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Kirstie Alley's big comeback didn't quite work out. TV Land has canceled Kirstie after only one season, Deadline.com reports. How are these stars still working? On the series...
What would've happened to the cast of Cheers if nobody ever knew their name? "I'd be running a sober living environment!" George Wendt, who played the bar's best patron Norm, tells us. '90s shows that need to make a comeback Wendt, Ted Danson, Kirstie Alley, Shelley Long and Bebe Neuwirth recently got together on set where they looked back at some their fondest memories from the show's 11 seasons. So, what did the group have to say about their first (nearly canceled) season and what they'd be doing today had the show not caught on? Watch:
Party of Five alum Michael A. Goorjian will guest-star on Covert Affairs next season, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.Goorjian will play Borz Altan, a former U.S. ...
Leah Remini is finally breaking her silence about her split from the Church of Scientology. In a lengthy interview with Buzzfeed, Remini recounts her "horrendous" first exposure to the church as a child, when her mother relocated Remini and her sisters to Clearwater, Florida, where they became members.
Kirstie Alley has never been one to mince words, and during an interview with Howard Stern on Wednesday, the actress turned her tongue against Leah Remini. Alley called Remini, who left Scientology in July, a "bigot" and asserted that her negative claims about the church are "bullsh--." Remini said in September that she has lost friends since leaving Scientology and that the church was looking for her to fail onDancing with the Stars, where she finished in fifth place. Stars who quit Scientology