Lee Majors is joining the cast of “Dallas” as a former flame of Sue Ellen.
CBS’ broadcast of Super Bowl XLVII averaged 108.4 million total viewers. While that was the third-most watched program in U.S. television history, it was the first time since Super Bowl XXXIX in 2005 that viewership didn’t improve year-over-year.
To help San Francisco get over losing the Super Bowl, Jell-O is handing out free chocolate pudding all over town today.
OK, it’ll be available before the next Super Bowl, but Panasonic has come out with a 152-inch TV — “the world’s largest, 4K2K plasma display” — yours for just $500,000.
Beyonce has announced a world tour. “The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour” will kick off April 15 in Belgrade, Serbia. The tour’s North American stint starts June 28 in Los Angeles and ends August 3 in Brooklyn, NY.
Ricki Lake’s return to daytime talk television is no more after Twentieth Television cancelled “The Ricki Lake Show” on Monday.
Lavonne “Pepper” Paire-Davis, the real-life female baseball star of the 1940s that was played by Geena Davis in “A League of Their Own,” has died at age 88.
Former President Bill Clinton has been asked to speak at former New York Mayor Ed Koch’s funeral.
That’s Beck covering the David Bowie song, “Sound and Vision” for the new Lincoln commercial.
You want to go see a replica of the Central Perk Coffee Shop from “Friends?” You’ll have to go to Beijing.
The paparazzi snapped some photos of Selena Gomez after she had apparently spent the night at Justin Bieber’s place.