"The Big Bang Theory" might have lured adult viewers away from "American Idol" on Thursday night, January 19. The 100th episode of the comedy series drew a 5.3 rating in 18-49 demo when it aired from 8:30-9:00 P.M., besting the singing competition which pulled in a 5.2 rating in the same half hour.
Breaking-up after seven years of marriage doesn't mean Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony couldn't stand working with each other. In fact, the "I'm Into You" singer is comparing her relationship with her estranged husband post-split to that of Sonny Bono and Cher.
"The Normal Heart", an upcoming drama directed and produced by "Glee" creator Ryan Murphy, has added more top film stars to join Mark Ruffalo in the cast ensemble. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Julia Roberts and Alec Baldwin have been tapped to star in the film, which is an adaptation of the Tony-winning play of the same title.
Ed Sheeran has debuted a music video for his latest single "Drunk". The U.K. singer takes his fans to one jam-packed concert to another. Beside highlighting his journey on the road, the clip also gives glimpses at his working in the studio.
There will be more blood spilled on "Nikita". Showrunner Craig Silverstein recently said that they are going to start killing off some characters of The CW's thriller series. "We've built up a lot of [cast members], and so we've got to start killing them off," he told TVLine before jokingly adding, "Frankly, I can't afford them all!"
Jason Segel and Ed Helms must deal with family problems in the first trailer of "Jeff Who Lives at Home". Jason plays the titular character, while Helms stars as his brother Pat. In the trailer, Jeff is seen trying to help his brother, whose wife is having an affair. On the other hand, the brothers must deal with their depressed career woman mom.
As the world mourns the death of Blues legend Etta James, one of her sons is offering details of her final moments at a Riverside, California hospital. On Friday, January 20, the same day the 73-year-old singer died from complications of leukemia, Donto James told PEOPLE, "She basically passed in my arms."
As "Chuck" is getting closer to its end, a sneak peek to the two-hour finale of the show has been unleashed. It takes a look back at the past, from Chuck and Sarah's first meeting to the moment Chuck's secret job was known by his friend, before offering a glimpse of scenes from the upcoming episode.
Vin Diesel has given a special treat to his fans by sharing his first photo on the set of "Riddick" sequel on Facebook. The picture sees the 44-year-old actor donning his trademark Riddick glasses and a futuristic armor.
Al Green has learned that President Barack Obama sang one of his classic singles, "Let's Stay Together", and he gives his thumbs-up to the Commander-in-chief. In a statement to TMZ, the music vet calls the cover "terrific" before adding praise, "He nailed it."
Details about the divorce settlement between Kobe Bryant and his estranged wife have emerged. Property records filed at the Orange County Clerk-Recorders Office in Santa Ana, California uncovered that Vanessa Bryant will get three of their estates with all three of their houses in Newport Beach area being transferred to her.
Taylor Swift has lent her charm to support the premiere of HBO's "Ethel" during the Sundance Film Festival on Friday, January 20. The 22-year-old country music singer's appearance drew the attention from crowd who expected to get a glimpse of her at the event taking place in Park City, Utah.
"The Queen of Versailles" has found its North American distributor at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. In the second sale on Friday, January 20, Magnolia Pictures obtained the theatrical rights to the Lauren Greenfield documentary, which was screened to a sold-out opening night at the annual film festival.
Before her "Saturday Night Live" gig, Lana Del Rey actually has warned people not to expect too much from her when it comes to live performance. The "Born to Die" singer said it's because she's more interested in songwriting and record production rather than singing in front of live cameras.
Another TV star is going to get a taste of motherhood. Jenna Von Oy, the actress famous for her portrayal of Six LeMeure on NBC's "Blossom", has just announced that she and her husband, Brad Bratcher, are expecting their first child, revealing she is due to give birth to a baby girl in June.
After co-producing "Gnomeo and Juliet" with husband David Furnish, Elton John is set to develop another animated feature. Deadline reported that the veteran English musician is eyeing to adapt Michael Buckley's bestselling children book series, "Nerds", to the big screen.
Contrary to numerous reports, Swizz Beatz is not the CEO of the recently-shut down Megaupload. Just days after the New York Post "outed" the Hip-Hop producer as the file-sharing site's chief executive, a top lawyer for the company came out with a statement that debunked the report.
"Gossip Girl" will celebrate the glamorous old Hollywood in its upcoming 100th episode. In addition to the anticipated Blair wedding, the said outing will also feature a musical number where Blake Lively's Serena imagines herself as Marilyn Monroe.
The original Tuskegee Airmen are expected to attend the special screening of George Lucas-produced film "Red Tails" at the downtown Hayward theater on Friday, January 20. Three aviators from the all-black World War II squadron are set to take part in the premiere event along with representatives from the Bay Area Black Pilots Association and East Bay Aviators Inc.
Nicki Minaj has debuted a music video for one of her new singles, "Stupid Hoe". In the clip, the Young Money femcee is one foul-mouthed barbie. Wearing colorful makeups and wigs, she calls out her opponent while standing motionlessly with one of her feet folded back. She also taunts her enemy by cockily sitting behind the wheel of her hot pink car.
"30 Rock" mocked the homophobic slur scandal involving its own star, Tracy Morgan, in its latest outing. The episode titled "Idiots Are People Two!" saw Morgan's character Tracy Jordan sparking a protest after offending people with his gay-oriented jokes at a club date.
There will be a second on-stage collaboration between Steven Tyler and Carrie Underwood. "CMT Crossroads: Steven Tyler & Carrie Underwood Live From the Pepsi Super Bowl Fan Jam" has been scheduled to air on Saturday, February 4 at 11 P.M. ET/10 P.M. CT.
"Bel Ami" will be found among out of competition films at the Berlin International Film Festival, it has been announced. The period drama starring Robert Pattinson and Uma Thurman will consequently have its world premiere at the event.