Ed Sheeran is a single man! The singer has confirmed that he is back on the market after splitting from his longtime girlfriend Athina Andrelos. The "Thinking Out Loud" singer told Australia's Kyle and Jackie O Show this week that his 14-month-long relationship with Andrelos had ended when then hosts asked about his "ladies man" status. "I was in a relationship for a long time," Sheeran said about the rumors, noting that he is indeed single at the moment. "Well that's interesting," Sheeran continued. "That's the first time I've spoke about that."
NBC has ordered a 13-episode sequel to the '90s sitcom Coach, which will find Craig T. Nelson reprising his role as Coach Hayden Fox. According to TVLine.com, the revival will be written and executive produced by the show's creator Barry Kemp. Nelson, who just wrapped up a six-season run on NBC's Parenthood, will also serve as an executive producer of the continuation. News of other cast members returning to the series and an official air date have yet to be revealed.
Dreamworks' latest animated film Home tells the story of a little girl named Tip, voiced by Rihanna, living and hiding on Earth after it's been conquered by an alien race called the Boov. But when Tip meets a fugitive Boov called Oh, voiced by Jim Parsons, he volunteers to join her on a journey to find her mother in a land far away. Rated PG
Get Hard stars Will Ferrell as a wrongfully convicted investment banker and Kevin Hart as a man who helps him prepare for prison life -- despite the fact that the latter has never been to prison. Rated R
FRIDAY, MARCH 27
2015 NCAA Basketball Tournament on CBS, TBS
The Soup on E! (WWE special with guests Michael Cole, Jerry Lawler, Eva Marie, Daniel Bryan, the Miz and Naomi)
Real Time With Bill Maher on HBO (Former Gov. Mike Huckabee (R-Ark.); hydrologist Jay Famiglietti; political commentator S.E. Cupp; former Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.); actor Zachary Quinto)
Kendra on Top on WE TV (When Kendra first considered divorce; when Hank was in New Mexico with their son; how Kendra and Hank both contemplated suicide)
David Letterman: Norm Macdonald, Theo James (R 3/18/15)
Jimmy Fallon: Will Forte, Adam Horovitz, Jeremy Wade
Jimmy Kimmel: President Barack Obama, Sean Penn (R 3/12/15)
James Corden: Rerun TBA
Seth Meyers: Keri Russell, Sen. Ted Cruz, Smallpools (R 3/16/15)
SATURDAY, MARCH 28
2015 NCAA Basketball Tournament on TBS
HBO New Movie of the Week: Into the Storm ... Professional storm-chasers run toward danger to track a series of deadly tornadoes menacing a town over the course of a single day.
Nickelodeon's 28th Annual Kids' Choice Awards (Children choose favorites from music, film, television and sports; Nick Jonas hosts)
Saturday Night Live on NBC (Host Dwayne Johnson; George Ezra performs)
SUNDAY MARCH 29
2015 NCAA Basketball Tournament on CBS
The Walking Dead on AMC (FINALE ... Daryl finds trouble while on a run; Rick and the group feel like outsiders in Alexandria, where trouble approaches the gates)
The Millionaire Matchmaker on Bravo (FINALE ... Patti helps actress Fran Drescher find a match for her ex-husband, Peter Marc Jacobson; Patti plays matchmaker for TV personality Dina Lohan (``Living Lohan'') with the help of their mutual friend, Jill Zarin)
Apparently, the one direction where Zayn Malik wants to head is out the door. On One Direction's Facebook page yesterday, the band announced that Malik is officially leaving the group. "After five incredible years, Zayn Malik has decided to leave One Direction," the statement read. "Niall, Harry, Liam, and Louis will continue as a four-piece and look forward to the forthcoming concerts of their world tour and recording their fifth album, due to be released later this year." Malik also said in his own statement, "I am leaving because I want to be a normal 22-year-old who is able to relax and have some private time out of the spotlight.'
Cissy Houston has broken her silence about the condition of her granddaughter Bobbi Kristina, who has been in a medically-induced coma since being found face down in a bathtub in January. "She's the same," Houston told New York radio station WBLS FM 107.5 on Wednesday, as reported by Billboard. "We've moved her to a place for rehabilitation. And, you know, still not a great deal of hope." Houston went on to say that their family continues to pray for Bobbi Kristina's recovery. "I give it to God one time, because I know he's able," she continued. "And I cannot change a thing… If he works a miracle, thank God. If it happens the other way, I'm alright."
In a new interview with Esquire, Chelsea Handler claims that Bill Cosby once invited her up to his hotel room but that she declined. "He tried to Cosby me," she declares when the embattled comedian's name comes up. Handler goes on to say the two were both performing at the same hotel in Atlantic City about 10 years ago when a hotel employee approached her and told her that Cosby wanted to meet her in his suite. "I thought, 'That's really weird,'" she recalls. "So the three guys I was with... I brought them up with me to his room and thank God I did, because now I know what would've happened if I went up there alone." She adds, "So yeah, he's guilty. I think it's pretty obvious now."
PRIME TIME TV
Grey's Anatomy on ABC (Rattled by recent events, Meredith tries to decide what to do about Derek; Owen is stunned when his mother is admitted to the hospital)
Scandal on ABC (When Michael gets involved with a bad situation, Cyrus is pressured to move up the wedding to help with damage control; David moves forward with his plan to take down B613)
2015 NCAA Basketball Tournament on CBS, TBS
The Blacklist on NBC (The task force hunts a scientist who kidnaps disabled patients in order to further his research on immortality; Tom must evade new enemies)
Bones on Fox (Angela's psychic friend Avalon helps the team investigate when a psychic is found dead in the trunk of a tree; Booth and Brennan consider the pros and cons of Christine's imaginary friend)
WWE SmackDown! on SyFy (Countdown to WrestleMania. Huge 8-man Tag Team action starring John Cena, Bray Wyatt, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Kevin Bacon, Jimmie Walker, the Airborne Toxic Event (R 3/13/15)
Jimmy Fallon: Alan Cumming, Carey Mulligan, Ludacris
Jimmy Kimmel: Zooey Deschanel, Guillermo Diaz, Charlie Wilson
James Corden: Rerun TBA
Seth Meyers: The Count, Paula Pell
Daily Show: John Hargrove
Conan O'Brien: Will Ferrell, Ellie Kemper, Andy Woodhull
Watch What Happens Live: Patti Stanger, Ryan Serhant
Jon Hamm's rep has confirmed that the Mad Men star has competed a 30-day rehab program for alcohol abuse. "With the support of his longtime partner Jennifer Westfeldt, Jon Hamm recently completed treatment for his struggle with alcohol addiction," the 44-year-old actor's rep said in a statement. "They have asked for privacy and sensitivity going forward." According to TMZ, Hamm quietly checked himself into Silver Hill Hospital in Connecticut in February after filming of the final season of Mad Men was completed.
