01:01 AM EDT 08/04/2015
Originally posted 08/03/2015 08:20AM
Greg Louganis knows he's not perfect.
And now, the openly gay Olympic diver is reliving all his "mistakes" in the new HBO documentary Back on Board.
"I kind of squirm in my seat and feel a little awkward and say 'Oh my God. I made that same mistake again,' " Louganis says of watching the final cut of the documentary, which premieres Tuesday. "I've been through an amazing but really crazy journey. Mine is a story of perseverance and seeing things change."
Originally posted 07/30/2015 09:15PM
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has weighed in on Hulk Hogan's racism scandal.
Originally posted 07/27/2015 08:45PM
Actress and comedienne Whitney Cummings has spoken out about her recent weight gain.
Originally posted 06/15/2015 08:45AM
Yes, Game of Thrones went there ... again.
Originally posted 05/18/2015 06:20PM
Photographer Gillian Laub made waves in a small Georgia county in 2009 when she published a series of photographs she had taken that shined a national spotlight on a high school's segregated proms.
Originally posted 05/08/2015 03:20PM
Queen Latifah has the blues in a beautiful new exclusive poster for her upcoming film Bessie.
In the HBO biopic, the actress and musician stars as 1920s icon Bessie Smith, who transformed from a Tennessee preacher's daughter to "The Empress of the Blues."
Bessie also sheds light on Smith's struggles during her rise to fame. Though the star recently said in Uptown Magazine of Smith's sexuality, "It's not like it's a secret with her story. She was just free," her orientation was merely one way Smith pushed boundaries after stepping into the national spotlight.
Four more exclusive posters also reveal the pivotal characters in Smith's world, portrayed by Boardwalk Empire's Michael Kenneth Williams, Scandal's Khandi Alexander, Sparkle's Mike Epps and Oscar winner Mo'Nique.
Originally posted 05/06/2015 01:00PM
HBO and FX – and their shows Olive Kitteridge and Justified – led nominations for the 5th annual Critics' Choice Television Awards, announced Wednesday.
HBO received 27 total nominations and FX garnered 16, while fan favorites like The Good Wife, American Horror Story: Freak Show and The Big Bang Theory also scored multiple nominations.
Originally posted 05/04/2015 04:45PM
Frances Bean Cobain was just 20 months old when Kurt Cobain committed suicide, but a new documentary has finally allowed the now 22-year-old to get to know the man who was her father.
Originally posted 04/26/2015 05:50PM
Everyone who's watched Game of Thrones has imagined what it would be like to live within the Seven Kingdoms. Would you survive? Would you thrive? Would you conquer? We are here to answer your questions. If you're considering moving to Westeros, make sure to take this quiz first, so at least you know what you're getting yourself into re: life expectancy.
Originally posted 04/15/2015 01:50PM
They plays sisters on-screen and soul sisters off!
Sophie Turner, 19, and Maisie Williams, 17, not only grew up together on Game of Thrones, but they also became good friends at the same time. Turner plays Sansa Stark while Williams portrays her younger sister Arya in the HBO drama, which began its fifth season on April 12.
"We text daily," the U.K. born Turner tells PEOPLE. "We don’t ring each other up anymore!"
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