Michelle Beadle's NBC Sports show The Crossover has been canceled.
The Access Hollywood host tweeted the news Wednesday, saying: "Crossover is donzo. Thanks 2 the crew who tried their damnedest. I'll let ya know what's next."
There's fresh meat on the catwalk for Season 2 of NBC's Fashion Star.
Louie Roe has been tapped to...
Lindsay Lohan, Rosie O'Donnell
One day after Rosie O'Donnell's harsh criticism of Lindsay Lohan's latest role, the Mean Girls actress is firing back and saying she could care less what O'Donnell thinks.
"It's funny that someone you don't know at all can say something so...
Katie Couric will return to TV this fall when her daytime talk show, Katie, premieres on Sept. 10, executive producer Jeff Zucker announced on Thursday.
Zucker, the former head of NBC and Couric's old producer on Today, announced the additions of...
Maria Menounos is joining Extra as Mario Lopez's co-host and has signed a development deal with Telepictures, the production company behind the show, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
In the wake of Elizabeth Taylor's death, TV Guide Network and others plan to honor the legendary actress.
Michael Douglas says his cancerous tumor is gone.
"I'm back," he told Access Hollywood's Billy Bush. "My tumor is gone...but I probably won't be clicking my heels for another two or three months."
For Nancy O'Dell, the New Year's ball drop is just the beginning of what is promising to be a banner year for her. After a decade of tucking in before midnight to cover the Tournament of Roses Parade bright and early on New Year's Day, this year the entertainment news host will ...
Lindsay Lohan may have completed her jail time and latest stint in rehab, but Jerry Lewis thinks the Mean Girls star is in need of a more corporal form of punishment.
"I'd smack her in the mouth if I saw her," Lewis said in a interview with Inside Edition. "I would smack her in the mouth and be arrested for...
Former Access Hollywood and The Insider anchor Pat O'Brien intends to write a tell-all detailing his struggle with alcoholism and his "unfortunate scandal," in which he left slurred sexually graphic voicemail messages on a woman's phone, he tells the New York Post.
O'Brien, who will co-write the memoir — tentatively titled I Love Your Work — with biographer Andrew Morton, will also address ...