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The 30-year-old New Day co-host, who is married to real estate investor Michael Gershenson, told People magazine: 'Words cannot describe how excited we are about starting our family.' Ms Bolduan's baby is due in October and she is expected to take
Rosemary's Baby' comes to NBC in May NBC has set the dates for its "Rosemary's Baby" remake...The reworking of Ira Levin's 1967 novel will premiere at 9 p.m...The scheduling is a little bit unorthodox for a two-part mini, which more typically run on
Springtime is a hopeful one at the broadcast networks, as they embark on filming pilots and hope that one of them is that next big hit. It's also a stressful one for some existing shows, which are waiting to hear if they'll be back for another year.
Nineteen-eighties musical nostalgia on Fox couldn't beat CBS. It was '80s night on "American Idol" as the remaining eight contestants performed classics of the bygone decade and the aging show's ratings changed little from last week, pulling in 8.8
As Guy's writing career takes off, Rosemary becomes pregnant. Luckily they have their neighbors, the Castevets, to take them under their wingright?...She's isolated in a strange city and begins to fear the worst. Based on Ira Levin's classic book
Story Canadian TV co-production "Orphan Black" is launching its second season, and a band with roots on a farm in France release a sizzling track. Canadian Press reporter David Friend has his finger on the pulse of pop culture. CP Video Video The
To deal with the present, we must understand the past...Not that media writers can resist another round of the Late Night Guessing Game, this time focusing on who will replace David Letterman when he steps down from CBS' "Late Show" next year.
Journey's Pineda plans to launch own music American rock band Journey's lead vocalist Arnel Pineda said he's been putting together an album of his own compositions in his own voice which he plans to release this year...Briefs FXX to air 552-episode
Do you have a flair for storytelling and know your way around a strong punchline? You may be just the person NBC is looking for. This week, the network announced a new initiative called NBC's Comedy Playground where aspiring show runners and comedy
If you've ever watched a disappointing TV sitcom and thought, I could make a better show than that, it's time to put up or shut up. Playground.com allows aspiring TV producers to upload their best videos in hopes of getting their show on network