TV news and gossip
TV news and gossip
Has Charlie Sheen's meltdown finally gone too far?
We've all spent the last couple of weeks obsessing Charlie Sheen's self-described "media tsunami" and lapping up his seemingly endless stream of catchphrases. But has the joke finally worn off?
Gwyneth's Glee role supports child abuse, say charities
Gwyneth Paltrow's recent stint on Glee is earning her rave reviews — except from children's charities who reportedly reckon she's inadvertently supporting child abuse.
Survivor renewed for two more seasons
Survivor is really living up to its name: the long-running reality TV show will stick around till at least mid-2011, with Jeff Probst staying on as host and executive producer.
Charlie Sheen wants Rob Lowe to replace him on Two and a Half Men
Seems pretty much every guy in Hollywood aged between 30 and 50 is being lined up to take over Charlie Sheen's recently vacated spot on Two and a Half Men.
Kourtney Kardashian to guest-star in a soap opera
The Kardashian clan continues to do things that people care about for some reason, with sister Kourtney announcing she'll make her acting debut in the US soap One Life to Live.
Best bits: most shocking TV deaths
Prepare your tissues as we take a morbid look back at the untimely ends of some of TV's most memorable characters.
Video: House spoofs Two and a Half Men
So will House's Hugh Laurie replace Charlie Sheen on Two and a Half Men?
Fired Charlie Sheen has "Michael J. Fox" clause, still wants to be paid for Two and a Half Men
Even if Two and a Half Men does continue without its newly terminated star Charlie Sheen, he reckons he'll still have to be paid — even though he won't actually be doing any work on the show.
Confirmed: Kath & Kim movie coming to a cinema near you
So those rumours that Jane Turner and Gina Riley have been hard at work on a new Kath & Kim project are true: the foxy ladies of Fountain Lakes are headed to the big screen.
Lindsay Lohan "betrayed" by Saturday Night Live and Miley Cyrus
Troubled starlet Lindsay Lohan has penned an angry letter to Saturday Night Live boss Lorne Michaels to complain about jokes that Miley Cyrus made about her in the most recent episode of the sketch-comedy.