will sit down for an interview with Diane Sawyer, according to the Hollywood Reporter. It will be the first time Knox has been interviewed since returning to the United States in October 2011.
Is Diane Sawyer already planning an exit strategy?
Less than four years after taking over ABC World News, the longtime TV journalist is said to be considering retiring later this year, The New York Daily News reports.
"She has discussed with a few close friends and some people at ABC that she is....
Gabby Giffords, Mark Kelly, Diane Sawyer
ABC World News will air a sit-down interview with former Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords on the two-year anniversary of her shooting, ABC announced Sunday.
Giffords, along with her husband, astronaut Mark Kelly, spoke to....
Karl Rove, Jon Stewart
Our top moments of the week:
15. Impeccable Timing Award: After what host Jeff Probst calls the most "complicated" and "entertaining" Tribal Council ever, former MLB player Jeff Kent is voted off Survivor: Philippines, a result of him betraying his alliance. But even more surprising than Jeff's ouster is his hilariously timely rant afterward, during which he points out that the show's $1 million prize is really only "600 grand after Obama takes it." It's all the more funny since the show was filmed earlier this year and his elimination just happened to air the day after Barack Obama's re-election.
14. Laziest Rip-Off: Ted proposes to Victoria on How I Met Your Mother after she...
Was Diane Sawyer just tired during her marathon election coverage for ABC Tuesday night... or something else?
"Diane Sawyer's name is trending. Many people saying she seems drunk on air," New York Times reporter Brian Stelter, who was in the ABC control room at the time, tweeted. "Alternative theory: She gets this way when she's really tired."
Barack Obama, Mitt Romney
Election Day is finally here! And your favorite Tuesday night shows will step aside for wall-to-wall results coverage. Not sure what to watch when? Check out our roundup below to see what the networks have planned (all times Eastern):
Good Morning America co-host Robin Roberts underwent a bone marrow transplant Thursday as part of her treatment for MDS, a rare blood disorder.
Before the transplant, Roberts released a video message thanking her fans for their support.
Good Morning America's Robin Roberts will begin medical leave to have a bone marrow transplant at the end of this week, she announced Monday.