Are these teens in love 'Too Young to Marry'? I think the answer is probably "yes, duh," but for a more involved and thoughtful examination, you can watch Oxygen’s new mini-series, "Too Young To Marry," (Sept. 11 at 10:00 p.m.). Think "Teen Mom" without the babies. So, all the crazy and only some of the guilt, I guess.
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Kevin Spacey: Bill Clinton told me he binged on "House of Cards" in 3 days
"I love that show. It's so good," the actor quotes the former president as saying, in an interview with Charlie Rose.
Judge rules that "Snooki & JWoww" can film in a small New Jersey town
A neighbor tried to file an injunction against the MTV reality show.
Did Diddy decline "Idol" judge job due to ex J.Lo?
Sean "Diddy" Combs was up for the 3rd judge's spot until Jennifer Lopez was set to return, something which Diddy's rep denies.
Google may be interested in NFL's Sunday Ticket
Could NFL’s Sunday Ticket package end up on YouTube?
Ricky Gervais hopes to bring "The Office's" David Brent to the big screen
Brent tells The Hollywood Reporter he hopes his "Learn Guitar with David Brent" series becomes a film about Brent trying to make it in the movie industry. He also talks about his regular double dates with Jerry Seinfeld.
Eliza Coupe goes from "Happy Endings" to "The Millers"
She's joining the CBS comedy as Will Arnett's ex-wife.
David Cassidy arrested for drunk driving
"The Partridge Family" star was taken into custody early this morning in upstate New York.
Fox buys a comedy described as a male "Laverne & Shirley"
The two lead characters of "Paroled" will also be on parole.
Israel's "Real Housewives" adds the franchise's first-ever male cast member
Openly gay hairstylist Philip Vazana has become the franchise's first househusband.
Oxygen orders a nail-design reality competition show
"Nailed It!" will pit the nation's "fiercest" nail designers against each other for the prize of ultimate nail artist.
"Bar Rescue" star will tackle struggling restaurants
Spike TV's "Hungry Investors" will feature Jon Taffer as he works with experts to help restaurants down on their luck.
Robert Osborne, 81, is happy with his new reduced TCM schedule
"I think I feel better than I have in a long time," he says of his reduced schedule, which means less time in airports flying between New York City and Turner Classic Movies headquarters in Atlanta.
Neil Patrick Harris channels Buster Keaton
Watch his new video for Funny or Die.
Sarah Palin praises Ashton Kutcher for "speaking truth to power" in Teen Choice Awards speech
Kutcher's speech in which he describes the hard work that created his opportunity for success has received a lot of attention from conservatives.
DisneyXD renews "Kickin' It"
The channel's highest-rated series will be back for Season 4.
It may be taking the stealth approach in this year's awards season, but Kris has already flagged up "The Book Thief" as one to keep an eye on as the Oscar race takes shape. Fox 2000 quietly scheduled the prestige drama for a November 15 release -- prime real estate in the awards game, as we all know -- and the film ticks any number of baity boxes: based on a 2006 international bestseller by Markus Zusak, the film centers on Liesel, a nine-year-old girl in Nazi Germany, studying her relationship both with her foster parents and the Jewish fist-fighter her family shelters in their household.
Sylvester Stallone in talks for a "Rambo" TV series
Stallone is in negotiations to participate on a "creative level," but there's also the possibility he could reprise his iconic role.
"Dr. Phil" responds to the deleted tweet about sleeping with a drunk girl
"This Tweet was intended to evoke discussion leading into a very serious show topic," said a show spokesperson. "It was not intended to be taken lightly."
"Rizzoli & Isles" pays a brief tribute to Lee Thompson Young
"In Loving Memory" ran at the end of last night's episode.
E! spins off "The Soup" with "The Soup Investigates"
Joel McHale's spinoff debuts Oct. 2, promising to expose "pop culture mysteries, celebrity rumors and shocking questions."
Aziz Ansari and Andy Samberg join the James Franco roast
Samberg will join fellow "SNL" alum Bill Hader on the dais.
"Survivor" bringing back Season's 1 Gervase, Season 2's Tina and Rupert Boneham
They are among numerous twists from the "Blood vs. Water" season.
Lance Bass addresses 'N Sync reunion report
On his Sirius XM, Bass played coy about a reunion.
This week HitFix is revisiting some of the key turning points in recent entertainment history and considering what would have happened if history had turned a bit differently. What if...?
