A former lover is fighting for Gary Coleman's remains and estate, according to People.
Coleman's ex-girlfriend, Anna Gray, of Portland, Ore., filed a 2005 will on Friday claiming that Coleman had left her the majority of his estate and that he requested his extensive model train collection be given to ...
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Michaele and Tareq Salahi are going from the White House's security list to Bravo's A-list.
Michaele Salahi is part of the cast of The Real Housewives of D.C., premiering Thursday, Aug. 5 at 9/8c.
The latest installment of the Bravo franchise — the fifth following...
True Blood has returned with a sexy new vampire — Franklin Mott (James Frain), who's certainly stirring up plenty of mystery and intrigue as he tries to uncover Bill Compton's secrets. So why is he in town digging around and who is he working for? TVGuide.com caught up with Frain (who says dressing up as a vampire is "like Halloween for two months") to get the...
A living will shows Gary Coleman ordered that he be kept on life support for at least 15 days, according to court documents obtained by CNN.
The Diff'rent Strokes actor died May 28 at 42. He was taken off life support by ex-wife Shannon Price one day after he became...
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I can't wait to see how the new season of Fringe goes down. What have you heard? — Martha
MICKEY: As it did in Season 1, the Fringe division will have an in-house adversary, a powerful government official who thinks Agent Broyles gives his team far too much latitude. Her actions will complicate things for Walter & Co., who will already be burdened by the secret sabotage of Nolivia (the "over-there" Olivia).
Can I have some Addison-and-Sam Private Practice scoop, please? — Jamie
ADAM: Well, series star Kate Walsh is thrilled by the coupling, but she hopes the new season will show
President Barack Obama called the BP oil spill "the worst environmental disaster America has ever faced" in a Tuesday night broadcast that dominated the airwaves with real-life prime-time drama. His use of the Oval Office address, reserved for only the most serious presidential pronouncements, suggested he would approach the cleanup campaign like a war...