Bill Cosby arrived in court for a preliminary hearing to face drug and sexual assault charges on Tuesday morning. The former TV star was accused of drugging and sexually assaulting former Temple employee Andrea Constand in 2004. He smiled, waved and he tripped slightly as he walked into the courtroom.
Alan Young, who most famously starred opposite a talking horse on the classic sitcom "Mr. Ed," died in Woodland Hills, California. He was 96. Young played architect Wilbur Post on the fondly remembered sitcom, which ran on CBS from 1961-1966. He went on to star in episodes of "The Love Boat," "Murder, She Wrote," "St. Elsewhere," "Coach" and "Party Of Five."
Netflix's revival of "Gilmore Girls" will officially be titled "Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life." "A Year in the Life" will feature four 90-minute installments that take place in winter, spring, summer and fall. While more episodes aren't confirmed for the Netflix revival, star Scott Patterson, who plays Luke, teased the ending leaves room for more.
"Gilmore Girls" star Alexis Bledel has welcomed her first child, a baby boy, with husband Vincent Kartheiser, E! News reports. A rep for the actress confirms that the couple actually welcomed their son last fall but chose to keep the news under wraps until now. Fellow "Gilmore girls" star Scott Patterson actually spilled the beans on Bledel's pregnancy in an interview with Glamour.
Lena Dunham has released a new book, "Is It Evil Not to Be Sure?," a compilation of her college diary entries. "I have always believed that women chronicling their own lives, even (or especially) at their most mundane, is a radical act," Lena said in a statement shared with "Teen Vogue." "That's why I thought the diaries might be worth sharing as a short book."
Khloe Kardashian has opened up about her deep spirituality and shed some light on her very public divorce from Lamar Odom in a new essay, penned for Lena Dunham's Lenny Letter. "I love theology and I enjoy learning about other people's religions," she wrote. "One of my exes was Muslim and observed Ramadan, which is a month of fasting."
Wendell Pierce, most well-known for his role as Bunk on "The Wire," was arrested after allegedly physically assaulting a woman on Saturday. Pierce is a supporter of democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton, while the woman he assaulted is a supporter of Bernie Sanders. Sources tell TMZ that pair were talking politics at Loews Hotel in Atlanta when Pierce "became enraged . . ."