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'The Crazy Ones' Get A Visit From Some Angels
The hilarious CBS sitcom The Crazy Ones, from legendary television show creator David E. Kelly, centers on the mad world of advertising and marketing, and the hi jinks that go on behind the scenes at the ad film Lewis, Roberts...MORE
Should Kelly Clarkson Become A TV Star?
Last night marked Robin Williams and Sarah Michelle Gellar''s TV returns (his first series regular gig in more than 30 years, she last starred in 2012''s Ringer) but judging from social media reactions, you''d think Kelly Clarkson was... MORE
Preview: Williams' & Fox's Anticipated TV Returns
As we gear up for another exciting season of television, fans are eager to witness the TV returns of two big-name stars: Robin Williams and Michael...MORE
Robin Williams Returns to TV With 'The Crazy Ones'
Comedy legend Robin Williams is returning to television after over three decades away, and ET got the chance to visit the set of his new show The... MORE
Are Hayes' & Gellar's TV Returns Risky?
Fans are eagerly awaiting the series return of some big stars, from Buffy the Vampire Slayer''s Sarah Michelle Gellar to Will & Grace''s Sean Hayes, but how risky is it for the...MORE
When Good Girls Go Bad on Film
Though Selena Gomez has fans and critics alike up in arms over shedding her squeaky-clean Disney image to play a bank-robbing Spring Breaker in the much-hyped Spring Breakers, out March 22, she's hardly the first good girl to go bad on film. From Anne Hathaway going topless in Havoc and Brokeback Mountain to Elizabeth Berkley's unforgettable Showgirls, let's take a look back at her scandalous predecessors! MORE
TV's 10 Most Divisive Love Triangles
The Love Triangle is as old as storytelling itself. As is choosing one pairing to aggressively root for. But with the advent of the internet, and then Twitter, fans now have the real time ability to debate the merits of their chosen couple as the story unfolds. RELATED - 10 Best Dressed TV Characters This has also led to, what's lovingly been dubbed, Shipper Wars. In short, a "shipper" is someone who aggressively supports one half of a love triangle; sometimes going as far as to send mean Tweets to the opposing side, the show's writers and, in the most extreme cases, the actors themselves. But more often than not, these Wars are simply good-natured debates between fans of triangles both old and new. So, check out the 10 TV couples who have incited the most fan furor!MORE