Keri Russell is now single. The "Americans" actress has split from husband Shane Deary after nearly seven years of marriage, her rep confirms to Us Weekly. The couple separated over the summer.Russell, 37, and Deary, a carpenter, married on Valentine's Day in 2007.
After a shouting match, a mutiny and a very dramatic Tribal Council, Wednesday’s episode of “Survivor” ended up coming down to a couple of rocks.
It's really happening! 'Veronica Mars' will return to the fictional town of Neptune, Calif., by way of the big screen, soon.
Spider-Man is back! The first trailer for "The Amazing Spider-Man 2," starring Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone, made its highly anticipated debut on Thursday.
Danny Wells, who played Luigi on the TV adaptation of the wildly popular Nintendo video game franchise "Super Mario Bros.," died Nov. 28 in Toronto. He was 72.
On Thursday night, country music star Carrie Underwood will sing about her "Favorite Things" while traipsing through pre-war Austria on live TV. Or at least, that's what it's going to look like. What she'll actually be doing is navigating 25 scene changes as Maria in "The Sound of Music Live!
"Inside Llewyn Davis" is the Coen brothers' latest movie, a film about a struggling 1960s-era folk singer. But in it, Coen brothers regular John Goodman doesn't make music — he makes trouble.
Amanda Bynes is home for the holidays. The 27-year-old "Hairspray" actress has completed inpatient treatment and is currently recovering at her parents' Los Angeles residence.
A bonkers ending! That’s what “Scandal” executive producer Shonda Rhimes is promising for the two-part winter finale that begins Thursday. But isn’t “bonkers” par for the course when it comes to ABC’s hit?
Many fans will remember the late actor Paul Walker for his "Fast & Furious" films, but one Iraq war veteran and his wife recall him for a different reason: The actor purchased a diamond ring for the couple.
The family of late singer Michael Jackson has filed court documents indicating they plan to seek a new trial in a wrongful death lawsuit against concert promoter AEG, after a Los Angeles jury cleared the company of liability in October.
The hills will soon be alive with the sound of Carrie Underwood, but the country music star won't be the only lead in NBC's "The Sound of Music Live!
Actor Paul Walker's teenage daughter, Meadow, was not at the charity event the "Fast & Furious" star attended Saturday, his representatives said Tuesday, and did not witness her father's fatal car accident.
It's two for Tootie! Kim Fields welcomed her second son with her husband Christopher Morgan, her rep confirms to Us Weekly. The "Facts of Life" alum gave birth on Tuesday.PHOTOS: Celebrity pregnancies "We are so blessed and grateful to God for this newest gift to our family," the couple tells Us.
Bill Beckwith, a carpenter and co-host on the HGTV show "Curb Appeal," was killed Monday night in San Francisco, a spokesman for the city's police department confirms to TODAY.Beckwith, 38, was riding a motorcycle at about 8:30 p.m. when he was struck by a car.
Paul Walker's "Fast & Furious" co-star Vin Diesel called the late actor an "angel in heaven" on Monday when he visited the Valencia, Calif. site where the 40-year-old actor and his friend Roger Rodas died in a car crash on Saturday.
In an unprecedented move, Billy Joel announced at a New York press conference Tuesday afternoon that he will play Madison Square Garden once a month for the indefinite future. "Playing Madison Square Garden is an experience that never gets old," Joel said.
Production on "Fast & Furious 7" has been shut down following the death of star Paul Walker. Shooting on the film had been scheduled to resume this week in Atlanta but production has been put on hold indefinitely, according to a statement released by Universal Pictures on Wednesday.
Things were looking grim for Adam Levine on Tuesday's "Voice" eliminations. With three artists remaining among the six contestants, odds were good that one of his crew was going home.
Dozens submitted audition tapes to becomes TODAY's "Sound of Music" family. Then, we asked viewers to help our judges decide which finalist best knows their Do-Re-Mis. And the group that will get the chance to perform Friday in TODAY's studio is... The Willis family!
The New York Film Critics Circle named "American Hustle," a film about 1970s con artists forced to work with the FBI, as best film of 2013 on Tuesday and gave its top acting prizes to Robert Redford and Cate Blanchett in the first major movie honors in the run-up to the Oscars.
It's been a back-and-forth season for Ruben Studdard on "The Biggest Loser," and after Tuesday night's weigh-in, he's back again — back home.The former "American Idol" winner was first sent packing in week four, when a 5-pound loss just wasn't enough to keep him in the game.
During their days as cast members of "The Mickey Mouse Club," Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake were close (even if they didn't date until they left the show). But was there any hanky-panky going on between Spears and another Mouseketeer ... namely, Ryan Gosling?
Many thought early favorite Matthew Schuler could go all the way on "The Voice," but instead, he fell to the show's so-called curse Tuesday night."I guess no one has broken the curse of the bottom three yet," Schuler told TODAY after the results were announced.
NEW YORK — A Norman Rockwell painting titled "Saying Grace" has been sold at a New York City auction for a record $46 million. Sotheby's says it's the highest price ever paid at auction for an American painting and for a work by the Saturday Evening Post illustrator. The buyer wasn't disclosed.
"Fast and Furious" star Paul Walker and his friend Roger Rodas died as a result of injuries sustained when the Porsche they were riding in crashed "with a fixed object" on Saturday, the Los Angeles Coroner's office ruled on Wednesday.
"House of Cards," the critically acclaimed, Emmy-nominated Netflix original series has set a season two release date of Feb. 14. With its themes of scheming, deception and cheating, haters of Valentine's Day never had better appointment television.
Paul Rudd is hosting "Saturday Night Live" for the third time, but it's musical guest One Direction that caused the actor to have a pillow-biting fit in one of the new promos for this week's show.