"Uncle Mitch is such an important part of our family," she said of 63-year-old Mitchell J. Carp. "He’s still in the hospital, and we are unsure if he will recover."
Alyssa Milano gets "frustrated" when stars stay quiet "out of fear of a negative career impact."
Former Charmed producer Krista Vernoff said in a recent interview that she quit after the show’s creative direction change
The reality TV star, who’s been working on prison reform during her legal internship, declared herself “so messed up” after Bernard’s last-minute appeals were denied and he was put to death by lethal injection on Thursday at a federal penitentiary.
The clothing store, once popularized by celebrity "It Girls," debuted its controversial annual display.
The "Big Bang Theory" alum recalled her first meeting with Ritter, in which he had already slipped into dad-mode.
Smith shares stories from the writing, casting and making of the cult classic as it turns 25.
From the discarded original ending to the reason why there was never a sequel, here are some other "Commando" secrets Lester shares 35 years after the movie’s release.
Donald Trump announced on Twitter early Friday that he and the first lady “tested positive for COVID-19” — and celebrities have plenty of opinions about it.
News that Teigen and Legend, who are parents to Luna and Miles, had lost the pregnancy led to their many friends to express their condolences.
Rodriguez talks about how her role in "Girlfight" lead to "Fast and Furious" as the boxing drama turns 20.
"I was very nervous," the actress confesses. "I came into that in their final year, which is really hard to do. The girls are really set in their ways, and I was the new girl."
Milano was accused of being a hypocrite because of her political stance.
Executive producer Alyssa Milano discusses her new documentary 'Surge' and shares her thoughts on being Ivanka Trumps "girl crush"
Alyssa Milano has been a vocal opponent of both President Trump and his daughter Ivanka Trump.
The actress and activist recently revealed she's tested positive for COVID-19 antibodies.
Alyssa Milano appeared on "Cuomo Prime Time," just one day after revealing on Instagram that she tested positive for COVID-19 antibodies.
Alyssa Milano thought she was dying during months of coronavirus symptoms.
A&E, along with MGM’s Big Fish Entertainment, which produced the show, announced Wednesday that a decision had been reached to cancel “Live PD”