The Wonder Years
It seems like old times in the Arnold family kitchen.
The Wonder Years cast recently reunited for the first time in 16 years to reflect on the series, which is coming to DVD for the first time through StarVista Entertainment/Time Life.
The Wonder Years
What would you do if I told you there was a Wonder Years reunion happening? Would you stand up and walk out on me? Because it's true!
The cast of the beloved series...
Fred and Jennifer Savage
It's a very good week to be a Savage.
On the heels of the news that his baby brother Ben had signed on to star in the Boy Meets World spin-off pilot, Fred Savage and his wife have welcomed their third child....
Best Friends Forever, Jessica St. Clair and Lennon Parham
In real life, Jessica St. Clair and Lennon Parham are pals and writing partners. On TV, they play "Jessica" and "Lennon," the two besties who move back in together, along with Lennon's ...
Brian Austin Green
Brian Austin Green is getting Happy Endings.
The Beverly Hills, 90210 alum will appear in the season finale as a guest at the wedding of Penny's gay best friend Derrick (Stephen Guarino), TVGuide.com has confirmed. Entertainment Weekly first reported the news.
Find out why Happy Endings landed in our Top Moments of the week
There's a slight twist on how his character will attend, though...
Happy Endings had all the ingredients for a quick midseason burn-off show: It premiered in April in a 10 p.m. time slot with back-to-back episodes that aired out of order. But the sharp-tongued, pop culture-referencing sitcom soon developed a devoted following to earn a surprising renewal. "I think it was the fifth episode where I was Max's beard and Penny dated [the guy named] Hitler that it started clicking," Eliza Coupe, who plays Jane, tells TVGuide.com. "It was such a well-written episode. I felt like that was when people got into it." See what else the actress has to say about the show's "amazing" (or is it "a-mah-zing"?) fans, why Brad and Jane are not the Drapers, and Jane's quest this week to find her egg baby — the child she believes was conceived from an egg she donated in college.
Fred Savage is set to direct and guest-star in an episode of Happy Endings, Entertainment Weekly reports.
The Wonder Years star will helm the second episode of ABC's sophomore comedy and...
Columbo star Peter Falk, who won four Emmys for playing the absent-minded detective, has died. He was 83.
Falk died at his Beverly Hills home Thursday evening, his family said in a statement. Falk had suffered from dementia, a result of a series of dental operations in 2007.
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A New York City native, Falk was 3 when he underwent an operation to remove a malignant tumor in his right eye that left him with a glass eye. Rejected from the armed forces because of his glass eye, he joined the United States Merchant Marines before becoming ...
On the CW's breakout hit The Vampire Diaries, Ian Somerhalder plays a nearly 170-year-old man who — perhaps unwittingly — became a vampire as a teen. Though the actor's luck has been indisputably better than that of his character, Damon Salvatore, both have had the same response to the twists in their lives: outright glee.
For Damon, that giddiness manifests itself in the smirky, wanton torment of the people who surround him. In Somerhalder, fortunately, it takes a more gracious form.
"Right now, where I am, doing what I'm doing, it's exactly where I want to be," he says.
See photos of Ian Somerhalder's career
As Vampire Diaries wraps up its first season (Thursday at 9/8c), look to learn...
Neil Patrick Harris and Fred Savage
Not all child stars end up knocking over liquor stores.
AOL TV counts down the 10 former child TV stars who aren't crackheads. Neil Patrick Harris transitioned from Doogie Howser, M.D. to How I Met Your Mother's legendary Barney Stinson. Eternal little brother Fred Savage is now a successful TV director.
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