David Letterman, Joe Halderman
One week after he was arrested on charges of extortion against Late Show host David Letterman, colleagues of Robert Joel Halderman are still in shock over the 48 Hours Mystery producer's alleged criminal activities, reports The New York Times.
Marcy McGinnis was Halderman's boss in the 1990s, when she served as the London bureau chief for CBS News. "I said to my mother...
So You Think You Can Dance
Fox released two photos Thursday that purport to debunk the So You Think You Can Dance flashing rumors once and for all.
On Tuesday's episode, which covered auditions in Atlanta, an unnamed female contestant appeared to accidentally flash her...
A CBS producer who works on the true-crime show 48 Hours pleaded not guilty Friday to charges that he attempted to extort $2 million from David Letterman by threatening to reveal the Late Show host had sex with staffers.
Robert J. "Joe" Halderman pleaded in a New York City court ...
The man arrested in a $2 million blackmail scheme against David Letterman works on the CBS true-crime show 48 Hours, the network announced.
Police have identified the man as ...
Jenny Slate, SNL
Saturday Night Live kicked off its 35th season with an F-bomb.
In a possible case of the first-night jitters, newcomer Jenny Slate made the verbal misstep of dropping the F-word in a sketch titled "Biker Chick Chat," her only prominent skit of the night. Slate, Kristen Wiig and host Megan Fox were all featured as tough-talking biker chicks with a penchant for using the words "freaking" and "fricking."
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Slate slipped up about a minute into the sketch...
ABC has rejected a request by a Republican group to rebut President Obama's health care plans on an upcoming day of White House-themed news specials. In response, the network has stated that its coverage will nevertheless be balanced. Read on for more...
Contrary to what you saw on The Hills this season, in reality, Spencer Pratt never apologized about spreading sex-tape rumors, according to Lauren Conrad.
Conrad, who will not appear on the next season of The Hills, chatted with the ladies of The View Thursday about her novel L.A. Candy. She appeared stumped when panelist Elisabeth Hasselbeck asked her how she felt when Pratt called to make amends. "To be perfectly honest, I wasn't on the other line of that call," she said after a long pause. Pressed for details, Conrad added, "That was filmed and I wasn't on the other end. ... So no, I didn't get an apology; he's lying." What's the truth? Read on...
After a semi-apology last week for a joke about one of Sarah Palin's daughters, David Letterman offered an unequivocal sorry during Monday's Late Show monologue "to the two daughters involved, Bristol and Willow, and also to the governor and her family and everybody else who was outraged by the joke."
Letterman joked last week that Palin's daughter was "knocked up" by Alex Rodriguez during a Yankees game. Though he didn't specify which daughter, he said he meant 18-year-old Bristol Palin. The family, however, said the joke targeted 14-year-old Willow, who attended the game with her mother.
Letterman made the full apology Monday after...