Sherwood Schwartz, the Emmy-winning creator of Gilligan's Island and The Brady Bunch, has died. He was 94.
Schwartz died Tuesday of natural causes in his sleep, surrounded by his family, TMZ reports.
A New Jersey native, Schwartz got his start writing for Bob Hope's radio program in 1939 before ...
Chris Harrison and Emily Maynard
The final 15 minutes on The Bachelorette this week overshadowed Ashley and the men traveling to Taiwan, as Chris Harrison sat down with half of last season's Bachelor couple, Emily Maynard, who returned and tearfully opened up about her breakup with Brad Womack. But why wasn't Brad there? Read our weekly chat with Harrison, who answers that question and shares his surprise about Ryan's dismissal and hints at the 31-year-old's return to the show.
If the only information about OCD came from Howie Mandel, I would think that talking about having it was its worst symptom. He's practically turned an affliction into shtick! Anyway, he mentioned it again on his Tonight Show with Jay Leno appearance Monday night to promote the start of the live rounds on America's Got Talent. He also came out in an Elizabethan collar for no reason other than to be wacky. What a card!...
Late Night With David Letterman
On Monday night's Late Show, David Letterman addressed the break-in of the Ed Sullivan Theater in typical Dave fashion. Letterman's "Top Ten Excuses of the Guy Who Broke into the Sullivan Theatre" poked fun at 22-year-old James Whittemore, who's accused of smashing the glass doors and breaking into the midtown Manhattan theater where the Late Show is taped...
Majandra Delfino and Raven-Symone
When author Jennifer Weiner set out to cast ABC Family's State of Georgia, the first show she had created, she was looking for a girl who was big in every way. She says she hit the jackpot with Raven-Symoné, but had to re-jigger the character after Raven, who was the plus-sized female with a knack for physical comedy she was looking for, lost 30 pounds.
Less than two months after putting his acting career on hold in the wake of his cheating scandal, Arnold Schwarzenegger has signed on to the Western The Last Stand, Deadline reports.
Schwarzenegger will play a ...
Jersey Shore's Ronnie Ortiz-Magro has been admitted into a pretrial intervention program that will allow an assault charge stemming from Season 1 to be dismissed, The Associated Press reports.
Judge Stephanie Wauters in Ocean County, N.J., admitted Ortiz-Magro into the program for 18 months on Monday. Under the program, he neither admits nor denies guilt. Ortiz-Magro told the judge he'd be willing to ...