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.
Hosting a late night talk show was never a career goal for Craig Ferguson.
As the comedian prepares to exit The Late Late Show in December, Ferguson, 52, tells PEOPLE he held the gig a lot longer than he expected – and never held out hope that he would replace David Letterman.
"I didn't want it," said Ferguson. "I know it is very hard to get people to believe it. It was never my inclination. I never wanted to be a late night host. I did it because it was fun, entertaining and engaging."
Sunday night marked many firsts on The Good Wife: the start of Taye Diggs's guest arc; the introduction of Gunter, a hairy gentleman prone to bathing in the Florrick, Agos restroom; and the long-anticipated acting debut of Valerie Jarrett, President Barack Obama's senior advisor.
But most notably, The Good Wife somehow staged the most suspenseful bail hearing in TV and movie history. (Take that, Hitchcock!) The episode was also jam-packed with great dialogue.
Let's run through the best lines:
At 244 lbs., Andrea Wilamowski wasn't happy.
"I never realized how sad I looked," The Biggest Loser contestant tells PEOPLE of watching herself on the 16th season of the NBC reality weight-loss competition.
Wilamowski, 43, says she first started gaining weight in her early 20s while coping with an abusive marriage. Despite being happily remarried, she feels she spent her whole life focusing on other people rather than herself.
Whitney Duncan is no stranger to reality TV.
In 2007, she finished fifth on season five of Nashville Star. Then, in 2011, she lasted 28 days on Survivor: South Pacific. Now, audiences will see her again on The Amazing Race, which kicks off season 25 Friday night.
And who is Duncan competing with? Keith Tollefson, a fellow Survivor contestant – who also happens to be her new husband.
If you wanted to drop off the face of the Earth, you could do worse than end up on a deserted island with a hunky man on top of you and a good book like Gone Girl to while away the hours!
And that's exactly what happened to Kerry Washington's Olivia Pope – or as she'd rather be known on the lam, Julia Baker – in Thursday's season premiere of Scandal.
Every week, a member of the Nashville cast will blog about the latest episode on ABC. This week, it's Charles Esten (Deacon Claybourne) weighing in on the season premiere, which included both a live performance by the actor of a song he wrote with singer-songwriter Deana Carter ("Strawberry Wine") as well as some momentous developments in the Deacon-Rayna-Luke love triangle.
Shonda Rhimes has done it again.
From Grey's Anatomy to Private Practice to Scandal, the 44-year-old producer has created some of the most dynamic female characters on television.
And now she's added How to Get Away with Murder to her family of must-see shows.
She's a married woman. They're both married men. Of course it's going to be a little uncomfortable!
"It's awkward, but it's been awkward from the beginning. It's always awkward. It doesn't stop being awkward," Scandal star Kerry Washington tells Ellen DeGeneres on her talk show Thursday about kissing costars Tony Goldwyn and Scott Foley.
And there's been a lot of scandalous kissing on the show, too. So, which leading man is the better smoocher?