LOS ANGELES - One "Wheel of Fortune" contestant will almost certainly be haunted by the ghost of Tennessee Williams after a blunder on Tuesday night's show that has since gone viral. With all but one letter of "Streetcar Named Desire" spelled out -- save the "M" -- Kevin shouted out with gusto, "K!" A deafening silence followed as his fellow contestants reckoned with the idea that he thought the puzzle was intended to spell out "Streetcar Naked Desire." Related Alex Trebek Raps Drake, Kanye West Hits on 'Jeopardy'
LOS ANGELES - After months of silence on the subject, Kim Kardashian West has opened up about being robbed at gunpoint last October in Paris. Kardashian West recounted the traumatizing experience to her sisters Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian during the Sunday, March19, episode of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians."
LOS ANGELES - CBS has officially given a series order for "The Big Bang Theory" spinoff "Young Sheldon," Variety has learned. The half-hour single cam, currently with an unspecified number of episodes ordered, will premiere in the 2017-18 season. Created by Chuck Lorre and Steven Molaro, the series follows "The Big Bang Theory's" Sheldon Cooper at age 9, living with his family in East Texas and going to high school.
LOS ANGELES - Winter is coming this summer, as the season 7 premiere date for HBO's massive hit has finally been revealed. The seventh and penultimate season will premiere on July 16. The announcement was made in an elaborate reveal on a live video on the show's Facebook page watched by over 150,000 fans, as a block of ice was melted by a flaming torch. Fans were encouraged to leave comments with the word "fire" and "dracarys" to speed up the melting; the reveal was also interspersed with short videos of the show's stars like Alfie Allen breathing fire.
LOS ANGELES -- British pop star Ed Sheeran has racked up more than 1 billion views on YouTube for songs and videos from "Divide," just days after he uploaded 14 new audio tracks from the new album to the service.
LOS ANGELES -- Matt Damon will narrate the Boston Marathon documentary "Boston." The film premieres on April 15 in Boston, two days before the annual marathon commences. "Boston" will then receive a one-night theatrical premiere on April 19 through Fathom Events. "Matt is the ideal narrator for this outstanding documentary about the Boston Marathon," said executive producer Frank Marshall, who ran the race in 1980. "We are delighted to have him join the production."
LOS ANGELES - While it's never a guarantee that the press will get any juicy scoops during White House press conferences, Tom Hanks has made sure they get at least one thing: good coffee. In keeping with his tradition of the last two administrations, reporters, photographers and cameramen arrived to their break room surprised by a new espresso machine courtesy of the Oscar-winning actor. "To the White House Press Corps," a note left by Hanks read. "Keep up the good fight for Truth, Justice, and the American Way. Especially for the Truth Part."
LOS ANGELES - The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has apologized to producer Jan Chapman for mistakenly including her picture in Oscars telecast in memoriam segment. Chapman's photo was used instead of Janet Patterson's, an Oscar-nominated costume designer who died in October 2016. The organization behind the annual awards show also apologized to the Patterson family.
LOS ANGELES -- Alan Colmes, a host and commentator who had been mainstay of Fox News since its inception, died Thursday after a brief illness. He was 66. Colmes was the liberal co-host counterpart to conservative Sean Hannity on the long-running "Hannity and Colmes" program that bowed in 1996, the same year Fox News Channel debuted. "I'm truly heartbroken at the loss of a dear friend," Hannity said in a statement. He called Colmes "one of life's most decent, kind and wonderful people you'd ever want to meet."
LOS ANGELES - Beyonce has announced her second pregnancy as only Queen Bey could ... with an epic Instagram photo. "We would like to share our love and happiness," the Grammy winner captioned an Instagram shot . "We have been blessed two times over. We are incredibly grateful that our family will be growing by two, and we thank you for your well wishes."