Food Network television star Sandra Lee announced Tuesday that she has been diagnosed with breast cancer and will soon undergo a double mastectomy.
Model/athlete Noah Galloway proposed to his girlfriend during the live broadcast of "Dancing With The Stars" on Monday night.
A band's lead singer has missed a court date after being arrested for riding the oversized luggage carousel at the Denver International Airport earlier this year.
Fox is lowering the curtain on "American Idol," ending a series that dominated television throughout the 2000s and made stars of the likes of Simon Cowell, Kelly Clarkson and Carrie Underwood.
The "Age of Ultron" is not over. The Avengers sequel has topped the domestic box office for the second week with an estimated $77.2 million according to Rentrak estimates Sunday.
Kelly Ripa, John Oliver and Thomas Roberts are among the recipients of the 26th annual GLAAD Media Awards.
Britain's Prince Harry arrived in New Zealand Saturday for a weeklong visit and was soon talking about the country's prowess in rugby, pressing noses with indigenous Maori leaders, and laughing off marriage proposals.
Actor Anthony Geary, whose character Luke Spencer's marriage to Laura in 1981 on "General Hospital" was the biggest moment in daytime television history, is leaving the soap opera after nearly three decades in the role.
A long-simmering Jimi Hendrix biopic is moving forward with Paul Greengrass reportedly back onboard to direct.
While TV is meant to entertain, to inform and to get you to ponder life’s many complexities, it is also designed to get you to return the following season for more angst, drama, heartache, laughter, tears, and joy. And thus, many producers and writers go all out to deliver a finale that will have you chomping at the bit to see what happens next.
Former President Bill Clinton, Oprah Winfrey, Howard Stern and Julia Roberts will be among the guests during the final full week of David Letterman's reign as a late-night host.
Money from the auction of the desk and set of "The Colbert Report" will help thousands of school kids in comedian Stephen Colbert's native South Carolina.