Emmy Award-winning entertainment journalist, Nancy O’Dell, stopped by KCAL9 Monday to tell viewers about her new book “Little Ashby: Star Reporter-Santa’s Big Premiere”.
CBS2, KCAL9 and the local CBS radio stations joined with the Red Cross in hosting a telethon Wednesday at the CBS Broadcast Center in Studio City.
Kelly Osbourne was rushed to the hospital Thursday after she suffered a seizure while filming E!’s “Fashion Police,” according to “Entertainment Tonight.”
KCET icon Huell Howser has died at the age of 67, according to his assistant, Ryan Morris.
Journalist Rob Marciano will co-anchor CBS’ Entertainment Tonight with Nancy O’Dell starting January 2013, Executive Producer Linda Bell Blue announced Monday.
New details have emerged in the death of Sage Stallone suggesting use of pain killers following dental work may have led to an accidental overdose.
After spending most of his career in front of the camera, “Entertainment Tonight” co-anchor Mark Steines is pursuing his passion from behind the lens.
A kinder, gentler Charlie Sheen is emerging after his bitter split from CBS.
Elizabeth Taylor’s family mourned the screen legend in a brief private funeral service Thursday at a Southern California cemetery famous for being the final resting place of Hollywood celebrities, including her good friend Michael Jackson.
The owners of the Venice jewelry store from which Lindsay Lohan is accused of stealing a necklace announced Wednesday they plan to auction off the piece and donate the proceeds to charity.
Lindsay Lohan is shown in surveillance video broadcast Monday texting and trying on multiple pieces of jewelry in front of a clerk in a Southern California store that has accused her of stealing a $2,500 necklace.
A trip to Hollywood for appearances on “Dr. Phil” and “Entertainment Tonight” got off to a rough start for an Ohio homeless man whose golden voice has made him an Internet sensation.
The golden-voiced homeless man-turned-Internet sensation was briefly detained by Los Angeles police officers, according to reports.
The Hollywood producer who created “Entertainment Tonight,” “Star Search,” “Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous,” “Solid Gold,” and numerous other TV shows has died in Honolulu. Alfred “Al” Masini was 80.