Everyone loves Betty White, but not Cloris Leachman.
"I'm so sick of Betty White," Leachman said at the Television Critics Association's fall previews on Tuesday. "Never liked her."
The 84-year-old actress, who plays a wild, chest-baring granny in Fox's new fall comedy Raising Hope, commandeered the show's session, forcing co-star...
What's the story with Brad Ellis, the silent accompanist who backs up the Glee kids week in and week out? Series co-creator and executive producer Ryan Murphy said he's only ever given Ellis one direction: "You hate those kids."
Charlie Sheen won't be going to prison. After pleading guilty to third-degree domestic violence, he was sentenced Monday to 30 days in rehab, The Associated Press reports.
The news seemed to suit Sheen just fine; as he exited the courthouse, he told TMZ, "I'm going to...
There are plenty of protagonists with secret lives on TV these days, but eventually the jig is up. Betty Draper knows about Dick Whitman. Nurse Jackie's husband and Walter White's wife have found out about their spouses' dealings with drugs. So how long will we have to wait before the double life of Robert/Bob Allen, the con man at the center of Fox's new family drama Lone Star, is discovered?
It's no spoiler to say that by the end of the first episode, several characters are already suspicious of Robert/Bob's comings and goings.
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"If we're lucky enough to be back next year, something will have to be significantly changed," says Amy Lippman (Party of Five), one of the show's executive producers...
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The two-hour premiere of AMC's conspiracy thriller Rubicon delivered 2 million viewers Sunday, making it the highest-rated series debut in the network's history.
Yes, an Arrested Development movie is still in the works, and series creator Mitch Hurwitz is still excited about it.
"We very much loved working on Arrested, and that's why we do want to make the movie," Hurwitz said.
But Hurwitz has also moved on to something new, a Fox comedy called Running Wilde.