Perhaps James Franco should consider deleting his Instagram account.
Franco found himself in hot social media water (again) Thursday after referring to New York Times theater critic Ben Brantley as "a little bi---" via the photo-sharing platform. It seems Franco, who's currently starring in Of Mice and Men on Broadway, didn't take kindly to Brantley's less-than-glowing review of the play.
Rebecca Mader, Robert Carlyle
Zelena's wicked plan may soon come to fruition on Once Upon a Time!
We know that Zelena (Rebecca Mader) has already stolen Charming's (Josh Dallas) courage, but the exclusive sneak peek of Sunday's episode below reveals that she's also succeeded in stealing...
Amy Schumer and Josh Charles
This week, a bunch of kids learned what a Walkman is, and the worst Wheel of Fortune contestant ever blew not one, not two, but three puzzles on the game show. Amy Schumer and Josh Charles made a video that poked fun at Aaron Sorkin tropes, and Oreo staged a marketing campaign that challenged chefs around the country to "hack" everyone's favorite cookie. Oh, and Leonardo DiCaprio (maybe) showed off some interesting dance moves at the Coachella music festival in California. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
There's never a dull moment at Litchfield — and judging from the first trailer forOrange Is the New Black's second season, things are about to get even crazier.
"Sadly, it's starting to feel like home in here," Piper (Taylor Schilling) laments. But something tells us her promise to "behave like a model inmate" isn't going to pan out.
Corey Egan, Swapnill Bora
Would anyone be willing to shell out 90 bucks for a light bulb? The creators of Ilumi are hoping to convince the sharks the public would on this week's Shark Tank.
ABC announces season finale dates
On Friday's episode, two Dallas entrepreneurs demonstrate their smart light bulb which can be programmed from a mobile phone. The sharks are intrigued until they find out the price point — $289 for a 3-pack. Watch the pitch and their reactions below:
She's back in black! Lifetime's Devious Maids returns for Season 2 on Sunday, April 20 (10/9c), with a three-month time jump and what appears to be another murder. But that delicious, high-maintenance drama queen Genevieve Delatour — played by Emmy winner Susan Lucci — has not yet recovered from last season's "Who Killed Flora?" story. In fact, she's still in deep, deep mourning. Or is she? La Lucci gave TV Guide Magazine the camptastic details.