Sacramento's response to "gate-crashers": Solons are mulling a law that would leave little doubt that it's a crime.
TV Critics Assn. members didn't have to travel far for CBS, NBC and ABC's summer press tour shindigs.
Using "Jersey Shore" as the basis for scholarly analysis is a risky undertaking, but here goes, in a treatise we'll call "The Cycle of Un-Reality."
Bravo has confirmed what we suspected all along: That so-called White House party crashers Michaele and Tareq Salahi would be featured participants in "The Real Housewives of D.C."
Frances Berwick continues to climb up the ranks at Bravo, and has now been named president of the cabler.
There's a grim irony to the fact that, even as the last of the great soap operas ("As the World Turns") announced plans last week to fade to black in September, TMZ is mobilizing for expansion.
The stars and CEOs from Hollywood and Broadway who were eager to descend on the Obama White House for the annual Kennedy Center Honors this past weekend found the place a lot frostier and less…
With a White House review, a Secret Service investigation and now a congressional hearing exploring how the "party crashers" got in to the state dinner last week, where does that leave Bravo?