Patricia Arquette and Thomas Jane
Patricia Arquette and Thomas Jane have called it quits again, this time deciding to get a divorce, according to People.
"The split is completely amicable and their prime focus is their daughter," his rep tells the magazine. "They ask that...
The Good Wife
Has Alicia Florrick (Julianna Margulies) found her groove? When we left Alicia at the end of Season 1, her financially distraught firm had found a life preserver in attorney Derrick Bond (Michael Ealy), and her husband, Peter (Chris Noth), had been acquitted and released from jail.
But things won't stay peaceful for long, executive producer David W. Zucker tells TVGuide.com. Alicia's confidence continues to grow, "but she's going to be...
Work of Art
The finale of Bravo's first-year reality show Work of Art: The Next Great Artist drew a series-high 1.48 million viewers Thursday -- and it looks like a renewal is not far away.
Art, which pits contemporary artists against each other for the chance at a solo exhibition, saw a...
Mandy Moore, Grey's Anatomy
Just when the doctors of Seattle Grace Mercy West are staring to get back to normal, they will receive a blast from the past reminding them of that horrible May day when a crazed gunman began killing doctors and nurses left and right.
Mandy Moore, so memorable in May's two-part season finale, returns to Grey's Anatomy in the sixth episode of its new season. Fans will recall Mandy's character, Mary (or Bloody Mary as I like to think of her), was the unfortunate patient coping with a colostomy bag when fate called upon her to assist Bailey...
Dr. Laura Schlessinger
Talk-radio host Dr. Laura Schlessinger has apologized for using the N-word several times during an on-air conversation with a caller this week.
"I was attempting to make a philosophical point, and I articulated the 'n' word all the way out — more than one time," she said in her apology, which she read on her show Wednesday and posted on her website. "And that ...
America's Got Talent, Mad Men
There are certain rules in normal human life, and this week, TV broke most of them. Top Chef filleted Rule No. 4: Be graceful in defeat. The Early Show trampled Rule No. 6: Don't add insult to injury. And Jersey Shore made a mockery of Rule No. 9: When a fake boob-thing pops out of a girl's top, try to be sort of cool about it. Only America's Got Talent remembered the most important rule of all, Rule No. 1: Don't assume stuff about people. Welcome to Top Moments, breaking-the-rules edition.
9. Sorest Losers: Top Chef's Kenny responds to his team's loss by throwing winning team member Alex under the bus. Kenny's teammate Kevin, meanwhile...
While last night's So You Think You Can Dance finale was all about awarding Lauren with the grand prize, the grand surprise was Ellen DeGeneres joining All-Star tWitch for a recreation of his epic hip-hop routine with Alex Wong from earlier this season.
Girl crushed it!
Of course, Ellen has shown us she can get down on her daytime talk show, but who knew she had those kind of moves?
Maribel "Mary" Delgado booking photo
Former Bachelor winner Mary Delgado has been arrested for the third time in four years.
Delgado, who received the final rose from Byron Velvick in Season 6, was arrested early Thursday morning in Tampa on a misdemeanor charge of ...