Lori Loughlin's Daughters Olivia Jade and Isabella Rose Giannulli 'Not Currently Enrolled' at USC
Lori Loughlin's Daughters Not Currently Enrolled at USCIn a statement to PEOPLE on Monday, the USC Registrar confirmed that “Olivia Jade Giannulli and Isabella Rose Giannulli are not currently enrolled.
(CNN) Actress Felicity Huffman reported to federal prison in Dublin, California, on Tuesday to begin serving a two-week sentence for "And I especially want to apologize to the students who work hard every day to get into college, and to their parents who make tremendous sacrifices supporting their
The actress Felicity Huffman reported to a minimum-security federal prison camp in the San Francisco Bay Area on Tuesday to begin serving a A Bureau of Prisons office in Grand Prairie, Texas, generally makes decisions about where federal inmates will be housed. At the request of Ms
Felicity Huffman wants her court-mandated community service program to involve working with female prison inmates, a new report claims. © CJ GUNTHER/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock Felicity Huffman leaves the federal courthouse in Boston, Mass., on Sept. 13, 2019.
"Her experience is that these women are left behind," a source told Page Six on Tuesday. "They're abandoned. There's no support for them either in the institution or when they leave the institution, and that broke her heart."
Felicity spent 11 days at FCI Dublin prison for her role in a massive college admissions scandal. While some have claimed the prison is very cushy, leading many to call it "Club Fed," the source said those claims are "totally wrong."
Sask. considering jail expansions — again — as female inmate numbers rise
The province has drawn up plans to expand Saskatchewan jails and address overcrowding that has inmates sleeping in a gym, but it is still deciding whether to go ahead with building more beds."I would say we're looking at it with a degree of seriousness in terms of what our needs are and if that build is required," said Drew Wilby, the assistant deputy minister of corrections.
Felicity Huffman 's attorney has requested that the the actress be allowed to spend her (CNN) Now that Felicity Huffman has been sentenced to 14 days in prison for her role in a massive The Bureau of Prisons (BOP) has the final authority to decide where Huffman will serve time when she reports to
Huffman , 56, will report to prison on October 25, and the Bureau of Prisons will decide the facility. "I would like to apologize again to my daughter, my husband, my family and the educational community for my actions. And I especially want to apologize to the students who work hard every day to get into
"It's a very dysfunctional environment," the source said. © Dan Steinberg/Invision/AP/REX/Shutterstock Felicity Huffman arrives at the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 17, 2018.
As part of Felicity's guilty plea, the "Desperate Housewives" star was sentenced to prison time, a $30,000 fine and 250 hours of community service. She reportedly began her community service last month. However, on Sept. 16, the actress and her younger daughter, Georgia, were photographed visiting nonprofit The Teen Project, which helps young women who were homeless and victims of sex-trafficking. Felicity, it turns out, has been volunteering there for two years.
"Her younger daughter wants to work in public policy and wants to go to law school one day, so she was very interested in the issue," a family source told Page Six. "I don't know how they came upon the organization, but it's something that she and her daughter wanted to do together."
Martha Stewart says Felicity Huffman looks 'schlumpy' in prison
Martha said the actress needs to up her style while in the slammer.While speaking at a Vanity Fair summit in Los Angeles on Tuesday, the lifestyle guru was asked about paparazzi pictures of the "Desperate Housewives" that showed her in a green jumpsuit. Martha didn't mince words.
© Bruce/Javiles / BACKGRID Felicity Huffman leaves The Teen Project building in Los Angeles on Nov. 3, 2019.
Felicity Huffman reported today for sentencing to the Federal Correctional Institution in Dublin, CA. Ms. Huffman is prepared to serve the term of imprisonment Judge Talwani ordered as one part of the punishment she imposed for Ms. Huffman ’s actions. She will begin serving the remainder of the
Like all inmates , Huffman would be issued a prison uniform and underwear and referred to by her number once inside the prison , where she will At a time when factual information is a necessity, we believe that each of us, around the world, deserves access to accurate reporting with integrity at its
The teens and young women associated with the nonprofit still hold Felicity in high regard, despite her prison sentence.
