CBS to begin airing the Hollywood Film Awards

CBS to begin airing the Hollywood Film Awards

Dick Clark Productions, which is behind the Golden Globes and many other awards show, will be behind the new October awards show.

Mom from "Dance Moms" allegedly attacked Abby Lee Miller

TMZ reports today that Kelly Hyland was arrested back in November for assault and harassment of the Lifetime star.

"Parks and Rec" turns 100: Co-creator wants a Hillary Clinton ending, jokes of spinning off Jean-Ralphio
For Michael Schur, a perfect ending -- "five seasons away" -- would have Leslie Knope bumping into Hillary Clinton in Washington, with Hillary saying, "Leslie." He also jokes of doing a Sapperstein family spinoff starring Henry Winkler, Ben Schwartz and Jenny Slate.

Camryn Manheim to play Halle Berry's best friend on "Extant"
This marks Manheim's return to CBS after co-starring on "The Ghost Whisperer."

Watch Patton Oswalt ride in a DeLorean with Jerry Seinfeld

It's the latest episode of "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee." PLUS: Conan presents a "Patton Oswalt Gets The Crap Kicked Out Of Him" supercut, and Oswalt answers 20 Playboy questions.

Oprah comes to the rescue on Lindsay Lohan's OWN reality show

Oprah Winfrey herself appears on "Lindsay," getting Lohan to tell her: "I know this is my last shot at doing what I have to do."

"Men at Work" will host a "Las Vegas" reunion with Molly Sims
Sims will reunite with James Lesure, playing his love interest.

ID to mark Valentine's Day with Wendy Williams' "50 Ways to Leave Your Lover"
The Investigation Discovery special is meant as an anti-Valentine's Day celebration. PLUS: ID orders "Secret Lives of Stepford Wives."

Military Channel is changing its name to American Heroes Channel

Military Channel is changing its name to American Heroes Channel
Starting on March 3, the Military Channel will expand its focus to police officers, fire fighters and others who do heroic deeds in their everyday lives.

Nat Geo to air a 2-hour "Live From Space" special
The International Space Station event will air to coincide with Seth MacFarlane's "Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey."

"Chicago PD" attracts 8.6M, People's Choice Awards declines
The Dick Wolf spinoff was up over two million from "Chicago Fire's" debut.

"Tywin Lannister" will narrate the BBC's Winter Olympics coverage

"Game of Thrones" star Charles Dance will take over voiceover duties this year.

Lindsay Lohan's OWN reality show debuts March 9, OWN orders another Tyler Perry series
"Single Moms Club," based on the upcoming movie, will be Perry's latest series for Oprah.

"Girls" to debut new songs from Beck, Lily Allen, Miguel
 "We had Miguel write us a new song," says "Girls" music supervisor Manish Raval. PLUS: Rihanna doesn't want her music on "Girls."

Watch Stevie Nicks' "American Horror Story" cameo
She played a slightly altered version of herself.

Cecily Strong: "SNL's" new black female hires are "crylaugh funny"
"No ass kissing, I'm so excited about our new snl hires," she tweets.

Sofia Vergara fake slaps Jimmy Kimmel
Watch them read mean internet comments about each other.

"Veronica Mars" going on Amazon Prime

All three seasons will be available for steaming.

Hulu adds "The Bridge's" original Danish/Swedish version

"Broen"/"Bron" will be available starting Jan. 14.

"Vampire Diaries" stars Nina Dobrev & Ian Somerhalder make fun of their real-life breakup
Watch them win a People's Choice Award for "Best Chemistry." PLUS: Happy 25th birthday, Nina Dobrev!

WWE Network is launching online in February

WWE Network is launching online in February

A 24-hour streaming service devoted to all things WWE premieres Feb. 24, at a cost of $10 a month.

Why "SNL's hiring of 2 black female writers is more significant

It shows that Lorne Michaels cares about having a diversity of ideas. PLUS: Taiwanese animators tackle Sasheer Zamata's hiring.

See pics of FX's "Fargo"
The miniseries remake of the Coen brothers classic airs this spring.

Watch Shia LaBeouf sing about lying on "Even Stevens"

A preteen LaBeouf singing "I Always Find a Way" is more notable in the wake of his current plagiarism scandal.

Bob Saget has an "HIMYM" question for Josh Radnor
"How did you turn into me when Ted got older?"

Lifetime unveils its extended "Flowers in the Attic" trailer

Check out the movie based on the 1979 novel starring "Mad Men's" Kiernan Shipka, Heather Graham and Ellen Burstyn.

