Whoopi Goldberg is moving into the Drake!
The View co-host and Oscar-winning actress has landed a guest-starring role on ABC's new drama 666 Park Avenue, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
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Al Gore is taking a rare step in front of the camera to lead his cable network's coverage of the Democratic and Republication National Conventions this summer, The Wrap reports.
Gore will take part in a roundtable panel joined by Viewpoint host (and former New York Governor) Eliot Spitzer, The War Room host (and former Michigan governor) Jennifer Granholm and The Young Turks host Cenk Uygur. California lieutenant governor and....
"I'm not going anywhere! I'm staying right here!" Robin Roberts declared Thursday at the Television Critics Association fall TV previews.
The Good Morning America newscaster was in high spirits, joking with reporters about her upcoming medical leave to undergo a bone-marrow transplant sometime around late August or early September. She revealed that ABC News' Diane Sawyer, Barbara Walters and Katie Couric would be filling in during her absence. "I will be happy to help out," Couric later confirmed during a preview of her new talk show Katie.
Ann Curry learned that you're a member of the Today family until the ratings say you're not.
Curry spent her final morning as co-anchor with Matt Lauer on Thursday, giving a tearful goodbye before heading to a new role as the program's anchor-at-large and NBC News national and international correspondent (which came with a new long-term contract). Savannah Guthrie, NBC News legal correspondent and co-anchor of the third hour of Today for the last year, will be named as Lauer's new partner on Friday, according to sources familiar with the plan.
Curry, who joined Today in 1997 as a newsreader, was part of ...
Joy Behar is joining Current TV with a new talk show.
The View co-host, who left HLN six months ago, will launch her new show in September. The show will ...
What happens on the Internet, doesn't necessarily stay on the Internet.
Actress Sherri Shepherd is pursuing charges against a Twitter user who threatened her with rape Wednesday night.
General Hospital, All My Children and Days of Our Lives are among the nominees for the 39th Annual Daytime Emmys, The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced Wednesday.
ABC, which angered fans by canceling long-running soaps All MY Children and One Life to Live in favor of newer daytime offerings like The Revolution and The Chew, leads the pack with 56 total nominations. Twenty-three of those nods belong to General Hospital, which is nominated for Outstanding Drama Series.
Kathy Griffin's Emmy winning Bravo reality series My Life on the D-List ended in 2009, but the unapologetic red-headed comedian is back —this time with a self-titled talk show. Griffin promises that Kathy, a weekly series that premieres Thursday at 10/9c, will stay true to her no-holds-barred style, which means drinking on set will be frequent, and clothing will be optional.
Tina Fey says there may not be much more 30 Rock in our future.
Fey took a seat on The View's couch Thursday, where she was asked about a series of tweets from co-star Alec Baldwin that said he is "leaving NBC just in time."
Lindsay Lohan, Whoopi Goldberg
The Glee guest-casting bonanza continues.
Whoopi Goldberg has landed a multi-episode arc, while Lindsay Lohan is in final negotiations to appear on the Fox series, TVGuide.com has confirmed.