Van Halen announced Tuesday that they will embark on a three-month tour with David Lee Roth at the helm starting this summer. The band will hit 39 cities, starting in Seattle on July 5 and ending on October 2 in Los Angeles. Van Halen will also make back-to-back appearances on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on March 30 and March 31. The Kimmel performance will coincide with the release of their new live album, Tokyo Dome Live in Concert. Meanwhile, fans can also check them out on Ellen April 2. They are coming close to us! Aug. 31 - Cincinnati, Ohio @ Riverbend Music Center
The truth is officially out there: Variety reports that David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson have signed on to reprise their respective roles as FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully for a six-episode reboot of The X-Files on FOX. X-Files creator Chris Carter is also returning for the miniseries, with production set to begin this summer. FOX has yet to announce when the reboot might air. "I think of it as a 13-year commercial break," Carter says of bringing the show back. "The good news is the world has only gotten that much stranger, a perfect time to tell these six stories."
PRIME TIME TV
Modern Family on ABC (Claire tackles spring cleaning; Phil has a difficult time when Luke seems to outperform him at many things; Haley tries to distract Alex by taking her to a music festival; Gloria attends Cameron's faculty talent show)
blackish on ABC (Dre worries about getting older when he injures himself playing basketball before his 40th birthday; Ruby and Bow compete to see who can get Dre the best gift)
Nashville on ABC (Members of the cast perform fan-favorite songs; songwriters discuss their process and the music in the show; Deana Carter performs with Charles Esten; Reba performs)
Survivor on CBS (A castaway has a difficult time fitting in after a stunning tribal council; a reward gives a contestant a new outlook on life -- and the game)
Chicago PD on NBC (The members of intelligence go under cover at a World Trade conference to assess political threats; Halstead's brother immediately stirs up trouble when he shows up in town)
American Idol on Fox (The contestants perform for the judges; two singers are eliminated; Boy George performs)
Catfish: The TV Show on MTV (A woman searches for answers when her relationship ends unexpectedly after she took a big leap and came out to her family)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: James Franco, Jake Johannsen, Action Bronson
Jimmy Fallon: Mitt Romney, Grace Helbig, G-Unit
Jimmy Kimmel: Matthew Perry, John Cena, For King & Country
James Corden: Kevin Hart, Will Ferrell, Leon Bridges
Seth Meyers: Jeremy Piven, David Benioff, Daniel Weiss, Marina and the Diamonds
Daily Show: Kirby Dick, Amy Ziering
Conan O'Brien: James Corden, Christopher Plummer, the Mavericks
Watch What Happens Live: Christina Hendricks, Rita Wilson
On last night's premiere of James Corden's Late Late Show, Mila Kunis finally admitted that she is married to Ashton Kutcher. "Maybe," the 31-year-old actress responded when Corden asked if the two had already tied the knot. The British comedian persisted. "Either you're married or you're not," he said. When Kunis once again answered "maybe," Corden demanded to see her hand. Kunis then laughed and flashed her wedding ring as the crowd bust into applause.
In Us Weekly's newest installment of "25 Things You Don't Know About Me," Madonna reveals her biggest relationship dealbreaker. "One nonnegotiable attribute in a lover: He must not ever want to be away from me for more than two weeks at a time," she declares. The Queen of Pop also dishes that if she would choose her ex-boyfriend Dennis Rodman over Vanilla Ice to be stranded on an island with. "He has a better sense of humor. Plus, he could always wear my clothes," she notes. The 56-year-old also shares that she hates mushrooms, escargot and people who text on their phones while having a conversation with her.
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, Into the Woods, Unbroken, Digging Up the Marrow, Kabbalah Me and Song One are all out on DVD today
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. on ABC (A shocking revelation and an impending decision about what to do with one of their own leaves the team broken; Ward and Agent 33 go on a personal mission)
NCIS on CBS (When a dead thief is found in a Marine's home, the NCIS team finds the calling card of a terror group the Department of Defense had been tracking)
The Voice on NBC (The artists choose a song to perform while their direct competitors watch; adviser Nate Ruess works with the coaches and their teams)
Hell's Kitchen on Fox (The teams present traditional American dishes to celebrity judges, with one team winning a journey aboard a three-masted schooner; the teams run a family-style dinner service)
The Mindy Project on Fox (FINALE ... When Danny fails to show up to a dinner with Mindy's parents, she starts to question his commitment to their relationship; Morgan thinks he overhears Mindy saying Danny is not her baby's father and tries to figure out who is)
The Flash on The CW (Leonard Snart returns -- this time with his younger sister as well as Heat Wave -- to wreak havoc on the city)
iZombie on The CW (Liv, Clive and Ravi investigate a well-known painter's mysterious death; Liv is overcome with passion after eating the artist's brain and tries to seduce Major; Blaine visits the morgue)
REAL Sports With Bryant Gumbel on HBO (Comic Lewis Black discusses the NCAA)
19 Kids and Counting on TLC (Hosting a flag football game; remembering Jessa throughout the years and reliving special moments between her and Ben)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Bill O'Reilly, Aubrey Plaza
Jimmy Fallon: Elizabeth Banks, Ronda Rousey, Little Big Town
Jimmy Kimmel: Maisie Williams, Saint Motel
James Corden: Chris Pine, Modest Mouse
Seth Meyers: Ben Stiller, Elisha Cuthbert, Chris Hayes
Daily Show: Jon Ronson
Conan O'Brien: Kevin Hart, Roman Reigns, Incubus
Watch What Happens Live: Kyle Richards, Jerry O'Connell
During her Friday appearance on The Tonight Show, Ariana Grande revealed that she can do a spot-on impression of Celine Dion. The pint-sized 21-year-old performed Celine's hit Beauty and the Beast, during which she pounded on her chest and shouted in a French accent much like the Canadian diva. Grande also joined host Jimmy Fallon for an installment of his "Ew!" sketch, where she played a teenager who was upset over getting just three likes on an Instagram photo. She also joked that she prefered "Grande" lattes to venti ones.
Snoop Dogg said during his keynote address at South By Southwest this weekend that he's developing a new series for HBO. According to the Associated Press, Snoop announced on Friday that he is working with producer Allen Hughes on a show about '80s Los Angeles that will air on the subscription-based network. "HBO is the number one network in the world as far as developing and having these types of shows come to life," the performer said. "This is a dream come true to be able to tell a story that's going to be told the right way on the right network." Snoop's address also found him talking about the first time he met Dr. Dre and getting high with Willie Nelson, among other things.
Rob Kardashian took to Instagram on Sunday to compare his sister Kim to the psychotic female lead in Gone Girl. The 28-year-old deleted all the pictures from his account and replaced them with a movie still featuring blood-soaked actress Rosamund Pike, who played the manipulative wife and murderer Amy Dunne in the thriller. "This is my sister Kim, the b**ch from Gone Girl," he captioned the image. The photo has racked up more than 79,000 likes so far. Meanwhile, Kim ignored Rob's post and took to Instagram to tell fans to tune into the latest episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians.
This week, American rock band Toto release their 13th studio album Toto XIV. Including singles "Orphan," "Holy War" and "Burn," the album is the follow-up to 2006's Falling in Between. Meanwhile, Van Morrison debuts Duets: Re-Working the Catalogue -- which features collaborations with artists such as Michael Buble, Mavis Staples, Natalie Cole, and Joss Stone. And American rock act Jeff the Brotherhood will premiere their eighth album Wasted on the Dream. Rapper Action Bronson will also drop his second studio album Mr. Wonderful, which is his first release via major labels Atlantic and Vice.
