Brooke Mueller and Charlie Sheen
Charlie Sheen has filed for divorce from Brooke Mueller, The Associated Press reports.
According to the documents, which were filed Monday in Los Angeles, Sheen cited irreconcilable differences, stating the couple separated...
Renée Felice Smith
NCIS: Los Angeles has made Renée Felice Smith a series regular, CBS announced Monday.
Smith joined the cast this season in the recurring role of intelligence analyst Nell Jones, whose...
Ever wish you could be a part of Carly Shay's popular web series on iCarly?
In a game that's based on the Nickelodeon show and coming out Nov. 16, players can interact with different parts of the series, from hanging with Carly, Sam and Freddie, to exploring the different featured locations.
Jennifer Love Hewitt
Jennifer Love Hewitt is stepping behind the camera to develop a comedy at ABC, a network rep confirms.
ABC has ordered a script for Bad Taste in Men from Hewitt and writer Austin Weinberg. The comedy follows...
AMC's new zombie drama The Walking Dead debuted to 5.3 million viewers, the largest audience for any original series on the network.
"It's a good day to be dead," said AMC President Charlie Collier. "We are so proud of this series, its depth of storytelling and...
Slash and wife Perla Ferrar
Former Guns N' Roses guitarist Slash has called off his divorce from wife Perla Ferrar, according to People.
The 45-year-old rocker filed a request for dismissal of the divorce papers with Los Angeles County Superior Court. The move comes two months after ...
America loves a comeback story and few can compete with the tumultuous rise, fall and return of Marion Jones. Once a media darling, the disgraced Olympic sprinter lost the five medals she won at the 2000 Summer Games after admitting she used performance-enhancing drugs. When Jones had previously lied about that to federal investigators (as well as her role in a check-fraud case), she was sentenced to six months in prison. After a difficult incarceration that included a demoralizing seven-week stint in solitary confinement, she was ...
Though the Cleavers, Bradys and Sopranos have all left us, the small screen is still filled with fun and interesting families: the cops on Blue Bloods, the wacky but warm-hearted Chances from Raising Hope, the Dunphy household of Modern Family, and even — 22-seasons-old and still going strong — television's first animated clan, the Simpsons. Out of all these, which TV family would you most want to be a part of? Sound off in our poll!