Ice Dancing Olympians Talk 'Downton' & 'DWTS'
After winning gold medals for their dazzling ice-dancing routine at the Sochi Winter Games, Olympians Meryl Davis and Charlie White are now opening up about their connection to Dancing with the Stars and a possible future invitation to...MORE
'American Hustle,' 'Breaking Bad' Rule SAG Honors
The ensemble casts of American Hustle and Breaking Bad nabbed the top prizes at the 20th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards Saturday night at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. In the ceremony honoring the year''s... MORE
ET's 'Sweetwater' Giveaway!
Sweetwater starring January Jones, Jason Isaacs, Ed Harris and Jason Aldean is on Blu-ray and DVD, and in celebration we''re giving away a Blu-ray player and copies of the movie on Blu-ray! Read on for your chance...MORE
ET's Downton Abbey Giveaway!
The holiday goodness continues: ET is giving away a Downton Abbey Gift Pack! Read on for your chance... MORE
Saddest TV Deaths
When done right, a TV show not only earns your loyalty but your emotional investment; making the character's triumphs, your triumphs, their failures, your failures and their pain, your pain. Nowhere is that more evident than in the tears that rain down when a character falls. RELATED - 12 Best TV Shows And while death is as commonplace on television as opening credits, every now and then, the way a character is dispatched brings you past the point of a single shed tear and into full on ugly crying. Typically this tragedy is the result of two important factors: it's a character you care deeply for and their death brings out the rawest in their on-screen survivors. So while some TV deaths are cool (ie, Gus Fring), others are downright cruel, and these are the seven most painful in recent memory.MORE