PRIME TIME TV
Dancing With the Stars on ABC (The celebrities and their partners perform a variety of dances, including the salsa, the rumba and the Argentine tango)
Mike & Molly on CBS (When Mike reaches a weight-loss goal -- his personal best -- he decides to celebrate by indulging in a slice of pie)
The Voice on NBC (The strongest vocalists choose a song to perform as they compete head-to-head in hope of advancing to the next round)
The Following on Fox (While Mark, Kyle and Daisy plan an attack on Ryan, the FBI gets a tip that gives them a leg up in the case; the FBI must split up to find a missing person; Ryan turns to a former enemy for help)
WWE Monday Night RAW on USA (The final RAW before WrestleMania. Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns face-to-face)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Ben Stiller, Tove Lo
Jimmy Fallon: January Jones, Bubba Watson, Brandon Flowers
Jimmy Kimmel: Chelsea Clinton, Adam Carolla, Zac Brown Band
Late Late Show: Tom Hanks, Mila Kunis
Seth Meyers: Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Christina Hendricks, Charles Hamilton & Rita Ora
Daily Show: Ayaan Hirsi Ali
Conan O'Brien: Naomi Watts, Nick Kroll, Tweedy
Watch What Happens Live: Brandi Glanville, Mike Shouhed
Kendall and Kylie Jenner announced on Tuesday that they are releasing their own mobile app. The teens have partnered with Glu Mobile, the company responsible for unleashing the game Kim Kardashian: Hollywood into the world. "Featuring the voices, likenesses and creative influences of Kendall and Kylie, the game will allow players to interact with the sisters as friends and mentors as they work to realize their creative and career aspirations," Glu Mobile said in a statement. Meanwhile, Kendall shared a cartoon portrait of her and Kylie on Instagram with the caption, "Excited to announce that we are working on our own mobile game! #KendallKylieGame #staytuned."
During her Tuesday appearance on Ellen, Madonna revealed that the youngest man she's dated in the past six years is a 22-year-old. When the audience responded by applauding, the 56-year-old singer asked, "Why is everyone so obsessed? Age is a number." She added, "People just don't like it when I have fun." Madonna also shared that she dated a 16-year-old when she first moved to New York at the age of 18. When Ellen teased that she's clearly always had a thing for younger men, the pop star responded, "That's not true. I've dated all sorts, all kinds -- I dated Warren Beatty!"
Amanda Bynes returned to Twitter on Monday. The former Nickelodeon star, 28, shared a sketch of a young woman that looks very much like Bynes. "Hey my loves! Here's a drawing I did! ily. :-D," she captioned the mage. This is the first time that the troubled actress, who has had repeated public meltdowns and run-ins with the law, has posted on social media in months. Bynes is currently under the temporary conservatorship of her parents and is due back in court on June 23 to discuss her progress.
Fan of Paul McCartney now have the opportunity to bring the legendary musician home. As of yesterday, McCartney's official website is offering a printable 3-D version of the musician. According to the website, the 3-D printable figure came about after McCartney was scanned for his innovative "Hope for the Future" music video. The site also offers instructions how how to print out the figure, which is available now.Click here to print yours
The Untold Story of The Sound of Music -- A Diane Sawyer Special on ABC (Julie Andrews and Diane Sawyer travel to Austria to explore the story behind ``The Sound of Music''; the actions of real von Trapp family; actor Christopher Plummer talks about working with Andrews and his insights on the film.)
Survivor on CBS (A switch-up shakes alliances; a blow to the head leaves one contestant struggling; a castaway wants to display his power)
Empire on Fox (FINALE ... Jamal and Lucious work toward a music-centered relationship, but Lucious has a game-changing secret; Hakeen considers the best move for his career; Cookie works on a plan)
Catfish: The TV Show on MTV (After meeting on Instagram and helping with troubles at home, a man refuses to speak to his love interest on the phone)
2015 NCAA Basketball Tournament: North Florida vs. Robert Morris on truTV
2015 NCAA Basketball Tournament: Boise State vs. Daytonon truTV
David Letterman: Norm MacDonald, Theo James
Jimmy Fallon: Will Ferrell, Chelsea Peretti, Boots
Jimmy Kimmel: Tony Romo, James Bay
James Corden: Jimmy Kimmel, John Krasinski, David Cross, guest host Will Arnett (R 2/20/15)
Seth Meyers: Lena Dunham, Erin Andrews, Tove Styrke
Daily Show: Kevin Hart
Conan O'Brien: Sean Penn, Sasha Alexander, Dana Gould
Watch What Happens Live: Anderson Cooper, Ellen Barkin
Meghan Trainor has released the video for her new single "Dear Future Husband," which finds the singer playing the part of a not-so-dutiful housewife. Premiered yesterday, the clip begins with Trainor portraying the perfect Pleasantville-esque housewife until her doting husband screws up big time. The rest of the video friends the singer, backed by a playful barbershop quartet, hosting a number of aspiring boyfriends -- all of whom fail to listen to her simple rules. Tsk tsk, boys. "Dear Future Husband" follow Trainor's previous singles "All About That Bass" and "Lips Are Movin'," off her debut album Title.
Son of a Gun, Exodus: Gods and Kings, Annie, Song of the Sea and Top Five are all out on DVD today
The Voice on NBC (Musicians Ellie Goulding, Meghan Trainor, Nick Jonas and Lionel Richie help with the battle rounds, in which the strongest competitors face off)
Chicago Fire on NBC (Herrmann tries to rescue a toddler from a structure fire; Mills discovers unexpected news; Brett and Cruz's relationship reaches a critical juncture; Otis is surprised by some feelings that develop)
Hell's Kitchen on Fox (The teams compete to match the heads and tails of popular fish in order to win an advantage; guest judge Michael Cimarusti joins one team on an outing to the beach; Ramsay ends one team's dinner service early)
The Mindy Project on Fox (Mindy meets with an aspiring personal stylist to help with her body image issues; Jeremy re-enters the dating pool and unexpectedly runs into Morgan's girlfriend)
The Flash on The CW (Mark Mardon, also known as the Weather Wizard, targets Joe, who shot Mark's brother, Clyde; Cisco starts to wonder if Joe was right about Dr. Wells; Linda, Barry, Eddie and Iris wind up on an awkward double date)
iZombie on The CW (PREMIERE .... After being turned into a zombie, medical resident Liv loses her drive and ambition -- and breaks up with her fiance out of fear of infecting him; Liv gains access to brains at the city morgue, but each brain results in unexpected side effects)
Married at First Sight on A&E (PREMIERE .... Four specialists select six individuals to be matched with an ideal marriage partner, with the identities of both parties remaining a secret until the wedding day)
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills on Bravo (Lisa Vanderpump refuses to accept Brandi's apology; the women return home after a final dinner in Amsterdam; Brandi gets bad news about her father's health; Kyle angrily reveals to Kim what Brandi has been saying behind her back)
March Madness on truTV
6:40 PM (16) Hampton vs (16) Manhattan
9:10 PM (11) BYU vs (11) Ole Miss
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Will Ferrell, Glen Hansard
Jimmy Fallon: Jennifer Garner, Eugene Levy, Modest Mouse
Jimmy Kimmel: Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Robert Rodriguez, Spoon
Late Late Show: Matthew Perry, Nick Kroll, guest host Thomas Lennon (R 2/18/15)
Seth Meyers: Shailene Woodley, Jason Biggs, Alex Gibney
Daily Show: Amanda Seyfried
Conan O'Brien: Zachary Quinto, Kristen Schaal, OK Go
Watch What Happens Live: Adrienne Maloof, Camille Grammer, Taylor Armstrong
Following the departure of co-hosts Kelly Osbourne and Kathy Griffin, The New York Daily News reports that E! is considering canceling Fashion Police. "They have off this month, but don't be surprised if they cancel it quietly in a matter of weeks, when the craziness dies down a little," an insider tells the outlet. The source went on to say that the show has been labeled a "hassle" by network executives since Osbourne and Griffin announced they were leaving. They are also having trouble finding someone to carry the show in the way that Joan Rivers did before her death in September. The show is currently scheduled to return on Monday, March 30, at 9 p.m.
