Oprah Winfrey thinks her viewers are smarter than Newsweek magazine's most recent cover story implies.
The talk show queen responded to the magazine's article that condemned the medical advice given by some of her guests, according to Us. Winfrey said she's...
Things aren't looking great for a second season of The Beast.
A&E isn't expected to renew the Patrick Swayze-fronted cop drama, sources told Variety. A rep for the cable network, however, told TVGuide.com that no official decision about the show's future has been made.
The series' first season ran for 13 episodes, and the finale aired April 23.
The show has overcome its share of obstacles. Swayze was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer after the pilot was shot, but the actor received a doctor's OK to complete filming once the series was picked up. Swayze also ...
Zach Galifianakis, Ed Helms, Bradley Cooper
Everyone loves a good bachelor party, but more often than not, they get a little too crazy or out of hand. In The Hangover (hitting theaters June 5), three groomsmen take their buddy to Las Vegas to say goodbye to singlehood. After a night of drunken debauchery, the guys wake up to find that something is missing — the groom. In honor of the new comedy's arrival, we looked back at some of the big screen's most hilarious bachelor parties.
Nick Jonas, Kevin Jonas and Joe Jonas
The Jonas Brothers are usually "Burnin' Up" the tween scene, but things have taken a bad turn over the past week.
Just weeks after the premiere of their new show JONAS, the Disney Channel moved the series from its competitive Saturday primetime line-up to Sunday nights — a smack in the face in the kiddie realm.
On Wednesday, the boys posted a video featuring Joe Jonas in a black cat suit, dancing to Beyoncé's "Single Ladies." The problem? Justin Timberlake did exactly the same ...
LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian in the Lifetime original movie Northern Lights
Can LeAnn Rimes save herself from being branded with a scarlet "A"?
The married actress-singer is striving to rise above the fray and perhaps reinvent herself along the way, in the wake of being branded a "stalker" by the wife of Eddie Cibrian, the Lifetime movie costar with whom Rimes reportedly had an affair this past winter.
"I'm a classy woman, I'm never going to battle anything out in the press," Rimes told People, referring to the "stalker" accusation made by Brandi Glanville.
"I can't control other people but I can control what I say and what I don't," she continued. "I refuse to get down on anyone else's level. I'm going to take the high road ...
Law & Order
Wednesday's ratings recap:
ABC's Wipeout (8.37 million total viewers) once again squeaked past the first half of So You Think You Can Dance, though the Fox series topped the demos and averaged 8.76 mil over its two-hour run.
I'm a Celebrity drew 4.78 million, down 13 percent from the night prior and off a full 25 percent from its Monday premiere.
Night two of NBC's Inside the Obama White House special drew nearly 9 mil, besting a Criminal Minds repeat. ABC's The Goode Family (averaging 2.67 mil across two episodes) got worse, plunging 32 percent from its premiere. Surviving Suburbia returns to the 9:30 slot next week.
Law & Order's 19th season finale copped 8.8 mil, up 31 percent from its last fresh episode. Lagging far, far behind a CSI: NY repeat, The Unusuals dropped 25 percent to hit a new all-time low of 2.94 mil.
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Kill Bill and Kung Fu star David Carradine, a seemingly tireless actor who moved easily between serious drama, action thrillers, and somber martial arts roles, was found dead in a hotel room in Bangkok, his manager's office said Thursday. Carradine was 72.
The cause of death was under investigation, according to the office of his manager, Chuck Binder. A Thai police official told CNN the actor was found in a closet, hanging by a nylon rope that was possibly taken from the hotel room's curtains. There was no sign of forced entry, the official told CNN.
Angelina Jolie has dethroned Oprah Winfrey as the most powerful celebrity in the world on Forbes Magazine's annual list.
In the past 12 months, Jolie earned $27 million, with movies including Wanted, Kung Fu Panda and the upcoming thriller Salt. The magazine also considered the media attention she received after giving birth to twins last summer, her philanthropic work and her relationship with Brad Pitt (who ranks No. 9 on the list).
But don't break out the tissues for Winfrey just yet. Earning $275 million annually for the past two years, the mogul is still the top earner, with a TV show, monthly magazine, XM satellite Radio deal and TV network partnership among her professional pursuits.
Joining the leading ladies on Forbes' list are ...
Robert Knepper, Madeline Zima
It's a beast ... and a beauty.
Robert Knepper, who repulsed yet riveted Prison Break fans as the vile Theodore "T-Bag" Bagwell, is joining NBC's Heroes as this season's big baddie, says the Hollywood Reporter.
Also, a show rep confirms that Californication's Madeline Zima is coming on board as Claire's new gal pal.
In the Season 4 volume "Redemption," Knepper will play ...