"She's gotten very close to the young women there," the source said. "The organization is about second chances, and the board and the organization were very supportive about continuing to do the work with Felicity. They had seen her in action for so long there, so they knew this was very authentic."
Even after Felicity finishes her court-mandated community service, she reportedly wants to continue to work with The Teen Project and women's incarceration reentry organizations.
"She really wanted to double up on her community service work anyway, and this is an opportunity for her to continue to do some of that," the source said. "This case really affected her in a big way."
Felicity Huffman Released From Prison Before End of 14-Day Sentence
The actress served 11 days of her two-week sentence.The actress was sentenced to 14 days after she pleaded guilty in the nationwide college admission cheating scandal. The sentence came down in September, as she was among the first parents ensnared in FBI-dubbed operation Varsity Blues to plead guilty.
Actress Felicity Huffman reported to a federal prison in California on Tuesday, becoming the first parent sentenced in the nation's college admissions scandal to Other past famous inmates at the Dublin, California federal prison include author and actress Patty Hearst, Heidi Fleiss, known as the
Felicity Huffman isn't above making new friends in prison she's yukking it up with her fellow inmates in the yard!!! The "Desperate Housewives" star was spotted Wednesday at FCI Dublin in Northern California, where's she's currently serving her nearly 2-week sentence
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TV news made major headlines in 2019. Join Wonderwall.com as we take a look back at some of the biggest news stories in television this year... starting with Wendy Williams. The veteran talk show host was on quite a roller coaster early in the year. She began 2019 by extending her late-2018 break after initially saying she'd return to the airwaves in January. Wendy claimed she was healing from a shoulder injury and dealing with Graves disease complications. However, when she finally returned in March, she revealed that she was living in a sober house and once again battling addiction issues. The host's story got even more complicated as reports surfaced claiming her husband, Kevin Hunter, had welcomed a baby with his alleged longtime mistress. After initially denying her marriage was in crisis, Wendy filed for divorce in April after more than 20 years of marriage. Kevin was subsequently fired as an executive producer of her show and as her manager and Wendy has been flourishing ever since. Keep reading for more 2019 TV news!
Felicity Huffman and William H. Macy Spotted for First Time Since Her Prison Release
The couple was photographed visiting a superior courthouse in Los Angeles, California, on Monday.Huffman, 56, was released from the Federal Correctional Institution in Dublin, California, on Friday, where she served 11 days for her role in the college admissions scandal.
Felicity Huffman was so moved by the "harsh" conditions at Federal Correctional Institution in Dublin, California, that she now wants to work with incarcerated He also said certain inmates are placed in halfway houses prior to release to “ help them adjust to life in the community and find employment.”
Coulman said other female inmates made her first day bearable by supplementing her prison -issued smock and pre-used underwear with shampoo, lotion, ear plugs Levine tells clients to use their free time productively: exercise, do crafts, read in the law library or use their skills to help other inmates .
"Game of Thrones" comes to an end, Kit Harington seeks help
2019 marked the end of one of the greatest TV shows in history, "Game of Thrones." The eighth and final season of the HBO drama premiered in April with 17.4 million viewers across all platforms tuning in, breaking records for the most watched telecast in HBO history and the most watched scripted entertainment program of the year. The season was polarizing for fans, however. Many "GoT" viewers took to social media to slam the season and series finale, calling the final episode "the worst episode of the entire series." A few "Thrones" actors also shared their thoughts about the way the show ended. Lena Headey told The Guardian in June that she wanted a "better death" for her character, Cersei Lannister, and Kit Harington said that he was "maybe not happy, but very satisfied" with the ending while appearing on "The Zoe Ball Breakfast Show" in January. Kit also made headlines in May as reports claimed the Jon Snow actor was spending time at a Connecticut rehab facility being treated for stress and alcohol issues. His rep confirmed he was seeking help, explaining in a statement, "Kit has decided to utilize this break in his schedule as an opportunity to spend some time at a wellness retreat to work on some personal issues."
