In the words of the youngest member of the Full House family herself, no way José!
Despite previous reports that Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen would not be joining Netflix's much-anticipated Full House reboot, Fuller House, there is still hope for the twins' involvement.
The song "Peeno Noir" became a viral hit after Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt premiered on Netflix earlier this year, but actor Tituss Burgess doesn't get asked to sing it as often as you might think.
"I don't get asked to sing it as much as people ask to sing it for me," Burgess, 36, told reporters at a Television Critics Association panel Tuesday. "I just get randomly sung at on the streets. It's pretty lovely."
Burgess, who has been nominated for an Emmy Award this year for his work on the Netflix series, has a long list of Broadway credits, and his musical aptitude immediately appealed to the show's creators Tina Fey and Robert Carlock.
Talk about being hot for teacher!
While on a panel discussing her hit Netflix show Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, actress Ellie Kemper gushed about her high school drama teacher – Jon Hamm.
"He was not ugly," Schmidt, 35, told reporters of Hamm at the Television Critics Association panel on Tuesday. "He was a wonderful teacher."
Who knew that Rosie O'Donnell, Nate Berkus and Rocco DiSpirito would amount to a charades dream team?
As this exclusive clip from Hollywood Game Night shows, the team is unstoppable, getting every clue from "fisherman" to "priest" and "traffic cop" with the greatest of ease.
Tyler Posey may become a werewolf on MTV's Teen Wolf, but in real life he has a different transformation in mind.
"I kind of want to follow in Ryan Seacrest's footsteps," the actor, 23, tells PEOPLE of his desire to become a host.
And much to Posey's delight, he's now co-hosting with his idol on Fox's new game show Knock Knock Live.
Good morning, Mr. President.
Scandal's Tony Goldwyn, who plays President Fitzgerald Grant on the ABC hit political drama, took to Instagram on Tuesday morning to share a sleepy video with fans.
"Okay, first day directing 502," said Goldwyn in the video, lying in bed in a dark room. "Got to get up."
The Seven Year Switch is about to get more intense than ever as a husband reveals his infidelity.
In an exclusive preview of Tuesday's episode, Neal admits to his "experimental spouse" Alesha that he cheated on his estranged wife.
"When Neal opened up to me that he was having sex with other women, it was a little bit of a shock because Neal had told me that he'd never shared a bed with another woman," Alesha says.
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Though he made a fairly poised exit on the season finale Monday night, The Bachelorette runner-up Nick Viall did let his composure slip a little.
During his limo ride after he all but proposed to Kaitlyn Bristowe – and got rejected – Viall, 34, called himself the "world's biggest joke," and, staying true to the show's dramatic nature, took off a ring he and Bristowe had gotten together in Ireland and tossed it across the car.
Little People, Big World star Zach Roloff prepared for his wedding to Tori Patton on Saturday, it wasn't cold feet he was worried about.
"I've been in chill mode for the last week," Roloff, 25, told PEOPLE exclusively, just ahead of his country-chic nuptials held on his parents' farm in Hillsboro, Oregon. "Whatever happens, happens."
And though the ceremony, which hosted nearly 200 guests, went off without a hitch, Roloff said it was his proverbial two left feet that made him nervous for the reception.
Meet Lady Mary Crawley, family photographer.
It's almost time for Michelle Dockery and the rest of the Downton Abbey cast to say goodbye after six seasons. But first, the actress, 33, who plays Lady Mary in the beloved British period drama, will get as many pictures as she can for posterity.
The Golden Globe and three-time Emmy nominee is documenting the final days of production in a series of photos that she is tagging #LastDaysOfDownton.
So far, she has been focusing mostly on the off-screen talent, including producers and crew who've worked behind the scenes to make the program, which premiered in 2010, such a success.