From the "Farrah-do" to "the Rachel," television has been influencing our hairstyles for decades.
When Charlie's Angels premiered in 1976, star Farrah Fawcett had no way of knowing that her wispy tresses would be copied by women well into the '80s. Jennifer Aniston's character on Friends had the same effect in the '90s, when "The Rachel" inspired layered locks everywhere.
But not all memorable TV 'dos were celebrated. Remember when Felicity's Keri Russell caused hysteria by chopping her hair off before Season 2?
Robert Halmi Sr.
Robert Halmi, Sr., a prolific TV producer who championed projects including television versions of Gypsy, In Cold Blood and Gulliver's Travels, died Wednesday at his home in New York City, The Associated Press reports. He was 90.
The Following alum Warren Kole will reunite with Kevin Williamson this fall.
Kole, who played Joe Carroll devotee Roderick Nelson on The Following's first season, is joining the cast of Williamson's new show, Stalker, TVLine reports.
Can you find love in a naked place? That's what VH1's new reality show attempts to find out.
On Dating Naked, romantic hopefuls search for romance free of pre-conceived notions, stereotypes — and clothes! Each week on a primitive island resort, daters go on exotic dates and are naked every step of the way. At the end of the episode they'll choose which of their dates they would like to continue dating back home. Clothing, of course, is optional.
Find out about this week's episode which features nude spearfishing, "bareback" horse riding, and unzipped ziplining, in Watch This Tonight:
Yolanda McClary and Kelly Siegler
Justice will be served. Again. And it will be cold! TNT ordered a third season of Cold Justice on Wednesday, meaning criminals who think they got away with their wrongdoing had better watch out (or at least make sure they're presentable for television).