La Toya Jackson. Meat Loaf. Joan Rivers. Gene Simmons. Over the last five seasons, Celebrity Apprentice has played host to some of the most wild and unpredictable celebrities on the planet.
But only one was an "angel in an Earth suit."
Photos: TV's worst-dressed characters
That's right! Gary Busey is...
Joan Rivers caused quite a stir this week, drawing the attention of the Anti-Defamation League after making a joke about the Holocaust on Fashion Police, Gawker reports.
During Monday's post-Oscars episode, Rivers...
Pioneers of Television
If I counted right, you can hear Betty White say "I'm the luckiest broad on two feet" at least three times during the course of the "Funny Ladies" retrospective that kicks off a new season of PBS' Pioneers of Television (check tvguide.com listings). Who could or would want to doubt her? The evidence is right there in clips and stills from this living legend's earliest TV appearances in the 1940s and '50s, establishing her as a versatile broadcaster and gung-ho performer even before Lucille Ball made us fall in love with her — and blazing a trail for all who would follow.
Bret Michaels, Gary Busey
You're hired — again! Fourteen former Celebrity Apprentice contestants will return to the boardroom for the show's upcoming all-star season.
Wuff! Wuff! Wuff!
Arsenio Hall is returning to late-night eight years after The Arsenio Hall Show left the air.
Hall, 56, is developing a new show with CBS Television Distribution that would debut in Fall 2013. So far, the show is...
Imagine a TV world where the late-night comedy audience is not fragmented in a clutter of Dave or Jay or Stewart/Colbert, Conan, the Jimmys and Craig.
Andy Cohen and Joan Rivers
Whitney Houston was a favorite target of Joan Rivers', but the funnywoman acknowledges that it's inappropriate to mock the singer right now. After Houston died Saturday, E! pulled a ...
Our top moments of the week:
13. Most Bitter Reminiscence: During an appearance on The Tonight Show, Madonna, a newly minted director, confesses that in her acting days, she really hated auditioning. "I really sucked at some," she says. when Jay Leno presses for details, she crosses her arms like a petulant child. "I'm not telling," she says. She does, however, offer a hint: "You audition for something, like, eight times ... It's like a kind of torture ... and I ended up not getting the part and that's not very pleasant. I have a voodoo doll of that director." We've got fifty bucks that says that...
Charlie Sheen will be roasted on Comedy Central — on the same night that the revamped Two and a Half Men premieres.
The Comedy Central Roast of Charlie Sheen will air Monday, Sept. 19 at 10/9c — an hour after Season 9 of Men, with Sheen replacement Ashton Kutcher, debuts on CBS. The special will be taped Saturday, Sept. 10 in Los Angeles.
CBS sets premiere dates
"You could say I've been providing ...
Kathy Griffin's televised skewering of the royal wedding, Kathy Griffin's Insightful and Hilarious Take on the Royal Wedding, will air the same day as the nuptials, Friday, April 29, at 8/7c on the TV Guide Network. The self-appointed Princess of Inappropriate took a few minutes to fill us in on the dressed-down vibe of her Take, the expert panel that will accompany her and why Prince William's male-pattern baldness does nothing to thwart his hotness...