In the late '90s, HBO executives had to decide what original drama series would be selected to follow the prison series "Oz." According to HBO executive Carolyn Strauss, the choice came down to two ideas: David Chase's New Jersey mob drama "The Sopranos," and a drama about a female business executive from "My So-Called Life" creator Winnie Holzman. HBO picked "The Sopranos," which became an enormous commercial and critical hit, transformed the way we watched and talked about television, and inspired a wave of classic dramas set in a criminal world and/or about middle-aged male anti-heroes.
What if HBO had chosen Winnie Holzman's idea instead of "The Sopranos"?
We're down to the top eight dancers, and wow, what dancers. I can't really say there's anyone I want to go home, and I almost never feel that way at this point in the season. But then, when everyone's this good, it's a shame anyone has to go.
Sorta love that opening number! It's like a continuation of Jasmine's hip hop routine from two weeks ago.
Cat Deeley looks like she just got out of the pool after falling in with a full-face of non-waterproof make-up. She has news! The All-Stars are choreographing the routines. Somewhere, Sonja Tayeh is taking a well-deserved nap.
Dr. Phil quickly deletes tweet asking: "If a girl is drunk, is it OK to have sex with her?"
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Miss Universe pageant is staying put in Russia, despite anti-gay laws
The pageant says it's "deeply concerned" by the new laws but won't change plans to hold the pageant on Nov. 9 in Moscow.
Elmore Leonard was "amazed" by "Justified"
Leonard, who had an executive producer credit on the FX series, said last year at a "Justified" panel: "I think it's a terrific show. I love all of the writing, and I'm amazed sometimes that they've got the characters better than I put them on paper. They are doing a good job, really a good job."
Walker Stalker Con: Atlanta to hold the first "Walking Dead" convention
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"Big Brother" champ Hayden Moss will join his girlfriend on "Survivor"
Moss' girlfriend is "Survivor: One World's" Kat Edorsson.
Convenience store clerk critically injured trying to stop David Hasselhoff sign thieves
More than 500 Hoff-themed signs for Cumberland Farm have been stolen in recent months.
CW buys dramedy project from Rashida Jones and her older sister
The proposed series from Rashida and Kidada Jones revolves around a payback business.
Courtney Stodden is reportedly joining "Celebrity Big Brother" with her "Lost" alum hubby
The teen bride and husband Doug Hutchison are poised to enter the UK reality show on Thursday.
Here are 10 songs that should be retired from TV
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Meet the "Breaking Bad" DEA agent with the incredible mustache
Robert Sanchez has been in a number of DEA-themed scenes over the years, and got his job thanks to Dean Norris.
Details of Gia Allemand's suicide released
According to official documents, "The Bachelor" star's boyfriend, NBA player Ryan Anderson told her, "I don't love you anymore," in the hours before she killed herself.
"Breaking Bad's" Albuquerque studio lands 2 network shows
NBC's "The Night Shift" and ABC's "Killer Women" will be filmed at ABQ Studios. The decision to shoot in Albuquerque is another blow to Hollywood.
Former U.S. Rep. Barney Frank: "House of Cards" demeans the democratic process
Frank calls the Netflix series unfair, inaccurate and unfortunate.
"Drunk History" costume designer says her job is "fast and furious"
"Every day we shot a different mini movie in a different time period," says Christina Mongini, who also works on "The League" and "Curb Your Enthusiasm."
"Orphan Black's" Dylan Bruce joins Lifetime's "Flowers in the Attic"
He'll play Heather Graham's husband.
Watch Yahoo! new show trailers from Ed Helms, Jack Black, Cheryl Hines
Yahoo! is premiering five new shows on Sept. 9.
How "Orange is the New Black" became one of the year's best shows
Creator Jenji Kohan turned a fish-out-of-water tale on its head. PLUS: See the "Orange" cast as paper dolls.
"Duck Dynasty" star speaks out against abortion
Phil Robertson has previously said the A&E reality show plays down his and his family's religious views.
Louis CK plays Letterman an answering message from Andrew Dice Clay
"Shahs of Sunset" star hit with a restraining order from ex-boyfriend
GG allegedly threatened her ex with her cache of deadly knives.
"True Blood's" Rutina Wesley files for divorce
Wesley has been married her Julliard classmate since 2005.
Cole Hauser joins "Rogue"
He'll co-star with Thandie Newton in Season 2 of the DirecTV series.
PBS begins an examination of "The Life of Muhammad"
The multi-part documentary could also be called "Islam 101."
