Diane Sawyer, Hillary Clinton
Hillary Clinton did her best to remain diplomatic during an interview with Diane Sawyeron Monday, during which the ABC reporter didn't pull any punches.
Sawyer couldn't help but bring up Monica Lewinsky's recent Vanity Fair essay about her life since the presidential scandal that rocked the '90s.
Oprah Winfrey, Sherri Shepherd, Barbara Walters
Barbara Walters was welcomed to her last episode of The View as co-host with a standing ovation, but the show quickly kicked into high-gear with the arrival of the first of many surprise guests: Hillary Clinton.
As soon as Clinton sat down, a shocked Walters told the former First Lady, "You know what? You look terrific here. Why don't you take my place on the show? People won't be asking you what you're doing next all the time."
Chris Pratt, Adam Scott, Amy Poehler
[WARNING: This story contains major spoilers from Thursday's season finale of Parks and Recreation. Read at your own risk!]
Parks and Recreation has become very adept at surprise storytelling. Case in point: Thursday's season finale jumped ahead three years to find Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) working in the National Parks office, which had moved to Pawnee City Hall's vacant and refurbished third floor.
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The final minute of the finale disoriented viewers — and not just because Leslie Knope had bangs. Our small-town bureaucrat had turned into a fast-paced boss dealing with some sort of media lockdown, canceling a trip to South Dakota and firing an employee named Ed (Mad Men's Jon Hamm) who was even more inept than Jerry Terry (Jim O'Heir). Leslie also had a group of people waiting for her downstairs in Ben's (Adam Scott) office to discuss something so important that the parents of three were willing to be late to Ben's big night — all mysteries which were set up for the upcoming seventh and likely final season of the NBC comedy.
What does this all mean for the show? TVGuide.com caught up with executive producer Mike Schur to get the scoop:
Amy Poehler, Billy Eichner
This week, Amy Poehler returned to Billy on the Street, and tried to fool New York City pedestrians into thinking she was Pitbull. Brian Williams returned to The Tonight Show and "rapped" "Gin and Juice," and Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton "sang" "Timber." Also, we got a first look at the first scene of Orange Is the New Black's upcoming second season, and someone counted all the F-words in The Wolf of Wall Street (but it's not what you think). Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Kerry Washington, Benedict Cumberbatch
Kerry Washington, Benedict Cumberbatch, and Orange Is the New Black creator Jenji Kohan are among the 100 Most Influential People, according to Time magazine.
Chelsea Clinton, the daughter of former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, is pregnant with her first child.
The former First Daughter, 34, announced the news during an event on Thursday, according to People. "Marc [Mezvinsky] and I are very excited that we have our first child arriving later this year," she said. "I certainly feel...
Jimmy Kimmel, The Clintons
Top this selfie, Ellen.
Jimmy Kimmel saw Ellen DeGeneres' star-studded, record-breaking Oscar photo — and raised her a former First Family.
Democratic strategist James Carville is making an interesting career move: He has joined Fox News Channel as a contributor.
"James' successful and storied career in politics over several decades is an enormous asset to FOX News," Bill Shine, the network's executive vice president of programming, said in a statement. "We are privileged to have him lend his breadth of experience, wit and dynamic perspective on the network."
Ol' Blue Eyes' (possible) son is coming to a TV near you.
Ronan Farrow, the son of Mia Farrow and possibly Frank Sinatra, has been named the host of a new weekday MSNBC show debuting early next year, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The 25-year-old, who is known for...
Hours after CNN Films scrapped its upcoming Hillary Clinton documentary, NBC has also halted its planned miniseries about the former First Lady, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
"After reviewing and prioritizing our slate of movie/miniseries development, we've decided that we will no longer...