More claims of extramarital affairs against a former Trump campaign staffer who fathered a love child during the 2016 campaign.
Another week, another former Eagles foe calling the Birds game.
Dean, who anchored the 5, 6, and 11 p.m. newscasts for the station with Ukee Washington, announced that she was leaving for an unspecified "new opportunity."
What's new or noteworthy in the coming week of television.
After five seasons immersed in the Jenkintown boyhood of "The Goldbergs" creator Adam F. Goldberg, Giambrone, 19, sometimes finds himself nostalgic for an era that wasn't really his.
The Eagles' drumline will be featured on the Rachael Ray show on Friday morning at 10 a.m. via 6 ABC. Food Network star Sunny Anderson will share a chicken drumstick recipe inspired by a session spent learning various drum rhythms with the group at the Lincoln Financial Field.
Serena Winters will join Marc Zumoff and Alaa Andelnaby on all Sixers telecasts this season.
The decision to start Carson Wentz and bench Nick Foles was predictable and uncontroversial to just about everyone not on FS1.
After years of "hard work," one audition landed the Willingboro High School grad on a plane to Hawaii for the CBS reboot.
The nonprofit behind the show tweeted Tuesday that the two are just friends, after a former show writer said they were gay.
Danza's first streaming series coincides with the 40th anniversary of his first show, "Taxi."
Sharleen Joynt's jaw-dropping gig with "The Bachelor" and Juan Pablo didn't help her opera career, she says, and maybe "hurt a little bit."
"Look, I don't expect the president's son to ever admit he was wrong… But I at least thought that they and you should know the truth."