The MTV Video Music Awards may pass out Moonmen to its winners, but the award show is better known for giving music fans unforgettably shocking moments.
It's been 30 years since Madonna popped out of a wedding cake and rolled around on the stage, but her VMA performance is still fresh in our minds. And it was only last year that Miley Cyrus twerked up a storm of controversy with Robin Thicke – certainly no one's forgotten that. While viewers can depend on MTV to deliver the OMGs to kick off awards season, some things have changed.
Kate Gosselin hasn't finished up her run on TLC just yet.
The cable network has ordered more installments of Kate Plus 8 to air in December.
TLC says the cameras will follow Gosselin and her brood as they travel to Boston and explore the New England area as part of their family vacation.
Viewers will also be treated to the Gosselin kids' final days of summer as their mom prepares for another year of school. Cara and Mady will enter eighth grade, while the sextuplets – Alexis, Hannah, Aaden, Collin, Leah and Joel – will go into the fourth grade.
What can we expect from Seth Meyers's Emmy Awards hosting gig?
Famous families grabbed headlines this weekend, from the Crawley clan's water bottle faux-pas and NPH's sweet photo to Christina's baby girl. Here's the news you might have missed:
This one gets complicated, so bear with us: The Clinton Foundation just released this video of Kevin Spacey as his House of Cards character Frank Underwood phoning Hillary Clinton as Bill Clinton, and it's hilarious. Still with us? Okay, read on.
Forget "Crazy Eyes."
Uzo Aduba's eyes only glistened with tears of joy and gratitude Saturday night when she took home her first-ever Emmy for her portrayal of quirky inmate Suzanne "Crazy Eyes" Warren on Orange Is the New Black.
"I feel so full, that's why the tears come out," Aduba, 33, told reporters in the press room following her win for outstanding guest actress in a comedy at the 2014 Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live. "I'm stuffed really. I'm beyond full. My cup runneth over right now. I feel absolutely all of those things: I feel full of joy, like a fountain. Mission accomplished."
Aduba was nominated alongside costars Natasha Lyonne and Laverne Cox and has said it's an honor to just be recognized for her work on the hit Netflix show, which was also her big acting break.
"The last time I was here, Frank and I simply took a car," remarks Claire (Caitriona Balfe) as she looks up at the gloomy Castle Leoch on Saturday's episode of Outlander. In 1945, the trip from Inverness was a matter of hours. But in 1743, it takes days. Claire has no idea where she is, nor how to get back to the standing stones that transported her in time.
Walking through the halls of dark castle, she gets flashes of her visit with Frank. As Claire tends to Jamie's wounds, she wonders what her husband must think of her. Is she injured? Is she dead? Or has she just left him for another man? Claire breaks down in tears when Jamie (Sam Heughan) brings up her husband. "Is he not alive?" he asks. No, Claire answers. And he's not. Yet.
Jamie leaves Claire to get some sleep, which she does until she's rudely awakened by Mrs. Fitz, Castle Leoch's chatelaine. The older woman helps Claire get dressed, marveling over the younger's brassiere. "It's from France," Claire explains. Mrs. Fitz (Annette Badland) seems unimpressed.
Jessa Duggar followed her family's advice on how to find the perfect mate and, for her, it worked! She got engaged to Ben Seewald on Thursday.
But as fans of TLC's hit reality show 19 Kids & Counting – whose new season launches Sept. 2 at 9 p.m. – know, the family's views of love and relationships go far beyond their courtship rules of no hand-holding until engagement, and no kissing until marriage.
The Duggar Rules of Relationships also cover how to "court," not "date," what to ask a prospective suitor before you start courting and how to keep an existing marriage healthy.