Report: Joan Rivers hospitalized after she stopped breathing during surgery
According to TMZ, the 81-year-old comedian was rushed to the hospital after she stopped breathing during throat surgery.
Report: Joan Rivers hospitalized after she stopped breathing during surgery
Jimmy Kimmel recreates “Friends” with Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox and Lisa Kudrow
Kimmel “spent” $80,000 building an exact replice of the Rachel and Monica’s apartment so that his “Friends” fan fiction dreams could come true.
Shonda Rhimes to make her acting debut on “The Mindy Project”
The “Scandal” and “Grey’s Anatomy” honcho will play herself on one of her favorite shows.
Karen Gillan takes the Ice Bucket Challenge
The former “Doctor Who” star got drenched by her “Selfie” co-star John Cho.
Stop asking if Tony Soprano lived or died!: David Chase has always held off on giving a definitive answer
That’s why Matt Zoller Seitz wasn’t buying the Vox article earlier today claiming that “The Sopranos” creator did indeed give a definitive answer: "The point is, since 2007 Chase has never straightforwardly explained precisely what he meant to do with the end of 'The Sopranos,' despite having been asked about it in interviews and public appearances," says Seitz. "There have been moments where he seemed to be on the verge of spelling it out for us. He always caught himself and pulled back. But that never stopped people from seizing on certain words or phrases in order to crow, 'See, I toldja! Tony died! David Chase said so!’"
NBC rejected a request to post a suicide prevention number following Robin Williams Emmy tribute
"Collectively we decided to celebrate the life of Robin Williams, not his death or, more to the point, the way he died,” says an NBC spokesperson.
Fox developing insomnia drama “Nod”
Based on the book by Adrian Barnes, “Nod” will explore the world of an "inter-somnial” couple — he can’t stop sleeping while she’s always awake.
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David Chase says his comment on Tony Soprano’s fate was “misconstrued”
“The Sopranos” creator released a statement via his publicist to Vulture responding to his supposed revelation to Vox: "A journalist for Vox misconstrued what David Chase said in their interview. To simply quote David as saying, 'Tony Soprano is not dead,' is inaccurate. There is a much larger context for that statement and as such, it is not true. As David Chase has said numerous times on the record, 'Whether Tony Soprano is alive or dead is not the point.' To continue to search for this answer is fruitless. The final scene of The Sopranos raises a spiritual question that has no right or wrong answer.’"
Weezer frontman’s life inspires a Fox comedy pilot
Rivers Cuomo is teaming with “Psych” creator Steve Franks on “DeTour,” about a 30-something rock star who walks away from the spotlight at the height of his fame. Cuomo took a sabbatical from his rock career in the mid-90s to attend Harvard.
FX orders a clown comedy starring Zach Galifianakis, which he co-created with Louis CK
“Baskets” will follow a guy who works at a rodeo who dreams of becoming a clown.
“COPs” crew member was killed by police fire
Bryce Dion, 38, worked as an assistant cameraman on “COPs” and other TV series.
“Chelsea Lately” exits with more than 1 million viewers
Chelsea Handler had her best ratings last night in 2 1/2 years.
“Tyrant” ends its 1st season down from its debut
The FX series lost 28% of its premiere viewership.
“Sherlock” co-creator will be back on “Game of Thrones”
Mark Gatiss reprise his role as Tycho Nestoris, head of the Iron Bank.
See the “American Horror Story” cast in the “Freak Show” poster
Says Ryan Murphy: "It feels like a Douglas Sirk movie; it's very 1952 presentational and then the horror is an unexpected jab. As opposed to last year, which was crazy camera work and comedy. This year feels different.” PLUS: Watch the latest teaser.
“Glee” final season details revealed: Rachel Berry is the new Mr. Schuester
Returning to Ohio, Lea Michele’s character will attempt to resurrect the glee club that was eliminated after Sue Sylvester banished all the arts at school. Meanwhile, Blaine, Sam and Mr. Schue will have surprising new gigs.
Cinemax’s “The Knick” to get an HBO showcase
The first three episodes of the Steven Soderbergh series will be shown on Cinemax's sibling network on Labor Day.
BET suspends “106 & Park” producer, apologizes to Beyonce and Jay Z over Blue Ivy hair joke
On Monday's show, guest host Karrueche Tran said: "I really did wake up like this, because my parents never comb my hair."
