2012 YEAR IN REVIEW
The standout news & pop obsessions gleaned from your search habits
Shows That Signed Off in 2012
The curtains have closed on dozens of shows this year, from long-running hits like "House" and "Desperate Housewives" to short-lived flops such as "Work It" and "Bent."
- 'Saturday Night Live' Season Finale: Bill Hader and Fred Armisen Bye-Byes Upstage Ben Affleck
The final show for a "Saturday Night Live" cast member tends to be more emotional than outright funny.
- Denise Richards on Caring for Charlie Sheen, Brooke Mueller's Kids: "I Want to Be There for Them"
Plus, the Twisted actress says "there are a lot of feelings and emotions" between her and ex-husband Charlie Sheen
- Zach Galifianakis Quits Drinking After Two Men Spit in His Face
The Hangover III star tells Conan O'Brien about the drunken altercation that scared him sober
- Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson Break Up - For Now
A source close to Pattinson tells Us Weekly that the Twilight costars are currently on a break -- but a reconciliation is in the cards
- Demi Lovato Recalls Joe Jonas Breakup: "I Was Really Mad at Him"
"We may not be as a close as we used to be, but that's OK," Demi Lovato says of her friendship with Joe Jonas following their 2010 split
- Ben Affleck Hosts Saturday Night Live: What Were the Best and Worst Sketches?
Fans hoping that Saturday Night Live might close out its lackluster 38th season on a strong note probably abandoned that sense of optimism after the evening’s first three sketches (not counting the opening monologue or that amusing, pre-taped Xanax: Gay […]
- Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, Taylor Swift Sitting Together at Billboard Awards
A source tells Us Weekly it's "no accident" that on-and-off couple Bieber and Gomez will sit next to each other alongside Gomez's BFF Swift in the front row at the MGM Garden Arena
- Old rules don't mean much to broadcasters
NEW YORK (AP) — The most striking thing about the broadcast TV networks announcing their new fall schedules this past week was how little that actually meant.