Todd Chrisley hasn't been a household name for very long, but the father of five has already seen his fair share of drama since stepping into the spotlight.
"It's always hard when you have uncomfortable, unfortunate situations occur in your life," the businessman and new reality star tells PEOPLE. "But the family is all good, we're all very blessed."
Shortly after his reality show, Chrisley Knows Best, premiered in March – the series captures Chrisley's lavish lifestyle with wife Julie and the couple's children in their 30,000-sq.-ft. Atlanta mansion – documents surfaced from Chrisley's 2012 bankruptcy filing, revealing precarious finances despite extravagant spending habits.
Sitcoms have given us so much – laughs, convoluted misunderstandings and even life lessons. But on occasion, they also broke from the typical formula and gave us a few scares. Sometimes they did it to celebrate Halloween. Sometimes they just did it to freak out children in the audience who might not be in on the joke.
Mama June is fighting back.
June Shannon, 35, the matriarch on TLC's Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, has denied reports this week that she is dating a convicted sex offender – writing on Facebook that she left the man 10 years ago.
"It isnt true i promise," she writes. "My kids r #1 priority over anything else and I would never put them in danger period over this or anything else they r my life this is my past I left him 10 yrs ago for it and I wouldn't go back."
As far back as we can remember, we always wanted to be a character on The Simpsons. But not everybody feels the same way.
Actor Frank Sivero, who played Goodfellas character Frankie Carbone, has filed a $250 million lawsuit against Fox Television Studios for basing one of The Simpsons's mob characters on his likeness.
Every week, a member of the Nashville cast will blog about the latest episode of the ABC hit. This week, Will Chase – who plays Luke Wheeler – writes about being the other man in the complicated life of Rayna Jaymes.
It's funny. Even with Deacon (Charles Esten) and all of his demons, fans demonize Luke, who has done absolutely nothing wrong. Like, I'm not a freakin' mess! I'm not a bad guy!
Deacon keeps coming and will keep coming. I think Rayna (Connie Britton) might feel a little bit like she's selling out. I like that it's messy rather than it being a maniacal mustache-twirling thing. Even with Deacon's faults, it doesn't mean he can't be good for Rayna. Fans are pretty outspoken with their love for that relationship.