Entertainment

(Undated) -- CNN is crossing "Crossfire" out of its programming lineup again. The political talk show has become another casualty of a massive restructuring plan that's seeing hundreds of layoffs across CNN's parent company, Turner Broadcasting. "Crossfire" returned to CNN last...
(Hollywood, CA) -- Neil Patrick Harris is heading to the Oscars. The former "How I Met Your Mother" star has been tapped to host next year's Academy Awards. It will mark Harris' first outing as Oscar host although he has had plenty of experience in the host role - four times for...
(Undated) -- Archie Panjabi is splitting from "The Good Wife." "Entertainment Weekly" says the Emmy winning actress who plays Kalinda Sharma on the CBS drama will leave the show when her contract is up at the end of the season. Panjabi is apparently moving on to greener pastures...
(Undated) -- Jay Leno is officially returning to television. The former "Tonight Show" host has sealed a deal with CNBC to host a weekly, one-hour primetime show next year, tentatively titled "Jay Leno's Garage." Based on his Emmy-winning Internet series, the show will revolve...
(Undated) -- Need a "Friends" fix? Netflix will be there for you starting in January. The video streaming service has announced plans to stream every episode of the iconic NBC comedy, beginning January 1st, 2015. This year marks ten years since "Friends'" final episode aired on...
(Undated) -- HBO is finally opening up its streaming service to the masses. The cable network has announced plans to launch a "standalone" streaming service next year that won't require a cable subscription. News of the venture sent stocks plummeting for streaming video king...
(Undated) -- First Lady Michelle Obama's healthy eating campaign has taken another viral turn - or "turnip" as the case may be. A Vine video of Mrs. Obama's take on the DJ Snake-Lil Jon hit "Turn Down For What" has had millions of views since the White House posted the video...
(Undated) -- Michael Jackson is still raking in big money. The late King of Pop heads up the list of Forbes' "Top-Earning Dead Celebrities" with earnings of 140-million dollars in the past 12 months. Jackson's second posthumous album came out this year. "Xscape" debuted at...
(Los Angeles, CA) -- Troubled actress Amanda Bynes could be detained for up to a year. A source tells TMZ.com doctors are expected to seek an LPS Hold, which would allow them to keep Amanda hospitalized and medicate her with or without her permission for the next 12 months. This...