08:58 AM EDT 12/19/2014
Originally posted 12/18/2014 10:50PM
[BRIGHTCOVE "3951762806001" "" "" "auto"] It's been a year of ups and downs for Dan Bucatinsky.
Originally posted 12/18/2014 10:05PM
Star-studded award show or swanky airport lounge? It's all the same to Jon Hamm.
Originally posted 12/18/2014 08:05PM
Is anyone immune to the charms of George Clooney?
Clearly, the famously frosty occupants of Downton aren't – even the stiff upper lips of butler Carson and housekeeper Mrs. Hughes have been turned into glowing smiles by the Oscar-winner's presence.
The selfie was taken during the filming of Clooney's appearance in a special charity sketch of Downton Abbey. The hit period drama airs on British TV on Friday at 4 p.m. ET.
Originally posted 12/18/2014 07:30PM
Ben McKenzie has just confirmed all of our teenage, O.C.-centric dreams: He's great in bed.
Originally posted 12/18/2014 05:55PM
Paradise has ended for Cody Sattler and Michelle Money, who met on ABC's Bachelor in Paradise over the summer.
While former castmates Marcus Grodd and Lacy Faddoul have wedding bells in their future, Money and Sattler took to social media Thursday to share that they have split after six months together.
"Cody and I have decided that we are going to move on from our relationship," Money, 34, wrote on her Facebook page. "I feel very blessed and fortunate to have shared such beautiful memories with such an incredible guy. ... This decision has been a very difficult one to make, to say the least."
Originally posted 12/18/2014 10:20AM
Stephen Fishbach was the runner-up on Survivor: Tocantins and has been blogging about Survivor strategy for PEOPLE since 2009. Follow him on Twitter @stephenfishbach.
"So I did what I had to, I made huge moves, I dug around for the idols to make sure nobody else had them, and I won challenges when I absolutely had to. Everything I did was strategic, nothing was out of malice, and I'm here – day 39 – because Rachel made that sacrifice." – Tyson Apostol, Winner of Survivor: Blood vs. Water
In a humdrum season, we actually have a great winner.
On Survivor's season finale Wednesday, Natalie Anderson plotted and finessed her way to a million dollars and the title of sole survivor.
Originally posted 12/17/2014 10:30PM
Although Survivor: San Juan Del Sur was an uneven entry in the long-running reality show, the season finale had its share of blindsides and backstabbing – and, ultimately, a satisfying winner.
At the beginning of the final episode, it looked as though former Miss Michigan USA Jaclyn Schulz would be the next to go – and she would have been, had perennial CBS reality star Natalie Anderson not saved her with her immunity idol.
After Schulz won the final immunity challenge, the tribe voted out likable Louisiana firefighter Keith Nale, leaving an all-female final 3. At the final tribal council, Schulz, Anderson and Texas cheerleading coach Missy Payne answered the pointed questions of the jury.
Originally posted 12/17/2014 07:40PM
[BRIGHTCOVE "20884230" "" "" "auto"] Between hiding out in bushes to stalk a former lover, hitting on her 23-year-old mover, and the usual tiffs that are so prevalent in the Real Housewives franchise, Brandi Glanville has had a pretty eventful season on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills so far.
Glanville, 42, stopped by the PEOPLE Now studios to talk stalking tips and – most importantly – how to make up with a "frenemy." (We're looking at you, Adrienne Maloof.)
Originally posted 12/17/2014 07:30PM
Just in time for the holidays, Nick Lachey has returned to host The Sing-Off, which he calls "a feel-good show in a feel-good time of year."
"The great thing about The Sing-Off is that it's given such a faith to cappella music that it inspires groups out there to actually form for the show," Lachey tells PEOPLE. "[It's] great to see new groups and new talents inspired by what groups of the past have done at this point."
With a winner to be crowned at the end of the night, the two-hour special airing Wednesday at 9/8 p.m. on NBC is bound to offer great performances.
Originally posted 12/17/2014 05:25PM
Originally touted as a standalone anthology series, all of the gruesome stories in Ryan Murphy's American Horror Story are now connected – and Naomi Grossman's Pepper is the character to tie it all together.
Having first appeared in Asylum, AHS's second season, Grossman was back for its fourth – Freak Show – in an expanded role in the canon. The timeline, set 12 years before the events of Asylum, has Grossman's costar Lily Rabe reprising her role as Sister Mary Eunice in Wednesday night's episode.
PEOPLE chatted with Grossman exclusively to discuss Pepper, her backstory, the American Horror Story universe, a Pepper/Matt Bomer sex scene and how working with the "freaks" has changed her worldview.
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