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Diplomatic relations are still being restored with Cuba – and U.S.'s 50-plus-year economic embargo is still intact – but that didn't stop late-night star Conan O'Brien from heading to the island.
The Conan host and a 10-person crew recently traveled to the communist country's capital city of Havana after receiving an invite from the Cuban Ministry of Culture.
While they were there to tape a special episode of his TBS show, the funnyman says the visit was for more than the laughs, though.
With his directorial debut set to air Friday on Hawaii Five-0, former Lost actor Daniel Dae Kim is helping to create a media landscape that's a little bit more diverse.
In an exclusive chat with PEOPLE, the actor, 46, opened up about his first time directing ("It was a real eye-opening experience"), the importance of diversity in Hollywood and whether he still gets accosted by Lost fans demanding answers.
When it was announced that Kody Brown would divorce his first wife, Meri, for his youngest wife, Robyn, many immediately assumed the worst.
However, while the family clarified in a statement that they simply chose to "legally restructure" the family and that the decision was made as a unit, the Sister Wives stars remain emotional about the change.
In an exclusive clip of the Sister Wives Tell All special airing Sunday, Meri, 44, opens up about her "mixed emotions" following the decision.
In an attempt to gain control of her dire circumstances, Fish Mooney (Jada Pinkett Smith) stabbed out her own eye on Monday's episode of Gotham.
Now, PEOPLE has your exclusive first look at what Fish will look like once Dr. Dulmacher (Colm Feore) has his way with her, and the results are striking.
Now sporting a brand new electric blue eye, we have to wonder from which prisoner the good doctor borrowed from – and what his intentions are.
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Following a killer season finale, you won't need to wait long before How to Get Away with Murder returns to raise more questions than it could possibly answer.
In a promo following Thursday's episode, ABC promised: "Thank God we'll be back with a whole new season of insanity," adding that the show would return in the fall.
Before Downton Abbey finishes its fifth season, many questions must be answered: Will Anna (Golden Globe winner Joanne Froggatt) remain in jail for the murder of her rapist? Will Mary (Michelle Dockery) officially settle on a suitor? And will Violet (Maggie Smith) please deliver a zing – or six – to lighten the mood?
In the midst of all those questions, an exclusive clip sees Lord Grantham (Hugh Bonneville), accompanied by Branson (Allen Leech) and Thomas (Rob James-Collier), heading for a sporting week with the judgmental Lord Sinderby (James Faulkner), aka Lady Rose's new father-in-law.
No, you didn't dream it.
Tony Dovolani gives credit where credit is due – to his wife, Lina.
"My wife is my rock," Dovolani, the longest-running dance pro on Dancing with the Stars, tells PEOPLE.
"She is the most amazing person I have ever met in my life. She takes care of the kids. She takes care of the house. She makes sure that I am successful. If I didn't have her, I don't think I would be where I am today," he says. "Marrying her is probably one of the best decisions I have ever made in my life."
Giuliana Rancic didn't write the joke, she just told it.