The man found guilty of stalking Olympic gold medalist Shawn Johnson has been sent to a mental hospital for five years, according to The Associated Press.
Ryan O'Ryan was apprehended in March 2009 after breaking onto the studio lot where Dancing with the Stars is filmed. He was deemed legally insane and charged with...
Jon Hamm, Mad Men
The framed letter from President Obama hangs in the hallway outside Matt Weiner's office. "He wrote to say he enjoyed Season 3," the Mad Men creator says, giggling in disbelief. "He was congratulating me on my and the show's success, and I wanted to say, 'But wait, you're the successful person.'"
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The president was merely speaking for the quality-TV nation. In three seasons, Mad Men has gone from being a cool retro diversion to one of the most stylish, seductive shows in TV history...
Rizzoli & Isles
The premiere of Rizzoli & Isles attracted 7.6 million viewers, making it the second-biggest cable TV series debut ever.
Monday night's launch of the TNT crime drama finished slightly behind the 2008 unveiling of Raising the Bar — and it managed to...
Laura Vandervoort, Smallville
Laura Vandervoort will return for the final season of Smallville as Kara Zor-El, better known as Supergirl, a studio rep confirms.
The 25-year-old actress, who stars on ABC's remake of V, will...
When Lauren Conrad left The Hills in the middle of Season 5, MTV considered pulling the plug.
"We contemplated it," executive producer Liz Gately tells TVGuide.com. "But we felt we were midway with the Audrina-Justin Bobby story. And there was still a lot of Heidi and Spencer drama -- they had just gotten married -- and the relationships that were in flux between...
Could Mel Gibson pull an it-wasn't-me defense?
Since Friday, horrified listeners have heard recorded phone calls in which a man who sounds like the actor uses racial slurs, tells the mother of Gibson's child she deserved a recent battering, and threatens to bury her in a rose garden. A fourth call, released Wednesday, includes demands for oral sex and a threat to "burn the g------ house down."
The tapes: Day 3
All of which might seem career-ending for the Oscar-winning director of Braveheart and The Passion of the Christ — unless, somehow, it isn't Gibson's voice on the calls.
For that to be true, Gibson would have to be the victim of an extremely complicated and unusual...
A federal appeals court struck down the Federal Communications Commission's indecency policy Tuesday, calling it "unconstitutionally vague" and a violation of the First Amendment.
The ruling is a big victory for broadcast networks, which challenged the policy in 2006 after the FCC said unscripted expletives said on live broadcasts violated indecency rules and were subject to fines.
The three-judge panel of the New York-based U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit ruled that the policy could create a "chilling effect that goes far beyond the fleeting expletives at issue here."
FCC and Fox case goes to court
"By prohibiting all 'patently ...