Between work, your family and your social life, it's hard to remember when that new movie comes out or what time your favorite show airs. Don't worry, "Good Morning America" has your back. Here are this week's highlights for entertainment: Sunday, April 8 April 7 marked the 25th anniversary of "The
Octavia Spencer is shining a light on just how hard it can be for women of color in Hollywood. Recalling a story during the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's "Women Breaking Barriers" panel at the Sundance Film Festival, Spencer recalled how her "The Help" co-star Jessica Chastain approached
Top real estate broker Fredrik Eklund of Bravo's "Million Dollar Listing" gave ABC's Kendis Gibson an exclusive look at one of New York City's most luxurious high-rise apartments.
"Grey's Anatomy" star Ellen Pompeo said she has let herself age gracefully in Hollywood even though her ego makes it hard to do so. “You know, to see your skin doesn't look the same,” Pompeo, 46, said in an interview that aired today on “ Good Morning America " of one of the challenges of aging on
Long live Christina Yang! Sandra Oh , the actress who played the competitive doctor for 10 seasons on "Grey's Anatomy" before leaving the series in 2014, reunited with her former TV husband, Kevin McKidd. Former "Grey's Anatomy" executive producer Tony Phelan tweeted a photo of himself with the two
Goodbye, Callie Torres. "Grey's Anatomy" star Sara Ramirez, who has played the orthopedic surgeon since 2006, will not be returning next season. At the end of tonight's season 12 finale, her character seemingly finalized her divorce with Jessica Capshaw's Arizona and can move to New York City. "I'm
ABC News' JoiMarie McKenzie Interviews Cassandra O'Neal, a backup singer and keyboardist for Prince.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences apologized today for "any aspect of the Oscar telecast" that may have been offensive. After last month's Oscars ceremony, more than two dozen entertainment professionals complained in a letter to the Academy about jokes made at the expense of Asian
When President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama hosted a White House state dinner in honor of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife last night, many Canadian celebrities were among the guests. Ryan Reynolds and his wife Blake Lively attended, along with Mike Myers, Michael
Rhimes is a Hollywood powerhouse but her workaholic tendencies and horrible shyness left her secretly miserable.