Tom Bosley, who played the gruff but lovable Mr. C on Happy Days, and whose stable demeanor made him one of TV's ultimate father figures, has died. He was 83.
Bosley had been battling lung cancer but died of heart failure at his home in Palm Springs, Calif., early Tuesday, his agent, Sheryl Abrams,
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Bosley's Happy Days character, Howard Cunningham, was constantly distracted from...
Shannon Woodward, Raising Hope
You may not know Shannon Woodward's name just yet, but that's about to change. On Raising Hope, she's proving a standout as Sabrina, the mischievous love interest of young dad Jimmy Chance (Lucas Neff). (Catch a re-airing of the pilot tonight at 9:01/8:01c on Fox).
One person who's already a fan? Singer Katy Perry, Woodward's bestie...
Dancing With The Stars
If you thought that dancing to iconic TV theme songs on Monday night's Dancing With the Stars would give the performers a leg up because they already knew the music, you'd be wrong.
In fact, most the Dancing pros — and at least one star — were either too young or living in a foreign country when American television hits such as Bewitched and Hill Street Blues were on the air. "I had no idea what that song was," says pro Cheryl Burke, who was born in 1984 and danced to Hill Street Blues, which aired from 1981-1987...
Mike & Molly
Are there really men the size of Mike (Mike & Molly's Billy Gardell) on the police force? Do they not have to pass a physical? —Carol Osika, Emerald Isle, N.C.
"Police recruits entering the academy are required to pass a physical and several fitness tests before graduating," confirms Roderick Drew of the Chicago PD...
A mother of a 15-year-old girl has filed a $3 million lawsuit against Tyra Banks, claiming that her child appeared on a teen sex addicts-themed episode of Banks' talk show in 2009 without her permission, according to The Associated Press.
In the suit, Beverly McClendon says the show contacted her daughter on her cell phone after ...
Start spreading the news. Patti Stanger is storming New York for her fourth season of Millionaire Matchmaker (Tuesday, 9/8c, Bravo), but from what Los Angeles' most caustic Cupid tells us, she doesn't exactly have it made in Manhattan when it comes to her East Coast clients. Here, she lets loose on the core issues plaguing the Big Apple's moneyed singletons...
Jeers to The Talk for filling an hour of daytime TV with not-so-hot air.
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CBS' new View wannabe got off to an awkward start, to say the least. Despite Julie Chen's insistence that she and her five — count 'em! — cohosts had "instant chemistry," mostly it just came off as forced merriment....