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Hot in Cleveland is going live once again and with Betty White involved…anything can happen. The video above is evidence. The 92-year-old superstar is doing not one, but two live episodes on Wednesday, March 26 on TV Land. White will step in front of the cameras with her Hot In Cleveland costars Valerie Bertinelli, Wendie Malick and Jane Leeves, then head on over to The Soul Man with Cedric the Entertainer and Niecy Nash. But don't worry, White's been doing this for years. From Life with Elizabeth to The Golden Girls, she's one of the most, if not the most, seasoned TV pros out there. News: Betty White and More Top Forbes' 2014 List of Most Trustworthy Celebrities "We shoot in front »
Betty White's still got it after all these years. The “Hot in Cleveland” actress got a standing ovation from the “Conan” crowd on Tuesday night, and repaid them with her still-sharp comedic timing and a few free lessons in flirting. Also read: Conan O'Brien Tapped to Host MTV Movie Awards The age-inappropriate flirtation began with a simple touching of the TBS host's hand, but it went way further than that. When Conan O'Brien expressed his enjoyment of the skin-on-skin contact, the 92-year-old White retorted, ”I'll touch whatever you want sweetie.” See video: Fallon, Conan Make The Same John Travolta »
- Tony Maglio
Stars swapped their movie sets and TV studios for the basketball court Sunday when they came out for the opening game of the E-League, a "secret society" that unites actors and athletes for the love of the game. Among the players who were organized into teams representing major U.S. sporting cities were Fantastic Four's Michael B. Jordan, James Van Der Beek, Dean Cain, Bill Bellamy, Jay Harrington (Hot in Cleveland), and even former NFL star Terrell Owens. Now in its 17th year, the E-League plays at the Equinox Sports Club in West L.A. and mimics the real
- Debbie Emery
Red Widow alum Clifton Collins Jr is returning to ABC with a co-starring role alongside Ryan Phillippe, Juliette Lewis and KaDee Strickland in the network’s drama pilot Secrets & Lies, which has a series penalty. It centers on Ben (Phillippe), a family man who becomes the prime suspect in the murder of a young boy when he finds the body. Clifton, repped by Industry Entertainment, Resolution and attorney David Krintzman, will play Ben’s childhood friend and tenant in Ben’s pool house who is unwaveringly supportive of Ben. He most recently was seen in Guillermo del Toro’s Pacific Rim and next appears in Transcendence alongside Johnny Depp. Private Practice alum Tim Daly will co-star opposite Tea Leoni in CBS’ drama pilot Madam Secretary. The project, written by Barbara Hall, directed by David Semel and exec produced by Morgan Freeman, explores the personal and professional life of a maverick »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
Betty White is quite the hot commodity, but when it comes to her Valentine's Day, the Hot in Cleveland star plans to keep things casual with her favorite live-in mate. "My golden retriever and I are going to stay home and kick back for the whole day," White, who just turned 92, told People on Monday. "I'll do every crossword puzzle I can get my hands on and I won't do any work." Hanging out with her canine companion Pontiac, a guide dog who was named by the people who gave him to her, is what she calls "the best thing that can happen, »
- Dahvi Shira
Betty White proved that she could throw it down with the best of them when she hosted WWE Monday Night Raw. The 92-year-old Hot in Cleveland star took to the ring with WWE superstar Big Show at Staples Center in Los Angeles on Monday night, and told the screaming crowd: "I'm gonna kick some ass!" The petite former Golden Girl was dwarfed by the seven foot giant pro wrestler as they linked arms in front of the packed stadium, which was the venue for the 2014 Grammy Awards last month. Video: Betty White Gets 'Provocative' in Brit Smith
- Debbie Emery
Do you want to relive the laughter, magic and love of Hot in Cleveland? Or maybe you're a Pretty Little Liars / Ravenswood fan and you need more show merchandise to show off your support? Either way, our most recent BuddyTV Free Auctions have incredible prizes for both series! Check out how you can win Hot in Cleveland season four on DVD or a tote bag from Ravenswood / Pretty Little Liars. Want both prizes? If you have enough Buddy Tokens they can both be yours. Keep reading to find out how they can be yours--for free! »
Do you want to relive the laughter, magic and love of Hot in Cleveland? Or maybe you're a Grimm fan and you need more show merchandise to hang around your home? Either way, our most recent BuddyTV Free Auctions have incredible prizes for both series! Check out how you can win Hot in Cleveland season four on DVD or a poster from Grimm. Want both prizes? If you have enough Buddy Tokens they can both be yours. Keep reading to find out how they can be yours--for free!
