Beth Howland, Dingy Waitress On '70s-'80s Sitcom 'Alice,' Dead At 74Her husband, actor Charles Kimbrough, told AP that Howland died Dec. 31 of lung cancer in Santa Monica.
Reports: 'Everybody Loves Raymond' Child Actor Takes His Own LifeTexas-born Sawyer Sweeten would have turned 20 next month.
Ben Powers, Actor Who Played Thelma's Husband On 'Good Times,' Dies At 64Powers also acted in several 1980s movies including "Cheech & Chong's Next Movie," ''Things Are Tough All Over" and "The Man Who Loved Women."
'Two And A Half Men' Creator, Stars Look Back On A Decade Of Laughs, ControversyChuck Lorre, the man behind those "snappy lines" is also the creative genius behind other CBS hits like "Mike and Molly," "Mom" and TV's number one comedy, "The Big Bang Theory."
Co-Exec Producer Of 'Parks And Recreation' Found DeadHarris Wittels, who also performed as a stand-up comic and as a drummer in the band Don't Stop or We'll Die, was pronounced dead at the scene
'Gilligan's Island' Professor Russell Johnson Dies At 89Johnson died Thursday morning at his home in Washington State.
CBS Reportedly Orders 'HIMYM' Spinoff With 'How I Met Your Dad'Various trade publications are reporting that CBS has ordered a spinoff of the popular -- and retiring -- "How I Met Your Mother."
Robin Williams Opens Up About Returning To TV, His Career, Battling Addictions After a more than 30 year absence, Oscar-winner Robin Williams is returning to series television.
'Breaking Bad' Star Bryan Cranston To Guest On 'How I Met Your Mother' CBS says "Breaking Bad" star Bryan Cranston is coming back to "How I Met Your Mother."
'Two And A Half Men' Renewed Without The HalfCBS has renewed the popular comedy "Two and a Half Men" with series stars Jon Cryer and Ashton Kutcher both returning.
Cast Of ‘2 Broke Girls’ Enjoy Rich Laughs At PaleyFest The cast of "2 Broke Girls" showed why it's one of TV's top comedies Thursday night at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills as part of PaleyFest.
Bonnie Franklin Remembered As Groundbreaking TV PioneerActress and humanitarian Bonnie Franklin, who died Friday morning at her Los Angeles home from complications due to pancreatic cancer, was hailed Friday as a pioneer in the world of television.