Some American idiots, a man who walked on the Wild Side, and the goofy drummer for one of the all-time greatest bands will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame next year, the institution announced Monday.
Things have gotten so bleak on AMC's The Walking Dead that it's not always easy to tell the walking wounded from the actual zombies. Which is part of the point as the fourth season resumes with the beleaguered survivors of the prison battle scattered to the winds — so much so that in this week's episode (Sunday, 9/8c), written by Robert Kirkman ...
It's quite a week for those who enjoy rugged armchair escapism of the historical epic variety. First came the three nights of Discovery's enjoyable gold-rush melodrama Klondike (repeated in its entirety on Saturday, starting at 9:30 am/8:30c), during which Jack London (played by Johnny Simmons) is heard rhapsodizing, "What you're looking at here is a walking, talking novel," as he surveys the squalor and violent desperation teeming throughout Dawson City, the miniseries' Yukon frontier setting.
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What better time to wig out than Halloween?!
On Thursday's new episode of White Collar (9/8c, USA), Mozzie (Willie Garson) must craft a new look for himself after he came face-to-face with Neal's new handler, Agent David Seigel (Warren Kole), last week at one of his...
Tony Sheridan, who fronted the Beatles on their first recording, died Saturday in Hamburg, Germany. He was 72.
Sir Paul McCartney and Nancy Shevell
Paul McCartney got married for the third time, this time to New York businesswoman Nancy Shevell in London.
The couple, who have been dating since 2007 and engaged since May, exchanged "I dos" at the Old Marylebone Town Hall, which was opened Sunday especially for the ceremony, People reports.
Paul McCartney to wed longtime girlfriend
The bride wore a long-sleeved, V-neck, knee-length ivory dress and shoes designed by new stepdaughter, Stella McCartney, who also designed her dad's navy blue suit. The former Beatles' youngest child, 7-year-old Beatrice, served as...
Clarence Clemons, the longtime saxophone player for Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band, has died. He was 69.
Clemons — also known as the "Big Man" — died Saturday from complications of a stroke he suffered a week earlier at his home in Singer Island, Fla. He had been in serious but stable condition and underwent two surgeries.
"Clarence lived a wonderful life. He carried within him a love of people that made them love him. He created a wondrous and extended family. He loved the saxophone, loved our fans and gave everything he had every night he stepped on stage," Springsteen said in a statement posted on his website. "His loss is...
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Country princess Taylor Swift kept her awards mojo going, with...
Linkin Park, George Lopez, Katy Perry, Smokey Robinson and Ringo Starr have been added to the lineup for Wednesday's announcement of Grammy nominations.
TV Guide Network's Look-A-Like winner gets Katy Perry makeover
Rapper and NCIS: Los Angeles star LL Cool J will host The Grammy Nominations Concert Live (CBS, 9/8c)...
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Season 6 American Idol Jordin Sparks will appear on Fox's Talkshow with Spike Feresten on Jan. 19, to perform "Tattoo," the first single from her self-titled debut.... An upcoming Late Show with David Letterman guest will be Democratic presidential candidate Sen. John Edwards (Jan. 22) .... The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson will feature Ringo Starr (Jan. 24).... Rent, which after more than a dozen years of performances is the seventh-longest-running show in Broadway history, will shut its doors after June 1.