Mark Harmon, Sarah Jessica Parker, Thomas Gibson
Stuffed from eating too much barbecue? Sunburned from laying out at the beach? Then head inside this Fourth of July weekend to log in some serious time watching your favorite TV shows. Trust us, you'll have plenty of choices. Check out your options:
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The Love Boat
Oprah: Where Are They Now? will kick off its new season with a Love Boat reunion on Sunday. Original cast members Ted Lange, Cynthia Lauren Tewes and Jill Whelan will meet up to reminisce about their time on The Pacific Princess.
Reality star Tamera Mowry recently told Oprah that the worst incidents of racism she's ever faced have come from the Internet.
Hulk Hogan says he felt suicidal after his reality show ended and credits fans for saving his life.
In 2007, Hogan's life was caught in a downward spiral. He was involved in a messy divorce, his son had been arrested after a near-fatal car crash and then his reality show Hogan Knows Best was canceled.
"Everything got dark, everything happened at once," Hogan said on Oprah: Where Are They Now? "I was drinking alcohol very heavily. It just all kept piling up, it all kept mounting and mounting I didn't know how to handle it.
Mark Harmon, Mariska Hargitay, Michael C. Hall
Summer is ending and what better way to prepare for fall TV premieres than catching up on your favorite shows. Or, you could re-watch classic episodes of your favorites, Either way, you have plenty of choices if you decide to spend the long weekend indoors. Check out your options below.
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Justin Bartha and Andrew Rannells
Too soon. We always feel that way when a season of FX's marvelously entertaining Justified comes to a close. It can't be easy sustaining that high-wire act of violent tension and wry bourbon-smooth humor, while staying true to the voice and tone of Elmore Leonard's creation of the laconic yet steely U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens, but they sure make it go down easy. The fourth-season finale (Tuesday, 10/9c) is titled "Ghosts," and it's a haunted hour, all right — haunted by what-ifs, by dreams deferred and hopes crushed by the weight of bad acts and Harlan County's history of bad people — but it's also a truly badass episode when it needs to be, with fateful confrontations and crazy twists, some satisfying and others troubling.
Nadya "Octomom" Suleman says shooting a porn film was liberating and empowering.
On the Season 2 premiere of Oprah: Where Are They Now?, Suleman tells Winfrey why she agreed to make Octomom Uncovered and gives her a tour of her new home.
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