Supergirl season 2 begins Oct. 10 on The CW
Lori Loughlin's daughters are growing up – and ready to be stars in their own right.
The Fuller House star's two teenage girls have already made their magazine debut in Teen Vogue – Isabella, 17, is a fashion blogger, and Olivia, 16, runs a successful, beauty-centric YouTube channel – but mom Loughlin is quick the remind them that the entertainment industry can get crazy at times.
"I've told them over and over and over again," Loughlin, 52, told PEOPLE Wednesday at the Television Critics Association's summer media event for the Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies and Mysteries. "They just – my kids are insistent. My one daughter's a YouTuber and doing very well, and the other one wants to be an actress."
Anika Noni Rose is getting a taste of Power.
The Dreamgirls star has joined season 3 of the Starz drama, and PEOPLE has an exclusive First Look at her as LaVerne "Jukebox" Ganner, a police officer who goes way back with some of the show's major players.
"She excited me," the Tony Award-winning actress – who most recently starred in the History Channel remake of 1977's miniseries Roots – says about playing tough Jukebox. "I find everything about her delicious. For me as an artist, she is the road less traveled."
Does Hannah Horvath have a baby on board? It would appear so!
Lena Dunham, 30, was seen sporting a prominent (faux) baby bump while filming scenes for the sixth and final season of Girls in New York City on Wednesday.
Clad in a pair of maternity overalls, Dunham's baby belly was unmistakable.
Ed Hartwell has responded to ex Keshia Knight Pulliam's claims that he was unfaithful during their marriage – accusations she made after the former NFL star filed for divorce from the Cosby Show star and demanded she undergo a paternity test.
In a Skype interview with the New York Post's Page Six on Thursday, Hartwell said that Pulliam pressured him to have a baby almost immediately after they tied the knot.