12:14 PM EDT 04/18/2016
Originally posted 04/11/2016 04:20PM
Nothing like a handful of hit shows and a lifetime achievement award to cause you to take stock of how far you've come.
On Sunday, John Stamos was honored with the Timeless Icon Award at the taping of the TV Land Icon Awards. Speaking to PEOPLE on the red carpet, Stamos said his recent career resurgence has helped him realize just how difficult his recent "rough patches" were.
"I'm really grateful for this moment that's happening right now," said the star of star of Fox's Grandfathered and Netflix's Fuller House, 52.
With more than three decades of on-camera experience under his belt, Stamos has seen his fair share of highs and lows, and now he has a unique perspective as he takes in both his accomplishments and his more trying times.
Originally posted 01/14/2016 03:50PM
Nico Tortorella plays a tattoo artist on Younger, and he's all inked up in real life, too.
"I'm always getting new tattoos," he told PEOPLE on Tuesday night at the Younger and Teachers premiere party at the NoMad Hotel in New York City. "I probably need to stop at some point."
His latest? On his arm, a mother lion picking up her cub in honor of his mom, who proudly walked the red carpet as her son's date at the TV Land bash. And then there's the slightly naughtier addition – "right above my junk," as he put it, laughing – of his name written in script three times that has his Instagram followers drooling over nearly naked mirror selfies.
Originally posted 01/13/2016 03:40PM
Talk about a TV power couple.
Why Younger Star Sutton Foster Is 'Grateful' to Find TV Success at Age 40: 'I Feel So Much More Settled and Confident'
Originally posted 01/13/2016 01:00PM
Like her character, Sutton Foster's career took an exciting turn with a second chapter when Younger came along.
A Broadway breakout in her 20s, Foster is now the leading lady on TV Land's adorable, under-the-radar critical darling, which begins its second season Wednesday and is already greenlit for a third.
"In a career choice of being a performer and an entertainer where there's no real job security and it's hard to look ahead at what's next, it's really cool to know that we have this next season and to know that the network is really behind us and really believes in the show," Foster, 40, told PEOPLE at the Younger and Teachers premiere party Wednesday at the Nomad in New York. "So it's exciting!"
Originally posted 07/01/2015 06:35PM
Fans of the good ol' boys of The Dukes of Hazzard will have to look elsewhere for their daily fix of the show: PEOPLE has confirmed that TV Land, which had previously been airing the show twice a day, has dropped the series from its schedule.
Though TV Land has declined to comment on its reasons for the change, many assume the choice stems from a controversy surrounding the Confederate flag, which is prominently painted on the roof of the Duke brothers' famous Dodge Charger, the General Lee.
Originally posted 06/05/2015 12:10PM
On Younger, Sutton Foster plays a 40-year-old woman pretending to be in her 20s so she can land a job – and a hunky guy along the way. Her character, Liza, doesn't know how to set up a Twitter account or understand hip slang.
So what does the actress think of co-star Hilary Duff's new adventure on Tinder?
"I'm like her older sister, mother figure, but I'm letting her do her thing! She's got to figure it out. That's what it's all about, so I step aside. I have no opinions!" Foster, 40, told PEOPLE on Thursday at the opening night of the ATX Television Festival in Austin, Texas.
"She is a brave, beautiful, strong-ass woman who I admire very much," she added. "I trust her."
Originally posted 06/02/2015 05:20PM
Her adult life is on full display on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Now, Kyle Richards will take fans inside her childhood.
The reality star is producing a TV Land comedy inspired by her upbringing, the network announced Tuesday. 30 Rock producer John Wells is also on board for the untitled project.
Originally posted 04/16/2015 02:35AM
[YOUTUBE "g7-4UVmke5E"] There are a few truths in life. 1. That there's no such thing as too much Betty White. 2. That most people know the lyrics to the Golden Girls theme song. 3. That watching Terry Crews lip sync that song to Betty White is must-see TV.
Crews, who hosts the TV Land Awards on Saturday, gives a spirited performance as he mouths the lyrics to a medley of TV theme songs in the clip above. The number – taped earlier this month – includes nods to The Addams Family, Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Friends and, of course, The Golden Girls.
Originally posted 04/12/2015 08:15PM
The TV Land Awards took it old school on Saturday night, bringing a little bit of country, a little bit of rock 'n roll, and a whole lot of nostalgia for their awards ceremony in Los Angeles. The event honored shows like Parenthood and Ally McBeal and folks like Donny and Marie Osmond (who joked to PEOPLE that the secret to her five decade success is "formaldehyde").
The celebration was a veritable who's who of late night re-runs! Mary Ann (Dawn Wells) from Gilligan's Island was there … Winnie Cooper (Danica McKellar) from The Wonder Years showed up … and Rose Nylon herself, 93-year-old Golden Girl Betty White, came to receive the Legend Award.
Originally posted 11/17/2014 07:20PM
It's time for the ladies of Cleveland to say goodbye.
TV Land announced Monday that Hot in Cleveland, which focuses on a trio of women who moved to Ohio from Los Angeles, will end after its sixth and current season.
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