Ebenezer Scrooge wouldn't have needed those three ghostly visitors, had the Robertson clan from Duck Dynasty been around to show him the true meaning of Christmas! The zany family of Louisiana duck call moguls visited The View last week, where they performed "Duck The Halls", the title track from their new holiday CD.
How cute are those Robertson grandchildren? Watch the adorable clip after the jump! READ MORE
Almost 20 years after he first set the standard for sexual chocolate in daytime as Malcolm Winters on The Young and the Restless, Shemar Moore is still being asked to lift up his shirt by horny fans. Watch the Criminal Minds star drive Anderson's audience crazy—and piss off his publicist—after the jump!
I can't believe it will be 20 years this May since we had to say goodbye to our best girlfriends, emotional hayseed-turned-novelist Valene Ewing (Joan Van Ark); cul-de-sac Pollyanna Karen Fairgate MacKenzie (Michele Lee) and Karen's unstoppable, insatiable sister-in-law Abby Fairgate Cunningham Ewing Summer (Donna Mills) on Knots Landing.
Next Friday, Jan. 18 fans will be reunited with three of the stars from the long-running, smash CBS soap when The Talk hosts a Knots Landing Reunion Show! I have chills.
Julie Chen and Co. have to ask Mills about "The Abby Scale", the infamous measurement of bitch-goddessness that Abby deemed upstart rival Paige Mathison (Nicollette Sheridan) a mere six on! They also MUST dish on Knots' most iconic storyline, when Valene's newborn twins were stolen from her, courtesy of one of Abby's henchmen! Primetime suds fans, set your DVR NOW. Watch a clip from Karen's Pollyanna speech after the jump!
The View co-hosts are fighting mad over Instagram's attempt to change their policy to allow the picture sharing application to sell users' personal photos. While the social networking company has since dropped their plans—due to fierce backlash—it's still fun to watch Whoopi Goldberg and Co. get all fired up on this past Wednesday's show over the thought of someone profiting over their snapshots. Watch the ruckus after the jump!
British talk show host Jeremy Kyle apparently wasn't too popular this side of the pond. According to Broadcasting & Cable, Kyle's self-titled, syndicated talker won't be returning for a third season in the U.S. From the B&S article:
"We can confirm the U.S. version of The Jeremy Kyle Show won't be returning for a third season," said Debmar-Mercury copresidents Mort Marcus and Ira Bernstein in a joint statement. "This is in no way a reflection of the quality of the show. Backed by a first-rate production team, Jeremy was amazing and showed all of us why he is such a rock star in the U.K. Simply put, Jeremy is one of the best hosts we have ever seen, and we expect to see more of him on U.S. television in the years ahead. Unfortunately, talk shows like this simply take time to build and, while we were seeing ratings progress in many markets, it wasn't enough to justify going forward with another season."