A living will shows Gary Coleman ordered that he be kept on life support for at least 15 days, according to court documents obtained by CNN.
The Diff'rent Strokes actor died May 28 at 42. He was taken off life support by ex-wife Shannon Price one day after he became...
Anna Torv, Kate Walsh, Alexander Skarsgard
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I can't wait to see how the new season of Fringe goes down. What have you heard? — Martha
MICKEY: As it did in Season 1, the Fringe division will have an in-house adversary, a powerful government official who thinks Agent Broyles gives his team far too much latitude. Her actions will complicate things for Walter & Co., who will already be burdened by the secret sabotage of Nolivia (the "over-there" Olivia).
Can I have some Addison-and-Sam Private Practice scoop, please? — Jamie
ADAM: Well, series star Kate Walsh is thrilled by the coupling, but she hopes the new season will show
President Barack Obama called the BP oil spill "the worst environmental disaster America has ever faced" in a Tuesday night broadcast that dominated the airwaves with real-life prime-time drama. His use of the Oval Office address, reserved for only the most serious presidential pronouncements, suggested he would approach the cleanup campaign like a war...
Teen sailor Abby Sunderland, who was rescued from her solo sailing trip halfway across the world, defended her parents Tuesday, including her father, who has said he was trying to develop a reality show for his daughter.
"I think that a lot of people are judging me by the standards they have for their teens and other teens that they know ... and thinking 'she's exactly like them,'" Sunderland told The Associated Press in her first interview since being rescued. "They don't understand that I've sailed my whole life and I do know what I'm doing out there...
ABC's high-tension new reality series Downfall doesn't premiere until next week, but we've got your first look.
Chris Jericho to host ABC's Downfall
Hosted by WWE superstar Chris Jericho, the game show takes place atop a 10-story building in Los Angeles. Contestants must answer questions against a clock to win prizes and a shot at $1 million.
In each round, if contestants fail to answer fast enough, they'll see a conveyor belt moving facsimiles of their prizes to the edge of the roof, so they'll plummet and be destroyed. The contestants can back up the conveyor belt, however, by putting either their own personal possessions or family members at risk of going off the roof.
Downfall premieres Tuesday, June 22 at 9/8c on ABC. Watch the video after the jump...
The Bachelorette - Ali Fedotowsky, Kasey
It's one thing to walk a few miles on crutches to prove your love; it's another to do something permanent. In this week's Bachelorette, Kasey was determined to show Ali that his feelings were genuine after she questioned them. He went out and got a tattoo to resemble his promise to "guard and protect her heart." Host Chris Harrison spoke to TVGuide.com about the tattoo and explained why Chris N. keeps getting a rose but has yet to get any screen time.
TVGuide.com: So Kasey and the Weatherman didn't obey your ban on guitars for the season.
Chris Harrison: See what happens,
True Blood's new season is off to a strong start.
The HBO vampire drama's Season 3 premiere on Sunday drew 5.1 million viewers, a 38 percent increase over the Season 2 debut and a 19 percent improvement over the Season 2 average. Including numbers for the Sunday night encore broadcast, the show drew a total of 6.4 million viewers...
For the second time in four months, another one of Charlie Sheen's Mercedes has gone off the side of a cliff.
Charlie Sheen's car reported stolen, found crashed in ravine
The Los Angeles Police Department told TVGuide.com that it received a call early Tuesday about a vehicle over a cliff near Mulholland Drive. Officers checked the license plate and it turned out that Sheen was the owner.
Conrad Murray, the doctor charged with involuntary manslaughter in Michael Jackson's death, will keep his California medical license.
Judge Michael Pastor on Monday told the courtroom that, because a previous judge only restricted Murray's use of sedatives, he did not have the authority to fully suspend the doctor's license, Reuters reported.