Joan Rivers Bolts From CNN Interview: 'You Are Not the One to Interview a Person Who Does Humor!'
What beats a CNN interview in terms of scoring publicity for your new book? How about a moment of raging indignation followed by a dramatic early exit from a CNN interview? Read More
Jenny McCarthy on Leaving The View: 'If Sherri Goes, I Go Too'
Daytime Emmys: NATAS Owes Apology for Red Carpet Show, Rape 'Joke'
When it was announced that this year’s Daytime Emmys would be streamed online (and not broadcast), surely no one imagined that the accompanying red carpet pre-show would set the bar so unacceptably low, with an interview team that would lob rape “jokes,” talk about “go[ing] lesbian” Read More
Lifetime to Air The Unauthorized Saved By the Bell Story
“Extracurricular activities” are about to take on a whoooooole new meaning.
Lifetime will go back to school this fall with The Unauthorized Saved By the Bell Story, a TV-movie that Read More
Number of 'Nielsen Families' that Fuel TV Ratings to Grow 'Significantly'
American Idol: Will Caleb's 'R-Word' Dustup (or Last Week's Top 5 Twist) Factor Into Your Voting?
It only takes one bad performance to derail an American Idol dream — but what if that face-plant involves something other than actual singing?
Season 13 finalist Caleb Johnson will stare down this ominous question come Wednesday night — in the wake of an ugly interview he gave to AfterBuzz TV’s Jason Ikeler following last week’s Top 5 results telecast. READ MORE & TAKE OUR POLLS
Saturday Night Live: Leslie Jones Blasts Critics of Her Slavery-Themed 'Weekend Update' Bit
Don’t say you haven’t been warned: Saturday Night Live writer Leslie Jones’ on-screen debut this weekend — built around the idea that her romantic prospects would’ve been much better “back in the slave days” — may merely have been an opening salvo. READ MORE & TAKE OUR POLL
Naya Rivera Reportedly Cut From Glee Finale; Rep Denies Actress Was Fired After On-Set Clash
Craig Ferguson Quits Late Late Show, Says Plan Was in Place Before Letterman Announced Exit
Ferguson announced during the taping of Monday’s program that he will step down as host of The Late Late Show in December 2014. The news follows CBS’ decision to tap Stephen Colbert — and not Ferguson — to succeed David Letterman as host of The Late Show. Ferguson, however …READ MORE