Dancing With the Stars on ABC (PREMIERE .. Each of the celebrities and their partners perform a cha-cha, a foxtrot or the jive)
Mike & Molly on CBS (Peggy shares tantalizing stories from her past for Molly's second book -- in exchange for Molly doing chores)
The Voice on NBC (Musicians Ellie Goulding, Meghan Trainor, Nick Jonas and Lionel Richie help with the battle rounds, in which the strongest competitors face off)
Better Call Saul on AMC (Jimmy meets with potential new clients; after being given the opportunity to do the right thing, Jimmy cashes in a favor)
WWE Monday Night RAW on USA (With WrestleMania just two weeks away, what's next for Randy Orton after turning against The Authority?)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Shailene Woodley, Dr. Cornel West, Matthew E. White
Jimmy Fallon: Jim Parsons, Miles Teller, Wiz Khalifa
Late Late Show: William Shatner, Judy Smith, Cesar Milan, guest host Wayne Brady (R 2/11/15)
Seth Meyers: Keri Russell, Sen. Ted Cruz, Smallpools
Daily Show: Andrew Cockburn
Conan O'Brien: Kevin Nealon, Maia Mitchell, Tobias Jesso Jr.
Watch What Happens Live: Thomas Ravenel, Mercedes Javid
Just 10 days after Kelly Osbourne announced she would be leaving Fashion Police, Osbourne's former co-host Kathy Griffin has done the same. Us Weekly reports that Griffin has decided to leave the show after just seven episodes. "I discovered that my style does not fit with the creative direction of the show and now it's time to move on," Griffin told fans on Twitter yesterday. She went on to explain that she was thrilled to continue Joan Rivers legacy on the show, but felt that her brand of "brash and eccentric" comedy was being taken out of context. "I want to help women, gay kids, people of color and anyone who feels underrepresented to have a voice and a LAUGH!," she continued, adding that she wishes the "E! team only the best."
Scary video has emerged of Selena Gomez nearly getting tramped by fans and the press. The 22-year-old singer-actress was exiting the Louis Vuitton runway show at Paris Fashion Week on Wednesday when a massive crowd began swarming her. The clip shows Selena looking frightened as barricades get knocked down and people with cameras and cellphones swoop in. Her security guard struggles to keep them from getting to her and it takes several minutes to get her safely into a car. Looks like being famous isn't all it's cracked up to be.
Frozen 2 is a go! The Walt Disney Company announced yesterday at its annual shareholder meeting in San Francisco that a sequel to the 2013 smash hit Frozen has been green-lit, although few other details on the project--including a release date--are known so far. John Lasseter, who runs Walt Disney Animation Studios, did reveal at the meeting that the second installment of the franchise is currently being developed by Jennifer Lee and Chris Bucks, who co-directed the original film. Disney also released a track called "Making Today a Perfect Day," sung by Idina Menzel and Kristen Bell, from the upcoming short film Frozen Fever.
Cinderella (Rated PG) ... Starring: Helena Bonham Carter, Cate Blanchett. The story of "Cinderella' follows the fortunes of young Ella (Lily James) whose merchant father remarries following the death of her mother. Eager to support her loving father, Ella welcomes her new Stepmother (Cate Blanchett) and her daughters Anastasia (Holliday Grainger) and Drisella (Sophie McShera) into the family home. But, when Ella's father unexpectedly passes away, she finds herself at the mercy of a jealous and cruel new family.
Run All Night (Rated R) ... Starring: Liam Neeson, Nick Nolte, Ed Harris, Vincent D'Onofrio. Brooklyn mobster and prolific hit man Jimmy Conlon (Neeson), once known as The Gravedigger, has seen better days. Longtime best friend of mob boss Shawn Maguire (Harris), Jimmy, now 55, is haunted by the sins of his past—as well as a dogged police detective who's been one step behind Jimmy for 30 years. Lately, it seems Jimmy's only solace can be found at the bottom of a whiskey glass. But when Jimmy's estranged son, Mike (Kinnaman), becomes a target, Jimmy must make a choice between the crime family he chose and the real family he abandoned long ago. With Mike on the run, Jimmy's only penance for his past mistakes may be to keep his son from the same fate Jimmy is certain he'll face himself…at the wrong end of a gun. Now, with nowhere safe to turn, Jimmy just has one night to figure out exactly where his loyalties lie and to see if he can finally make things right.
FRIDAY, MARCH 13
Shark Tank on ABC (A cattleman gets another chance to pitch his gourmet meat business; a lingerie line sewn by women in need; an update on the makers of Pipcorn)
The Amazing Race on CBS (The teams deal with a race within a race as they navigate Bangok; contestants try a traditional delicacy)
Glee on Fox (New Directions and the Warblers face off at sectionals; Rachel must choose between NYADA and another Broadway show with Jesse St. James)
Saturday March 14th
HBO New Movie of the Week: Tammy .... starring: Melissa McCarthy, Susan Sarandon ... after losing her job, wrecking her car and discovering her husband's infidelity, a woman hits the road with her feisty grandmother
Sunday March 15th
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series: Campingworld.com 500 on Fox (LIVE From Phoenix International Raceway in Phoenix)
The Simpsons on Fox (When Homer wins the competition to become the new Duffman after the old one retires, the sober nature of the job forces him to realize beer isn't as important as he thought)
Family Guy on Fox (Meg becomes popular at her new job at the airport; Cleveland becomes a therapist and starts advising Peter and Lois on their relationship)
The Walking Dead on AMC (While trying to secure a new home, Rick and his group face challenges, and question the utopia they find themselves in)
Keeping Up With the Kardashians on E! (The family struggles to adjust to life after Bruce and Kris's divorce; Kim wants to give North a sibling as soon as possible)
Tina Knowles went full mama bear this week when she dined out with her daughter Beyonce and granddaughter Blue Ivy. Jezebel reports that the trio was out to lunch in Santa Monica on Monday when a pap started filming Blue and Knowles asked him to stop. "You know that's not cool," Knowles told the photographer. "It's illegal. You can't film a baby." When the man told her that he was just taking pictures and had the right to do so because she was famous, Knowles got a little aggravated. "That's a baby. Have some class about you," she snapped. "Have a little class and some consideration."
