American Idol is getting trimmed to one night a week.
Sherlock star Martin Freeman took over hosting duties at Saturday Night Live this week, but was not featured in many of the episode's stronger moments.
"Weekend Update" was especially on point for the last SNL of 2014, which saw the return of Vanessa Bayer's Jacob the Bar Mitzvah Boy, as well as the introduction of a new character from Cecily Strong: "One-Dimensional Female Character From a Male-Driven Comedy."
Hayden Panettiere gave birth to a baby girl on Tuesday, Us Weekly reports.
Zoe Saldana and her husband Marco Perego welcomed twins into their family, a source tells the Mirror.
Josh Charles and his wife Sophie Flack welcomed their first child, Us Weekly reports.
John Schneider and his wife of 21 years Elvira "Elly" Schneider are getting a divorce, People reports.
Scott Stapp, the former frontman of the alternative rock band Creed, may have made some disturbing comments that might be the result of a psychotic episode. Stapp's wife Jaclyn Stapp called 911 to tell authorities that Stapp claimed to be a CIA agent and was on a mission to kill President Barack Obama, TMZ reports.
Think your stint of watching four episodes of The Mysteries of Laura in a row was impressive? Try watching 169 episodes of television in a row. That's what a quartet of Canadians did, setting the world record for continuous television viewing.
Hallelujah! We now have a date for the second coming... of producer Mark Burnett's religious miniseries The Bible. NBC announced its midseason premiere dates Friday, with top-billing going to its risky miniseries A.D.
When Donald Glover announced the he was leaving his television job as Troy on Community, it was believed to be partly because he wanted to pursue his rap career. Now Glover is headed back to television, playing, appropriately enough, a young man pursuing his rap career.
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