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The fourth season premiere heralds a homecoming, albeit a really late one, for Abby (Hannah Spearritt) and Connor (Andrew Lee Potts), who return from the Cretaceous period to find out the hard way that most employers don't like it when you take off for a year, even if your excuse is that you were stuck in the ancient past. — Michael Chant
Read on for previews Tournament of Roses Parade, Oprah's Guide to OWN: The New Oprah Winfrey Network, Capital One Bowl, NHL Hockey, Great Performances and Suze Orman Show.
Oprah Winfrey is kicking off 2011 with the launch of her new network, and the slate of new programming for the first day features everyone from Jay-Z to sex therapist Dr. Laura Berman.
The Oprah Winfrey Network, which will air on what used to be Discovery Health in 85 million homes, will broadcast specials, original documentaries and acquired movies alongside 22 announced original series, many of which will be previewed on New Year's Day. Check our hour-by-hour guide of what to expect from the launch of OWN.
Lindsay Lohan will check out of rehab after three months next Tuesday, her father told CNN.
The actress voluntarily entered the Betty Ford clinic on Sept. 27, three days after she violated her probation with a failed drug test. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Elden Fox allowed the 24-year-old to stay in rehab instead of going to jail for the violation, but set her earliest release date for ...
Discovery Networks said it has indefinitely canceled plans to air a reenactment of the autopsy on Michael Jackson's body, according to Reuters.
The decision comes after the late pop singer's estate and many of Jackson's fans expressed outrage about the special.
Michael Jackson estate, fans ask Discovery not to air autopsy special
"Given the commencement of legal proceedings beginning next week, and at the request of Michael Jackson's estate, the scheduled broadcast of the medical documentary related to Michael Jackson's official autopsy has been
After nearly 4,500 broadcasts on CBS, long-time Early Show anchor Harry Smith signed off the morning program for the last time Friday.
Smith's final edition featured a look back at his combined 17 years at the morning anchor desk. He described his feeling as "one of gratitude, absolute gratitude" and he thanked his family for dealing with his ...
The Internal Revenue Service has placed a lien on Val Kilmer's property as the result of nearly $500,000 he owes in federal taxes, according to The Associated Press.
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The lien was filed last month on the Batman Forever star's Santa Fe, N.M. property, which includes the 5,300-acre Pecos River Ranch he is trying to sell for $18.5 million. Kilmer, who has lived in New Mexico for two decades, originally put the ranch on the market for $33 million in 2009.
The IRS says