• FOX canceled the show "Almost Family" hours after its star, Timothy Hutton, was accused of raping a 14-year-old girl back in his 20s.
  • Former CNN anchor Bobbie Battista has died at the age of 67. She passed away on Tuesday morning after a four year battle with cervical cancer.
  • Woody Allen's autobiography, the 400 page "Apropos of Nothing" will be released on April 7.
  • Tim Allen says he would be up for a "Home Improvement" reboot.
  • Matthew Stafford and his wife are expecting their 4th child together.
  • There's now a "Friends" version of Monopoly.
  • Public Enemy has fired Flavor Flav after that flap where he used the group's likeness in Flavor's support of Bernie Sanders.
  • Days after an interview in which he criticized his "Saturday Night Live" co-stars, Pete Davidson was noticeably absent at the show's after-party over the weekend.
  • They say that Drew Brees turned down a 2-year, $60 million deal with the Arizona Cardinals.
  • "Judge Judy" Sheindlin is said to have been secretly feuding with the top brass at CBS for months, and the rumor is those ongoing disagreements led her to call it quits with the network after 25 years.
  • Paula Abdul is in mourning after she had two of her dogs die in the same week.
  • Lady Gaga is going to release her sixth album, "Chromatica," on April 10.
  • The Recording Academy, best known for its Grammy Awards, announced Monday that it has fired its former president and chief executive officer, Deborah Dugan. She had been on paid administrative leave since January.
  • A new study says if you don't have a regular sleep schedule, you're hurting yourself.
  • A British comedian has legally changed his name to Hugo Boss to protest behavior by the German fashion company.
  • On the bold prediction front, some are saying that once the Democrats have chosen their nominee, President Trump will shock them by replacing Mike Pence with Nikki Haley.


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