Steve Forrest, who starred as Lt. Dan "Hondo" Harrelson on the 1970s series S.W.A.T., died peacefully on May 18 in Thousand Oaks, Calif., according to The Hollywood Reporter. He was 87.
Think you've got a dysfunctional workplace? You're not the only one.
Fox is bringing work home from the office with its new reality show Does Someone Have to Go?, which premieres Thursday at 9/8c. In the series, the latest creation from veteran reality show producers Mike Darnell (Joe Millionaire) and Cris Abrego (The Surreal Life), company power is turned over from management to the employees. The employees must then select three underperforming co-workers who run the risk of getting fired if they can't change their tune.
There was no shortage of heartbreaking stories to come out of Moore, Okla., this week, in the wake of a deadly tornado that left dozens of people dead and hundreds more homeless and/or injured. But amid the rubble, there was at least one uplifting moment when a woman reunited with her missing dog — while in the middle of a live interview for the evening news. In another unrelated yet equally gut-wrenching event this week, 18-year-old YouTube star Zach Sobiech lost his battle with bone cancer. In more lighthearted news, American Idol bid farewell to its last remaining original judge, Randy Jackson, and the keen viewers at CinemaSins assembled every continuity error in Jurassic Park into a three-minute video. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos
Ryan Murphy is adding yet another familiar face to the upcoming third season of American Horror Story.
Chris Brown got into a minor fender-bender Tuesday afternoon in Los Angeles, TMZ reports.
Homeland has added eight new guest stars to its upcoming third season, including Law & Order: Special Victims Unit's Joanna Merlin and How I Met Your Mother's Nazanin Boniadi.
Not everyone answers to a higher power — or at least that's what CNN's Wolf Blitzer discovered in a live interview with one of the Oklahoma tornado victims.
TV fans just can't wait for Robin Williams and Sarah Michelle Gellar's return to the small screen.The duo's new CBS series The Crazy Ones is the most-added freshman comedy on TVGuide.com's Watchlist. The season's second most anticipated ...
American Idol Season 12 runner-up Kree Harrison says she has no regrets about her time on the show, even deciding to let eventual winner Candice Glover close out the finale.
"People are asking me why I chose to go first and honestly, it was in the moment," she tells TVGuide.com. "I just said, 'Where do you want to go, first or last?' And Candice said last, and I don't care because I get to perform at the finale, whether I'm performing first or second."
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