Sorry, ladies: Your favorite dreadlocked American Idol alum is now a married man.
Fox announces Idol schedule
Jason Castro, who finished fourth during Season 7 of Idol, wed girlfriend Mandy Mayhall in his hometown near Dallas, People reports.
The 22-year-old, blue-eyed musician let loose during a bachelor party complete with ...
Thousands of fans turned out in frigid weather to see Shania Twain carry the Olympic torch into her hometown of Timmins, Ontario.
Shania Twain to guest-judge American Idol
"I feel proud, very proud," the Canadian-born country star was quoted as saying by The Associated Press. "It's a highlight of my life to be able to carry the flame, to light the cauldron."
The 44-year-old Twain, who was thoroughly bundled up for the 16-below-zero conditions, noted that ...
He may have been rejected by Bachelorette Jillian Harris, but Jake Pavelka is ready to soar on his new quest for love. Premiering Jan. 4 at 9/8c on ABC, The Bachelor: On The Wings Of Love will feature the commercial pilot as he narrows down his search from 25 women to one final lady. TVGuide.com spoke with the 31-year-old about the show's famous hot tub, how he responds to being labeled perfect, and why he has no regrets from either season.
TVGuide.com: What did you bring from your experience on The Bachelorette to The Bachelor?
Jake Pavelka: When you're on The Bachelorette, you have a lot of time to think, analyze and...
Fox, Time Warner Cable
News Corp. and Time Warner Cable Inc. have agreed on a new contract that will allow Fox stations to continue being carried on Time Warner systems in roughly 13 million homes, according to CNN.
Fox and Time Warner extend negotiations, avoid blackout
The agreement averted a blackout that had many college football fans fearing they would have to scramble to see their favorite games. Fittingly, the announcement came just before kickoff of the Sugar Bowl between the Florida Gators and Cincinnati Bearcats.
"We're pleased that, after months of negotiations, we were able to reach a fair agreement with Time Warner Cable — one that recognizes the value of our programming," Chase Carey, deputy chairman of News Corp., said in a statement.
"We're happy to have reached a reasonable deal with no disruption in programming for our customers," said Glenn Britt, chairman of Time Warner Cable.\
The deal came after long negotiations that went beyond the Dec. 31 deadline. News Corp., the parent company of Fox, demanded Time Warner pay a monthly $1 fee per subscriber in order to have Fox's broadcast network and cable channels carried on the cable operator's system.
When Time Warner began negotiating for what it believed to be a fairer price, Fox threatened to pull the plug on its channels at midnight ...
Rush Limbaugh said tests performed on him after he was admitted to a Hawaii hospital for chest pains found nothing wrong, according to CNN.
Rush Limbaugh admitted to hospital with chest pains
At a news conference at Honolulu's Queen's Medical Center on Friday, Limbaugh said he was being released from the hospital, where he was admitted Wednesday. Limbaugh said the tests found "absolutely nothing wrong," as doctors saw no signs of arterial or coronary disease.
"It was a blessing," Limbaugh said of the results of his angiogram. Limbaugh, 58, also noted that doctors are unsure what caused the chest pains, which he described as "very real," but said a spasm in an artery is one possibility...
Law & Order
Law & Order is one step closer to breaking Gunsmoke's long-standing record.
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NBC Entertainment chief Angela Bromstad recently told BusinessWeek that the network plans to order a 21st season of the legal drama, making it the longest-running prime-time drama in TV history.
"I'm a Law & Order junkie," Bromstad said. "I wouldn't want to be responsible for not having Law & Order break the record."
While Bromstad plans to honor the old, she's also keenly focused on the new. Bromstad said NBC will produce 18 pilots this spring, the most since 2003 and a marked increase over last year's 11...
You'd think CNN would have learned its lesson last year.
The cable news channel once again teamed reality show star/comedian Kathy Griffin with anchor Anderson Cooper to host its New Year's Eve coverage in Times Square. And just like at last year's ball-dropping, Griffin let a naughty word slip on-air.
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While discussing the Balloon Boy hoax with Cooper, Griffin dropped an F-word as she jokingly mispronounced Falcon Heene's name. Watch the video after the jump