Farrah Fawcett and Ryan O'Neal, inset painting by Andy Warhol
A high-profile legal battle is brewing over a portrait of Farrah Fawcett, the Today show reports.
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Can't wait for the final season of Dexter! Do you have any Deb-and-Dexter scoop? — Claire
NATALIE: As if Dexter hasn't made Deb's life complicated enough, he'll do something in the season premiere that he believes to be noble, but will lead Deb to repeat a past mistake — and that's very bad. As a result, don't be surprised when these close siblings become adversaries.
Deeks and Kensi: What happens after the kiss on NCIS: Los Angeles? — Moni, via Twitter
ADAM: Well, you're assuming that Deeks makes it out of Sidorov's torture trap alive....
Prepare to see Uncle Jesse like you've never seen him before. On Tuesday's The New Normal, typical ladies' man John Stamos begins his guest arc as Brice, a new co-worker of Jane's (Ellen Barkin) with an indeterminate sexuality. Gay, straight, or something in between — you'll have to wait until the episode airs to find out. But one thing we will reveal is that, no matter Brice's sexuality, Stamos and Barkin do get a little hot 'n heavy!
Gary Collins has passed away at the age of 74.
The TV actor and host died a little before 1 a.m. Saturday morning in Biloxi, Miss. of natural causes, TMZ reports.
Jaclyn Smith, CSI
When Jaclyn Smith starred on Charlie's Angels, her character, Kelly Garrett, "was kidnapped and had heroin injected into my toes," she remembers. Jaclyn gets nabbed again on the March 21 episode of CBS' CSI when the ageless beauty guests as Hodges' long-mentioned but never-seen...
Yvonne Strahovski and Cheryl Ladd
As NBC's spy caper Chuck heads toward the series finale, the final batch of shows will focus on Chuck and Sarah's past. On the emotional December 30 flashback episode, we'll finally be introduced to Sarah's mother, Emma, played by former Charlie's Angels star ....
With a sizzling Miami setting and some seriously amped-up action, this season's reboot of Aaron Spelling's campy jigglefest Charlie's Angels is a combo of flash, fashion and escapist fun. But this time, the staff of the Townsend Agency — disgraced cop Kate (General Hospital alum Annie Ilonzeh), ex-con Eve (Friday Night Lights' Minka Kelly), reformed thief Abby (Rachael Taylor of Grey's Anatomy) and former hacker Bosley (The Wire's Ramón Rodriguez) — aren't just a sinfully sexy quartet out to save the day. They're also hoping to give the TV and film franchise one hell of a makeover!
Charlie's crime-fighting angels are still all the rage!
Not only will ABC have a new trio of femme fatales in the Charlie's Angels reboot, but CBS' NCIS has just snagged one of the alums for a hot role.
Fall TV: Retrace three generations of Charlie's Angels
Cheryl Ladd, who played Kris Munroe from 1977 to 1981 on the original Angels series, will join the cast of NCIS as...
ABC's reboot of Charlie's Angels will obviously be forever linked to the hit '70s TV series and the two films that followed. But for those who have never heard the iconic line "Good morning, Charlie" — or are just skeptical about this latest remake — the cast and crew have more a modern comparison to describe the series. "If Jack Bauer and Carrie Bradshaw had a love child, it would be Charlie's Angels," co-creator and executive producer Al Gough told reporters at ABC's fall TV previews Sunday.
ABC picks up Charlie's Angels
Gough and co-creator and executive producer Miles Millar have reboot cred: The duo launched the Superman-in-high-school series Smallville in 2001. "There a lot of...
Bubba Smith, a superstar defensive lineman who went on an acting career with memorable performances in the Police Academy movies, has died. He was 66.
Smith's cause of death has not been determined, according to the Los Angeles Coroner's office. "There is no indication of anything other than natural death," the coroner's office told The New York Times.