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Alias' Michael Vartan Gets Engaged

Michael Vartan

Former Alias star Michael Vartan is engaged to girlfriend Lauren Skaar, People reports.

Vartan, 41, and Skaar got engaged two weeks ago after... read more

Ready for Rosie's Daytime Comeback?

Rosie O'Donnell

Rosie O'Donnell is eyeing a return to daytime TV, Showbiz411 reports.

O'Donnell, 47, has signed a domestic TV syndication deal that reteams her with former Warner Bros. TV distribution executives Scott Carlin and Dick Robertson, according to Showbiz411. Both Carlin and Robertson helped launch her first... read more

MTV Defends Snooki After Report on Drunk Driving Death

Nicole Snooki Polizzi

MTV said Friday it did not know Jersey Shore star Nicole 'Snooki' Polizzi was involved in the alcohol-related death of a classmate when she was cast on the show.

"Snooki was 16 when she was... read more

CSI: Miami's Eddie Cibrian Proves Less Is More in New TV Movie

Eddie Cibrian

As a cast member on CSI: Miami, Eddie Cibrian is used to big explosions, gory murder scenes and lots of action. However, Cibrian's new TV movie, Healing Hands, puts the old adage less is more to the test.

"The more subtle it is, the more believable it's going to be... read more

Federal Court: Anna Nicole Smith Estate Will Not Receive Any Money From Late Billionaire Husband

Anna Nicole Smith

A federal appeals court ruled Friday that the estate of the late Anna Nicole Smith will not receive any portion of the estate of her deceased Texas billionaire husband, according to The Associated Press.

The ruling ends a 15-year legal battle between Smith and the son of oil tycoon J. Howard Marshall. Smith, then 26, and Marshall were married for one year before he died at the age of 90 in 1995. Following his death... read more

Dancing's Maks Ready to Have Fun on Premiere

Dancing with the Stars - Maksim Chmerkovskiy

Hi everyone,

The big day is almost here! I've been in L.A. for a week and I'm so excited to be back. It's funny because I stay away from L.A. during the off-season so that when I do come back I don't feel like I'm forced to be here. I've realized I've accumulated a whole new circle of friends here and it's refreshing not to come back to a strange place. But it turns into me needing 48 hours in a day to do everything. And obviously Erin and I have to practice!

I'm kind of taking a different approach this season. For example, we have our second dance, but I'm not even going to touch the whole routine yet. Usually by ...
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Report: A&E and Discovery Interested in Sarah Palin Reality Series

Sarah Palin

A&E Networks and Discovery Communications are both interested in acquiring Sarah Palin's new reality series, according to Variety.

Tentatively titled Sarah Palin's Alaska, the series has been compared to documentary hit... read more

Breaking Bad: Is Walter White TV's Biggest Liar?

Breaking Bad

Breaking Bad's Walter White might be television's all-time greatest liar.

"I didn't set out with that in mind, but when you lead a double life, you have to lie constantly," Vince Gilligan, the creator and executive producer of the AMC drama, tells TVGuide.com. "It's just something you have to do. Otherwise the rest of it isn't going to work."

Check out photos of the Breaking Bad cast

In the early episodes of the show's searing third season, which begins Sunday at 10/9c, the person Walt (Bryan Cranston) lies to the most is himself. Several of Walt's decisions and actions last season culminated in a mid-air plane collision that rained debris over his own house. Stricken with guilt over the two planes' 167 casualties, Walt begins Season 3 by telling himself that he's done cooking meth, and that he's not a criminal... read more

NBC Renews Days of Our Lives for 2010-2011 TV Season

Days of Our Lives

Days of Our Lives has been renewed for a 45th season, which will run on NBC through 2011, the network announced Friday.

"The producers, cast and crew have worked tirelessly to make Days the ratings success it is today... read more

Leno's Tonight Show Still Beating Letterman, But Not Like Before

Jay Leno

In his second week back behind the desk of The Tonight Show, Jay Leno continues to be No. 1 in late night. But the success isn't as sweet as it was before CoCo-gate.

Between March 8 and 12, Leno averaged 4.4 million viewers, trumping David Letterman's The Late Show, which averaged 3.8 million viewers. Leno also won out among the adults-18-to-49 demographic.

The downside: Leno's averages are down 13 percent in the demo and 3 percent in total viewers from the same week a year ago. Worse ... read more

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