Happy Birthday, Betty White: Your TV Land sitcom, “Hot in Cleveland,” has been renewed for a fourth season.
The most charming moments of the 2012 People’s Choice Awards both involved the soon-to-be-90 Betty White: first, when presenter Don Cheadle ran off the stage to hug White, and later when the audience gave her a standing ovation when she and her “Hot in Cleveland” castmates won the award for Favorite Cable TV Comedy. The […]
The Golden Globes have Nicole Kidman, the SAG Awards booked Natalie Portman, and the Critics’ Choice Movie Awards one-upped them all by announcing that Bob Dylan will perform as part of a special tribute to Martin Scorsese.
More celebrities have been added to the already impressive roster of guests honoring Betty White’s upcoming 90th birthday.
With NBC poised to honor Betty White on her 90th birthday next month, we went in search of TV’s oldest living stars.
The all-star line-up for NBC’s televised birthday bash for Betty White will include a mini-reunion of the “Mary Tyler Moore Show.”
Ready for some hot, steamy, Betty White-on-Betty White action? You’ll have to wait a long, cold month for it, but it’s coming. “Hot in Cleveland” star White will be all over NBC on Jan. 16, with a 90-minute televised celebration, “Betty White’s 90th Birthday: A Tribute to America’s Golden Girl,” followed by a preview of […]
By Kimberly Potts Ohhh, Rob! Multiple Emmy winner, and Oscar nominee, Mary Tyler Moore is the recipient of the Screen Actors Guild’s Life Achievement Award, and her former TV husband, “The Dick Van Dyke Show” star Dick Van Dyke, will present her with the award during the SAG Awards telecast on Jan. 29. The “Mary […]
“Hot in Cleveland” has been heaven for TV nostalgia fans since it debuted in 2010, bringing in guest stars that bring back many memories of fans’ favorite sitcoms of the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s. The latest addition to the guest roster, Ed Asner, gives viewers something more to look forward to: the second reunion between […]
By Kimberly Potts The eclectic lineup of new members who will be inducted in the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Hall of Fame next year includes a network executive, a pair of producers who created a seminal reality series and three beloved sitcom stars. Former ABC and Disney exec Michael Eisner, “Real World” creators […]