Don't mess with Cookie, y'all!
Taraji P. Henson takes her Lip Sync Battles very seriously – so seriously, in fact, that for her performance of Mary J. Blige's "Just Fine," the Empire star brought out Blige herself for a little back-up.
There's nothing quite like meeting your husband's … new wife.
On the newest episode of Seven Year Switch (produced by the same team behind Married at First Sight), Danielle Wolf and Rachel Farris come face-to-face for the first time on the Santa Monica Pier.
In an exclusive clip, the two women seem excited at first to finally connect, but the situation quickly turns emotional – and awkward – when Wolf begins to reveal what she and Farris' husband CW McGee have been up to during the experiment.
Missy Piggy and longtime love Kermit the Frog have consciously uncoupled – but they're putting work first for ABC's docuseries The Muppets.
The couple – together for about 40 years after being introduced by mutual friend Jim Henson – announced the split at ABC's summer press tour in Beverly Hills on Tuesday, releasing a joint statement on Twitter.
Fans of The Walking Dead are used to constant anxiety about whether their favorite characters will survive another day of the zombie apocalypse – but it's the deaths caused by other people that are often the most stunning.
Witness the shocking exit of Beth Greene (Emily Kinney) in last year's midseason finale. In an exclusive bonus feature from the season 5 DVD/Blu-ray, members of the cast and crew reveal that learning Beth's fate was as tough for them as it was for viewers.
"I didn't see it coming at all," reveals Andrew Lincoln, who plays Rick. "Watching Norman [Reedus] carry her out was just the worst thing. And then seeing Maggie and Glenn's reaction ... it's so unbelievably sad," he added about the emotional moment when Beth's older sister (played by Lauren Cohan) sees the teen's lifeless body in the arms of an uncharacteristically emotional Daryl (Reedus).
With political excitement building for Thursday's debut debate by the major Republican presidential candidates, The Tonight Show's Jimmy Fallon had more than a little fun Monday night imagining how Donald Trump might be preparing – with some unexpected, high-placed help.