Because of a viral video featuring what he calls a "God-given gift of a great voice," a homeless man has landed a job with the Cleveland Cavaliers — and a new house.
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Ted Williams, a panhandler from Ohio, quickly became an Internet sensation earlier this week. He appeared on a local radio show to demonstrate his talents — and as soon as he did, the offers poured in. One of the callers, who said she represented the Cavaliers, offered him a full-time voiceover gig for the team and ...
Piers Morgan, Susan Boyle
The highly rated Susan Boyle profile that aired in Britain on Piers Morgan's Life Stories will air exclusively on TV Guide Network, the network announced Wednesday.
The one-hour special, which premiered in Britain last November, will look at the Scottish singer's rocky road to stardom after...
Is there beef between Ed Asner and Cloris Leachman? Sure seems like it!
Asner, who stars in CMT's upcoming sitcom Working Class, was reflecting on the success of TV's older actors — led, of course, by the white-hot Betty White — when Leachman, his The Mary Tyler Moore Show co-star, came up.
"Cloris Leachman has eight Emmys? Is that...
Cake Boss' Buddy Valastro is about to move out of the bakery: He will star in Kitchen Boss, a new daytime show on TLC, the network announced Wednesday.
On Kitchen Boss, Buddy will showcase his family recipes and bring viewers into the kitchen where he'll have various special guests, including members of his boisterous family.
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Betty White will be the first to tell you that she's overexposed.
"What is this Betty White business?" the 88-year-old, who turns 89 in two weeks, said of her continued praise during Wednesday's Television Critics Assn.'s winter preview. "It's really silly. You've had such an overdose of me lately. Trust me, I think I'm going to...
Retired at 35
When it came time to lure George Segal back to primetime television for TV Land's new sitcom Retired at 35, he had two mandates: his character would have to smoke cigars and play the banjo.
"I said [it was that] or no dice," the industry veteran, 76, joked Wednesday at the Television Critics Assn.'s winter preview session.
Added series creator and executive producer Chris Case: "There was no banjo in the original pilot script until George came on board. It's so collaborative, this medium. You go, you know what George Segal plays the banjo. Let's do that."
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Retired at 35, premiering Jan. 19 at 10:30/9:30c, follows David, a 35-year-old hard-working New Yorker who...
TV Guide Network is gearing up for another season of awards show coverage, with Chris Harrison returning as both host and executive producer.
"We'll bring viewers inside Hollywood's most celebrated events with exclusive interviews with the biggest names in film and television," Harrison said in a statement. "It will be live TV at its best."
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A federal appeals court has ruled that the Federal Communications Commission cannot fine ABC and selected affiliates $1.2 million for airing a 2003 episode of NYPD Blue that showed actress Charlotte Ross' nude buttocks, citing the FCC's unconstitutionally vague rules, The Associated Press reports.
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The 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals in New York said Tuesday that the decision was in line with its previous ruling that TV stations can no longer be fined for fleeting, unscripted profanities uttered during live broadcasts. In July, the appeals court ruled that the FCC's indecency policy violated First Amendment rights and was unconstitutionally vague.
In its Tuesday ruling, the three-judge panel wrote that there was "no significant distinction" between its decision in the expletives case and the NYPD Blue case.
Court rules FCC indecency policy "unconstitutionally vague"
"According to the FCC, 'nudity itself is not per se indecent,'" the judges wrote. "The FCC, therefore, decides in which ...