Bruce Jenner likely to Talk to Diane Sawyer about his Transformation to a Woman
Bruce Jenner likely to talk to Diane Sawyer about his transformation to a woman
An exclusive interview with the E! star is set to coincide with Jenner's new docuseries, with Sawyer in final negotiations to sit down with Jenner.
SNL's only female boss, who was fired after just 1 season, will be part of the 40th-anniversary special
Jean Doumanian became executive producer of "Saturday Night Live" after Lorne Michaels left in 1980. She hired a cast that included Eddie Murphy, Gilbert Gottfried and Joe Piscopo, before eventually being let go after the 6th season ended in 1981. PLUS: Weekend Update host Colin Jost wrote an "unfunny" piece for the New Yorker.
Sam Smith, Iggy Azalea, Drake and Britney Spears read "Mean Tweets" on Jimmy Kimmel
In fact, this was this 2nd musical edition of "Mean Tweets" marks the 2nd time that Britney has participated in the "Mean Tweets" segment in as many months.
Republican congressman won't talk about his Downton Abbey-inspired office
A Washington Post reporter "created a bit of a crisis" when he found out that U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock of Illinois hired an interior decorator to make his Capitol Hill office look like the red room on "Downton Abbey."
CW picks up Tales from the Darkside and Californication creator's Dead People
"The Originals" and "Vampire Diaries" showrunner Julie Plec is behind the updated version of Tales from the Darkside, while Dead People will revolve around a taxi driver who can see ghosts.
Larry David's Broadway debut went well
The "Curb Your Enthusiasm" star began previews Monday night for Fish in the Dark.
Jimmy Fallon kicks off his L.A. Tonight Show stint with a Fresh Prince spoof
Fallon starred in a nearly shot-for-shot remake of Will Smith's Fresh Prince of Bel-Air opening. PLUS: Chris Pratt and Chris Evans help Fallon photobomb Super Bowl attendees.
Gotham plans to "scratch the surface" of The Joker before the end of the season
Says exec producer Bruno Heller: "Just scratch it -- a little tap on the door." PLUS: Meet the Scarecrow.
British actor hired for Mike White's HBO drag queen nanny comedy
Augustus Prew will star in Mamma Dallas, playing a hard-living nanny for a conservative Dallas family.
See what Ross and Rachel's Friends Baby Emma looks like now
Noelle and Cali Sheldon, 12, played Emma Geller-Green on the final seasons of hit sitcom.
Lifetime casts Bella Thorne as a teen heroin addict
The former Disney Channel Shake It Up! star will play a high school dancer who begins abusing drugs in Perfect High.
Gluten-free eaters are upset with Nick Offerman's NASCAR ad
"When our idea of danger is eating gluten, there's trouble afoot," the "Parks and Rec" star says in his Super Bowl commercial, which has prompted a petition from gluten-free eaters.
Meet the Shameless wedding groom
Is Gus really the nice guy we think he is?
Introducing "Scientifically Accurate Barney"
Fox's ADHD has added "Barney and Friends" to its Scientifically Accurate series.
CBS boss Les Moonves jokes about Letterman being more of a curmudgeon than Bill Belichick
Check out David Letterman's Intern Todd at the Super Bowl.
Moesha's brother arrested
Marcus T. Paulk was accused of DUI and possessing a bag of marijuana in Arizona on Monday.
Adam Scott learns about the word "awful" on Sesame Street
The Parks and Recreation star felt awful after eating Murray's cupcakes made of salt.
Dominic West is the latest The Wire alum to prove he can rap
Watch "The Affair" star show off his rapping skills in a new video.
Cinemax orders '70s-set Vietnam vet drama Quarry
Logan Marshall-Green stars as an ex-Marine who returns home only to be shunned "and wrapped up in a network of killing and corruption."
Mistresses bringing back Justin Hartley
He'll appear in two episodes this summer.
Conan reveals an even more depressing Super Bowl ad
Watch an even more horrifying spot than the one shown on Sunday night.
Syfy adds "The Americans" alum Lee Tergesen to Defiance
He'll play a ruthless leader named General Rahm Tak.