Pamela Anderson asks Trudeau to serve inmates vegan meals to save cash
OTTAWA — Actress Pamela Anderson is asking Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to take meat and milk off prison menus to help the planet and the health of federal inmates — and save taxpayers some cash, to boot. The former Baywatch star makes the pitch in a letter to Trudeau part of her work with the animal-rights group PETA, writing that she hopes Canada embraces what she calls a "simple but effective way to reduce costs and improve lives." She wantsThe former Baywatch star makes the pitch in a letter to Trudeau part of her work with the animal-rights group PETA, writing that she hopes Canada embraces what she calls a "simple but effective way to reduce costs and improve lives.
On Thursday, more images emerged of Felicity Huffman in her jail-issued jumpsuit as she strolled around with a fellow inmate outside the Federal On Tuesday, former celebrity prisoner Martha Stewart described her prison look as 'schlumpy'. And on Thursday, more images emerged of Felicity
Felicity Huffman has just turned herself in to begin serving a 14-day sentence for her role in the college admissions bribery scandal. 10:43 AM PT -- We've obtained the prison menu it's a chicken patty, steamed rice, beans, fruit and a drink for lunch today.
"Days of our Lives" renewed for record-breaking 55th season
"Days of our Lives" isn't going anywhere! In January, NBC renewed the long-running soap opera for a 55th season, according to Variety. The series, which debuted in 1965 and aired its 13,500th episode in 2018, will become the network's longest running program.
"Today" chooses third hour hosts after Megyn Kelly departure
"Today" veteran Al Roker, meteorologist Dylan Dreyer and journalists Craig Melvin and Sheinelle Jones officially took over the third hour of the morning show in January. "Hope you don't mind these faces! You'll be seeing a lot of them at 9am. Please join us! #3rdhourtoday #youvegotafriendinus #letthegoodtimesroll," Dylan captioned a selfie with her new co-hosts on Twitter. Craig, Al and "Today" anchor Hoda Kotb temporarily co-hosted the 9 a.m. hour -- with regular appearances by Dylan and Sheinelle -- after NBC fired Megyn Kelly in October 2018 amid poor ratings and a racism controversy.
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Ellen Pompeo reveals she might stay on "Grey's Anatomy" past 2020, talks "toxic" set experience
Ellen Pompeo revealed quite a bit about "Grey's Anatomy" in 2019. In January, the series lead shared that she is no longer certain she will leave "Grey's" when her contract expires at the end of Season 16 in May 2020. "I keep saying, 'I'm ready to move on and I want to stop the show before the ratings go down,' but the ratings never go down! … They go down a little bit, but the fact that we are able to hold our [title as ABC's No. 1 series] is kind of [incredible]," she told TVLine. "It's very cool to have these kind of ratings and be on a hit network show in this [peak TV] landscape." Continued the actress, "It's a pretty nice place to work. … I like my situation here. As much as the idea of something new appeals to me … the truth is I have three kids. I don't really want to travel and leave [them]... And the network and studio continue to incentivize me and just make me offers that I can't refuse." In a June interview for Variety's Actors on Actors series, Ellen further revealed that the "Grey's" set wasn't always a nice place to work. "The first 10 years we had serious culture issues, very bad behavior, really toxic work environment... But after Season 10, we had some big shifts in front of the camera, behind the camera," Ellen explained. "It became my goal to have an experience there that I could be happy and proud about, because we had so much turmoil for 10 years."
Lori Loughlin is 'Discouraged' and 'Concerned' About Other Parents' Sentences in College Scandal
Lori Loughlin is 'Discouraged' and 'Concerned' About Case: SourceA recent sentence handed down to a California dad has left Loughlin and Giannuli feeling “discouraged” and “concerned,” a source close to Loughlin and Giannulli tells PEOPLE.