New book details Katie Couric-Diane Sawyer rivalry
In “The News Sorority,” Couric, according to The Daily Beast, "comes across as brash, striving, and self-absorbed, Diane Sawyer is a Machiavellian, often-inscrutable workaholic, and Christiane Amanpour has an off-putting moral superiority.”
Watch Steve Carell and Stephen Colbert sing “The Obvious Song” in 1993
Second City has begun posting its archives to YouTube.
“In the Heat of the Night” is getting another TV remake
“The Help” writer/director Tate Taylor and “Fargo” producer Warren Littlefield are developing the project for MGM TV, set in the present day and based on the 1967 film.
“Sons of Guns” canceled after one of its stars was arrested on child rape charges
A Discovery spokesperson tells TMZ: “Given the serious and horrific nature of the charges against Will Hayden, we have decided to halt further production of Sons of Guns and cancel the series.”
Jay Leno’s Mark Twain Prize ceremony will feature Jimmy Fallon, Jerry Seinfeld, Chelsea Handler, Wanda Sykes
Betty White and Leno’s former “Tonight Show” sidekick Kevin Eubanks will also be part of the Kennedy Center’s 17th annual Mark Twain Prize for American Humor ceremony, taping Oct. 19.
Chris Harrison: “The Bachelor” Chris Soules is "everything the show is based on”
"He's that diamond in the rough from middle America who more than ever needs the show to find his wife,” says Harrison. "It reminds me of Aaron Buerge in Missouri. He needed the show to expand his horizons. So, it takes us back to where the show began.”
“Friends” Central Perk pop-up coffee shop is coming to Manhattan
In celebration of next month’s 20th anniversary of the “Friends” premiere, Warner Bros. is recreating the Central Perk coffee shop.
“Dancing with the Stars” eyeing “The Bachelorette” and a YouTube star
According to TMZ, "American Ninja Warrior" contestant Kacy Catanzaro, Lolo Jones and Antonio Sabato Jr. are on the “Dancing” wish list.
Here’s “The Wire’s” Seth Gilliam on “The Walking Dead”
He plays Father Gabriel Stokes next season.
How “Pretty Little Liars” star found about her summer finale fate
She was told, "You still have a job, don’t worry.”
“Outlander” author Diana Gabaldon will appear on the Starz series she inspired
Gabaldon actually got to speak during her cameo, which she filmed in February.
“COPs” cameraman shot and killed during a police shoot-out with a robbery suspect
The cameraman was shadowing the Omaha police last night when he was caught in crossfire after police exchanged gunfire with a man who allegedly robbed a Wendy’s restaurant.
Did David Chase really reveal if Tony Soprano died or not?
A long-winded piece on Vox posted this morning claims to have the answer. PLUS: Did Chase ruin “The Sopranos’” ending?
“The Colbert Report’s” intro now features Gwen Stefani’s flub
“Colbore” is now part of the opening credits.
Hulu picks up “Party Down” reruns
All episodes of the canceled but beloved Starz series will be available for streaming on Friday.
“Survivor” will have more men than women this season due to a medical issue
"We lost a pair of women, so the way it works out is there are more men than women,” says Jeff Probst. PLUS: Clay Aiken's ex is among the contestants.
“Jimmy Kimmel Live’s” Guillermo gets Emmy winners to drink tequila, including Stephen Colbert
This could be one of Colbert’s last appearances on a rival 11:35 show now that he’s replacing Letterman.
Check out Amazon’s “Transparent”
The comedy starring Jeffrey Tambor about his transgender revelation debuts Sept. 26, with co-stars Judith Light, Amy Landecker, Gaby Hoffmann and Jay Duplass.
Watch the “Grey’s Anatomy” Season 10 gag reel
It includes a lot of dancing.
Jerry Seinfeld’s web show spoofed in "Poor Comedians In A Car Getting Coffee”
Watch the Upright Citizens Brigade’s Kristen Bartlett and Jason Gore interview up and coming comedians using a 2003 Toyota.
It’s official: Iowa farmer Chris Soules is the new “Bachelor”
The 32-year-old “Bachelorette” alum says: "I believe in the process. I believe in what I went through on the previous show and that's why I'm doing it. I wouldn't do it if I didn't feel like that was a potential.”