Food Network orders "Buy This Restaurant," cancels "Chef Wanted"
Anne Burrell's reality show is done after three seasons.

Bob Costas under fire for comparing some Winter Olympics sports to "Jackass"
"I think the president of the IOC should be Johnny Knoxville, because basically, this stuff is just Jackass stuff that they invented and called Olympic sports," Costas said this week.

"Sherlock" Seasons 4 and 5 have already been plotted
Says Steven Moffat: "Rather excitingly, (co-creator) Mark (Gatiss) and I, for no particular reason, we just got out of the rain and sat at the top of the ('Sherlock') production bus… and we just started plotting out what we could do in the future." PLUS: Moffat won't rule out a Matt Smith visit to "Sherlock."

"Enlisted" creator is "proud" of his pilot, yet "embarrassed" by "too many mistakes"
"I'm proud of the pilot on a story level, but on a technical level I'm totally embarrassed by it," says Kevin Biegel, adding: "We made too many mistakes and we didn't do our diligence."

Mariska Hargitay talks about facing her "SVU" attacker

"I think it was important for her to face him again because she can, and victims, I feel, need to sometimes be reminded of their own inner strength. That's what I wanted to do," the actress says of confronting Pablo Schreiber's character. PLUS: Ranking "SVU's" creepiest guest stars.

"Downton Abbey" producer: We haven't decided an end date for the series
Exec producer Gareth Neame has dismissed talk that the show will end after Season 5. PLUS: Meet the "Downton" costume designer.

"Being Mary Jane" delivers big numbers for BET
About 3.3 million watched the first airing of the Gabrielle Union series.

Matt Lauer to host "Going for Gold," which has nothing to do with the Olympics
The one-hour NBC special will actually celebrate this year's Golden Globe nominees.

Why Damon Lindelof decided to return to TV, with "Leftovers"
The "Lost" co-creator admits he was "so terrified" to tackle another project -- until he discovered the book that would become HBO's "The Leftovers."

Will Americans watch a "Utopia" reality show?
The Dutch format from "Big Brother's" creator has 15 people create their own society, with their own rules.

Watch the new "Americans" teaser
This one focusing on "Rules."

"Downton Abbey" vs. "The Walking Dead"

Both hit shows have a lot more in common than you might think.

Dick Clark's "American Bandstand": Anti-gay?
A new report in The National Enquirer claims Clark would "purge gays from the ranks," especially with many of the male dancers being in the closet.

This week's "Mindy Project" offers insight into how women see themselves

The Tinder episode revolved around body image and confidence. PLUS: Why don't more sitcoms use dating websites?

"Real World" boss defends adding exes and letting housemates use smartphones

Jon Murray explains the changes for the San Francisco edition: "There's a closed social-media site where family and loved ones, and most importantly exes, can see what’s going on when the cast posts pictures and things. We looked at the way we tell stories and the pacing of the show. We're playing more scenes dry, without music. We're pulling the lens back a little, you see some of the cameras on the floor." PLUS: Ranking the best "Real World" stars.

Evaluating the style of "Justified"
Who had the best look in the Season 5 premiere? PLUS: Michael Rappaport seems out of place.

"Teen Mom" Farrah Abraham regrets making a sex tape
"If I went back in time, I would not have done it. The sex tape ruined my life," she says.

Buy some "Game of Thrones" mini-figures

HBO is selling special miniature figurines of the "Thrones" characters.

Jane Lynch's divorce is settled
The "Glee" star's wife is expected to get spousal support.

Dick Wolf's "Chicago PD" is badly cast and badly written
"Designed for people who want the legal clock turned back, not just to before the Constitution, but before the Magna Carta, 'Chicago P.D.' is an insult to Chicago, police departments and viewers alike," says Robert Bianco. "Against stiff competition, it claims the title of NBC's worst series since last fall's similarly atavistic and quickly canceled Ironside, which at least had Blair Underwood going for it." PLUS: "Chicago PD" doesn't feel very Chicago, and embrace "Chicago PD" as comfort food.

"Workaholics" star Anders Holm becomes a dad
Holm and his wife welcomed a baby boy on Dec. 19.

Zoe Saldana to star in 'Rosemary's Baby'

Zoe Saldana to star in "Rosemary's Baby"
The NBC miniseries has cast the "Avatar" and "Star Trek" star in the role made famous by Mia Farrow.

Aaron Paul: Bryan Cranston and I want to be part of 'Better Call Saul'

Aaron Paul: Bryan Cranston and I want to be part of "Better Call Saul"
The former "Breaking Bad" star tells Details: "Both Bryan and I want to be a part of that, if they'll have us."

