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50 Cent and Jimmy Fallon made strange but decidedly entertaining bedfellows Tuesday night when they took over home shopping network QVC.
It wouldn't be a reality show without a little drama to lead in to the premiere.
Ahead of the Tuesday debut of her Lifetime program "Bristol Palin: Life's a Tripp," Palin has reportedly been sued by the man who was caught on camera having a heated exchange of words with her last fall.
[The post below contains spoilers for the season 6 premiere of "Burn Notice."]
We told you that USA Network heats up in the summer, and tonight marks the return of “burned” spy Michael Westen (Jeffrey Donovan) and a new season of “Burn Notice.”
The series follows the Miami-based Westen as he uses his intelligence training to solve cases for ordinary people while also trying to figure out who blacklisted him, and season 6 begins tonight at 9 p.m. ET.
Even as they go their separate ways, Courteney Cox and David Arquette appear to be on the same page.
The two actors, who split up in 2010, both filed for divorce on June 8, People reports. Arquette, 40, cited irreconcilable differences in his filing, and Cox, who turns 48 Friday, did the same. They're also both seeking joint legal and physical custody of their daughter Coco, who celebrated her eighth birthday Wednesday.
HBO's "Girls" sparked plenty of conversation about casting people of color on TV, and "Grey's Anatomy" creator Shonda Rhimes may start the same discussion with ABC Family's new series, "Bunheads."
In America: 'Grey's Anatomy' creator, actress discuss media diversity
Earlier this week, Rhimes tweeted her dismay at the cast lineup for the new comedy, which is about a Las Vegas showgirl who goes to work at her mother-in-law's dance school.
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