The show must go on.
CNN's Don Lemon is under fire for his handling of an interview with a woman accusing Bill Cosby of rape.
Former actress Joan Tarshis, the latest woman to say the comedian sexually assaulted her, appeared on CNN for the second time Tuesday night to tell her story.
But the interview took a turn for the worse when Lemon suggested that she could have used her teeth to avoid performing oral sex on Cosby, a remark that Tarshis tells PEOPLE made her "flustered."
Less than 24 hours after Netflix postponed a planned Bill Cosby special, NBC nixed a comedy project that could have brought the 77-year-old comedian back to prime time.
An insider confirmed to PEOPLE that the project is no longer in development for summer or fall 2015. The idea came from Mike O'Malley (Glee) and Mike Sikowitz and was only in the early stages; the duo hadn't even delivered a script.
President Fitz may want to check on that gun control legislation he's pushing through Scandal's fictional Congress.
In a sneak peek of the simmering ABC show's winter finale – exclusively on PEOPLE.com – Jake (Scott Foley) makes sure Olivia (Kerry Washington) is armed and ready to take on Papa Pope.
The Voice instant save is back – and made for a drama-filled live elimination show Tuesday as three artists fought for the final spot in the Top 10.
Just one night after the remaining 12 artists delivered a string of well-received performances, the artists once again stood onstage, although this time it was to learn their fates.
Host Carson Daly announced the artists who were safe throughout the first two-thirds of the show, until it finally became clear that only Team Adam Levine – who was enjoying his last evening as PEOPLE's reigning Sexiest Man Alive – would be spared potential elimination.
As the country grapples with how to handle immigration, one actress says the national topic hits extremely close to home.
Who killed Sam – and did he kill Lila?
That's the question on every How to Get Away with Murder fan's mind as the ABC legal thriller flashes forward and back.
Thursday's episode is sure to be explosive, and PEOPLE has the exclusive sneak peek at a pivotal scene between an angry Annalise (Viola Davis) and her two-timing husband. She's confronting him about the slaying of his student, but as viewers have learned, he'll also meet an untimely demise.
When it comes to kiddie roles on TV, children are usually relegated to playing precious (or precocious) siblings or neighbors. But the job requirement for small children on FX's action-packed drama Sons of Anarchy is much more demanding – especially this season.
That's why it requires two steely-eyed identical brothers to play Abel, 5, the troubled son of SAMCRO president Jax Teller (Charlie Hunnam) on the motorcycle drama that's nearing its nail-biting series finale on Dec. 9.
This season of SOA marks the most challenging one yet for Evan and Ryder Londo, 6, of Orange County, California, who have traded off playing Abel for the last four seasons.
Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi are good at multitasking – they're getting their holiday cards ready, doing something for a good cause and poking fun at Kim Kardashian all at once.
On Monday's Ellen, DeGeneres revealed her latest cheeky holiday card: a riff on Paper magazine's "Break the Internet" campaign that featured a nude Kardashian on the cover.