Amy Railsback and Danny Bonaduce
Danny Bonaduce has married his manager, Amy Railsback, according to his official website.
Bonaduce, 51, wed Railsback, 28, in a private ceremony at the Four Seasons in Maui on...
The Walking Dead
The season finale of AMC's The Walking Dead shattered ratings records Sunday, drawing a series-high 6 million viewers.
Of those, 4 million were 18-to-49-year-olds, making it the most-watched drama series in the demo in basic cable history.
Kelsey Grammer is engaged to girlfriend Kayte Walsh, a rep for the actor confirms.
"They have been engaged for a while," his rep told TVGuide.com. "They...
Amber Heard credits GLAAD for being a reason she was able to come out.
Walking the red carpet at GLAAD'S 25th anniversary party with her partner, Tasya van Ree, Heard told AfterEllen.com: "GLAAD is one of the many reasons that I, as a 24-year-old, can come out ... If it weren't for opinions being changed, people being influenced, people being engaged to do the right thing, then there would be no prerogative for anyone to come out."
Sophomore sitcom The Middle has received an order for two more episodes this season, bringing the total to 24, a rep for ABC tells TVGuide.com.
Averaging 8.7 million weekly viewers, The Middle kicks off ABC's Wednesday comedy block that includes Modern Family and Cougar Town.
The Amazing Race
Quitting has its consequences. After opting against finishing the Detour on The Amazing Race last week, Nick DeCarlo and girlfriend Vicki Casciola, both 26, incurred a six-hour penalty, forcing them to miss the first flight to Seoul this week and a shot to make the final three. "I don't think we had any chance of making that flight," Vicki tells TVGuide.com. "We got to the airport a little too late. ... But we were still in good spirits in thinking that you never know what's going to happen." See what else the two have to say about their disastrous penultimate leg, if they did all the tasks this week and why Nick felt "a little OK" quitting last week.
Game of Thrones
TV Guide Magazine visited Northern Ireland for a sneak peek at Game of Thrones, the new HBO drama (based on the best-selling novels of George R. R. Martin), premiering this April. "It's an epic fantasy in the tradition of Tolkien, but with more sex, violence and treachery," Martin says.
The Lord of the Rings fans will find a familiar face in Sean Bean, who plays Eddard "Ned" Stark, patriarch of one of the families ...
Well, it's official. The end times are here.
Now that Bridalplasty is actually a thing, it needs to be discussed. Worst. Show. Ever. Not only is the concept of self-esteem deficient brides-to-be who vie for plastic surgery before their ...