Could AMC lose Breaking Bad?
Sony Pictures Television, which produces the show, is shopping the critically acclaimed drama to other networks following "tense" talks with AMC over the fate of the fifth (and likely final) season, TheWrap reports.
AMC President Charlie Collier, however, told the site...
Know what can really kill the mood? Dancing eyebrows.
Nervous about filming the music video for "The Only Exception" on Sunday's Glee Project (9/8c, Oxygen), Damian lets his relentlessly twitchy eyebrows go into overdrive — much to the judges' dismay... and entertainment.
Army Wives' Catherine Bell will star in the TNT movie Good Morning, Killer that could potentially turn into a series, according to Deadline Hollywood.
Bell will play Ana Gray, an FBI agent on the hunt for a kidnapper. Killer, adaptation of April Smith's novel, will be one of six features in the new TNT Tuesday Night Mystery franchise that's set to start airing in November...
China Anne McClain, Kim, Sakoiya, Mitchel Musso
China Anne McClain's biggest fan is in for a big surprise on an upcoming episode of Disney Channel's PrankStars.
In the episode, McClain competes against 14-year-old Sakoiya for the chance to become a television game-show host. But the pressure is on when the show's producer appears to favor the A.N.T. Farm star. In this first-look photo, McClain and Sakoiya may look like they're jumping for joy, but it's not until the joke is revealed that the group can laugh about it.
Michael Kors and longtime partner Lance LaPere received their marriage license Wednesday at the City Clerk's office in Manhattan, the designer/Project Runway judge's rep confirmed to TVGuide.com...
Mr. Bean star Rowan Atkinson was injured after crashing his million-dollar car in England on Thursday evening, according to The Guardian.
The 56-year-old actor/gearhead is believed to have lost control of his McLaren F1 on an apparently wet road, spun out, and then hit a tree and a lamppost. He is said to be suffering a shoulder injury...
Blockbuster director Brett Ratner just got his most Hollywood gig yet: He's been tapped to produce the 84th Academy Awards telecast. The first-time Oscars-helmer will be joined by Don Mischer, who's been producing televised specials for decades, including last year's Oscars.
"Making movies has been my dream since childhood, and I've been fortunate enough to have made several, but the Oscar show is in a league of its own," Ratner said...