Don Diamont (Bill Spencer, "The Bold and the Beautiful") shares personal stories from his memoir, "My Seven Sons and How We Raised Each Other," on "The Talk."
Eileen Davidson (Ashley Abbott, "The Young and the Restless") appeared on the Monday, June 4 episode of "Steve." Watch what she had to say about the soap and her reality show.
This week, CBS' "The Price is Right" welcomes back "The Young and the Restless'" Melissa Ordway (Abby Newman) and Mishael Morgan (Hilary Curtis).
"The Talk's" Sara Gilbert addresses for the first time on television the controversy surrounding the abrupt cancellation of sitcom "Roseanne" following series star Roseanne Barr's racially charged tweets.
ABC is slated to meet with producers of "Roseanne" this week to discuss possible ways in which the show could continue without series star Roseanne Barr.
"The Young and the Restless" actress Eileen Davidson (Ashley Abbott) will be appearing on an all-new edition of "Steve," hosted by Steve Harvey on Monday, June 4.
On Saturday, June 2, Hallmark Channel premieres "Marrying Mr. Darcy," the sequel to the 2016 hit movie "Unleashing Mr. Darcy." The movie stars Cindy Busby (“Royal Hearts,” “Date My Dad”) and Ryan Paevey (“General Hospital”).
Would ABC resurrect "Roseanne" without its star? Published reports say the network is in active discussions about a second reboot of the hit series with Sara Gilber ("The Talk") leading the cast.
On today's, June 1 edition of "Home & Family," host Debbie Matenopoulos addressed the departure of now former co-host Mark Steines from the Hallmark Channel talk show.
Mark Steines is out as co-host of Hallmark Channel's "Home & Family." He had been a part of the show since it launched in 2012.
PBS has tapped John Stamos of "General Hospital" and "Full House" fame to once again host "A Capitol Fourth," its annual broadcast of America's Independence Day Celebration.
CBS has announced the first round of presenters for "The 72nd Annual Tony Awards," airing live on CBS on Sunday, June 10. The awards show will be hosted for the first time by nominees Sara Bareilles and Josh Groban.
ABC and Warner Bros. Television are in active negotiations for a possible spinoff of "The Middle," which wrapped its nine-season run last week. The new series would star Eden Sher reprising her role of Sue Heck as she deals with what the future holds after the original show's finale.