A world record holder will be joining the strange world of American Horror Story this fall.
Robin Williams will definitely have a place at the 66th Annual Emmy Awards.
Four years after the shocking death of Brittany Murphy at the age of 32, Lifetime is planning to air a TV movie about the late actress.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the two-hour biopic will premiere on Sept. 6. Titled The Brittany Murphy Story, the project will start with Murphy as an aspiring child star in the '80s and follow her career and personal life through her 2009 death due to pneumonia, including the resulting aftermath.
The reigning champ of Dancing with the Stars won't be back, but his brother will.
So will five-time champion Derek Hough and two-time winner Cheryl Burke, not to mention a few fresh faces and a winner from the U.K. version of the competition show.
All told, 12 pros were revealed this morning on ABC's Good Morning America in anticipation of the 19th season premiere of DWTS on Sept. 15.
Come on everybody, let's go!
Being a reality star isn't all fun and games – especially when you're contractually obligated to spend time with your estranged husband.
Hold on to your hats, baby girls: Malcolm Winters is returning to Genoa City!
Zosia Mamet says she's suffered from an eating disorder for most of her life – in secret.