Fans petitioned for Betty to make her ‘Raw’ debut, and now HollywoodLife.com can exclusively confirm their prayers have been answered!
Betty White is about to go where no Golden Girl has gone before: The WWE ring! Betty, who currently stars on TVLand’s Hot in Cleveland, has been tapped to guest star the Feb. 10 episode of USA’s Monday Night Raw, HollywoodLife.com has learned exclusively.
The big announcement will be made during Raw‘s Feb. 3 episode, much to the delight of tens of thousands of fans, who launched a Facebook petition back in 2010, urging for Betty to step into the ring.
Betty White On ‘Monday Night Raw’: Will She Fight?
Just to clarify, Betty isn’t confirmed to face off against any of the Superstars or Divas, but we know one person who’d be thrilled to tango with the TV legend.
Betty White: 5 Surprising Facts »
- Andy Swift
TV Land is remaining loyal to The Exes. The Viacom-owned cable network has renewed the Kristen Johnson starrer for a fourth season, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. The new season of 12 episodes -- down three from season three but on par with its sophomore run -- will debut in the summer. Photos: Midseason TV Preview The series, which revolves around a divorce attorney (Johnson) as she introduces her newly single client Stuart (David Alan Basche) to new roommates Phil (Donald Faison) and Haskell (Wayne Knight), is part of an original scripted roster that includes Hot in Cleveland, Kirstie, The Soul
- Lesley Goldberg
If recent viewing trends hold, about 100 million people -- more than a quarter of the entire population of the country -- will watch Super Bowl Xlviii on Sunday (Feb. 2) and then talk about it for days afterward.
But though it may seem that way, it's not the only thing on TV Sunday. The other broadcast networks are taking the night off, but there are marathons and stunts aplenty elsewhere on your channel guide -- and even a couple of original shows. If you're not watching the game, consider these options (all times Eastern).
PBS: "Downton Abbey" (9 p.m.) and "Sherlock" (10 p.m.). PBS has aired new episodes of "Downton" each of the past three years opposite the Super Bowl and pulled in respectable ratings each time. "Sherlock" has its Season 3 finale.
TCM: "And the Oscar Goes to ..." (10 p.m./7 p.m. Pt). A history of the Academy Awards »
News and notes spanning the TV globe:
- Former "Happy Endings" star Casey Wilson has signed on to star in "Marry Me," a comedy pilot from the former show's creator -- and Wilson's real-life fiance -- David Caspe. The show centers on a newly engaged couple who start to feel the weight of the commitment they just made. Wilson, incidentally, is writing another comedy pilot for NBC with June Diane Raphael.
- "Don't Trust the B---- in Apt. 23" creator Nanatchka Khan has landed a new pilot at ABC. "Fresh Off the Boat," based on a memoir by Eddie Huang, follows a Taiwanese-American family that immigrates to 1990s Orlando and the culture clash that follows.
- FX has set the series premiere for "Saint George," a multi-camera comedy starring George Lopez, Jenn Lyon, David Zayas and Danny Trejo. The sitcom will follow George, a working-class Mexican-American who has become a successful entrepreneur, »
Chevy Chase has found his follow-up to Community: TV Land's Hot in Cleveland. The veteran actor has been tapped to guest-star on an episode of the Betty White starrer, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Photos: Midseason TV Preview During the episode, Elka (White) needs Ross Barkley's (Chase) endorsement for City Council and convinces Melanie (Valerie Bertinelli) to go on a date with him. During the date, Ross reveals to Melanie that he was the sole survivor of a plane crash and has a deep dark secret that haunts him. The role marks Chase's first small-screen gig since he
- Lesley Goldberg
TV Land has announced that Hot in Cleveland and The Soul Man will kick off their new seasons on Wednesday, March 26th, with a pair of "live" episodes. Series stars Betty White and Cedric "The Entertainer" will make crossovers and appear on both shows.
