Two more stars are joining the cast of "Scandal" for the show's upcoming season.
Matthew Del Negro ("Mistresses," "Teen Wolf") is slated for a recurring role, and according to TVLine. Though his role has not been disclosed, he could be playing a new love interest for someone on the show.
Sonya Walger of "Lost" and "Parenthood" fame has also been cast in a "potentially recurring role." more >>
Phil Robertson and other stars from "Duck Dynasty" recently signed on to help raise funds for a Jewish Ministry this fall.
The Messianic Jewish Bible Institute shared the news on their website that Phil along with other members of the Robertson family will be joining their annual fundraiser this year.
"Spend a fun filled evening with the Duck Commander himself, Phil Robertson, and other stars from the mega hit show, A&E's Duck Dynasty," the announcement reads. "They'll share heartwarming and hysterical stories about filming the show, what goes on behind the scenes, their lives, their faith, their family and ducks. The event will be unscripted and unrehearsed, so who knows what tales of trials, tribulations and triumphs will be told! They'll be joined by special musical guests who'll provide their own special brand of toe-tapping fun. Celebrate the simple. Laugh with us. Smile with us. Tap your toes with us. And as Phil says, get 'HAPPY, HAPPY, HAPPY.'" more >>
"19 Kids & Counting" star Jessa Duggar is engaged to Ben Seewald, and the two recently revealed some details of impending ceremony, including that all-important first kiss.
"We're really looking forward to the first kiss!" Jessa told ABC News. "We're talking about it – what if we miss or mess up? We're gonna have to plan this out or something."
Seewald recently moved to a guesthouse on the Duggar property, which could mean that the couple will exchange vows sooner rather than later. Sister Jill Duggar said "I do" to her husband Derick Dillard in June, and Jessa assured fans that there will be quite a few differences between the two ceremonies. more >>
A judge in Utah has finalized his ruling allowing for a polygamous union of people who star in a reality television program.
U.S. District Judge Clark Waddoups finalized his decision Wednesday, having already declared a part of the state ban on polygamy to be unconstitutional.
Waddoups ruled that Kody Brown, star of the TLC series "Sister Wives," and his four wives could be married, striking down a provision of Utah law that barred cohabitation. more >>
Controversial televangelist Pat Robertson has recently claimed that a teenage boy brought up by his single mother is showing signs of being gay because of the absence of a father figure.
During the "Bring It On" segment on an episode of the long-running series "The 700 Club," Robertson received a written question from a viewer named "Kristi."
The cast and crew of "Orange is the New Black" were on hand at the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards last Aug. 25 as the show was nominated for a slew of awards.
The show was nominated for Outstanding Comedy Series, and Jodie Foster was also nominated for Outstanding Directing for the show's episode "Lesbian Request Denied." Taylor Schilling was nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy.
But it was Uzo Aduba, who played Suzanne "Crazy Eyes" Warren on the series, who took home the trophy for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series. more >>