Survivor: Redemption Island
Spoiler Alert: The following reveals the outcome of Wednesday's episode of Survivor.
Hours after being renewed for two more seasons, Survivor proved why it's TV's longest-running reality competition series.
After being booted out by his wary Zapatera tribemates last week, returning veteran Russell Hantz had just one more chance to bounce back and fight his way to his third final Tribal Council. But the Survivor player fans love to love to hate fell short in the domino duel against Matt Elrod.
He may be gone from the judges table, but Simon Cowell isn't afraid to admit American Idol is doing just fine without him.
"I personally think it is a better show than last year," the acerbic former host tells Piers Morgan in an interview set to air March 14. "I genuinely do. I think what they've got is that it feels to me that they've got their energy back, that they're confident, that they're...
Chris Klein has signed on for a multi-episode arc on FX's upcoming comedy, Wilfred, TVLine reports.
The series stars Elijah Wood (in his first series role) as Ryan, an introverted guy trying to find happiness. Ryan finds a friend in...
Julianne Moore, Sarah Palin
Step aside, Tina Fey.
Julianne Moore has signed to play Sarah Palin in an upcoming HBO film about the 2008 presidential election, Deadline reports.
The project, titled Game Change, is based on Mark Halperin and John Heilemann's book that follows Sen. John McCain's campaign, from his selection of a...
Mel Gibson has reached a plea deal with prosecutors in his domestic violence case, The Associated Press reports.
Gibson, 55, was expected to be formally charged this week for misdemeanor battery against ex-girlfriend Oksana Grigorieva, but instead will appear in court to enter the plea and will avoid jail time, a source close to the case told the AP.
Woman believed to be Gibson's ex-girlfriend: You hit our baby while she was in my hands
"I know from almost 20 years as a criminal defense lawyer that sometimes justice can come for a client at too high a personal price," Gibson's lawyer, Blair Berk, said in a statement Wednesday. "That is particularly so for Mel, whose right to due process can only be exercised in this case with an enormous media circus attached. Mel's priority throughout all of ...