Kiefer Sutherland’s rep responds to Freddie Prinze Jr.’s allegations
"Kiefer worked with Freddie Prinze, Jr. more than 5 years ago, and this is the first he has heard of Freddie's grievances," Sutherland's rep said in a statement. "Kiefer enjoyed working with Freddie and wishes him the best.” PLUS: According to TMZ, Kiefer was drunk, temperamental and got people fired while working with Prinze.

Queens merchant: “Unforgettable's” simulated blast ruined my business
A Queens Indian food shop agreed to allow the CBS drama to set off an air canister inside the store earlier this month. But owners never imagined that the explosion would cause widespread damage that still hasn’t been fixed.

“Manhattan” debuts to fewer viewers than “Salem”
About 1.8 million watched the WGN America drama, which was simulcast on 33 Tribune affiliates.

Has “The View” found a Latina co-host?
L.A. TV news personality Lauren Sanchez will get a tryout on Wednesday. PLUS: Sherri Shepherd joins “Ride Along 2."

Rachelle Lefevre: CBS had me wear nipple covers for “Under the Dome” Season 2
She tells Letterman her “high beams” last season had to be edited out by the show’s special effects team.

Did “The Leftovers” go too far?
A brutal scene from this week’s episode had one writer saying, “enough, already.” PLUS: In praise of Ann Dowd’s subtle, powerful performance.

Recalling Comedy Central’s 1-season wonders
Remember “Straight Plan for the Gay Man” starring Rob Riggle and “I’m with Busey”?

Food Network premieres "Eating America With Anthony Anderson”
The “Black-ish” star is the latest to sample the nation’s food.

“Masters of Sex” reaches a new level of greatness
“Fight” was the Showtime series’ finest episode yet, evoking “Mad Men’s” “The Suitcase” episode. PLUS: Beau Bridges has the best gay character on TV.

“Blossom,” now showing on the Hub network, proves to be mature beyond its years
As Willa Paskin notes after recently watching the Hub network reruns, "Blossom is good, sensible, grounded, loveable, wise beyond her years. That is to say that she is the exact character that current conventional wisdom says it is both difficult and potentially boring to build a show around.”

VH1 renews “Hit The Floor”
The LA Devil Girls will be back for a 3rd season.

Lifetime investigates “The Choking Game” phenomenon
Watch highlights from the new teen scare classic.

Walt from “Lost” has a hit song
Malcolm David Kelly is one-half of the group MKTO.

Did a 1979 “Rockford Files” episode inspire “The Sopranos”?
David Chase penned the mafia-themed December 14, 1979 episode, “Just a Coupla Guys."

Taylor Schilling celebrated her 30th birthday with “OITNB” castmates
Unlike her Netflix character, Schilling celebrated in style.

Scott Caan becomes a dad
The “Hawaii Five-0” star welcomed a girl earlier this month.

Norman Weiss has been doing TV Tattle since the week "Freaks and Geeks" was canceled. He is a Hollywood outsider who was born and raised in Hollywood. "American Idol" and "Dancing with the Stars" are broadcast 2 blocks from his high school.