"I think a lot of good is coming from this critical, oversensitive world," Jesse Metcalfe said
Zach Braff pays tribute to his "Scrubs" co-star, saying Lloyd "made me crack up and break character every single time we did a scene together."
Metcalfe, who played Eva Longoria's teen love on "Desperate Housewives," was photographed looking cozy with two different women over the weekend.
Baldwin doesn't think "anyone involved in the college fraud cases should go to prison."
Dana Delany says she has spoken to her "Desperate Housewives" co-star in the wake of Operation Varsity Blues.
Meghan McCain slams Felicity Huffman: 'She deserves to go to jail.'
Prosecutors filed a court document Friday asking that the actress face one month in prison and a year of supervised release and pay a $20,000 fine.
The "Desperate Housewives" creator says his new series speaks to his own personal experiences. Plus, what it's like leaving network TV behind for streaming with CBS All Access.
Marc Cherry, who created ABC's long-running nighttime soap "Desperate Housewives," said that the network wouldn't allow an abortion story on the show.
Felicity Huffman's part in the college admissions scandal has not changed the way that Charlie Carver, who played her son Porter on "Desperate Housewives," feels about her.
Nicollette Sheridan became Felicity Huffman's first former 'Desperate Housewives' co-star to share her thoughts on the college admissions scheme.
The actor spoke about his stance on sex scenes and how refusing to do them has affected his career.
She’s an actress, producer, filmmaker, and activist — and a first-time mom to a baby boy born just two months ago. Impressive, right? But did you know that Eva Longoria’s rise to stardom actually started with her winning a pageant?
Eva Longoria had the support of her former "Desperate Housewives" castmates and the show's creator, Marc Cherry, at her Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony on Monday. But which Wisteria Lane lady was missing from the reunion?
The actress lashed out at a tabloid report claiming that she's "homeless," "living in a van," and suicidal. But where has she been hiding since "Desperate Housewives" ended?
Showtime is bringing Twin Peaks back from the dead with an 18-episode revival set to debut Sunday. The limited series reboot has been kept tightly under wraps, but it got us thinking about how David Lynch and Mark Frost’s original ’90s series, which first posed the question “Who killed Laura Palmer?” spawned the dead-girl TV trope that has haunted us for the past 25 years.Take a look through this slideshow to see more TV shows that started off with a dead girl but didn’t always end with one. Warning: Some spoilers included.Twin Peaks premieres Sunday, May 21, at 9 p.m. on Showtime.
Nov. 3 is National Housewifes Day — a day to celebrate the importance of the stay-at-home moms who take care of their families, a job that isn’t as easy as it seems.
Eva Longoria is celebrating her 41st birthday today, and what better way to celebrate than to reminisce about her stellar career on the silver screen? In one of her first television roles, Eva guest-starred on an episode of 90210 in the 10th season titled “I Will Be Your Father Figure.” “I was flight attendant No. 3. Eva’s favorite episode of the entire series is the pilot, especially the scene where her character, Gabrielle Solis, mows the lawn in an evening gown.
The people have spoken! For the past 40 years, fans have called the shots for the People’s Choice Awards. And it’s not too late to call the shots for the 2016 edition of the popular awards show, because two categories are still open for voting. TV fans have until an hour into CBS’s broadcast on Jan. 6 to cast their votes for Favorite New TV Comedy and Favorite New TV Drama at PeoplesChoice.com. To get you ready for this year’s show (and a list of nominees that includes Blindspot, Quantico and Supergirl) we’ve put together a slideshow of the Favorite New TV Drama winners from the past 37 years. One look at this list and it’s clear that fans can (almost!) always predict a show’s staying power. Think we’re kidding? Take a look through the gallery to see how many times the People got it right. The People’s Choice Awards 2016 airs Wednesday, Jan. 6 at 9 p.m. on CBS.