How much did you love "Sex Sent Me to the ER" on TLC? If the answer to that question is "a whole lot," you're not alone in your adoration. TLC's four episode run of the series averaged 1.9 million viewers. Not surprisingly, TLC is looking to serve up many more tales of sexual misadventure, as the show has now been picked up for an additional 35 one-hour episodes. Best of all? If you have a horror story to share, you just might get your chance.
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“Closer to the Truth,” Cher’s first studio album since 2002’s “Living Proof,” debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 when it was released in September, but it failed to make much of a splash after its initial bow.
"60 Minutes" will re-air its 2006 profile of Philip Seymour Hoffman
In the 2006 interview, the 38-year-old Hoffman says: ""I went (to rehab), I got sober when I was 22 years old. You get panicked … and I got panicked for my life."
Jay Baruchel is making his TV comeback on FX in "Man Seeking Woman."
The "Undeclared" alum will play a "naive romantic" on the FX comedy pilot from Lorne Michaels.
Daniel Stern and "The Big C's" John Benjamin Hickey join "Manhattan"
The WGN America series revolves around The Manhattan Project.
There are so many rituals associated with coming of age, whether it’s getting your school portrait taken, fending off bullies, having your first crush, or running from the cops after committing some minor prank.
Reality TV producers have finally discovered that they don't really need the lure of a million dollars to make people do terrifying things. No, for some intrepid adrenaline junkies, bragging rights are more than enough. With that in mind, Nat Geo has announced a casting call for the new season of "Ultimate Survival Alaska." Only people who like being really, really cold apply!
Amy Adams broke down on "Inside the Actors Studio" over Philip Seymour Hoffman
Adams was reportedly sobbing during Wednesday's taping of the Bravo show.
Congresswoman played Olivia Pope in a "Scandal" spoof video
Rep. Donna Edwards, Democrat of Maryland, unveiled the video last night at the 70th Annual Congressional Dinner.
"Two and a Half Men" gets Kimberly Williams-Paisley to romance Jon Cryer
The casting will reunite her with her "According to Jim" co-star Courtney Thorne-Smith.
Peter Facinelli joins NBC's "Odyssey"
He'll play a "disillusioned corporate attorney" on the global conspiracy thriller pilot.
Jay Leno has had his best week since his 2010 return to "The Tonight Show"
The big ratings has boosted Jimmy Fallon, whose "Late Night" has had its highest ratings since Leno's last final week in 2009.
It's taken five weeks, but 2014 finally has a great movie on its hands. No, it's not "Boyhood," any other selection from the Sundance Film Festival last month or Lars Von Trier's slightly overrated "Nymphomaniac." It's Wes Anderson's "Grand Budapest Hotel." That's no disrespect to Richard Linklater's buzzed drama, it's no doubt great. "Grand Budapest" is very different from "Boyhoood" or any other film that screened in Park City. Simply, Anderson's latest is an example of an auteur at the peak of his cinematic powers.
BERLIN - At no point in its fleet runtime does anyone break into an actual dance routine -- and honestly, someone probably should -- yet the average Busby Berkeley musical barely contains as much regimented choreography as Wes Anderson's dizzy, chintzy and improbably touching "The Grand Budapest Hotel." Cast members don't walk; they glide, skip and occasionally pop into the frame as if released by a lever. The camera doesn't pan or track; it whirls and soars. The mise-en-scene is pulled into shape via an intricate operation of cogs and pulleys -- some of them visible. All moving parts -- cars, trains, bobsleds, even actors -- run like artisan-built clockwork toys.
Duck Commander 500: NASCAR hooks up with "Duck Dynasty"
Texas Motor Speedway announced that its NASCAR race for the next three years will be known as the Duck Commander 500.
Charlie Sheen is now threatening Ashton Kutcher
"you ever tell me to shut the F*** up, EVER again, and I'll put you on a hospital food diet for a year," Sheen wrote on Twitter, hours after a tweet in which he said he was "so sorry."
AMC is officially developing "Preacher" with producer Seth Rogen
The 1990s twisted comic book series is being developed with Rogen and his producing partner Evan Goldberg.
"Michael J. Fox Show" producer: Our 7 remaining episodes could still air, including "Back to the Future" reunion
"We're not in the same boat as 'Sean Saves the World,'" says exec producer Alex Reid. "We've got seven episodes that NBC likes and wants to air."
Michael J. Fox will be back on "The Good Wife" now that his show is done
He'll reprise his role as Louis Canning for multiple episodes.
"The Bachelor's" Clare denies having sex in the ocean with Juan Pablo
"I don't think it was made clear by anybody that that's not what happened ... that wasn't my intention going into it (and) everyone in the situation knows that's not what happened," she says.
"The Biggest Loser's" shocking weight-loss: What's the big deal?
"How exactly did 'TBL's' viewers and creators expect this to go?" says Katy Waldman. "'The Biggest Loser' is a competition about who can lose the most weight. The person who sheds more pounds than all the other people wins $250,000. It is not about who can adopt the healthiest lifestyle or reclaim the most self-esteem."
George Clooney recounts his prank on Tina Fey and Amy Poehler
Clooney also apologized to Matt Damon for using him to play the prank, but hinted than even bigger prank might be in the works.
Oprah is in talks to make her Broadway debut
She would star opposite Audra McDonald in a revival of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play "'Night, Mother."
Watch a preview of Rosie's return to "The View"
"It feels kind of weird, but good weird," she says upon her entrance.
Sure, it seems a little sketchy from the outside. Ventriloquist and "America's Got Talent" winner Terry Fator got a divorce from his first wife, then married a knockout who was 23-years-younger than he shortly thereafter. But in the latest episode of "Oprah: Where Are They Now?" (airing Fri. Feb. 7 at 9:00 p.m. ET on OWN), Fator explains that appearances can be deceiving.
It's official: Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are adapting "Preacher" for Sony and AMC, with "Breaking Bad" alum Sam Catlin serving as showrunner and executive producer.
Ashton Kutcher tells Charlie Sheen: "Dude, shut the f*ck up" -- Sheen is "so sorry"
"Seriously," Kutcher said on Jimmy Kimmel, "like. Enough already. Like it's like three years later and you're still blowing me up on Twitter. Like come on dude, really?" Sheen responded this morning on Twitter, saying "message received."
"Criminal Minds" has its biggest audience with Episode 200 in nearly 2 years
The CBS drama had its best viewership since May 2012.
Watch Howard Stern argue with Jerry Seinfeld on "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee"
Seinfeld told Stern earlier this week he had the video edited to emphasize their arguments.
AMC puts zombies beneath NYC streets to scare New Yorkers
Watch the latest "Walking Dead" promotion.
"Sons of Anarchy" is credited with saving the motorcycle industry
"We basically saved Harley," says Mark Boone Jr.
Matt Damon won't get to sit on Jimmy Kimmel's couch tonight
The entire cast of "Monuments Men" will take over Kimmel's couch, but there won't be any room for Damon.
Funny or Die has a dark take on Jay Leno's final day
What if Leno tried to take his life after his final "Tonight Show"?
"Happy Endings" alum Zachary Knghton joining "Parenthood," gets a Fox pilot
He's expected to romance Erika Christensen, while also starring on Fox's "Weird Loners."
"The Americans" nabbed by Amazon
Amazon has secured video on demand rights to the FX series.
ABC is promising something shocking will happen when Rosie O'Donnell returns to "The View" on Friday
Rosie already filmed her appearance on Tuesday.
"SNL" newbie Brooks Wheelan filmed every day of 2013
Watch a video of Wheelan in the months before he got the big job as featured player. PLUS: Why isn't Wheelan being used more?