Nicole Snooki Polizzi
Looks like Snooks didn't have to spend the night in jail.
Shortly after the arrest of Jersey Shore's Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi on Friday, the reality star was released from custody, according to Seaside Heights Police.
The MTV reality star, 22, was arrested on charges of disorderly conduct in Seaside Heights, N.J., where the third season of Shore is being filmed.
"Nicole Polizzi was acting in ...
Former Vice President Al Gore has been cleared of allegations that he made unwanted advances towards a masseuse in a Portland, Oregon hotel in 2006, according to ABC News.
VIDEO: Al Gore cleared in sex assault case
Multnomah County prosecutors said there was no basis for prosecution following a four-week investigation.
Senior Deputy District Attorney Don Rees cited "contradictory evidence, conflicting witness statements, credibility issues, lack of ...
Simon Cowell, Kara DioGuardi, Ellen Degeneres
If the latest reports are to be believed, when Fox launches the 10th season of American Idol in January, the contestants will be hearing from judges Randy Jackson, Jennifer Lopez and Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler.
How the chemistry among the trio — which might still be a foursome — would jell remains an unknown, but here's what we do know about the new season:
Outsourced hopes to walk a fine line between hilarious and offensive, but can a series about an American expat working in an Indian call center really avoid cultural stereotypes?
"I think where we approach this is certainly not a mean-spirited place," executive producer Robert Broden said. "We're not going to be wallowing in that kind of stuff that you're insinuating, but we are going to have a lot of fun with characters who behave like relatable characters in a workplace comedy."
NBC unveils fall premiere dates
In the series, Todd (Ben Rappaport) is forced to move halfway across the world to...
Tina Fey, Rob Lowe
As if convening a 12-step meeting, NBC executives began their presentation at the Television Critics Association fall TV previews by reciting some of the basic truths of their network's current situation.
"We recognize some of the mistakes we've made over the last few years. We put more money in development and we believe in our projects," Jeff Gaspin, the chairman of NBC Entertainment, said Friday.
Among the session's news tidbits: