With a new year comes a fresh set of challenges for some of TV's biggest names, shows and networks. Here are some developments we'll be watching closely.
Jack Osbourne has been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, People reports.
Osbourne, 26, learned of the shocking news just two weeks after he and fiancée Lisa Stelly welcomed their first child, daughter Pearl Clementine. "I was just angry and...
There's a new Osbourne in town!
Jack Osbourne and fiancée Lisa Stelly welcomed a baby girl, People reports.
Jack Osbourne gets engaged
What a wedding this will be!
Jack Osbourne is engaged to aspiring actress...
Maybe MTV should spring for The Situation's second Bentley: Jersey Shore has drawn the network's highest series ratings in eight years, according to the network.
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Jersey Shore continued its quest for world domination, improving on its ratings for the...
Here's the Situation: A record-setting 5.3 million viewers tuned in to the Season 2 premiere of MTV's Jersey Shore.
That's up a staggering 280 percent over December's series opener, according to the network.
Ozzy Osbourne, Snoop Dogg, MC Hammer
Ever since Ozzy Osbourne invited cameras to document his dysfunctional family life back in 2002, networks have been trying to recreate the same magic by giving musicians reality shows to call their own. Now, 1990s superstar MC Hammer is jumping on the family-themed reality bandwagon with his new series Hammertime (premiering Sunday, June 14 at 10 pm/ET on A&E).
Have you missed the Osbournes? If yes, then break out the earmuffs because the family is making its television comeback.
Instead of just witnessing the dysfunction like we did on MTV's The Osbournes, Osbournes: Reloaded (premieres Tuesday, 9:20 pm/ET, Fox), the new show from the first family of rock (or, as Kelly puts it, "the first family of being f---ed up"), takes on a classic family-television format: the variety show.
It's fair to point out that the Osbournes are no Osmonds. But just don't point it out to matriarch Sharon Osbourne. One unlucky journalist recently experienced the proud mother and wife's wrath when she asked during a conference call if ...
It's tough to come of age on TV, much less to do it on a reality series that follows you and your foulmouthed family 24/7. But that's just what 19-year-old Kelly Osbourne did on MTV's The Osbournes. Now, the reformed wild child (so reformed in fact that, prior to our interview, she grimaced and asked for water after mistakenly sipping from a mixed alcoholic drink) takes on scripted television. Once again, she's coming of age — this time playing the sweet, sexy and self-assured Deborah on ABC's new teen soap, Life as We Know It (debuting Oct. 7).
TV Guide Online: Was it hard to move from reality to scripted drama?Osbourne: Um, no. It actually was not. I was really shocked at how easy and how natural it came to me, and how much fun I had doing it. So I'm really excited.
TVGO: After your MTV antics, did you have to win over the cast to respect you as an actress?Osbourne: No. We were instantly friends.
TVGO: It seems