The Toronto International Film Festival lineup, staggered as it is over multiple announcements, never quite seems to be complete: just when you think they can't possibly add any more films to the gargantuan programme, a fresh batch is added. Today's additions, however, appear to be the last ones, and here's the final tally: this year, 288 features and 78 shorts will play in the 11-day festival. A whopping 146 of those features are world premieres. I've never been to Toronto, and am not going this year, but the very thought makes me want to lie down with a cool flannel over my head.
As MTV’s 2013 Video Music Awards approach, we’ll countdown to the Aug. 25 ceremony, which airs live at 9 p.m. ET from Brooklyn’s Barclays Center.
Justin Timberlake and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis lead the nominations with six each, closely followed by Bruno Mars, Pink, Robin Thicke, Miley Cyrus and Thirty Seconds To Mars.
Among the artists performing on the show are Lady Gaga, who will open the awards; Timberlake, Mars, and Cyrus.
We’ll look at a different category each day leading up to Aug. 25.
Best Female Video
Rihanna feat. Mikky Ekko, "Stay"
Taylor Swift, "I Knew You Were Trouble"
Miley Cyrus, "We Can't Stop"
Pink feat. Nate Ruess, "Just Give Me A Reason"
Demi Lovato, "Heart Attack"
We can pretend for a hot minute that anything other than Miley Cyrus’s “We Can’t Stop” will win here, but her wacky video is a shoo-in. Remember, it’s a fan voted away and the clip has already garnered close to 150 million page views on Vevo in two months. But for the sake of argument: Rihanna lets her vulnerability, and a lot more, show in her clip for “Stay.” She spends most of it sitting naked in a tub, until Mikky Ekko comes into the same bathroom with Rihanna no longer there. It’s beautifully shot, but there’s not a lot more to it than that. Not that there needs to be. Pretty much the same thing with Pink’s video for “Just Give Me A Reason”: nice and emotional (this time on a floating bed instead of in a bath) but not strong enough to topple Cyrus. Like Rihanna, Demi Lovato shows herself with very little make-up, which signifies vulnerability, in “Heart Attack,” which is a glorified performance clip with some very cool effects. On “I Knew You Were Trouble,” Taylor Swift wakes up lying on the cold ground from a most un-Swift-like rave. It’s a bit of a change of pace for Swift who takes off with the bad boy after a long voice over and dabbles in dubstep. Not her best, though admittedly intriguing.
Who Should Win: Miley Cyrus, “We Can’t Stop”
Who Will Win: Miley Cyrus: We Can’t Stop”
Heads up, Britney Spears fans. Something Britney this way comes on Sept. 17.
Spears posted a countdown clock on her website today with the words “Britney Spears” and “All Eyes On Me” with the clock counting down the days, hours, minutes and seconds to some big event.
Is it a new single? A new album? Her long-awaited Las Vegas residency a Planet Hollywood?
We know that Spears has been working on a new album. She’s talked about it plenty without really saying anything in that Spears-ian way of hers.
She’s collaborating with William Orbit, Naughty Boy, and will.i.am, who is the executive producer for her eighth studio set.
Spears told Ryan Seacrest in June, “Will has a lot of really interesting different tracks that I've listened to that are really cool that I haven't actually written on yet, but there's a lot of guitar and I think people will be surprised with this album. It's gong to be really different."
Given that Spears says she and will.i.am were in the “beginning stages” in June, it seems unlikely that Sept. 17 will signal an album release. Maybe it’s more news about a potential album release. We will add, however, that albums drop on Tuesdays and Sept. 17 is a Tuesday.
As far as “All Eyes On Me,” an eagle-eyed commenter on Billboard.com, noted that the phrase appears in the words to Spears’ song, “Circus.” I’m not really sure there’s anything to be made from that, but there you go.
What do you think will happen on Sept. 17?
"Justified's" Elmore Leonard tributes are already in the works
Creator Graham Yost says "we knew" the author's death was coming since his stroke. "It was pretty clear that it wasn't looking good," he says. So tributes for the Season 4 DVD and for the Season 5 premiere are already under way. PLUS: David Simon pays tribute.
Report: Kanye West turned down "Idol" judging gig
"He didn't want to go that mainstream," a source tells Us Weekly. "He didn't want to lose any street cred. So he turned it down."
NBC renews "Hollywood Game Night"
Jane Lynch's game show will be back next summer, or sooner.
"Girl Meets World" casts Riley's first crush, Cory and Topanga's youngest child
Peyton Meyer will play the crush, while August Maturo will play the youngest child.
TBS renews 3: "Sullivan & Son," "Men At Work," "Deal With It"
The two comedies and Howie Mandel's hidden-camera show will all be back in 2014.