Remember Courtney Stodden? She's the 17-year-old aspiring country singer/reality star/celebrity who stirred up controversy when she married 51-year-old Lost star Doug Hutchison in June.
ABC has officially canceled its Charlie's Angels remake. Production has shut down, but the show will continue to air for the time being, TVGuide.com has learned.
Larry Hagman has been diagnosed with cancer, but doctors have told him it's a highly treatable form that might not impact his return as TV baddie J.R. Ewing on TNT's upcoming Dallas reboot.
Hagman, who turned 80 last month, is still set to report to work on October 17, when production begins on the revived primetime soap. Hagman is confirmed to appear in at least the first four episodes, and it's likely he'll appear in more beyond that. It's unclear whether he'll need to take any time off while undergoing treatment. Insiders say there's a chance that he'll be able to continue on the show in some sort of capacity throughout the first season, which wraps production at the end of January.
Best in the Business
Ben Bailey is hopping out of the Cash Cab and into the American workforce for a brand new series of Discovery specials.
Best in the Business (premiering Wednesday, November 23 at 10pm/ET) features Bailey hosting a series of competitions between everyday workers to see who reigns supreme in their chosen craft. Contests include a race between oyster shuckers and a duel pitting blacksmiths against each other to create a usable corkscrew in the fastest time.
Here comes the Injustice League! In tonight's episode of Cartoon Network's Young Justice, a secret society of super villains emerges — and there's some cool voice casting on the roster. Star Trek: The Next Generation's Brent Spiner (who appeared on last night's Big Bang Theory) stars as the Joker, while Charmed vet Alyssa Milano plays Poison Ivy.
"Here comes the bad part."
When you hear ominous words like these in a show as unflinchingly graphic and terrifying as AMC's The Walking Dead (Sunday, 9/8c), you know you're in trouble. Bad, of course, meaning good and gruesome — just how a zombie-phile likes it. Following a long hiatus and behind-the-scenes tumult including the departure of co-creator/director Frank Darabont, Dead returns very much alive and kicking, the gut-wrenching highlight of another busy TV weekend.
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Going into the second season of OWN's documentary-style series Our America, which premieres Sunday at 10/9c, host Lisa Ling will always remember the moment from Season 1 when she sat beside a man who admitted to sexually abusing two young girls under the age of 10.
Whitney Houston refused to buckle her seatbelt onboard a Delta flight from Atlanta on Wednesday, People has confirmed.