Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Inquirer Daily News

Television

40 years on, actress Alison Arngrim has learned to love - and hate - her life-defining childhood role.
ATLANTA (AP) - Kenya Moore says she's seriously considering leaving "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" after her televised brawl with co-star Porsha Williams.
NEW YORK (AP) - NBC is adding Johnny Weir and Tara Lipinski to its Kentucky Derby telecast as fashion correspondents next week, illustrating how the network's coverage now reflects one of the most female-friendly televised sporting events of the year.
NEW YORK (AP) - U.K.-born and bred Cat Deeley has found a place in Hollywood, thanks to hosting the Fox dance competition show, "So You Think You Can Dance," which will launch its 11th season next month.
On a night of sheer insanity, only the elimination made sense
Pretending to be gay is one character's plan to attract the opposite sex.
Actor John Turturro is stepping in for Robert De Niro on new TV mini-series Criminal Justice, after the Oscar winner replaced James Gandolfini following his death last year (June 13).
If Meet the Press moderator David Gregory were a guest on his own show, he knows the kinds of questions he'd be asked.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Michelle Obama is going a little bit country.
Ready for a neon trip back to the disco era? Beckett and Castle are.
Screenwriter Aaron Sorkin has apologized to fans of his polarizing series The Newsroom, confessing he is just getting a grasp of how to write the show and would like to "start over".