"Don't let fear take over!"
Those motivational words come courtesy of Jennifer Widerstrom, who, along with Jessie Pavelka, will replace Jillian Michaels for season 16 of The Biggest Loser.
Along with veterans Dolvett Quince and Bob Harper, the trainers will focus this season on 20 former athletes, including NFL players and Olympic gold medalists who have let the pounds pile up since their proverbial glory days.
CBS will rely on another European to keep up the laughs in late night.
British actor-comedian James Corden, 36, will take over as the new host of The Late Late Show in 2015, replacing the Scotland-born Craig Ferguson, who announced in April that he'll step down from the late-night show that he's hosted for the past 10 years.
Ferguson's final broadcast will be in December.
Sunday night, HBO's eerie drama signed off in explosive fashion. But in the midst of the chaos, the splintered Garvey clan seemed to find a way back to one another, if only for a moment. Only the baggage they're all carrying is more than any one family should bear.
Sins of the Father
After the penultimate episode went back in time to Oct. 14, the date of the disappearances, the finale returned to the present, opening with Chief Garvey (Justin Theroux) dazed and confused and still keeping watch over Patti's bloody corpse.
It's just been weeks since Jessa Duggar accepted Ben Seewald's marriage proposal – and started holding hands! – but the couple tell PEOPLE they are ready to wed.
"We have most of our planning done," Seewald, 19, tells PEOPLE. "When you're planning a wedding, you can make it complicated or make it simple, and we are trying to make ours simple. There are some things that have to be done right before the wedding, but for the most part, we're ready."
The stars of TLC's hit reality show 19 Kids & Counting, which airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m., will walk down the aisle on Nov. 1 – less than two months from now.
"We have the bridal party picked and the colors are done," says Jessa, 21. "The bridesmaids dresses are selected."
After months of reading about the legal woes facing Teresa Giudice and her husband, Joe – including her pleading guilty to four counts of fraud – viewers were finally able to see the drama that went on behind the scenes on Sunday's Real Housewives of New Jersey.
The most heartbreaking moment came when the Giudices' 13-year-old daughter, Gia, broke down, telling her mother she understood everything that was happening.
"I obviously know what's going on," Gia said. "I'm old enough to understand."
At 72, Betsey Johnson is among the older contestants on the upcoming season of Dancing with the Stars. But she's also one of the most energetic.
The fashion designer, who is paired up with pro dancer Tony Dovolani, is among the 13 contestants vying for the mirrorball trophy on the ABC series.
"What's great about Betsey is she's so inspiring in every way," Dovolani tells PEOPLE. "To be 72, and to do what she does, is so inspiring."
The morning sickness – more like all day sickness – is almost over.
Jill Dillard, 23, who announced her pregnancy exclusively to PEOPLE in August, is now happy to reveal that as she nears the end of her first trimester, she's finally beginning to feel better.
"The last couple of days I have had a little bit of a break from the craziness of morning sickness, more like all day sickness, and that has been a blessing," Jill, the daughter of Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar, tells PEOPLE.
Jill – whose wedding to Derick Dillard, 25, will be featured on this season of TLC's hit reality show 19 Kids and Counting, airing Tuesdays at 9 p.m. – says that the support of her mother, Michelle, 47, has helped as she's struggled through nausea.
The Voice nemeses Adam Levine and Blake Shelton are both family men now. But while Levine just celebrated one big milestone, Shelton isn't quite ready for the next one.
In an appearance to air Monday on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Levine – who married model Behati Prinsloo in July – reveals that he's just head over heels for the word wife.
"I abuse that word right now, a lot," says the Maroon 5 frontman, 35. "I'll say it for no reason. I'll say, 'Where is my wife?' And she'll be right there. Wife, wife, wife. I love that term. I even changed the number on my phone to 'Wife' when she calls."
It's something every Full House and Friends fan has wondered: How could the Tanners/Monica and Rachel possibly afford to live there?
Short answer: They couldn't. Because, reality.
But just how much do you need to suspend disbelief when it comes to this prime television real estate? Trulia decided to find out.