Lifetime's upcoming Marilyn Monroe miniseries hasn't yet cast its blonde bombshell lead, but it's found her mother.
British actress Jean Kent, who starred in a number of films and television shows throughout the 1940s and '50s, died Saturday after falling at her home in England, BBC News reports. She was 92.
Smash alum Will Chase is returning to the small screen, but this time he has his sights set on a different female songstress.
Chase, who played Michael Swift aka Bombshell's original Joe DiMaggio on the NBC musical drama, has been cast on...
Rock Hudson and his wife Phyllis Gates
Rock Hudson's wife once confronted him for being gay, Judy Garland kept several caches of drugs hidden throughout her house, and Marilyn Monroe and John F. Kennedy were recorded having sex — all this according to newly uncovered files from former cop-turned-private investigator Fred Otash. The files...
Smash's April 23 episode is a good night for original tunes — and for songwriters Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman (Hairspray), who crafted a pair of ditties just for the episode.
The splashiest is a Bollywood number featuring almost the entire cast, including a few...
The Artist, Jean Dujardin
The Artist was the big winner at Saturday's Independent Spirit Awards with four wins, including Best Feature.
In what might be a portent of Sunday's Academy Awards, Jean Dujardin took home to the trophy for Best Male Lead for his portrayal of Hollywood silent era star George Valentin. The French actor recently won a BAFTA, Cannes Film Festival award, SAG and Golden Globe for the role.
Megan Hilty and Debra Messing
How far will Smash's Ivy Lynn go to win the part of Marilyn Monroe?
"She's dying to make that next step and she's willing to do just about anything to make it happen," Megan Hilty tells TVGuide.com. "Some people [aka Ivy] go a little farther than others."
Katharine McPhee, Megan Hilty
Resist the urge to pigeonhole or, worse, dismiss NBC's Smash as a "Glee for grownups." It's more original and exciting than that, bringing a thrilling charge of bold creative energy to network TV's mid-season that the fall largely lacked. Smash (premiering tonight at 10/9c, and maybe you caught wind of it during the Super Bowl?) is a musical show-stopper, a lavish and dishy wallow in the glittery yet ...
Wallace Shawn, Leighton Meester, John Shea
Blair Waldorf's big day has finally arrived! But who's she marrying... or not marrying? We won't spoil that surprise (and let's be honest, these days it could be anyone — Louis, Dan, Chuck...), but we can share a few fun tidbits from Gossip Girl's milestone 100th episode (Monday at 8/7c on The CW).
Amy Poehler and Tina Fey
Our roundup of the most memorable moments of the Golden Globes:
17. Best Dose of Irreverence: Prankster Tina Fey can't resist photo-bombing good friend/competition Amy Poehler as her name is read among the nominees for Best Comedy/Musical TV Actress.
16. Most Endearing Acceptance Speech: Ludovic Bource, who wins Best Film Score for The Artist, begins his speech by apologizing for being French. His charming English acceptance speech, though, loses nothing in the translation. "I'm better with music than words," he says tentatively. "Right now if I were to write a song, it would be a tap-dance number." He seals the speech with a big sweet kiss for his family.