Madonna revealed in an interview with Howard Stern on Wednesday that she briefly dated rapper Tupac Shakur in the early nineties. Madonna was speaking to Stern about her tense relationship with talk show host David Letterman when she explained that her F-bomb filled rant on Letterman's show in '94 had a bit to do with her connection to the rapper. "I was dating Tupac Shakur at the time and the thing is he got me all riled up on life in general," the singer said, noting that she was in a "weird mood" that day. "So when I went on the show I was feeling very gangsta." Stern -- like pretty much everyone listening -- was shocked to hear about the fling.
In the history of baseball, there have been instances where one player has played all nine positions in a single game. But never before has a player flown around a single state in a helicopter, intent on playing nine positions in five separate spring training games. Yet that's exactly what Will Ferrell intends to do this afternoon in Arizona. The actor's stunt is part of a cancer awareness event co-sponsored by Major League Baseball and HBO, which will film Ferrell's whirlwind day in the Phoenix area.
Grey's Anatomy on ABC (An earthquake leaves Maggie trapped in an elevator and threatens Meredith's streak of successful surgeries; Owen gives medical advice over the phone; Ben opens up to Jackson)
Scandal on ABC (David Rosen is surprised by an unanticipated visitor who has information about B613 that could take down the White House and impact Pope & Associates)
The Big Bang Theory on CBS (A magazine article only credits Sheldon in an article about a paper he co-wrote with Leonard; a blackout at Mrs. Wolowitz's results in a final dinner in her honor)
The Blacklist on NBC (Agent Keen's unique relationship with Red and the task force is scrutinized when she is questioned in court as a murder suspect; Red turns to Ressler and Cooper for help finding a dangerous former associate who could keep Liz out of prison)
American Idol on Fox (The top 12 finalists take to the stage and perform for the judges -- and America's vote)
The Vampire Diaries on The CW (Now without her humanity, Caroline gives her friends a surprising ultimatum; Damon learns devastating news about his mother; Enzo becomes increasingly intrigued by Sarah Salvatore; Bonnie struggles with being back in the real world)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Lena Dunham, Bobby Cannavale, Andy Kim with Kevin Drew
Jimmy Fallon: Vin Diesel, Carl Reiner, Kobe Bryant, Iggy Azalea, Jennifer Hudson (R 2/4/15)
Jimmy Kimmel: Sean Penn, Earth, Wind & Fire
Late Late Show: Kat Dennings, Beth Behrs, Rhea Seehorn, guest host Whitney Cummings (R 1/28/15)
Seth Meyers: Christina Aguilera, Colin Quinn, Kurt Braunohler (R 2/25/15)
Daily Show: Rob Corddry
Conan O'Brien: Sofia Vergara, J.B. Smoove, tUnE-yArDs (R 12/9/14)
Watch What Happens Live: Liam Neeson, Jane Krakowski
The family of the late Marvin Gaye has been awarded $7.4 million after winning their claim that Robin Thicke, Pharrell Williams and T.I.'s song "Blurred Lines" was too similar to Gaye's 1977 hit "Got to Give It Up." Mashable reports that a federal jury found on Tuesday that Thicke and Williams are guilty of unintentionally lifting "Blurred Lines" from Gaye's original song. While the jury deemed that the infringement was not willful, they also determined they were not innocent. In addition to the $7.4 million reward -- which will be given to the Gaye family pending a possible appeal -- the family's attorney said he will also seek an injunction to have "Blurred Lines" removed form rotation or assert a claim on future profits.
Kelly Osbourne has finally broken her silence for the first time since departing E!'s Fashion Police.Us Weekly reports that Osbourne opened up about her exit from the show during an appearance on her mother Sharon's show The Talk on Tuesday. "You know what, it was the five best working years of my life," the former co-host revealed. "I am so grateful for the experience -- working with Joan Rivers for five years was incredible." Osbourne went on to say that she learned so much during her time on Fashion Police and that she is excited for her future and "to try new things."
It was reported by The Wrap on Tuesday that actor Johnny Depp injured his hand near the Australian set of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales over the weekend -- and that he'll be flying back to the United States to undergo surgery. According to the outlet, the 51-year-old actor was not on set or filming at the time of the injury and that production of the film will be "minimally impacted." The fifth installment of the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise began shooting last month and is scheduled to wrap this summer. It is set to be released on July 7, 2017.
Disney's classic Dumbo will be the latest animated film to get a live-action remake, and this time Tim Burton will be at the helm. As reported by The Wrap, Burton is no newcomer to Disney fairy tales and previously directed the studio's Alice in Wonderland blockbuster -- which raked in a billion dollars. Dumbo is expected to feature a combination of live-action and CGI. Transformers writer Ehren Kruger is said to have written the script. There is no reported release date for the film. Burton is currently working on Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, as well as a Beetlejuice sequel
PRIME TIME TV
blackish on ABC (Footage from behind the scenes include a tour of the set with members of the cast; previously unseen outtakes and interviews)
Survivor on CBS (A hard-working tribe is impacted by a division of labor; a contestant's strategy ends up backfiring during the immunity challenge)
American Idol on Fox (The top 12 finalists are announced)
Empire on Fox (Andre starts a musical relationship with Michelle; a woman from Lucious' past comes back into the picture; Hakeem wants to show his father he's an artist and a businessman; Cookie gets ready to state her own agenda)
Donnie Loves Jenny on A&E (FINALE ... Donnie organizes a McCarthy family reunion at the Hotel Baker in St. Charles, Ill., which causes Jenny to reconsider where she and Donnie should put down permanent roots)
Jenny McCarthy's Dirty Sexy Funny on A&E (The comic/actress is joined by four hilarious female colleagues for a national stand-up comedy tour beginning in Las Vegas)
Catfish: The TV Show on MTV (After a guy finds his match in the same neighborhood, but never meets her, Angel Haze and Nev offer help in getting the couple together)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Kelsey Grammer, Stevie Wonder
Jimmy Fallon: Ellen DeGeneres, Neil Young, Doc Severinsen (R 2/3/15)
Jimmy Kimmel: Liam Neeson, Octavia Spencer, AWOLNATION
Late Late Show: Marion Cotillard, Dame Edna, Darrin Rose, guest host Sean Hayes (R 2/2/15)
Seth Meyers: Mary J. Blige, Stephen Amell, Misterwives (R 2/23/15)
Daily Show: Common
Conan O'Brien: The cast of "Sons of Anarchy", First Aid Kit (R 11/11/14)
Watch What Happens Live: Shania Twain, Penn Badgley
For the first time since being accused by multiple women of sexual assault, Bill Cosby has reached out to his fans. The 77-year-old comedian released a video on Monday in which he says that his upcoming performances are still happening. "You know I'll be hilarious," he is seen saying on the phone to a mystery person. The video also includes a message from the Cosby Show star that reads, "Dear fans, I hope you enjoy my wonderful video message that's filled with laughter... Hey, hey, hey, I'm far from finished."
