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The start of production on NBC's Parenthood, which was to premiere this fall, has been postponed for eight weeks "due to a medical evaluation that valued cast member Maura Tierney is undergoing," the network says in a statement.
"The top priority for NBC, Universal Media Studios and Imagine Television is the well-being of Ms. Tierney," the statement said. "We are unable to release further details, and ask that you respect her privacy at this time."
As a result of the production delay, Parenthood will now premiere at midseason.
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Funnyman Jason Bateman says his struggle with drugs and alcohol in the 1990s was "like Risky Business for 10 years."
"I'd worked so hard that by the time I was 20, I wanted to play hard. And I did that really well," Bateman told Details.
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Michael Jackson and Diana Ross
Michael Jackson said in a 2002 will filed Wednesday that he wanted his mother, Katherine, to care for his three children in the event of his death — and that he wanted Diana Ross to raise them if his mother could not.
The will, filed in a Los Angeles court, leaves his estate to the Michael Jackson Family Trust, the details of which were not made public. But TVGuide.com has learned it includes Jackson's children, members of his family, and charities. It does not include his father, Joseph Jackson, with whom Jackson had a strained and tumultuous relationship.
The will excludes Deborah Rowe, who bore Jackson's two older children. Her attorney, Marta Almli, said Rowe had no comment.
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The will's executors, attorney John Branca and Jackson family friend and music executive John McClain, said in court documents they were "not certain of the value of the estate" but estimated it at more than...
Accounts of Michael Jackson's drug use fueled speculation Wednesday about the cause of his death, including one from his former nurse who said he opposed recreational drugs but sought a powerful drug to overcome insomnia.
The accounts emerged as a will Jackson wrote in 2002 was submitted to a Los Angeles court.
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Cherilyn Lee, a registered nurse whose specialty includes nutritional counseling, told The Associated Press that Jackson was plagued by insomnia and pleaded for a powerful sedative despite warnings it could be dangerous.
Like so many things in Michael Jackson's life, the questions about his estate and custody of his children have become complicated and mysterious — and no one, not even his family, knows what to believe.
As his parents sought control of his estate, The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday that Jackson's most recent will, written in 2002, divided his estate between his mother, three children and charities, apparently cutting out Joseph Jackson, the father with whom he had a strained and tumultuous relationship.
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The report came amid news reports saying not only that Jackson might not be the biological father of his children, but that the woman who gave birth to them might not be their biological mother.
TMZ reported that Jackson was not the biological father of any of his three children, while Us Weekly claimed the father of his two older children was Los Angeles dermatologist Arnold Klein. The site also said police sought to speak with Klein about any drugs he may have prescribed to Jackson, but a police spokeswoman declined to comment on the report to TVGuide.com.
Television pitchman Billy Mays likely died in his sleep of a heart attack, a medical examiner said Monday.
Mays, whose wife found him dead Sunday morning at their home in Tampa, had hypertensive heart disease, Hillsborough County Medical Examiner Vernard Adams told reporters. Adams said more tests were needed to conclusively determine the cause of death.
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Though Mays, 50, was hit on the head in a rough landing at Tampa International Airport on Saturday, Adams said the autopsy showed no sign of head trauma.
Los Angeles police have interviewed the private doctor who was with Michael Jackson when he apparently suffered cardiac arrest — and impounded the doctor's car because it may contain "medications or other evidence," police told TVGuide.com.
The news came as a coroner's investigator announced Friday that the cause of Jackson's death could not be determined without further testing, including toxicology results expected to take four to six weeks. Craig Harvey, chief investigator for the L.A. County Coroner's Office, said there was "no indication of any external trauma or any foul play."
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The doctor's car, left at Jackson's home, was impounded because anything inside it "could be helpful to the coroner in determining the cause of death," Los Angeles Police Department officer Karen Rayner said. Detectives planned to talk again with the doctor, who was cooperative and is not under criminal investigation, she said.
Michael Jackson suffered cardiac arrest on Thursday and paramedics who rushed to the singer's home found he was not breathing, the Los Angeles Times reported.
The paramedics performed CPR and took Jackson to UCLA Medical Center, the newspaper quoted Los Angeles Fire Department Capt. Steve Ruda as saying. Ruda confirmed ...
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Hills star Stephanie Pratt has laid the blame for her battle with bulimia on the "skinny girls" who populate the reality series.
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