The family that prays together actually does stay together – even in Hollywood.
Actress Beverley Mitchell shared a moment that will no doubt delight fans of the long-running series 7th Heaven: a new cast photo.
No, it's not a TV special. But in true, folksy Camden family style, the former colleagues enjoyed their reunion around a dinner table on Tuesday night.
See the awkward – but awesome – styles and poses your favorite TV buddies were rocking 20 years ago
The cast of The Big Bang Theory is on the cover of PEOPLE this week (on newsstands Friday), and as the show enters its eighth season (it's been renewed through season 10), we've gathered some handy trivia to pull out at viewing parties, Comic-Cons, or anywhere BBT fans may assemble. Use it wisely.
At 7'1" and 324 lbs., Shaquille O'Neal needs to have everything custom made: his cars and motorcycles, even his shoes – which, at size 23, are nearly twice the size of those of other mortals.
"I'm a big guy," the former NBA center tells PEOPLE as he sits in the sprawling kitchen of his Orlando, Florida, home. (Seriously: It's so big, there's even an echo.)
"I can't really buy regular things and have them fit," he says. "And I'm a perfectionist. I like things to be done right."
So, when O'Neal, 42, wanted a fish tank for the living room of his 8-bedroom, 10½-bathroom residence, he hired the stars of Animal Planet's Tanked to design and custom build a unit.
New Girl returns to TV for its fourth season Tuesday night. Good thing, because fans were left with a lot of nagging questions.
Will Jess and Nick's friendship stay intact? Is Schmidt finally maturing? And where's Ferguson the cat been lately? Hopefully, viewers will soon have their answers – until then, New Girl fanatics can reminisce about some of the best moments to come out of the gang's Los Angeles digs.
Julianna Margulies dropped in on The Tonight Show Tuesday to see Jimmy Fallon, and the star of The Good Wife took a bit of a left turn from her usual role as a litigator to portray a school vice-principal in a skit with Fallon.
They're on the biggest show on TV, but the stars of The Big Bang Theory say neither fame nor their new, http://www.people.com/article/big-bang-theory-salary-negotiation-kaley-cuoco have changed them.
"Everybody's got their feet on the ground, so it doesn't feel that much different than day one," star Simon Helberg, 33, tells PEOPLE in its new issue, on newsstands Friday.
What began as a series about four lovable brainiacs and the women who love them has blown up into the most popular sitcom on television today, but the show's stars, along with Helberg – Johnny Galecki, 39; Jim Parsons, 41; Kaley Cuoco, 28; Kunal Nayyar, 33; Mayim Bialik, 38; and Melissa Rauch, 34 – say they aim to stay as normal as possible.
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!"
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.' "
Among her legion of fans, Meredith Vieira is a warm TV presence who's reliably upbeat, quick-witted and always ready with a clever wisecrack.
Those who tune into Wednesday's The Meredith Vieira Show may be in for a surprise, then.
On her new daytime talker, the popular host, 60, strikes a serious note to speak candidly on a personal topic, one that has taken on immediate relevance in light of recent news stories involving a video showing NFL player Ray Rice punching his then-fiancée (and now wife) Janay Palmer.