Felicity Huffman was reportedly so effected by her time behind bars in federal prison that now she wants to help other incarcerated women as Scott also explained that certain inmates are placed in halfway houses before their release to “ help them adjust to life in the community and find employment.”
Felicity Huffman , the former "Desperate Housewives" actress, will be the first parent sentenced for Huffman must report to prison on Oct. 25 to serve her sentence. During today's court proceedings And I especially want to apologize to the students who work hard every day to get into college, and to
Jay Leno addresses David Letterman and Conan O'Brien drama
While appearing on a January episode of "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen," Jay Leno finally opened up about his long-rumored rivalry with fellow late night hosts David Letterman and Conan O'Brien. "We don't hate each other," he said of David. "The media makes a big thing about it. I am a huge fan. When I started, Letterman was a great wordsmith. He could put things together, but he's kind of a hesitant performer. I was a very loud, boisterous performer, but I wasn't that good a writer. So I'd watch him and go, 'Oh, man, how do you put those sentences together?' And he'd watch me and go, 'How can you be so confident on stage?' So I think we sort of took from each other a little bit." Jay also said that he has no regrets about Conan's abrupt 2009 "Tonight Show" departure after NBC attempted to switch their time slots. "Look, they're rating-based shows," Jay said. "It's not your decision. People act like it's your decision. 'Well, you know, I think I'll go back!' The network makes these decisions. They decide you're going to leave and then they decide when you're gonna come back. So there is not a lot different I would have done." And finally, Jay told Andy why he has never responded to Howard Stern's longtime criticism, saying, "You're not going to win a feud with Howard."
"The Big Bang Theory" says goodbye
It's the end of an era! In May, the cast of "The Big Bang Theory" said goodbye after 12 seasons on CBS. The farewell tour began in January when the cast opened up about the final season while appearing on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show." We've been getting super-emotional," said Kaley Cuoco. "[Johnny Galecki and I] were doing a scene before the holiday. We were just blocking, and we're the only two in it, just kind of rehearsing the scene, and out of nowhere, I just started bawling. And the crew, all the camera guys and everyone come out and they're like, 'We're so glad you cried because we've been waiting to cry,' and they all gave us this huge group hug, and we just all cried for like, 10 minutes." The show came to an end on May 16 with a sweet final episode and a Johnny Galecki-hosted half-hour retrospective special, "Unraveling the Mystery: A Big Bang Farewell," which aired directly afterward. The cast then appeared on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" where they revealed their favorite "Big Bang" guest stars and shared that Johnny is the only member of the cast who ever hooked up in his dressing room.
Lori Loughlin Might Face 2 to 3 Years in Prison if Found Guilty in College Admissions Case: Expert
Lori Loughlin Might Face 2 to 3 Years in Prison: ExpertIn newly released court transcripts obtained by Good Morning America, the judge in the case has been harshly critical of many defendants, telling one of them that he must “pay a substantial and conspicuous price for such unconscionable conduct.
Actress Felicity Huffman reported to federal prison in Dublin, California, on Tuesday to begin serving a two-week sentence for her role in the college admissions The federal correctional institution in Dublin is considered a "low security" prison with 1,235 female inmates in Alameda County, about 35
"The Talk" makes major changes in host line-up
"The Talk" unveiled a whole new host line-up in 2019. "Dancing With the Stars" judge Carrie Ann Inaba was announced as the official replacement for Julie Chen in January after filling in since September 2018. "It's been such an honor the last year kind of coming in and guest co-hosting and learning so much from all of you," Inaba told fellow panelists Sharon Osbourne, Sara Gilbert, Sheryl Underwood and Eve. Sara would not be a fellow panelist for long, however. The "Roseanne" alum announced her departure in April, citing her busy work schedule -- which includes starring on and executive producing "The Conners" and filming Season 3 of Netflix's "Atypical" -- and family life. "Last season... if I'm being honest about it, I think my life was slightly out of balance and I wasn't able to spend as much time with my three kids as I'd like or time for myself," she said, calling the decision "extremely difficult." In May, "The Talk" announced that Marie Osmond would replace Sara when the show returned for its 10th season in September.
