Paula Abdul, Mary Murphy
The Hot Tamale train might be departing So You Think You Can Dance for good.
According to Deadline, Mary Murphy is considering exiting the Fox reality show. And though no formal discussions have been held yet, Fox and SYTYCD producers are eyeing Paula Abdul to replace her.
Fox has canceled The X Factor as Simon Cowell has departed for The X Factor U.K., the network announced Friday.
The news comes hours after...
On Saturday, Sasheer Zamata will make her debut as Saturday Night Live's newest cast member and we can't wait to see what the Upright Citizens Brigade alum will bring to the sketch series.
Thankfully, the Internet exists and we don't have to. Zamata's website and YouTube channel offer glimpses of what we can expect when she hits the stage — with host and musical guest Drake — this weekend.
Despite this season's low ratings, Simon Cowell is confident that The X Factor will be back for a fourth season. But whether he will return as a judge next year is a whole different story.
"The show will be back next season," Cowell told reporters on a conference call Monday, according to Deadline. "As to my role on it, I might have a...
It's never too late for a coming-of-age ceremony — at least not for Paula Abdul.
The singer and former American Idol judge is spending some time in Israel to connect with her Jewish roots, and is planning a "belated bat mitzvah," The Associated Press reports.
Aaron Turner, Amy Yakima, Jasmine Harper and Fik-Shun
So You Think You Can Dance has crowned America's two favorite dancers ... and they won't be the last!
"Fox [has] commissioned Season 11!" executive producer and judge Nigel Lythgoe declared part-way through the dance competition's Season 10 finale Tuesday night.
Arsenio Hall returned to late-night TV Monday with the premiere of The Arsenio Hall Show. To help kick the show off, Paula Abdul surprised the host with some uplifting words.
Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Barbara Walters
Our top moments of the week:
13. Worst Parody: Thanks to MTV, getting Catfish-ed is all the rage. So when Betty White reunites with her Mary Tyler Moore Show co-star Ed Asner on her prank show Off Their Rockers, they poke fun at the downfalls of online dating. But the parody goes quickly from "aw" to "ew" when Asner and White realize that neither is who they said they were online. What should they do next? "I don't know," Asner says, "but my little blue pill is starting to...
Remember when ABC Sports used to go "up close and personal" in its profiles of athletic greats? In its terrific new "Nine for IX" series of documentaries about women's accomplishments in sports, ESPN Films applies that same intimate, emotional style to a true legend of college basketball, University of Tennessee coach Pat Summitt, in the video love letter Pat XO (Tuesday, 8/7c, ESPN). Produced by Good Morning America's Robin Roberts, this entertaining collage of testimonials from players and colleagues — with Summitt's grown son Tyler providing an emotional narrative thread — is underscored with sadness in the wake of her diagnosis last year with early-onset Alzheimer's...
After 10 seasons, Paula Abdul will finally make her debut as a guest judge on So You Think You Can Dance Tuesday, Fox announced Monday.
"It's the girl I've...