Savannah Guthrie, Valerie Harper
Despite being given only three months to live, Valerie Harper plans to enjoy each and every day she has left.
On Jan. 15, Harper, 73, was diagnosed with...
Mary Tyler Moore, Valerie Harper
Mary Tyler Moore says she is "absolutely devastated" by former co-star and longtime friend Valerie Harper's cancer diagnosis.
"Valerie has given so much joy, laughter and love to the world," Moore said in a statement to People. "I join her fans and send much love and positive thoughts to her and her family during this difficult time."
Valerie Harper diagnosed with terminal brain cancer, has three months to live
On Wednesday, Harper revealed....
Actress Valerie Harper has terminal brain cancer, she tells People.
On Jan. 15, Harper, 73, was diagnosed with leptomeningeal carcinomatosis, a rare condition that occurs when cancer cells spread into the fluid-filled membrane surrounding the brain. Doctors have estimated that she has only three months to live.
Jason Sudeikis, Kevin Hart
NBC is expanding its reliance on late-night staple Saturday Night Live, which is once again ready for primetime on a weekly basis.
NBC has quietly started airing the previous week's episode of SNL, edited from 90 minutes down to an hour, on Saturdays at 10/9c. The repeat doesn't attract a large audience, averaging just 2.3 million viewers on Feb. 23 (featuring guest host Christoph Waltz and musical guest Alabama Shakes). But it still managed to tie ABC (which ran the movie Dreamgirls) and CBS (a Vanity Fair Hollywood special) for No. 1 among adults 18-49 in its second half-hour.
Pioneers of Television
If I counted right, you can hear Betty White say "I'm the luckiest broad on two feet" at least three times during the course of the "Funny Ladies" retrospective that kicks off a new season of PBS' Pioneers of Television (check tvguide.com listings). Who could or would want to doubt her? The evidence is right there in clips and stills from this living legend's earliest TV appearances in the 1940s and '50s, establishing her as a versatile broadcaster and gung-ho performer even before Lucille Ball made us fall in love with her — and blazing a trail for all who would follow.
Ned Wertimer, who played Ralph the Doorman for 11 seasons on The Jeffersons, died Jan. 2 from complications related to a fall, The Associated Press reports. He was 89.
Is the show about nothing really the best sitcom of all time?
It is according to a new poll conducted by 60 Minutes and Vanity Fair, in which Americans voted Seinfeld as the top sitcom.
The NBC comedy based on the stand-up of Jerry Seinfeld amassed 22 percent of the vote, followed by...
Chris Colfer, Lea Michele
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Angus T. Jones, Ashton Kutcher and Jon Cryer
Sorry, Walden Schmidt fans. There's still no word if Two and a Half Men or Ashton Kutcher will be back for what would be the series' 10th season.
"I have no idea," Kutcher told fans ...
Betty White and Ed Asner
Nearly four decades after they first sparred as Lou Grant and Sue Ann Nivens on The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Ed Asner and Betty White reunite on the March 14 episode of TV Land's Hot in Cleveland. At Betty's recent 90th birthday bash, Ed, now 82, told me, "I play a man who spurned her." But unlike their flirtatious scenes back in the '70s, their Cleveland characters' ugly history was all business-related. Ed plays Jameson, "a country-club type who...