Regis Philbin's last day on Live with Regis and Kelly will be Friday, Nov. 18, he announced on Tuesday's show.
"Last January, I made the announcement that I'll be moving on, but I never gave you an exact date," he said. "So I'm ...
Chynna Phillips, Wendy Wilson, Carnie Wilson
TV Guide Network is developing a new reality series starring '90s pop group Wilson Phillips.
The potential series, which the network announced Tuesday, will give fans a behind-the-scenes look ...
Charlie Hunnam, Sons of Anarchy
A lot can change in 14 months. And for the members of the motorcycle club at the heart of FX's Sons of Anarchy, the time that has passed between seasons may spell the end of SAMCRO forever.
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The end of Season 3 found Jax (Charlie Hunnam), Clay (Ron Perlman) and several other club members heading to prison to serve their plea deal sentence. Though the Season 4 premiere (Tuesday, 10/9c, FX) opens with the club's year-later release, they emerge changed men. And, no, we're not just talking about Jax's haircut.
"Jax has had a lot of time to think about the last three years of his life," creator and executive producer Kurt Sutter tells TVGuide.com....
Another season of The Rachel Zoe Project, another new assistant.
After amicably parting ways with Brad one year ago, fashion maven Rachel Zoe kicks off Season 4 (premiering Tuesday at 10/9c on Bravo) with a surprising revelation: She and Brad are on the outs. She says he poached clients behind her back after he left. "It's not the first time I've been used. I would say it's going to be the last time, though" Zoe says.
Rachel Zoe welcomes baby boy
But who has time to dwell on that drama? Zoe's got a new assistant, Jeremiah, but she's also dealing with...
Will Eddie Murphy's next role be Oscars host? It will be if ceremony producer Brett Ratner gets his way, Deadline reports.
Ratner is set to inform the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences on Tuesday that Murphy is his top choice for...
Of all the darker passions lurking in the ordinary psyche, none is more brilliantly deceptive than the love of glory. Fame-seeking destroys decent people in ways only an addict could truly comprehend. Wars, political debacles, the dispassionate way one's personal honor is laid aside in order to bask in the bonfire of a media burnout: the infamy of fame knows no limits and, once embraced, can hardly ever be fully released.
Sadly, most of us are more susceptible to the influence of celebrity than we would like to admit...