Fox News chief wants to create a history channel with Bill O'Reilly: "I'd like history done correctly for a change"

"I would like News Corp to form a history channel and let Bill work with me," says Fox News chairman and CEO Roger Ailes. "I'd run it for him because I'd like history done correctly for a change. They're not teaching the kids the real stuff. I think there is room for another channel, and I would love to do it."

Bruce Springsteen is returning to "Late Night"

Jimmy Fallon is excited to have "our pal" back next Tuesday.

"Justified" returns down 21%
About 2.84 million tuned in for the Season 5 premiere.

NBC orders "Marry Me" from the creator of "Happy Endings"
David Caspe's comedy pilot revolves around a recently engaged couple.

Ellen unveils her official Oscars poster

"I'd like to thank The Academy. Seriously. Thank you," tweeted Ellen DeGeneres.

Stevie Nicks just wanted to do an "American Horror Story" walk-through
"I would just walk through and go, 'Hello, witches! Goodbye, witches!' I really thought that was going to be it," she says. "I had no idea that I’d be written in until I got to New Orleans."

Travel Channel orders pilots for Penn Jillette's "Street Cred," plus "Booze Traveler" and "Great Escapes"
Jillette will travel the country with a hidden camera to find the best street performers.

'SNL' hires 2 more black females, as writers

"SNL" hires 2 more black females, as writers
Comediennes LaKendra Tookes and Leslie Jones were part of Lorne Michaels' extensive casting call.

Lena Dunham is set to appear on Vogue's cover

The February issue will be devoted to "Girls" now that the HBO series has Anna Wintour's approval. PLUS: Watch a "Girls" parody starring "Cats."

The Bronx was shaken up by a fireworks display celebrating a "Sopranos" actor's prison release

Last night's fireworks in celebration of Lillo Brancato's release from prison shattered windows in at least four houses and created a crater in the ground.

Hulu's new slate includes "The Hotwives of Orlando" starring Casey Wilson, Angela Kinsey, Kristen Schaal
Kate Walsh, Paul Scheer and "Weird Al" Yankovic will also make cameos on this "Real Housewives" spoof.

Aaron Paul recalls his encounter with Michael Jackson
The "Breaking Bad" star and King of Pop had "a heart to heart" meeting at the Prince of Brunei's birthday party in 2007.

"Archer" is promoting Season 5 with nudes of its characters
Several naked "Archer" pics surfaced on Reddit's exhibitionist subforum.

Charisma Carpenter's "Surviving Evil" gets renewed
The Investigation Discovery series will return for 10 more episodes later this year.

Jimmy Fallon was humbled to be on Vanity Fair's cover, he wrote in a lengthy message
"Okay - this is one of those - is this happening - moments," he explains.

Nigella Lawson controversy fails to boost "The Taste's" debut in Britain
The ABC series made its UK debut last night.

Tinder finally shows up on "The Mindy Project"

The cross-promotion between the Fox sitcom and the dating app is now complete.

Alexander Skarsgard gets naked in the South Pole

Check out the "True Blood" star on a toilet in the middle of ice.

'Modern Family' is going to Australia

"Modern Family" is going to Australia
Qantas airlines is partnering with the ABC comedy to send the cat and crew to Australia for a special episode filming in February.

Paleyfest will host a 10-year "Lost" reunion, plus "HIMYM"
Also, "Mad Men," "Sleepy Hollow, "Masters of Sex," "Orange is the New Black," "The Originals" and "Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." will be part of this year's Paleyfest.

"Justified" could end after Season 6, says FX president

That's "the plan right now," says FX chief Nick Grad.

Bill Murray, Anthony Weiner, Tom Brokaw are set to appear on "Alpha House"

Also slated for cameos: Former GOP leader Michael Steele and Supreme Court guru Jeffrey Toobin.

10 years ago tonight: Donald Trump launched "The Apprentice"
The NBC Mark Burnett franchise and its "You're Fired" catchphrase premiered on Jan. 8, 2004.

"Intelligence" debuts to 16.6 million
That's the biggest freshman debut of the season, but its 18-49 ratings weren't impressive.

Brian Williams: Sitcom or late-night star?
Page Six reports that the NBC News anchor, who once hosted "SNL," is considering moving into primetime comedy or perhaps late-night.

"Jon & Kate's" twins, now 13, say: "We're not messed up"
"People expect us to be damaged," Cara and Mady tell People magazine: "People think we're supposed to be messed up, like, 'Oooooh, the poor Gosselin kids, they're going to be scarred for life, waaaaah.' Here's the big news: we're not messed up."

