TV news and gossip
TV news and gossip
China making its own Gossip Girl
China obviously doesn't realise Gossip Girl is sooooo 2008, because it's developing its own version of the (formerly addictive) teen drama.
Desperate Housewives creator moving on to Devious Maids
So who'll take over from the Desperate Housewives when the suburban soap wraps up at the end of its current eighth season? Series creator Marc Cherry thinks it'll be the Devious Maids.
Chord Overstreet returning to Glee
Glee's writers seem to agree that writing out Chord Overstreet was a dud move, and now the actor and his abs are in talks to return to the musical-comedy.
Rosie O'Donnell voted worst talk show host ever
According to a new internet poll, Rosie O'Donnell is the worst talk show host are all time. Which will probably not be good news to Oprah — Rosie's new talk show just premiered on her TV network.
Why Kyle and Jackie O's new TV show will flop
Brace yourselves! Kyle and Jackie O are returning to television later this year with a one-off talk show titled A Night with the Stars. Luckily, their next attempt to conquer the small screen will almost certainly tank in the ratings — and here's why.
Sesame Street's YouTube channel hacked with hardcore porn
So imagine sitting the kids down in front of Sesame Street's YouTube channel for some wholesome viewing and discovering they were actually watching hardcore pornography. This actually happened!
Ricky Gervais in trouble for saying "mong" on Twitter
Twitter reveals so much about celebrities' real personalities. For example, Ricky Gervais really likes using the word "mong". Understandably, some people aren't happy about this.
It's a Knockout returning to TV
Here's some news that'll make every '80s kids explode with pleasure: classic game show It's a Knockout is returning to TV, set to air on Network Ten this summer.
Jobless Charlie Sheen still TV's highest paid actor
Even after being fired from Two and a Half Men, Charlie Sheen is still raking it in: his salary is estimated to be around US$40 million, making him the highest paid actor on US TV.
Watch: Is this Survivor's grossest challenge ever?
The latest episode of Survivor: South Pacific issued the castaways a particularly disgusting challenge: members of the Savaii and Upolu tribes had to tear meat off a spit roast using only their mouths, and spit the saliva-soaked chunks into a bucket. It's even grosser than it sounds, seriously.