Missed the 2013 Billboard Music Awards on ABC? Don't fret – Heather's got a rundown of the night's big highlights! Find out who swept up most of the trophies, and which pop superstar wasn't well-received onstage.
Ruba sits down with La Toya Jackson to talk about her new reality show and why she finally decided to let the world take a peek into her daily life. Don't miss Life With La Toya, Saturday nights at 10:30 on the Oprah Winfrey Network!
Cameron Palatas stars in MTV's new comedy "Zach Stone is Gonna Be Famous" as Zach's younger brother Andy. The self-proclaimed rapper gives us the scoop on working on the series... plus the creepy scene that left him shaking in his sneakers!
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It's probably a little late to be planning a May wedding, but perhaps there's a shotgun involved? If that's the case, reality TV is your virtual maid of honor! These shows can help you find a dress, plan the reception, and model your behavior on some of the most nightmarish brides imaginable.
Cartoons aren't just for kids anymore. Adult Swim, Fox, and Comedy Central have a large collection of animated fare you probably would never, ever want your children to be witness to, (although they're probably watching them anyway).
Television dramas have been known to take inspiration from true stories, and "ripped from the headlines" plot lines fill procedural crime dramas. But there are some shows that owe their very existence to real-life people, (even if some names have been changed to protect the innocent).
Just because a show has been canceled, doesn't mean it's gone for good. Several comedies have been saved from a premature death by network switches, or, in the case of Arrested Development, via a new life online. Sometimes, fan rallies work!
Gatsby was great, but how does it stack up to the director's earlier work? It's the all singing, all dancing Baz Luhrmann review!
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