TV news and gossip
TV news and gossip
Charlie Sheen's 2010 April Fools' Day prank came true
In 2010 People magazine punk'd readers on April Fools' Day by claiming Charlie Sheen was about to quit Two and a Half Men. How prescient!
Which axed Glee star will be back for the season finale?
He hasn't been seen on Glee since the end of season one, but he's coming back for the season two finale
— so who is he?
Betty White will host prank show for old people
In news that doesn't appear to be an April Fools' Day joke, Betty White has been announced as the host of a hidden camera show that features old people playing pranks on young whippersnappers.
Slideshow: shocking reality TV eliminations
OMG — Kelly and Ash are out of My Kitchen Rules! Following their sudden exit, TVFIX takes a look back at reality TV's most shocking eliminations.
Oprah wants to give Donald Trump a makeover in final show
You're not the only one who wishes Donald Trump would fix his terrible-but-famous hair — Oprah wants to do something about it too.
Glee to pay tribute to Lady Gaga in whopping 90-minute episode
The upcoming instalment of Glee that's inspired by the success of Lady Gaga's track 'Born This Way' is apparently so awesome it'll be double the usual length.
Law & Order franchise planning Charlie Sheen-inspired episode
Long-running crime drama Law & Order: Criminal Intent will take its usual ripped-from-the-headlines approach in an upcoming episode immortalising Charlie Sheen's recent exploits — so who'll play the Charlie equivalent.
Selena Gomez copying her boyfriend Justin Bieber's TV show?
Like, OMG, you guys — pop super-couple Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez both have upcoming TV shows about the exact same thing. Awkward.
New reality TV show seeks best porn stars
Aspiring adult film stars will go head-to-head — no pun intended — in a South African reality show that's seeking the "perfect porn star".
The Simpsons reruns censored following Japan disaster
Plots in The Simpsons depicting earthquakes, tsunamis and nuclear disasters have suddenly become a little iffy in the wake of the disasters in Japan, so offending episodes have been taken off the airwaves around the world.