07:28 PM EDT 12/18/2014
Originally posted 12/17/2014 12:00PM
Is it too soon to say that Peggy Carter is basically a goddess and also our heroine?
In a new poster released by ABC, Peggy (Hayley Atwell) is the beautiful, take-no-prisoners badass we know and love from her first appearance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe canon.
The series, which premieres Jan. 6, follows Peggy's return to America from World War II and the events of 2011's Captain America: The First Avenger.
Originally posted 12/09/2014 04:40PM
[BRIGHTCOVE "3926427112001" "" "" "auto"] Is Rayna James really happy about marrying Luke Wheeler?
That's the million-dollar question going into Wednesday night's midseason finale of Nashville on ABC.
In the above exclusive clip from the episode, Rayna (Connie Britton) shows off her new wedding dress before she sits down for a serious chat with her sister, Tandy (Judith Hoag).
Originally posted 12/09/2014 02:30PM
Hold on to your sequins, Dancing with the Stars fans: two-time mirror ball trophy winner Cheryl Burke is quick-stepping over to a new network!
PEOPLE has learned exclusively that Burke, whose contract just expired on the ABC show, will star in a new project for NBC in 2015.
Burke, 30, will be one of several stars on a new variety show. The network isn't ready to reveal the title now, but insiders promise the show will have a competitive element and that Burke will perform.
Originally posted 12/02/2014 07:35AM
The reality star tells PEOPLE she was "really excited" to meet Nigella Lawson
Originally posted 09/28/2014 01:00PM
If the only person you can ever imagine playing Elsa from Disney's animated smash Frozen is Idina Menzel, let it go.
When the fourth season of Once Upon a Time premieres Sunday on ABC, audiences will be introduced to a live-action Elsa played by Australian actress Georgina Haig.
"It's sort of overwhelming," Haig tells PEOPLE of tackling the now iconic role. "I have a lot of responsibility portraying this universally loved character, but I think everyone will be very excited. The series is staying very true to the essence of the characters."
Originally posted 09/24/2014 02:30PM
"Keeping it real," as the premiere episode of ABC's new sitcom black-ish, suggests, isn't always easy.
The show stars Anthony Anderson as Dre Johnson, a husband, father of four and successful ad executive trying desperately to help his upper-middle-class family maintain its black culture – despite their overwhelmingly white surroundings.
It's a possibly limiting premise, but thanks to humorous truths embedded in the concept – it's largely based on Anderson's own experience as an African-American father raising kids in a predominantly white environment – this show just might work.
Originally posted 09/16/2014 11:05PM
The Dancing with the Stars ballroom may lose some serious sparkle at the end of Season 19.
The contract for Cheryl Burke, the first female pro to win two consecutive mirror ball trophies in seasons 2 and 3, is up at the end of this season, and it's not looking likely that she'll return to the dance floor next spring.
"It's so so hard for me to talk about because I have been part of this family for the last decade," Burke told PEOPLE.
"You've seen me grow up on TV, doing what I love in front of millions of people. But I also feel the need to expand and challenge myself and do other things – not that this isn't a challenge. It completely is!"
Originally posted 09/16/2014 10:25PM
Lolo Jones can't stop beating herself up.
The track-and-field star says a missed cue on premiere night not only got her booted first from Dancing with the Stars, but gave her naysayers more reason to criticize her behavior under pressure.
"There have been three times where I have come so close to an Olympic medal and every time those things happen, people tease me, saying, 'You are a failure in the spotlight,' " Jones told PEOPLE after Tuesday's elimination episode. "When that dance happened and I had that moment, I was like, 'Here it goes again. Now everybody is going to say I'm a bad dancer.' "
Originally posted 09/15/2014 07:40PM
When Jonathan Bennett hits the Dancing with the Stars stage Monday night, there will be two important supporters missing in the audience – his parents.
"I’m doing every performance for both my parents because I know how much they would love to see me on this," the Mean Girls heartthrob told his hometown newspaper The Blade of being inspired to join the season 19 cast of the ABC reality competition after losing his mother in 2012 and his father in April.
"I just lost my father to brain cancer not but three months ago and this was his favorite show on television," said Bennett. "And when he was sick in hospice, the only show he wanted to watch was Dancing with the Stars because he said this show made him feel good."
Originally posted 06/11/2014 02:45PM
Facing two custody cases while maintaining a nonstop career, Sherri Shepherd has endured a rough couple of months. But The View co-host says she's holding up just fine.
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