Here are the details:
Betty White and Cedric "The Entertainer" to Make Appearances on Both Shows
Los Angeles, CA - TV Land announced today a Live television event: one hilarious hour with two Live back-to-back season premieres of original sitcoms - "Hot in Cleveland" and "The Soul Man." "Hot in Cleveland" will go Live on Wednesday, March 26th at 10pm Et, and "The Soul Man" will follow at 10:30pm Et. "The Soul Man," a »
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Finn Jones, who plays Ser Loras Tyrell on Game of Thrones says there may be some flirting for him on the new season, but there’s no steamy sex. “There’s not enough hot gay sex for Loras this season. I’m afraid there’s just not enough. I have like a slight flirtation with one of the new characters, but I can’t say anything else.”
The AP reports that President Obama has used the word “gay” 272 times in official commentary, the most of any president. President Clinton used it 216 times, President George W. Bush used it twice, and neither Reagan or George Hw Bush used it at all. President Obama has also used “lesbian,” ”gay,” ”bisexual” or “transgender” for a total of 421 times. »
- Ed Kennedy
Betty White and Cedric the Entertainer will appear on both shows when the sitcoms return with back-to-back episodes on March 26. The Season 5 opener will mark the second consecutive live premiere for Hot In Cleveland, in which White stars with Valerie Bertinelli, Wendie Malick and Jane Leeves. It’ll be followed by the live Season 3 bow of The Soul Man, a Cleveland spinoff that stars Cedric as R&B superstar-turned-minister Reverend Boyce “The Voice” Ballentine, who relocates from Las Vegas to St. Louis with his wife. The cable net also said today that Hot In Cleveland will do an animated episode this coming season. Ani studio Titmouse Inc. will toon up the show, in which the four main characters embark on an around-the-world adventure. The women go on a psychedelic romp through pop culture history, including scenes with homages to Frankenstein, Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory, and The Walking Dead. Related: »
- THE DEADLINE TEAM
TV Land has announced an hourlong live event for two of its shows, “Hot in Cleveland” and “The Soul Man.” Both comedies will broadcast live season premieres back-to-back on March 26 at 10 p.m. Et and 10:30 p.m. Et, respectively. The West Coast will get live-to-tape versions starting at 10 p.m. Pt.
“The thrill of knowing that viewers at home are seeing exactly what’s happening live on stage really amps up the pressure and makes the energy on set electrifying,” said TV Land President Larry W. Jones in a statement.
The cabler also announced that it will produce an animated version of its hit original show “Hot in Cleveland.” Animation Studio Titmouse, Inc. will create the art for the episode, which will be part of the fifth season of the comedy series.
- Francesca Bacardi
Ready to experience the sure-to-be-delightful sight of Betty White in cartoon form? Soon you’ll have your chance. The TV Land sitcom “Hot in Cleveland” is gearing up for an animated episode, which will air during the fifth season of the series. See video: Val Kilmer Calls Betty White ‘Evil’ on ‘Conan’ The episode, which will feature art from the Titmouse Animation Studio (“Black Dynamite,” “Metalocalypse”), will find Elka (White), Melanie (Valerie Bertinelli), Joy (Jane Leeves) and Victoria (Wendie Malick) transformed into cartoon characters who embark on an around-the-world adventure. The journey will consist of “a psychedelic romp through pop culture hits, »
- Tim Kenneally
It is fitting that Hot in Cleveland airs on TV Land, the home of all those classic shows that your parents watched when they were kids (and occasionally, to make you feel old, the ones that you watched as a kid too). The show seems retro, with the old-fashioned atmosphere that automatically comes from being shot in front of a live studio audience, as so few sitcoms are nowadays. The presence of comedy legend Betty White, delivering lines with the same zing that she did back in the days of The Mary Tyler Moore Show, might also convince you that the show you are watching is from long before the twenty-first century. Indeed, the ensemble of four women of a certain age living together and kvetching about age, love, life and everything in between brings to mind another classic show starring White: The Golden Girls.
- Lee Jutton
Today the legendary Betty White celebrates almost a century of living life to the fullest as she turns 92 years old. Betty has a lot of life under her belt, so she's been happy to share her no-nonsense words of wisdom and hilarious quips both on screen and off. The birthday girl never holds back, from her nude modeling days to her years on The Golden Girls to her resurgence in the last few years, and we love her all the more for it. And the funny lady never stops working! Aside from starring in Hot in Cleveland and hosting Betty White's Off Their Rockers , she had two books out in recent years - If You Ask Me (And of Course You Won't) and Betty & Friends: My Life at the Zoo. So in honor of Betty White's birthday, let's look back at her sexy moments and quotes over the years! »
- Tara Block
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