Mothers, watch out for your sons. Martha Stewart is on the dating prowl.
Macy's has finally responded to a petition seeking the company to fire Donald Trump after it was reported that he makes a birther joke in an upcoming Christmas ad for the department store: They will not "Dump Trump."
"Macy's marketing and merchandise offerings are...
He's fired hundreds of people on TV, but Donald Trump could be getting the boot next.
MoveOn.org has started an online petition asking Macy's to "Dump Trump" as a spokesperson after it was reported that the...
Martha Stewart is executive-producing a sitcom for Fox based on an upcoming book titled The Tao Of Martha, TVGuide.com has confirmed. Deadline.com first reported the news.
Check out this week's sweep roundup to find out what's in store for your favorite TV shows
Around the World in 80 Plates
Those Magical Elves have done it again. The producers who helped put Bravo on the map with the original Project Runway and Top Chef have revitalized the seemingly exhausted cooking-competition format with a new winner that smartly combines elements of The Amazing Race and even Survivor. Though not initially quite as exotic as BBC America's new No Kitchen Required, the kitchen culture-clash possibilities appear endless in Bravo's instantly addictive Around the World in 80 Plates (10/9c).
Beth Behrs has a secret. Up until a few weeks ago, she'd never baked a single cupcake. "I'm not very savvy in the kitchen," she reveals coyly. "We're around them all day, everyday [on set] and one Sunday I was learning lines for a cupcake-heavy episode and thought, 'I'm going to bake cupcakes.' But I have to admit, it was a Betty Crocker mix."
Martha Stewart, Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs
Will she get down 'n' dirty and talk about her lady parts? Martha Stewart hints that viewers "might be shocked" when she appears as herself on the May 7 finale of CBS' raunchy 2 Broke Girls. Cupcake entrepreneurs "Max and Caroline want my seal of approval, so they come to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and crash the great costume ball," Stewart says. "They have a cupcake for me to taste — maple and bacon, my favorite combination."
Private Practice, Mad Men, Glee
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NATALIE: Erica's inevitable demise will be the first parenting challenge for Charlotte and Cooper. "Their principal concern is Mason's psychological well-being in dealing with her [death]," Paul Adelstein says. "He said goodbye to her, but she's still alive and he knows she's still alive, so as much resolution as there was, that actually causes some problems. Then they're going to have a grieving child, and they're going to be grieving themselves, so it's a big challenge for them."
It's odd, but I missed Betty in the Mad Men premiere. When will be seeing her? — Ashley
ADAM: Don't worry, Ashley, Betty is in Sunday's episode. And...
Bully will no longer be bullied.
Following a celebrity-backed campaign and a petition signed by nearly 500,000 bullied students, the award-winning documentary Bully will be released on March 30 as an "unrated" film; MPAA initial stuck the movie with an R rating.
The documentary directed by Lee Hirsch shines a light on America's bullying crisis by following five of the 13 million American children affected by it each year.
Attorneys David Boies and Ted Olsen suggested a lawsuit against the MPAA after learning of the Change.org petition started three weeks ago by Katy Butler, a 17-year-old openly lesbian high school student. The campaign...
An all-star legal team is taking on the MPAA in an attempt to overturn the R rating assigned to the documentary Bully.