Queen Latifah's short but sweet run as a daytime talk show host is about to end.
Production on The Queen Latifah Show, which is currently in its second season, will wrap by the end of the year. Original episodes of the show will continue to air on CBS-owned stations through March of 2015.
The host posted this goodbye on the show's Facebook page:
The producing duo behind two of Bill Cosby's most successful sitcoms are speaking about the comedian, who continues to be dogged by accusations that he drugged and assaulted women early in his career.
She's a supermodel and a businesswoman, and now Cindy Crawford will be taking her talents to Cougar Town.
The star is set to appear on the TBS hit when it returns on Jan. 6 for its sixth and final season, the network tells PEOPLE exclusively.
It's yet to be seen what sort of trouble Crawford, 48, will find herself in with the Cul de Sac Crew, but one hint is that she will be playing herself in a surprise role.
When it comes to bad fashion, Stacy London isn't afraid to speak up, and she's back at it on a new show for TLC.
"I'm super excited to be back," the TV host tells PEOPLE of her new series Love, Lust, or Run. "I was burnt out after What Not to Wear. It was a good amount of time for me to take off. I rested and did a lot of traveling, it was amazing!"
While the new show, which premieres Jan. 23 at 9 p.m. on TLC, is still fashion-focused, this time London works her magic by "making under" women – toning down some very over-the-top looks.
"It was an easy thing to say yes to," she says of her new gig. "Everyone here is like family and it felt like the right time."
If public and media scrutiny can't help this marriage, maybe a therapist can!
In this exclusive clip from Friday's finale of Kendra on Top, Kendra Wilkinson and Hank Baskett allow the cameras to follow them into therapy, where they discuss whether their five-year-marriage is worth saving.
Stephen Fishbach was the runner-up on Survivor: Tocantins and has been blogging about Survivor strategy for PEOPLE since 2009. Follow him on Twitter @stephenfishbach.
"Someone flips over that quickly to our side, it's just as easy to flip-flop back."
– Jerri Manthey, Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains
Wednesday night's episode of Survivor presented us with two shocking possibilities.
Could San Juan del Sur turn out to be a good season? And could Jon Misch actually be a good strategist?
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.