Ariana Grande took a tumble during her concert at Toronto's Air Canada Centre on Sunday. Video has emerged of the 21-year-old singer performing "Bang Bang" and attempting to climb a set of stairs leading to the main platform. Unfortunately, she trips and falls -- hard. Grande can then be seen getting back up quickly and continuing to sing following the misstep. The pint-sized pop star later hinted at the incident and gave a shout out to her fans on Twitter. "Thank u Toronto!!!! Tonight was such a fun show lol." she wrote. "Y'all made me feel so much better! I love you & thank you so much."
Carrie Fisher tells the Mail on Sunday newspaper that the new Star Wars movie may be cursed. "Things happen in threes. I'm about to call (co-star) Mark Hamill to make sure he's Ok. I have a horrid feeling there's a curse going on here... What is funny is that last Sunday it was raining hard in L.A. I was driving to the art store and I got into an accident. It wasn't that serious and I wasn't hurt but it's the first car accident I've ever had. I drove home and that's when the wheel came off my Bmw. My assistant told me I could have died if the wheel had come off when I was on the freeway. Then I was watching the news and saw Harrison had his crash. I'm a bit worried it's the curse of Star Wars."
Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, The Sound of Music, The Liberator, Pioneer, Low Down and Happy Valley are all out on DVD today
PRIME TIME TV
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. on ABC (Coulson and the team help Lady Sif, who lost her memory after a fight with a mysterious warrior; Bobbi and Mac continue to keep their true mission hidden)
NCIS on NBC (The team investigates the world of black market art when evidence in a murder case reveals that a rare painting has been swapped for a fake)
The Voice on NBC (Musicians Ellie Goulding, Meghan Trainor, Nick Jonas and Lionel Richie help prepare for the battle rounds, in which the strongest competitors face off)
Chicago Fire on NBC (Severide talks to Chief Boden for an old friend who needs a second chance with the fire department; Mills endeavors to regain his active status; Brett and Dawson decide they need a night out)
Hell's Kitchen on Fox (The teams must retrieve crabs from the ocean and create crab cake dishes, with the first team to come up with 10 dishes winning a trip to Arizona for horseback riding and dinner; during dinner service, one team struggles with the seafood)
The Mindy Project on Fox (Danny frantically searches for a new priest after his dies following a confession; Jeremy tries to get everyone at the practice to attend his one-man show)
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills on Bravo (The women split into two groups to explore Amsterdam; Eileen confronts Lisa Rinna about her lack of support; all of the unresolved issues come to a head while the women are at dinner on a riverboat; Brandi playfully slaps Lisa Vanderpump)
19 Kids and Counting on TLC (Michelle's catches up with old friends at her 30th high school reunion; a horseback riding party for Johannah's 9th birthday)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Patricia Arquette, Keith Olbermann, Will Butler
Jimmy Fallon: Kevin Hart, Jay Baruchel, Meghan Trainor (R 1/15/15)
Jimmy Kimmel: Jennifer Lopez, Keith Urban, Harry Connick Jr., Ryan Seacrest, Eric Andre
Late Late Show: Simon Helberg, Britt Robertson, Owen Benjamin, guest host Kunal Nayyar (R 2/27/15)
Seth Meyers: Wanda Sykes, Angie Harmon, Two Gallants (R 2/16/15)
Daily Show: Abbi Jacobson, Ilana Glazer
Conan O'Brien: Jennifer Aniston, Bill Burr (R 12/4/14)
Watch What Happens Live: Elizabeth Hurley, Tony Danza
A ziplock bag containing air supposedly captured during a Kanye West concert was selling for the for the absurd price of $60,000 on eBay over the weekend, leading a raft of copycat sellers to put their own empty bags up for sale on the auction site. The Hollywood Reporter says the $60,000 bag of air has been removed from the site and it's unclear whether any transaction actually took place, but folks are still bidding hundreds of dollars on other bags. One listing with a $305 bid pitches it as "air taken from front row seats; possibly contains Kanye's breath!!!" West's wife Kim Kardashian was amused by the trend, saying on Twitter: "WOW he can sell anything!"
Bobby Brown's sister took to Facebook over the weekend to write a scathing post in which she claims Bobbi Kristina's boyfriend Nick Gordon is under investigation for her attempted murder. According to Us Weekly, Leolah Brown posted a note this weekend in which she responded to the news that Gordon will appear on Dr. Phil this week. "Dr. Phil, With all due respect, Nick Gordon is under investigation for the attempted murder of my niece Bobby Kristina Brown," she writes, adding that the family has "strong evidence of foul play." "Until this investigation is completed by law enforcement, I would ask that you or anyone else not provide this individual a platform to spin this situation to his benefit."
Here Comes Honey Boo star Mama June was hospitalized on Friday after her temperature went through the roof and she was discovered to be suffering from pneumonia. TMZ reports that June was taken to the ER after having trouble getting out of bed on Friday morning and ended up having a 103 fever. Upon arriving at the hospital, June was diagnosed with pneumonia and extreme dehydration. According to the outlet, Sugar Bear pitched in to watch the kids while June was being treated and that he going to hang around for a few days until June gets back on her feet.
This week, Madonna releases her 13th studio album Rebel Heart, featuring lead single "Living for Love." Meanwhile, country star Luke Bryan releases his seventh and final spring break EP, Spring Break…Checkin Out. And Arcade Fire member Will Butler drops his debut solo album Policy. Also in the world of rock music, Foo Fighters bassist Nate Mendel premieres his first album under the moniker Lieutenant. Titled If I Kill This Thing We're All Going To Eat For A Week, the album marks the first time Mendel has showcased his songwriting talents.
The Bachelor on ABC (FINALE ... Chris brings the women to meet his family in hope it will make the answer more clear; Chris makes his decision)
The Bachelor: After the Final Rose on ABC (Chris and the final two women talk about the outcome of the show; ``The Bachelorette'' announcement)
Mike & Molly on CBS (Molly is very excited when her book finally becomes available for purchase but starts to obsessively worry that no one will buy it)
The Voice on NBC (The coaches complete their teams of 12; musicians Ellie Goulding, Meghan Trainor, Nick Jonas and Lionel Richie help prepare for the battle rounds, in which the strongest competitors face off)
The Following on Fox (Ryan thinks he's found the link between Andrew and Mark, but can't figure out how Joe Carroll might be connected; tensions between Mark, Kyle and Daisy increase; Ryan finds himself in a dangerous situation)
Better Call Saul on AMC (When a tragic past comes back to haunt Mike, he seeks help from an unlikely source; Jimmy's moral compass is tested)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Kevin Spacey, Lily James, Alabama Shakes
Daily Show: Rep. John Lewis
Watch What Happens Live: Kristen Doute, Vanessa Bayer
Actor Harrison Ford is expected to make a full recovery after the World War II training plane he was flying on Thursday afternoon crash-landed on a golf course in California. NBC News reports that the 72-year-old actor was conscious and breathing when rescue crews arrived and that he was stabilized and transported to a hospital. While not all of his injuries have been reported, it was confirmed that he sustained cuts to his head. Ford's son has since taken to Twitter to explain that his dad is "battered but OK." "He is every bit the man you would think he is," he continued. "He is an incredibly strong man."
