The first footage of the upcoming season of the Bravo show sees them having a fine dinner before the fight erupted between Teresa and Melissa and who is married to Teresa's brother Joe Gorga.
Meanwhile, the former NFL hunk is set to meet all of his 'Bachelor' contestants on Friday, September 21.
The 'Bella and the Bulldogs' star will take on the role of Courtney Whitmore's superheroine alter ego on the upcoming series on DC Entertainment's new streaming site.
The streaming service has a limited, eight-episode season of the cult series.
The Emmy-winning actor tells Jimmy Kimmel that he tries to participate as both victim and prankster on the set.
The 'Fake Love' hitmaker is expected to perform their latest hist in New York's Time Square next Wednesday.
One of original cast members of the comedy sketch, Chase says the NBC long-running series has 'the worst f***ing humor in the world.'
In a chat with Savannah Guthrie for 'Today' show, the'Charlie's Angels' star gushes about how much she loves Guthrie's 2017 book 'Princesses Wear Pants'.
'Let there be darkness,' is written across the all-red scheme poster for the upcoming season of the Netflix series.
It's said AMC is planning a bigger plan to expand the universe ahead of the 10th anniversary of the TV adaptation of Robert Kirkman's graphic novels.
Nothing much is known about the project, though Deadline states that it will an hourlong drama hailing from 'Wonder Woman' scribe Allan Heinberg.
Tyra Banks explains that Lindsay, who played Casey Stuart in the first movie, isn't able to star in the upcoming sequel due to scheduling conflicts.
Donning a black floral top and pants, Lange is seen joined by co-star Sarah Paulson, who serves as director of the episode she's in
Only one among the 10 finallists of season 13 of the long-running show will come out as the winner.
The 'Voice' coach explains that her daytime show will see her and her band singing and doing 'this fan request thing.'
The 'IDOL' singers are set to guest and perform on 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' next week.
Fans notice that a Facebook page that used to provide updates about the 2017 miniseries is now changed to be a page for the streaming giant's new brand.
The report details that each series, which is set to air on Disney's upcoming streaming service, will have six to eight episode with Marvel Studios producing the shows.
Netflix vows that the new iteration, which is set to start production in 2019, will feature 'a culturally appropriate, non-whitewashed cast.'
Former writer Mark Saltzman suggests that the pop culture icons are analogs for his own relationship with acclaimed editor Arnold Glassman.