Cara Gosselin, Kate Gosselin and Mady Gosselin
Kate Gosselin went on the Today show Thursday morning to convince viewers that, contrary to some reports and comments from her ex-husband Jon Gosselin, her children are fine and have no developmental disabilities.
But the move may have backfired, since Gosselin's 13-year-old twin daughters, Cara and Mady, clammed up and essentially refused to speak throughout the entire segment — prompting some awkward (and unsuccessful) prodding by their mother.
Tamron Hall is serious talks with NBC News to become a co-host on the third hour of the Today show.
People familiar with the discussions tell TV Guide Magazine that Hall will be added to the current line-up of Natalie Morales, Al Roker and...
It's been a rough season on Law & Order: SVU thus far for Det. Olivia Benson, who was kidnapped and tortured by a serial rapist in the haunting season premiere.
But behind the scenes, the series' longtime star Mariska Hargitay has only good things to say about the show's current season. "I think it's been...
Alex Trebek is a man of many trades.
The Jeopardy host showed a new side when the category "It's a Rap" came up on Monday's episode during Double Jeopardy...
Tiki Barber and Traci Lynn Johnson
Former NFL star Tiki Barber and wife Traci Lynn Johnson welcomed a baby girl on Friday, Us Weekly reports.
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Jane Pauley, Bryant Gumbel, Matt Lauer
Viewers of the Today show will wake up to a couple of familiar faces Monday morning: Former anchors Bryant Gumbel and Jane Pauley will return to guest-host with Matt Lauer,NBC announced Thursday.
The morning show wars may soon be heading to Lifetime. The cable network is looking at adapting Top of the Morning, based on the book of the same name by former New York Times reporter Brian Stelter, into a two-hour TV movie.
The book follows the cutthroat world of morning TV, where ABC's Good Morning America has recently surged while NBC's Today has stumbles in the wake of several missteps — in particular, the messy departure of co-anchor Ann Curry. Also likely to be addressed: GMA anchor Robin Roberts' battle with cancer and triumphant return to the show.
Olympic figure skater Evan Lysacek will not be competing in Sochi, he announced on Today.
"It's very difficult for me to say that, but my road to Sochi ends here," Lysacek told Matt Lauer on Tuesday. "It's been a difficult decision for sure. Right now my focus has to shift from training and preparing for Sochi ... to getting healthy and trying to heal this injury once and for all."
Pope Francis is Time's Person of the Year.
"So much of what he has done in his brief nine months in office has really changed the tone that is coming out of the Vatican," Time managing editor Nancy Gibbs said during the reveal on Wednesday's Today. "He is saying, 'We are about the healing mission of the church, and not about the theological police work that had maybe been preoccupying us.' [He's stood out as] someone who has changed the tone and perception and focus of one of the world largest institutions in an extraordinary way."
Danielle Brooks with Uzo Aduba and Oh Honey
This week, in order to get into the Christmas spirit, Orange Is the New Black stars Danielle Brooks and Uzo Aduba recorded a holiday medley, and someone made a mashup video of Captain Picard (Patrick Stewart) singing "Let It Snow." Also, Olympic diver Tom Daley posed a coming-out video, an adorable 4-year-old boy named Noah got over his embarrassment about wearing glasses on the Today show, and Steve Coogan did some spot-on celebrity impersonations for Ellen DeGeneres. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos: