Lindsay Lohan has bailed out of jail hours after starting her sentence.
The 24-year-old was released late Friday night after posting $300,000 bail, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department spokesman Steve Whitmore told TVGuide.com.
Lohan was sentenced ...
Sesame Street producer Carol-Lynne Parente said she had no idea a clip from the show featuring Katy Perry in a low-cut shirt would draw so much criticism, and defended the pop singer's appearance.
"We would never produce anything we thought was inappropriate. We were surprised not only by the amount of feedback, but how...
Hope you all enjoyed the premiere! What'd you think?
I thought our dance was great. It felt great. I think we carried out our plan: We came out strong, but are not the front-runner. I told Brandy that I don't want the pressure of having to be the best right away. We made our statement and we can continue ...
The Big Bang Theory
The Big Bang Theory emerged victorious from the first hotly contested Thursday night of the fall TV season, leading CBS to a ratings win, according to overnight Nielsen estimates.
Big Bang, in its Thursday debut, drew 14 million viewers and improved over its Monday season premiere a year ago among the adults-18-to-49 demographic. The strong start also lifted...
MTV just can't let go of Lauren Conrad, the girl next door from Laguna Beach who became a tabloid fixture and the network's biggest star with the advent of The Hills.
Conrad announced Friday that she will soon be...
This week's column is dedicated to the memory of Mrs. Ida Blankenship, Don Draper's hilariously cantankerous executive secretary on Mad Men who died at her desk, "like she lived, surrounded by the people she answers phones for," according to Roger Sterling's snarky instant eulogy. Her former swain/boss Bert Cooper saw a bigger, more admiring picture: "She was born in 1898 in a barn, she died on the 37th floor of a skyscraper. She's an astronaut." Also, according to Roger's apparently unpublishable memoirs, a one-time "queen of perversions." Randee Heller's spot-on performance of this old-school gatekeeper, a relic of a time before feminism was on anyone's radar...
CSI: NY had a unique set of challenges heading into its seventh season. The show was moving to Friday nights, where the writers would have to figure out how to resolve last season's "shot in the dark" cliff-hanger involving serial killer Shane Casey (guest star Edward Furlong) and married CSIs Danny (Carmine Giovinazzo) and Lindsay (Anna Belknap) Messer.
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Then series star Melina Kanakaredes, who played Detective Stella Bonasera since the show premiered, quit just weeks before production began. "We had written six scripts over the break," executive producer Pam Veasey tells TVGuide.com. "We developed stories that were ready to prep for shooting, and all of them involved Stella. Then, the fallout happened."
Veasey says after three days of intense phone calls, she found the cloud's silver lining: Emmy and Golden Globe winner Sela Ward signed on to replace Kanakaredes on the show...