Fans of Friday Night Lights can look forward to a surprise Easter egg on the final season DVD: an alternate ending to the series finale.
During the epilogue that showed viewers where the main characters ended up, a farewell speech by Coach Taylor (Kyle Chandler) was originally going to play over the images (instead, the Delta Spirit song "Devil Knows You're Dead" was the lilting soundtrack).
Who knew Dennis Rodman was such a softie?
After being inducted into the NBA Hall of Fame on Friday, the man formerly known for his outlandish style and multiple tattoos gave an emotional speech. "I could have been dead; I could have been a drug dealer; I could have been homeless — I was homeless," the five-time NBA champion said. "A lot of you guys here in the Hall of Fame know what I'm talking about, living in the projects and trying to get out of the projects. I did that, but it took a lot of hard work and lot of bumps along the road."
Actress Roselyn Sánchez and her husband Eric Winter are expecting a baby.
"I have great news! Eric and I are expecting our first baby! We feel so blessed and excited," she announced on her Facebook page.
After 29 years, Joy Behar and her "spousal equivalent" Steve Janowitz finally walked down the aisle.
"She was married in New York City last night in a private ceremony," a rep for The View told People. "She will discuss it on Sept. 6 on The View when the show returns for the 15th season."
Everyone's favorite British singleton is back!
Working Title Films is moving forward with a third installment to the Bridget Jones films, which are based on the novels by Helen Fielding, EW reports.
Tyler Florence, Great Food Truck Race
The Great Food Truck Race revs up for its second season on Sunday (10/9c on Food Network). This time, everything's bigger (well, maybe not host Tyler Florence: Eight trucks (one more than last season) will compete for $100,000, which is double the prize money from the show's first outing.
The mobile food purveyors will start in Malibu, Calif., then try their hand at selling to the crowds in Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, Denver, a little town called Manhattan in Kansas, Memphis, Atlanta and finally end up in Miami. Now that the competitors have had a chance to see the first season of The Great Food Truck Race, it'll be interesting to see if they've learned about marketing and resourcefulness as part of their food-selling strategy.