Lauren Graham could soon be showing us the funny again.
ABC has made a production commitment to a new comedy starring the former Gilmore gal as a self-help guru who advises women on how to live a stress-free life, only to have her calm center unsettled when ...
Bettie Page, whose trademark raven hair, risqué lingerie and bondage pin-up photos made her a cult favorite, died Thursday night at a Los Angeles hospital — nine days after suffering a heart attack. She was 85.
Page was born Betty Mae Page in Nashville, Tenn. on April 22, 1923. Smart and ambitious as a teenager, she was the salutatorian of her high school graduation class and was voted "Most Likely to Succeed." She earned a scholarship to attend George Peabody College, where she studied acting.
Page's famous pin-up days lasted from 1951-1957, where her slinky, curvy and scantily-clad or nude...
She said, now he said.
Former American Idol producer Nigel Lythgoe has denied Paula Abdul's claim that the show's execs purposely allowed Abdul's alleged longtime stalker, Paula Goodspeed, to audition for the judging panel during Season 5. Goodspeed was found dead of an apparent suicide near Abdul's home last month.
"You do not take somebody in that room that you believe is a danger to herself or a danger to Paula ...
Kate Walsh and Alex Young
Kate Walsh and her husband, Alex Young, are splitting up, after nearly a year and a half of marriage.
Young, 37, filed for divorce Nov. 22, citing irreconcilable differences.
"Papers have been filed to amicably end the marriage of executive Alex Young, and actress Kate Walsh," Walsh's rep confirmed to Extra. "The couple remain on friendly terms and sincerely hope the media will respect their privacy during this difficult time."
The Private Practice star, 41 (aka Dr. Addison Montgomery), and Young, a co-president of production at 20th Century Fox, married on Sept. 1, 2007, in Ojai, Calif., after getting engaged in May.
Shortly after their wedding, Walsh opened up about her whirlwind romance. "I met him at..." More, after the jump.
Robert Prosky, best known to TV audiences as Sgt. Stan Jablonski on Hill Street Blues, has died. He was 77.
Prosky passed away Monday night in Washington, D.C. from complications following a heart procedure, his son Stefan Prosky told The Associated Press.
"He went gracefully last night, not in pain," Stefan Prosky said. "Everybody knows him as a fairly famous actor. My brothers and I know him as a marvelous father."
A veteran of not only television, but of stage and film as well, Prosky got his start in productions on the Arena Stage in Washington, D.C., spending a total of ...
Sarah Chalke is going from a doctor to a Maneater.
The Scrubs star has been tapped for leading lady duties on Lifetime's new miniseries, Maneater, The Hollywood Reporter reports.
Based on Gigi Levangie Grazer's book and adapted by Suzanne Martin, Maneater will star Chalke as ...
Will Ferrell is going to be on Broadway and HBO at the same time.
HBO will broadcast the actor's one-man Broadway show, You're Welcome America. A Final Night with George W. Bush, Variety reports.
An exact date of the special has yet to be determined, but will mostly likely be ...
Taylor Hanson and wife Natalie
Taylor Hanson is trying to give the Jolie-Pitts a run for their money, or at least bragging rights for largest Hollywood family.
The middle Hanson, 25, and his wife, Natalie, 24, welcomed their fourth child on Tuesday, Dec. 9. Son ...
Matt Lauer and Tom Cruise
Reunited, and it feels so good?
Three and a half years after calling Matt Lauer "glib" on Today, Tom Cruise will stop by the morning talk show on ...
David Cook is going to Sin City for New Year's, and he's bringing Scott Weiland with him.
The American Idol champ and Stone Temple Pilots rocker will perform at Fox's New Year's Eve Live special at The Mirage in Las Vegas, the network announced.
Spike Feresten, of Talkshow with Spike Feresten fame, and Hole in the Wall's Mark Thompson will co-host the show from the Las Vegas strip before the celebration moves to ...