The Partridge Family was a situation comedy that ran on ABC-TV from 1970 to 1974. Dave Madden played the role of manager of The Partridge Family, a pop music band consisting of a mother and her four children.
'Gilligan's Island' actor Russell Johnson, who portrayed the professor on the 1960s TV comedy about seven people marooned on an uncharted Pacific island, and kept his fellow castaways supplied with gadgets, has died.
'Girls' TV show has been renewed for a fourth season. In a Television Critics Association interview questions about why the show's creator, Lena Dunham's character often appears nude sparked a heated debate about how gender is portrayed on television.
Eurythmics, otherwise known as Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart, will be on stage later this month for a tribute to the Beatles. Eurythmics are helping to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Beatles coming to America.
If Elvis Presley was the king of rock 'n' roll, Phil and Don Everly were its princes. Phil Everly, the youngest of the brothers died Friday, after a five-decade career of pop-country hits that influenced bands from The Beatles to Simon & Garfunkel.
The Times Square ball, dropped at midnight on New Year's Eve, gets new pieces of glass each year. This year features a kaleidoscopic pattern and a special panel designed by a 12-year-old former cancer patient.
Fats Domino, the R&B legend, will be honored as the grand marshal of Mardis Gras parade. Fats Domino won't perform but his son Antoine Domino III, is expected to ride on a float equipped with a piano and speakers to perform his father's greatest hits.
Lucie Arnaz, the daughter of Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, talks about her dad dressing up as Santa. Lucie Arnaz also describes her mom's blue Christmas tree. CBS will show a colorized version of "I Love Lucy Christmas Special" on Friday at 8 p.m.
Phil Robertson exits: GQ magazine attributed comments disparaging gays to reality TV star Phil Robertson, spurring A&E network to remove him from 'Duck Dynasty.' He may appear in some already taped scenes in January, the network said.
Google's fastest-rising trends list offers a window on the world's mindset. This year's Google list included the deaths of three famous men: Nelson Mandela, Paul Walker, and Cory Monteith. The Boston Marathon bombing and the 'Harlem Shake' also made the top 10 list.