Danica McKellar ("The Wonder Years," "Dancing with the Stars") wed attorney Scott Sveslosky in a beachfront ceremony. McKellar told People that the event was "absolutely magical." "We were married at 6:30 a.m. in a sunrise ceremony. The forecast predicted rain, but there was not a drop of water in the clear sky. The sun came peaking up over the mountains just as I was walking down the aisle."
Kelsey Grammer's daughter Greer Grammer has been named the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's 2015 Miss Golden Globe. The 22-year-old actress has starred in the role of Lissa on MTV's "Award" since 2011 and recently hit the big screen in "Life Partners." "I screamed and I jumped up and down. I was just so happy when the Hollywood Foreign Press Association reached out to me this year."
"Glee" has moved to Friday night for its final season. FOX will air 13 episodes of the program, which will air on Fridays at 9 PM EST. Season six of "Glee" centers on Rachel (Lea Michele), who returns to Lima to find that Sue (Jane Lynch) has banished the arts at McKinley High. "You have to have obstacles to have a happy ending," co-creator Ryan Murphy hinted.
AMC has released a teaser trailer for its "Breaking Bad" spin off "Better Call Saul" and announced its premiere date, which is February 8 at 10 PM EST. The second episode airs just one day later. "This February, during AMC's first ever two-night series premiere event, we're going to introduce Jimmy McGill to the world.
Jon Stewart ("The Daily Show") made an appearance on "The Colbert Report," where he was interviewed by his former employee Stephen Colbert about his new film "Rosewater." "It's a beautiful film and that offends me. Why is it that you can do your show," Colbert said, while in character as a reactionary conservative, "and you do it well, and now you're doing something else well."
Hugh Laurie ("House") will guest star on the HBO political comedy "Veep." The show, now in its fourth season, recently saw the title character Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) take over for the president, who resigned to take care of his wife. So far, there's been no word on Laurie's role. Previous guest stars have been Jessica St. Clair, Kate Burton, Christopher Meloni and Kathy Najimy.
Kourtney Kardashian has announced that she will have her third baby next month. She's featured on the cover of the December/January edition of Fit Pregnancy, in which she says that she's not concerned that her OB/GYN might be gone for the holidays when the kid pops out. "No. I'm going to keep him handcuffed to me!" she joked.
TV Land has pulled its "Cosby Show" re-runs after rape allegations have re-surfaced. The network had planned marathons of the program over the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. TV Land issued no comment. In addition, NBC has scrapped a show in production with Cosby, while Netflix announced that it would not stream a planned stand-up special "Bill Cosby 77."
Stuart Townsend, best known for his roles in "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen," "Queen of the Damned" and "Betrayal," has landed a multi-episode role on "Elementary." According to EW.com, Townsend will appear as Joan's new boss Del. Del takes over when Watson departs for a new position as an investigator for an insurance firm.
Idris Elba, who starred in the BBC crime drama "Luther," is executive producing the American adaptation for FOX. He is not, however, expected to appear in this version. "I am desperately trying to make that happen," he told Radio Times. "I think we're gonna probably do one more incarnation on TV. But not a season - a one-off. There's a story idea but no script yet."
Tom Hardy will star in the historical drama, "Taboo," set to air on FX in 2016. The program, set in the early 19th century, follows the adventures of James Keziah Delaney. It was written by Hardy and his dad. According to Deadline, Delaney is "a rogue adventurer who returns from Africa with 14 ill-gotten diamonds to seek vengeance after the death of his father."
Supermodel and reality star Janice Dickinson is the most recent person to level rape allegations against comedian Bill Cosby. In a tell-all interview with Entertainment Tonight, Dickinson says Cosby drugged her with a pill during a meeting about a possible role on "The Cosby Show." "The next morning I woke up, and I wasn't wearing my pajamas . . ."
Katherine Heigl ("State of Affairs") says that she's regretful that "Grey's Anatomy" creator Shonda Rhimes has a bad impression of her. She told Extra that she'd change it if she could. "It sucks," Heigl said regarding Rhimes' comment that her show "Scandal" is running smoothly because "there are no Heigls" among the cast members. "I am sorry that she feels that way . . ."
FOX has renewed "So You Think You Can Dance" for a 12th season and added a side of revamping. Next summer, the show will feature a "stage vs. street" routine in which street savvy dancers face off against stage trained dancers. The network described how the competition would work, saying, "Throughout the auditions, the dancers who advance will be placed into two teams . . ."
FX has announced that Kevin Ryder of the "Kevin and Bean Show" will take over as the new host for their upcoming "Anarchy Afterword" post show for their hit series "Sons of Anarchy." Ryder will sit down with cast members following the show's November 18 episode. Ryder will interview several SOA regulars via satellite including Jimmy Smits, Drea de Matteo and Theo Rossi.