Lynette Rice

Editor at Large for Entertainment Weekly, host of Outlander Live! on EW Radio, and Mark Harmon enthusiast. Yes, I know the guacamole is extra.

Former Melrose Place actress Amy Locane speaks exclusively to EW about returning to prison and how she fears her two daughters will forget her
"It's difficult to hear that the working environment I ran was not the working environment my colleagues deserved, and for that, I am deeply sorry," he said in a statement
Lea Michele (Rachel) will be the featured guest on the premiere episode
The live production is expected to feature music from the stage adaptation that was originally composed by Mel Brooks
Sam Heughan was one of the celebrity guests of the annual Wizard World events in New Orleans
"I love when fans remember stuff I don’t!!!" Ellen Pompeo tweeted
In the movie, Nicole Kidman plays Gretchen Carlson
A look back at the 2011 Emmys and how a clever idea by Amy Poehler made all the women feel like winners
Caitriona Balfe revealed to PEOPLE at the 2018 Golden Globe Awards that Tony McGill had popped the question after two years of dating
Julianna Margulies admitted that she finds it “crass” to talk about money but felt compelled to open up about an offer she received to do a three-episode arc opposite Christine Baranski
Kennan Thompson has been on Saturday Night Live since 2003, making him the show’s longest-running cast member
Director Dan Reed talked with EW about the way he approached the project and whether it could dramatically change the public’s perception of the late pop star
ABC’s hope is to build a strong morning and afternoon block of programming
The former secretary of state actually inspired the Téa Leoni drama
“It is with profound sadness that I am announcing the passing of my dear friend and colleague Craig Zadan, who died of complications following shoulder replacement surgery,” NBC Entertainment Chairman Robert Greenblatt said in a statement
NCIS: New Orleans, which stars Scott Bakula, is one of the 10 most popular shows on CBS
“It’s not goodbye for good. It’s goodbye for now.”
On Tuesday’s episode of Roseanne, a Muslim family living next door to the Conners elicits such fear in Roseanne that she starts to believe they’re about to build a bomb out of fertilizer piled near their garage
“They heard all your voices people!! LMS just might be a reality," Tim Allen tweeted Thursday
Paul Junger Witt, a prolific producer whose credits include The Partridge Family, The Golden Girls, Brian’s Song, and Dead Poet’s Society, died from cancer Friday in Los Angeles
In 1987, Principal turned down a contract that would have made her the highest-paid actress on TV
Female heavyweights in the music industry fired off a letter to the Recording Academy, saying it was “woefully out of touch with today’s music, the music business, and even more significantly, society”
CBS announced today that it has given a 13-episode, series production commitment to a revival of Murphy Brown, the network’s classic comedy