Aaron Carter slammed Hilary Duff in a not-so-subtle tweet on Thursday. The 27-year-old singer obviously took issue with the fact that Duff described his declarations of love for her as "ridiculous" to Cosmopolitan. "Some s**t I just don't get. Stop. Talking. About. It.," he wrote, clearly referring to his ex-girlfriend's recent interview. "I did." Carter made headlines last year after he took to Twitter to rant about how much he missed Duff, whom he dated as a teen. "I'll spend the rest of my life trying to better myself to get back to her," he declared at the time. "I don't care what ANY of you think." Clearly you do, dude.
Chappie (Rated R) ... Starring: Hugh Jackman, Sigourney Weaver, Dev Patel. In the near future, crime is patrolled by an oppressive mechanized police force. But now, the people are fighting back. When one police droid, Chappie, is stolen and given new programming, he becomes the first robot with the ability to think and feel for himself. As powerful, destructive forces start to see Chappie as a danger to mankind and order, they will stop at nothing to maintain the status quo and ensure that Chappie is the last of his kind.
Unfinished Business (Rated R) ... Starring: James Marsden, Tom Wilkinson, Sienna Miller, Nick Frost, Vince Vaughn, Dave Franco. A hard-working small business owner (Vince Vaughn) and his two associates (Tom Wilkinson, Dave Franco) travel to Europe to close the most important deal of their lives. But what began as a routine business trip goes off the rails in every imaginable – and unimaginable – way, including unplanned stops at a massive sex fetish event and a global economic summit.
FRIDAY, FEBURARY 6
Shark Tank on ABC (Custom recruitment clothing for sororities; tool for opening a Thai coconut and extracting the meat; an invention that allows a pickup truck to accommodate more passengers; Mo's Bows update)
The Amazing Race on CBS (A forgotten fanny pack in Thailand leads to a setback -- and tension -- for one team; a contestant poses a very special question)
Glee on Fox (When Dalton Academy burns to the ground, the Warblers must combine with New Directions; Rachel pleads with Carmen Tibideaux to let her return to NYADA)
Saturday March 7th
SNL on NBC (Host Chris Hemsworth; Zac Brown Band performs.)
Caught on Camera With Nick Cannon on NBC (First-person video coverage of dramatic events)
The Graham Norton Show on BBCA (Footballer David Beckham; actor Will Smith; actress Margot Robbie; actor Hugh Jackman; Noel Gallagher performs)
HBO New Movie of the Week: Neighbors ... starring Seth Rogen, Zac Efron, Rose Byrne, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Dave Franco. Parents go to war with a neighboring fraternity president who refuses to tone down his house's raucous activities.
Sunday March 8th
The Simpsons on Fox (When Chief Wiggum uses a military jet pack to fight crime, he ends up crashing it into the church, leaving Marge and the congregation to resort to gambling to raise money for the repairs)
Family Guy on Fox (When Brian decides he doesn't want to hang out with Stewie anymore, Stewie uses Brian's DNA to impregnate himself in an effort to save their relationship)
The Walking Dead on AMC (As Rick and the others continue to acclimate to their new surroundings, they consider a return to normalcy)
Total Divas on E! (FINALE ... The Bellas think about signing on for another three years in the ring; Paige asks Bradley to move to LA before realizing there are skeletons in his closet; Eva's husband risks her relationship with the WWE)
Taylor Swift granted the dying wish of a very ill 4-year-old fan on Tuesday by calling her up to wish her well. Taste of Country reports that Swift called Jalene Salinas of San Antonio, Texas, last night after hearing about her battle with terminal brain cancer on Twitter. "I'm so sorry you're having a bad night," the "Style" singer told the little girl during a 20-minute-long FaceTime conversation. "I'm so happy to talk to you though and I'm so happy you like 'Shake It Off.'" Swift learned about Jalene's wish to speak with her after members of the San Antonio community created the hashtag #ShakeItOffJalene on Twitter to try to and get the pop star's attention.
Carrie Underwood and her hockey-playing husband Mike Fisher welcomed their first child, a boy named Isaiah Michael Fisher, into the world on Friday. Underwood announced their son's arrival yesterday on Instagram and Twitter. "Tiny hands and tiny feet...God has blessed us with an amazing gift!" she wrote alongside a photo of the newborn's fingers. "Isaiah Michael Fisher--born February 27." Underwood and her husband had likewise first shared the news of her pregnancy over social media on Labor Day, posting a photo of their two dogs with the caption, "In honor of 'Labor' Day...Ace and Penny would like to make an announcement."
Fans of Bobbi Kristina Brown who want to know more details about her life-threatening medical crisis may soon get to do so thanks to a reality show that several of her relatives are shooting in the midst of her ordeal. TMZ reports that while father Bobby Brown isn't participating in the production, his two sisters, brother and their children are. Sources say the show, which apparently doesn't have a firm deal with a network yet, will chronicle Bobbi Kristina's fight for her life, although they have not shot any footage inside the Atlanta hospital where Bobbi Kristina is being cared for.
Modern Family on ABC (When their competitor releases a catchy ad, Claire and Jay scramble to shoot a commercial of their own; Phil, Luke and Manny try to take down a drone that a neighbor keeps using to spy on Gloria; Andy is rushed to the hospital)
blackish on ABC (Dre tries to arrange an amazing vow renewal for his and Bow's 15th anniversary, but unannounced visitors cause complications)
Nashville on ABC (Rayna asks Deacon and her daughters to perform with her at the anniversary celebration of her induction into the Grand Ole Opry; Will is uncomfortable with the songwriter he is asked to collaborate with; Sadie reveals her battle to the world)
Survivor on CBS (Castaways from the White Collar tribe strip down and embrace free-spirited ways; heavy lifting at camp causes a disagreement; a castaway has trouble adapting)
CSI: Cyber on CBS (PREMIERE ... Special Agent Avery and her team of cyber analysts investigate a case involving hacked baby monitors)
The Voice on NBC (Looking back at the blind auditions; never before seen moments; a look ahead at the battle rounds)
American Idol on Fox (The top eight guys perform)
Empire on Fox (Cookie uncovers Anika's secret; Lucious must face his rival; the Lyon sons take drastic measures to save Empire Entertainment; Hakeen works with Cookie; Andre is pushed past his limits)
Wahlburgers on A&E (FINALE ... The Wahlbergs attend the grand opening of a new Wahlburgers in Toronto; Johnny Drama is asked to star in an independent film)
Donnie Loves Jenny on A&E (Donnie arranges a romantic night out with Jenny at a flashy hotel, but the relaxing getaway is derailed by sneaky butlers and midnight kitchen raids)
Catfish: The TV Show on MTV (After a girl cuts ties with an Internet beau, he refuses to give up trying to get her back; Cassidy Wolf)
Strange Love on TLC (PREMIERE ... A woman searches for a man to love her and her 17-inch long fingernails; trying speed dating in hopes of nailing down a new man)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Aziz Ansari, Brian Kiley, Ben Howard (R 1/30/15)
Jimmy Fallon: Danny DeVito, Zoe Kravitz, Whitney Cummings
Jimmy Kimmel: Vince Vaughn, Mike Tyson, Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors
Late Late Show: David Arquette, Steve Wozniak, Josh Robert Thompson, guest host Drew Carey
Seth Meyers: Kenneth Branagh, Felicity Huffman, Purity Ring, Kate Pierson
Lady Gaga reached out to fellow pop star Taylor Swift on Monday to reassure the "Style" singer that her prince charming will come someday. Us Weekly reports that Gaga took to Twitter yesterday afternoon and wrote, "@taylorswift13 wow you're a sweetheart! Life is friends, family, and love! We all see that in you, your prince charming will come!" Gaga's tweet came a day after Swift told The Telegraph that she would "probably still be single" by age 30 and later tweeted, "Is it just me or is Lady Gaga, like, fully LIVING right now?!? #goals."
