James Keach and Jane Seymour
Jane Seymour has filed for legal separation from James Keach, E! Newsreports.
The filing comes more than six months after the pair announced their plants to divorce, with Seymour citing irreconcilable differences as the reason for the split.
Chris Brown is a free man again after his felony assault charge was reduced to a misdemeanor, The Associated Press reports.
Brown spent a day and a half in custody after allegedly punching a man who tried to get a picture with the singer and two other people near the W Hotel in Washington, D.C., early Sunday morning. According to Parker Isaac Adams' account in the police report, Brown made a homophobic remark before the assault. "I'm not down with that gay sh--," Brown allegedly said, along with, "I feel like boxing."
Nick Jonas, Joe Jonas and Kevin Jonas
Blood is thicker than water, but apparently there's too much water under the bridge to keep the Jonas Brothers together.
Nearly three weeks after they canceled their tour at the last minute due to a "deep rift within the band," the Jonas Brothers have officially split, People reports.
"It's over for now," Kevin Jonas said.
Channing Tatum is producing a reality show about his New Orleans burlesque club for A&E, Variety reports.
The project will follow the entertainers of Saints and Sinners, which includes male and female burlesque and GoGo dancers, as well as specialty acts. Tatum and his business partner Keith Kurtz opened the club in 2012, which is inspired by the red-light district bordellos of New Orleans' Storyville era.
Today's history lesson: You shouldn't always believe what you hear. Long before TV, let alone social media like Twitter and Facebook, the medium of radio held sway over the public consciousness — and more to the point, the collective imagination — in a way that now seems hard for many to fathom. One visionary who understood its potential and power was Orson Welles, "prodigy and provocateur," who at the astonishingly precocious age of 23 triggered a Halloween eve panic in 1938 with his innovative and infamous CBS Radio adaptation of H.G. Wells' The War of the Worlds.
Amy Acker, Sarah Shahi
Root is out of the psych ward and ready to rock! On tonight's Person of Interest, Amy Acker's undeniably devious, possibly crazy cybercrusader has a long-awaited showdown with — and then teams up alongside — Sarah Shahi's cold-blooded supersoldier, Samantha Shaw. "Shaw knows that when she's with Root, s--t's gonna go down," Shahi says. "One or both of them will wind up in the hospital, but it's gonna be fun."
Yadier Molina, David Ross
In their last away game of the World Series, the Boston Red Sox came out on top after another hard-fought game against the St. Louis Cardinals.
After each team claimed two victories, it was anyone's game on Monday night in St. Louis. Boston was the first to score when David Ortiz's double in...
The Big Bang Theory
Thanks to its unbelievable ratings and numerous reruns on channels like TBS, The Big Bang Theory seems to be taking over the world. Following suit is the show's incredibly catchy theme song written and performed by the Barenaked Ladies.
But how did...