After a high-flying debut season, "This Is Us" returned Tuesday night with its sophomore outing and the promise that the circumstances around a central mystery that fans wanted answers to — how patriarch Jack Pearson died — would become more clear. (And look, we're not good with twists so, yes, you can expect spoilers if you continue reading.)
The premiere was packed with the show's signature emotional moments. But it was the final minutes of the NBC time-jumping family drama that will have fans talking.
Fans of home-renovation shows were heartbroken Tuesday when Chip and Joanna Gaines announced that they'll be leaving their hit HGTV series "Fixer Upper."
"It is with both sadness and expectation that we share the news that Season 5 of 'Fixer Upper' will be our last," the couple wrote on their blog. "While we are confident that this is the right choice for us, it has for sure not been an easy one to come to terms with."
The Gaineses also posted a video on their blog expressing their gratitude to fans for joining them and explaining that they're making the choice to focus on their family and their business in Waco, Texas.
Puncturing the zeppelin-sized dreams of nostalgic rockers hoping for a 2018 reunion with former bandmates Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones, singer Robert Plant on Tuesday announced a solo tour, which will stop at the Orpheum Theatre in downtown Los Angeles on March 2.
The waxing millions might want to get over it already, at least based on the new recording Plant just issued. Called "Bluebirds Over the Mountain," it finds the former Led Zeppelin frontman teaming with the Pretenders' Chrissie Hynde for a mesmerizing five-minute workout.
The song is the most recent teaser from Plant's forthcoming album, "Carry Fire," which is set arrive via Nonesuch Records on Oct. 13. Produced by Plant in western England, his 11th solo album features backing by his band, the Sensational Space Shifters. That same unit will tour with him.
Powerhouse vocalist Idina Menzel married her "Rent" co-star Aaron Lohr over the weekend.
The "Frozen" actress and actor-turned-psychologist, who co-starred in the 2005 adaptation of "Rent," wed at home, she announced on Facebook on Monday by sharing beautiful photos from the big day.
"Dad & son walked me down the aisle. It was magical," Menzel wrote. "Thank you to everyone who helped make my wedding day so special."
Wanted to let you know... married the love of my life Aaron Lohr this weekend at our home. Dad & son walked me down the aisle. It was magical. Thank you to everyone who helped make my wedding day so special.
The Paley Center for Media announced Tuesday plans for Paley Honors in Hollywood: A Gala Celebrating Women in Television.
The star-studded event will showcase television's ability to shape culture and the contributions of women across all genres, including drama, comedy, music, variety, news, talk and sports.
Featuring a special tribute to comedy icon Betty White, the gala will feature presenters and participants including Kristin Chenoweth, Nadia Comaneci, Allison Janney, Debra Messing, Rita Moreno, Wanda Sykes and Lynn Whitfield.