Dancing With the Stars has revealed which of its dancing pros will be paired up with Season 20's contestants in advance of the season's March 16 premiere on ABC. Here are the twosomes you can look forward to seeing:
Redfoo and Emma Slater
Michael Sam and Peta Murgatroyd
Willow Shields and Mark Ballas
Suzanne Somers and Tony Dovolani
Rumer Willis and Val Chmerkovskiy
Charlotte McKinney and Keo Motsepe
Riker Lynch and Allison Holker
Nastia Liukin and Derek Hough
Patti LaBelle and Artem Chigvintsev
Robert Herjavec and Kym Johnson
Noah Galloway and Sharna Burgess
Foxcatcher, Life Partners, Ask Me Anything, Barbie in Princess Power, Believe Me, Innocence, Let's Kill Ward's Wife, Captive, The Humbling and Tinker Bell and the Legend of the Neverbeast are all out on DVD today
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. on ABC (Coulson and the team are faced with the consequences of the war with Hydra as revelations threaten to destroy them; Hydra makes a move)
The Voice on NBC (Hopefuls perform for the judges)
Chicago Fire on NBC (Severide steps in when Chief Pridgen tries to shift blame for a tactical error onto Casey; Mouch learns he fathered a child through a sperm donation; Brett and Cruz take Dawson on a double date)
Hell's Kitchen on Fox (PREMIERE ... Ramsay splits the contestants into to two teams along gender lines and asks them to present their signature dishes, with the winning team getting a night with William Shatner)
The Mindy Project on Fox (Mindy finds it more difficult to attract patients to her fertility clinic than she imagined; the nurses at Shulman & Associates try to get acquainted with Dr. Bergdahl)
19 Kids and Counting on TLC (Jessa and Ben ask Josh to design their wedding invitations; Jill makes a gift for Derick's mother; Jim Bob goes on a police ride along with John David)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Tom Hanks, Sturgill Simpson (R 2/12/15)
Jimmy Fallon: Judi Dench, Ansel Elgort, GZA, Tom Morello
Jimmy Kimmel: Gordon Ramsey, Bridgit Mendler, Beth Stelling
Late Late Show: Angela Kinsey, Paula Poundstone, guest host Drew Carey
Seth Meyers: Tom Selleck, Anne Heche, Marlon James, Kate Pierson
Daily Show: Sigourney Weaver
Conan O'Brien: Norman Reedus, Brandi Carlile
Watch What Happens Live: Kim & Alaska Gedeon, Tina Sugandh & Tarz Ludwigse
Kelly Osbourne made good on her threat to leave Fashion Police on Friday, ditching the red-carpet gig after publicly criticizing her co-host Giuliana Rancic's comments about Zendaya Coleman's Oscar hairdo. E! later confirmed the news to Billboard, explaining, "Kelly Osbourne is departing E!'s Fashion Police to pursue other opportunities, and we would like to thank her for her many contributions to the series over the past five years." While Rancic's comments drew Osbourne's public scorn, the New York Daily News reports that she also sparred bitterly with fellow panelist Kathy Griffin on Oscar night, and that the death of Fashion Police grand dame Joan Rivers has left the remaining panelists vying for power on set.
NEW MUSIC This week, Kelly Clarkson releases her seventh studio album Piece by Piece. The follow-up to Clarkson's 2013 Christmas album Wrapped in Red, Piece by Piece is led by single "Heartbeat Song." Meanwhile, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds drop their sophomore release Chasing Yesterday. And Canadian electronic duo Purity Ring share their second album Another Eternity, which includes singles "Push Pull," "Begin Again" and "Body Ache." Country-folk act Brandi Carlile also releases her latest album The Firewatcher's Daughter via ATO Records.
Iggy Azalea and Jennifer Hudson debuted the official music video for their single "Trouble" on YouTube Friday. Billboard describes the three-minute clip--in which the two embark on a high-speed car chase that ends with an unexpected dance collaboration--as "wacky." "The hijinks-stuffed clip finds Iggy rolling her eyes at her deadbeat dude," the publication writes, "who gets arrested by Officer Jennifer Hudson and is then ogled by a bunch of lip-licking female prison guards. Those looking for Oz-style realism in this prison drama will be disappointed."
PRIME TIME TV
The Bachelor: The Women Tell All on ABC (Chris is confronted by women of the season -- including the one he most recently rejected; funny moments; a preview of the final days of Chris' search for love)
Mike & Molly on CBS (When Peggy -- somewhat mysteriously -- announces her sudden retirement, Molly decides to plan a party for her)
The Voice on NBC (Hopefuls perform for the judges)
Gotham on Fox (As Gordon investigates the recent controversy with Comissioner Loeb, the prisoners question Fish's loyalty when she seems to join forces with Dr. Dulmacher (Colm Feore); Bruce deals with the aftermath of an attack)
Better Call Saul on AMC (Alarming news disrupts Jimmy's efforts at drumming up new business, forcing him to make a difficult choice)
I Am Dale Earnhardt on Spike (Exploring the legend and complex figure of American race car driver Dale Earnhardt, also known as The Intimidator)
WWE Monday Night RAW on USA (What's next for John Cena as his WrestleMania match has been denied by the super-athlete Rusev?)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Steve Carell, Adam Silver, Hundred Waters (R 2/9/15)
Jimmy Fallon: Ryan Reynolds, Terrence Howard, Kelly Clarkson
Jimmy Kimmel: Cate Blanchett, Ryan Phillippe, Joywave
Late Late Show: Pauley Perrette, Joshua Malina, Cathy Ladman, guest host Drew Carey
Seth Meyers: Kelly Ripa, Nick Frost, Echosmith, Kate Pierson
Daily Show: Robert Smigel
Conan O'Brien: Aziz Ansari, Cristela Alonzo
Watch What Happens Live: Golnesa "GG" Gharachedaghi, Kristen Doute