The cast of classic 90s show Saved By The Bell, especially Elizabeth Berkley (Jessie Spano) and her former onscreen boyfriend Mario Lopez (A.C. Slater) are not happy at the news of a Saved By The Bell Lifetime movie about what went on behind the scenes.
Sarah Palin recently announced that she's launching her own online subscription-based channel. She hasn't officially revealed what the content of the channel will be, but our inside (read: made up) sources have provided us with this list of shows she plans on premiering on her channel! (But really, if people aren't willing to pay for Brazzers, what makes her think they're willing to pay for this?)
A new book threatens to reveal the secret behind The Long Island Medium. That is ridiculous, because there is no secret behind the Long Island Medium. But before you think I'm buying her bull, too, let me explain: I'm not saying that I believe Long Island Medium Theresa Caputo actually talks to dead people, I'm saying that Caputo's doing a very old and common parlor trick called "cold reading," in which people like soothsayers, mentalists and, yes, mediums trick audience members and listeners that they know much mo
The Golden Girls came out in the 1980s, but it's still one of the best shows around, from the writing to the cast to, well, the GIFs. The show that combined Betty White as the dippy Rose Nylund, Rue McClanahan as the southern self-described slut, Bea Arthur as the sassy, smart Dorothy Zbornak and Estelle Getty as the sassier, wise old Sicilian Sophia Petrillo is a classic.
A 'Saved By The Bell' movie is coming to cinemas near you soon! You know what that means? Zac Morris is back!
In news that is liable to break your brain with shock, I now present you some recent research about sex. Are you ready to have your world thrown into a tizzy from which the likelihood of recovery is days away?
Orange Is The New Black is back, and so is Laura Prepon as Alex Vause!
Television legend Ann B. Davis died today at 88 years old. The actress reportedly fell in her bathroom this morning, hitting her head. The injury led to a subdural hematoma, and Davis never regained consciousness.
In celebration of the fact that we are finally getting more episodes of Orange Is The New Black, we caught up with Danielle Brooks (aka Tasha 'Taystee' Jefferson) to get the scoop on season 2.
David Letterman announced his impending retirement this week, and it sent the television and comedy worlds into a frenzy. Who could possibly fill the affable, occasional lothario's hefty shoes? No one. But we found quite a few ladies who could replace Letterman's shoes with stilettos and rock the heck out of a late night hosting gig. And believe us: It was extremely hard to narrow down to just five female comedians.
Nearly three decades ago, I entered a life of sobriety, which catapulted me onto a path of spiritual growth and service. There have been many steps along this journey. First I hosted a local cable TV show on which I interviewed hundreds of guests about a variety of topics which called to me over the course of five years. Eventually I found my own voice as an activist for women's empowerment and sexual rights.
Congratulations to NBC Today host Savannah Guthrie! The toothy beauty is now a Mrs. -- and a mom-to-be!
"I love that woman, I love her more than sharks love blood." That's how Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey) speaks of his beloved wife, Claire (Robin Wright), on Netflix's 'House of Cards.' And even though there are a lot of issues within that marriage, it's very clearly true on both sides.
We admit it: We're obsessed with 'The Bachelor'. Did you tune in this Monday night to hear the women dish all about Juan Pablo and his search for love?
Find out exactly why host Chris Harrison doesn't think ABC will cast a gay or overweight 'Bachelor' -- but why they absolutely should!
Need more evidence that Andi Dorfman is the next Bachelorette? We've got it! The stunning lawyer has taken a leave of absence from her job as an assistant district attorney to film the show. The D.A. of Fulton County, Georgia, where Dorfman works, Paul Howard, Jr., sent Dorfman a letter accepting her leave of absence and also welcoming her back to the team when she's ready.