Louis CK gets mashed up with Calvin Klein
Check out the new Tumblr for Louis CK One.

TBS renews "The Pete Holmes Show"
The Conan O'Brien-produced talk show will return with a 13-episode run on Feb. 24.

Halle Berry's "Extant" will hit Amazon 4 days after airing on CBS
The deal is similar to "Under the Dome," which also streamed on Amazon Prime.

NBC has to alter its Winter Olympics coverage due to Lindsay Vonn's withdrawal
Vonn was set to become a major storyline in Sochi.

"SNL" stars do a special Weekend Update at the Consumer Electronics Show
Watch Cecily Strong and Kenan Thompson make fun of Snapchat.

"Real Housewives of New York" unveils its Season 6 trailer

Watch new cast member Kristen Taekman get hit with a wine glass.

Bob Costas: NBC Winter Olympic coverage won't duck Russia's anti-gay laws

Bob Costas: NBC Winter Olympic coverage won't duck Russia's anti-gay laws
"If Putin doesn't drag his butt into the studio," says Costas, "then we'll talk about it without him. But if he shows up, we’d rather talk to him. Wouldn't you rather hear it from the horse's mouth? I would. That's what I was trying to say." PLUS: Once again, NBC won't stream the opening ceremony.

Report: Letterman hopes to have the living Beatles on for a 50th-anniversary Ed Sullivan Theater reunion
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Feb. 6, 1964 Beatles performance, "The Late Show" is considering making the entire week of Feb. 3 to 7 a Beatles-themed week, with guests Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr.

Why "SNL's" black female casting search was a "diversity travesty"
Lorne Michaels made a spectacle of his diversity efforts by creating a "false urgency" to hire a black female, says Andrew Wallenstein. "The minute the show threw open its doors to the process–another rarity–this became a spectacle," he says. "It wasn't just that 'SNL' wanted to right a wrong; it wanted to be seen as righting a wrong." PLUS: "SNL" doesn't deserve praise for doing the right thing, Bobby Moynihan on Sasheer Zamata: "I think we're very, very lucky to get her," and CNN's Don Lemon says she needs to be "a lot funnier than she is black."

Amy Poehler on "SNL" alums hosting everything: "We may all host ourselves to death..."
Poehler and Tina Fey talk about hosting the Golden Globes, the new drinking game and "Saturday Night Live" alums being everywhere, hosting-wise. Plus, Fey talks about the racial controversy, while Poehler declines.

"Modern Family" books Aisha Tyler
She'll play Mitch's former law school classmate.

"Game of Thrones" promotes Michael Huisman for Season 5

He's taking over the role of Daario Naharis in Season 4.

Ex-"Bachelor" contestant: Producers manipulated me into behaving like a bimbo
Kylie Lewis says producers decided she should dye her hair red and wear a pink dress, while also tweeting about meeting Juan Pablo. PLUS: Ex-"Bachelorette" Emily Maynard gets engaged.

Kitten Bowl starting lineup includes: Terry Bradclaw, Tim Teepaw, Tomcat Brady

See the entire lineup for the Hallmark Channel event.

"Sons of Anarchy" makes Drea de Matteo a series regular
She'll be promoted for the final season.

Brandon Routh gets "Enlisted"
The former Superman will guest on two episodes of the Fox military comedy as a sergeant.

"Pushing Daisies" alum Anna Friel to star in NBC's "Odyssey"

She'll play a stranded female soldier in the "Traffic"-like drama project from Peter Horton.

Jason Biggs has a Twitter meltdown over "The Bachelor"

Check out the "Orange is the New Black" star's misogynistic tweets.

Watch a preview of Stevie Nicks on "American Horror Story"
The singing legend makes her debut Wednesday on an episode titled, "The Magical Delights of Stevie Nicks."

London mayor OK with "Sherlock" mocking him
The buffoonish Boris Johnson was supposedly attacked on this week's episode airing in the UK.

Sophia Bush recalls her brief marriage to "One Tree Hill" co-star Chad Michael Murray
It's been nine years since their five-month marriage. When asked about it on "Watch What Happens Live," Bush said, "That's such an interesting question. But my mother once said to me that if you don't have anything nice to say, not to say anything at all."

Clark Gregg on "S.H.I.E.L.D.": "I don't think we're there just yet"
"There were hints at the end of Episode 10 at how deep and rich the fabric of this is, how much it connects to the cinematic and comic book universe," he says. "And I think only in the back half of this season will all of the things that we’ve started to set up, and really the true nature of the show, get fully revealed." PLUS: What happened to Agent Coulson on Tuesday's episode?

