Tracy Morgan’s Doctor on his Recovery: “It’s a Miracle, Really’

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Tracy Morgan’s doctor on his recovery: “It’s a miracle, really”

Dr. Brian Greenwald, Morgan’s brain doctor, says: “When I started treating Tracy in June 2014, if someone had told me that he’d be on SNL in October of 2015 I would’ve had to look at that with great doubt. Unfortunately, so many people don’t recover as well as he does.”

Steven Tyler is set to perform with Hayden Panettiere on Nashville

The former American Idol judge, who’s working on a country album, posted a pic of him and Panettiere on set of the ABC series.

Donald Trump: Stephen Colbert asked me to be on his first show

“He asked me to be on his show, and I haven’t accepted yet, but he wanted me to be on the first show,” The Donald tells The Hollywood Reporter. “You don’t know who Stephen Colbert is yet. Is he going to be the man that he was or is he going to be himself? But I think he’ll do well.”

The Good Wife is pitting Peter Florrick vs. Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination

Peter’s Season 7 presidential candidacy storyline will be set against what’s really happening in the political campaign. “We’re trying to parallel what’s happening on our show with what’s happening in reality,” says co-creator Robert King.

Smash alum Megan Hilty is headed to TV Land

She’ll star opposite Hamish Linklater in the comedy pilot I Shudder.

Hillary Clinton: A Real Housewives of New York fan?

Newcomer Dorinda Medley says she heard that the Democratic presidential candidate is a fan of her Bravo show.

Ballers promotes Arielle Kebbel

She’ll become a series regular in Season 2.

Damon Lindelof sticks up for Game of Thrones Season 5

Noting that George R.R. Martin once criticized the Lost finale, Lindelof says: “I don’t watch television to find things to gripe about, and I think we live in a clickbait-y media culture that exists to pick things apart. I love-watch Game of Thrones, so I’m immensely forgiving of things that perhaps are not the strongest attributes of the show.”

Jared Fogle to also plead guilty to having sex with 14 underage girls, and will likely serve prison time

Under a plea agreement, the former Subway spokesman will plead guilty to the underage sex and child pornography charges, while paying $1.4 million in restitution to his victims and registering as a sex offender. Fogle could be sentenced to at least five years in prison.

Buffy’s Nicholas Brendon to appear on Dr. Phil

The troubled actor will discuss his substance abuse problems on the Aug. 26 episode.

Taraji P. Henson plays Fast Family Feud on Fallon

“I got this — Jimmy, go home,” she said on last night’s Tonight Show. “You are too competitive. Look at you! Smoke is coming out of your ears.”

Kelly Clarkson sets Tinder profiles to music on Kimmel

Watch her belt out lines like “I’m five-foot-nine” or “I love my hairless cat, baking cookies and smoking blunts.”

Grandfathered books Patrick Fischler

He’ll guest as Paget Brewster’s brother.

Yvonne Craig, the first actress to play Batgirl, dies at 78

Craig joined the ‘60s Batman TV series for its final season. “I hear from women that I was their role model,” she told CNN last year. She said fans would tell her: “When I was a little girl, I realized that girls could kick butt just like guys.”