It seemed wrong to send someone home on a night when everyone got a 10 or two, but there can only be three couples in Tuesday's Dancing with the Stars finale.
Even though she was partnered with repeat winner Derek Hough, YouTube star Bethany Mota was the latest hoofer to leave the ballroom.
"I discovered things about myself, things I thought I could never do," Mota said. "I never thought I'd be this far in the competition. To be in the finals was the best thing ever."
True Detective has a few more detectives on the case.
It had long been rumored that Rachel McAdams and Taylor Kitsch would be added to the cast, but now HBO has confirmed the actors will join Colin Farrell and McAdams's Wedding Crashers costar Vince Vaughn in the critically acclaimed drama.
Janel Parrish is best known for playing Mona Vanderwaal on the TV drama Pretty Little Liars. She's been paired with pro Val Chmerkovskiy for season 19 of Dancing with the Stars, and she'll be blogging for PEOPLE about her experience on the hit ABC show.
It's honestly surreal to be going into the finals tonight. I don't know how it happened so quickly. I feel like just yesterday I was having my first rehearsal with Val! It's amazing, it's exciting, and I'm also really sad for this journey to end.
I'm kind of surprised I stuck around this long. Honestly, my goal was just to make it through each week, and now I have a new goal, which is to win. Now that it's actually here and it's in sight, I want to go all the way and I want to go all the way with Val and I want us to win.
After guest-starring sporadically last season, Mark Salling (aka Noah "Puck" Puckerman) is excited to be returning full-time to Glee – but he says there is a major void in the show's final season.
"Cory Monteith was a great leader as a character and person in real life," Salling tells PEOPLE of his close friend and costar, who died last summer at the age of 31. "It's a big, obvious hole. I still think about him all the time."
Just when you thought things couldn't get any uglier between Phaedra Parks and husband Apollo Nida, the relationship went from bad to worse on Sunday's The Real Housewives of Atlanta.
"Phaedra is very calculated," said Nida, who is currently serving eight years in prison for bank fraud. "I despise everything about her, but I still love her."
Nida secretly met with an attorney to discuss divorcing Parks – before she could divorce him while he was in jail.
"I don't have anything," Nida told the laywer. "The government's taken everything."
Nobody captures the thrill of going home for the holidays quite like the women of Saturday Night Live.
Last Christmas brought us "(Do It on My) Twin Bed," a rap all about the awkwardness of bringing your significant other to your childhood bedroom. And this weekend, the Thanksgiving-themed "Back Home Ballers" boasted about the perks of staying with mom and dad.
"Head straight to the fridge like a boss yo. Hell yeah, my mom went to Costco," Kate McKinnon spits.
Allison Williams will never grow up!
In NBC's newest behind-the-scenes video for its upcoming live TV event, Peter Pan Live!, Williams admits she was nervous about taking on the role of the boy who can fly.
"I'm not going to lie, the bigness of it felt scary for a hot second," she says in the promo video.
If Kathy Griffin takes over Joan Rivers's gig as co-host on E!'s Fashion Police when the show returns in January, she won't be making as much as the iconic comedian – at least not if the late comedian gets her way.
Tina Fey's first TV comedy since 30 Rock is heading to Netflix.
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, which stars Ellie Kemper (The Office) as a woman who escapes a doomsday cult and starts a new life in New York, will debut on Netflix in March. The comedy was originally developed and ordered by NBC for its midseason lineup before Fey and fellow 30 Rock scribe Robert Carlock realized it was a better fit for the home of House of Cards and Orange Is the New Black.
"When the opportunity arose for Tina Fey and Robert Carlock to premiere their new show on Netflix with a two-season commitment, we decided this was the best possible scenario to launch this captivating new series," said NBC Entertainment Chairman Robert Greenblatt.