"One Tree Hill" was one of the most memorable teen shows, but its legacy has taken hits.
Alex Trebek said he feels bad for young men in #MeToo era, who he says are just "operating on testosterone."
The Playboy pinup and "Baywatch" actress said she's not a fan of this "wave of feminism" during an interview with "60 Minutes Australia."
Lady Gaga spoke for many when she said "this debate of Kavanaugh versus Dr. Ford is one of the most upsetting things I have ever witnessed."
Steven Seagal is not amenable to any questions about the allegations of sexual harassment and assault against him.
"This is not political. ... It's about respect," the talk show host said in an interview about her own experience with abuse.
Teri Hatcher wants Donald Trump to understand what it's like to be a victim of sexual assault, saying she is "a survivor, who stands available to help you understand the way the memories of a trauma like that work."
Like many others, Connie Chung is coming forward to say #MeToo.
The “Megyn Kelly Today” host had a lot to say about the credibility of Julie Swetnick, the third woman to accuse Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct.
The Italian actress tagged her foe in one Instagram Stories post as the cover-up was underway. "Bye bye Rose McGowan," she added.
Ellen Barkin had a deeply personal connection to Brett Kavanaugh's testimony. It reminded her of the behavior of her own rapist.
“Since we're talking about Dustin Hoffman, I just want to say: Dustin Hoffman is a great man and a really good guy,” Murray said.
"Fuller House" star Jodie Sweetin's poignant post was met with support from fans and from co-star John Stamos.
Asia Argento has gotten the apology she wanted from Rose McGowan — well, sort of.
The courage showed by Dr. Christine Blasey Ford has inspired others to share their #MeToo stories — including the "Modern Family" actress.
The "Will & Grace" star said she was doing an Instagram Live on Wednesday, when a man exposed himself while she was on air.
The actress, 39, shared a photo of herself at 14, which she said was the age "I was raped." She added, "It's taken me 25 years to say those words."
"Top Chef" judge, author, and activist Padma Lakshmi penned an op-ed for the New York Times about being raped when she was 16 and not telling anyone.
Day 1 of Bill Cosby's sentencing hearing — for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand 14 years ago — is over. The disgraced actor, who had been facing a sentence of a maximum of 30 years in prison, was given a big break.
After years of allegations of sexual violence from dozens of women which nearly all share common-denominator accusations of being drugged and molested by the world-famous entertainer, Bill Cosby is facing the prospect of walking into a Pennsylvania courthouse Monday, never to emerge a free man. Earlier this year, Cosby was convicted of three felony counts of aggravated indecent assault stemming from the 2004 drugging and molestation of Andrea Constand, a former basketball coach at Cosby's alma mater, Temple University. “To see him led out in handcuffs or shackles would be quite a triumph, I think, for all of us,” said Victoria Valentino, a former Playboy model who claims that Cosby raped her in 1969.