Katie Couric accused of being transphobic in chat with "RuPaul's Drag Race" and "Orange is the New Black" stars
Couric asking about the genitals of Laverne Cox and Carmen Carrera amounted to "ignorance trolling," says J. Bryan Lowder.

CBS' "Intelligence doesn't know how to use Josh Holloway
"It’s great to see the actor get the chance to anchor a series of his own," says Zack Handlen, "but even Holloway can't redeem cliché-addled scripts and a premise 40 years past its sell-by date." PLUS: "Intelligence" is unbearably stupid, "Intelligence's" audience would be better served watching "Almost Human," and Holloway didn't want to rehash another spy show.

"Idol" alum Crystal Bowersox: I'm bisexual
"I've been bisexual for, I don't know, as long as I can remember," she said this morning while promoting her new "Coming Out for Christmas" single.

Jimmy Kimmel spent New Year's Eve vacationing with Courteney Cox and Jennifer Aniston
Kimmel was also joined by longtime vacation pal Howard Stern in Cabo San Lucas.

"Cougar Town" won't have too many guest-stars in Season 5

Also, Bill Lawrence doesn't want to throw too many curve balls with the 5th season, which premieres tonight.

BET changes its approach with "Being Mary Jane" starring Gabrielle Union
Debuting tonight, "Mary Jane" is the first scripted drama developed for BET, and it sometimes plays as an "extremely self-serious version" of "The Mindy Project."

"Teen Wolf" returns to a series high

The MTV drama's midseason premiere brought in 2.5 million viewers.

ABC's "Killer Women" is truly bad TV
"This is a really bad show," says Tim Goodman. "It's a show so bad that if it was smart enough to be a spoof, it would be genius. But it's not." PLUS: "Killer Women" is clunky, cliched and unforgivably sexist, and Tricia Helfer on her "Killer" role.

"Justified" is still a good show, but it has abandoned what made it so great

All the elements that made "Justified" a great show in Seasons 1 and 2 are largely missing as Season 5 begins. "'Justified' is TV’s least pretentious show about a morally ambiguous man," says Willa Paskin, "but over the years it has become progressively less thoughtful about that man and what he does—which is kill people.  As a comedic procedural, Justified remains aces; as a thought-provoking drama, well, Raylan's pants continue to fit him very nicely." PLUS:Why so much death early on?, It's still too inconsistent, and the cast previews Season 5.

'Honey Boo Boo' family injured in car accident

"Honey Boo Boo" family injured in car accident
According to TMZ, a truck crashed into the family's car, leaving Honey Boo with a headache, Mama June with back injuries, Sugar Bear with a contusion on his back and Pumpkin with chest bruises.

NBC hires Nancy Kerrigan for Sochi Winter Olympics coverage
It was 20 years ago this week that the former figure skater was attacked.

Mindy Kaling: Elle cover made me feel "glamorous & cool"
Further responding to the controversy over her cover, Kaling says, "if anyone wants to see more of my body, go on thirteen dates with me."

"Twin Peaks" co-creator debunks rumor that new footage is being filmed

Mark Frost calls a casting call for a "Twin Peaks" promo "another strange baseless rumor."

Stan Lee to appear on 'Marvels Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'

Stan Lee to appear on "Marvels Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D."
Lee is promising a "big role" in an upcoming episode.

Jimmy Fallon recalls his failed movie career, and Lorne Michaels giving him dating advice

Vanity Fair cover boy Fallon opens up about how Lorne Michaels saved him from his failed drunken movie star L.A. phase by offering him the "Late Night" hosting job.

Fire causes $100,000 worth of damage to Alex O'Loughlin's Hawaii home

"We heard a boom and his garage door blew off," a neighbor of the "Hawaii Five-0" star says of the fire, which was contained within 20 minutes.

Watch Ringo Starr's "Powerpuff Girls" cameo
He plays Fibonacci Sequins.

Louis CK releasing his 1998 film featuring cameos from Steve Carell, Conan, Amy Poehler, JB Smoove

The comedian told Jay Leno he raised money to make the black and white film with the help of pals Chris Rock, Jon Stewart and Denis Leary.

"MythBusters" getting a "Dangerous Toys" special
In a Discovery special, Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage will take a "kids' fort-battle game and blows it up with adult-sized concoctions."

"Bachelor" contestant shows up with a fake baby bump

"I know you have a daughter, and I know you want more children, and I was thinking maybe adding to it!" she told Juan Pablo. PLUS: A bachelorette went to 2nd base for the first time.

"Duck Dynasty" controversy has had no impact on advertisers
In fact, the price of advertising on the A&E show is going up.