ABC renews "Modern Family" for 11th and final season
All good things must come to an end. In February, ABC announced that the highly successful sitcom "Modern Family" will be airing its 11th and final season starting in the fall and that it will wrap in May 2020. "In its final season, there will be more milestone events that anyone who has been a fan of the series won't want to miss," ABC Entertainment President Karey Burke said during the network's Television Critics Association panel.
Kristoff St. John's final "The Young and the Restless" scene airs after tragic death
February was a sad month for "The Young and the Restless" fans. Kristoff St. John's final appearance on the long-running soap opera aired on Feb. 6, just three days after he was found dead at his Los Angeles-area home. The late actor had starred as Neil Winters on the soap opera since 1991.
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"Empire" comes to an end after Jussie Smollett controversy
The wild ride known as "Empire" is coming to an end after months of controversy surrounding its former star, Jussie Smollett. In May, FOX announced that the drama series will air its sixth and final season in fall following Jussie's widely disputed hate crime scandal. The actor claimed that he was violently attacked by two unknown assailants while walking home in Chicago in late January. The men poured bleach on Jussie, tied a noose around his neck and called him homophobic and racial slurs, according to the actor, who detailed the experience during an interview with "Good Morning America." "And I see the attacker, masked and he said, 'This MAGA country, [racial slur],' and punches me right in the face. So I punched his a-- back. And then we started tussling. It was very icy. We ended up tussling by the stairs, fighting, fighting, fighting. There was a second person involved who was kicking me in my back, and then it just stopped. And they ran off... Then I looked down and I see that there's a rope around my neck, which I hadn't [noticed before] because it was so fast," he explained. However, Chicago police later concluded that Jussie staged the attack and paid two brothers he knew to assault him because he was "dissatisfied with his salary" and raise his profile, a claim Jussie denied. He was arrested for filing a false police report but the charges against him were, controversially, dropped in March. But the damage was already done. In June -- after Jussie was sued by the city of Chicago to recoup its investigation costs and as authorities maintained that he staged his attack -- "Empire" creator Lee Daniels confirmed that the scandalized star would not be returning to the musical drama.
"Jessica Jones," "The Punisher" canceled as Netflix completes Marvel purge
Netflix is officially Marvel TV-free. In February, the streaming service announced the cancellation of hit shows "Jessica Jones" featuring Krysten Ritter and "The Punisher" featuring Jon Bernthal. Netflix previously canceled its other Marvel series, "Daredevil," "Iron Fist," "Luke Cage" and "The Defenders," as Disney launches its own streaming platform, Disney+.
Jenna Bush Hager replaces Kathie Lee Gifford on "Today," announces third pregnancy
Jenna Bush Hager officially replaced Kathie Lee Gifford on the fourth hour of NBC's "Today" show in April. The former first daughter, who was announced as Hoda Kotb's co-host in February, was congratulated on the air by her parents, former President George W. Bush and first lady Laura Bush, in a special video message. The good news continued for Jenna a few weeks later as she announced that she was pregnant with her third child -- and first son -- with husband Henry Hager.
Nicollette Sheridan leaves "Dynasty" reboot
Nicollette Sheridan announced her departure from the "Dynasty" TV reboot in February to "focus on some personal family responsibilities" after joining the drama midway through the first season. "Working on the 'Dynasty' reboot and reprising the iconic role of Alexis [Carrington] has been thoroughly enjoyable, but the chance to spend precious time with my terminally ill mother is more important to me right now," she tweeted. "I am profoundly grateful to Mark Pedowitz (The CW) and David Stapf (CBS) for graciously allowing me to return to Los Angeles to be with her, and I wish them and everyone associated with the show nothing but continued success. I am hopeful that my fans will embrace my successor with as much passion as they embraced me." The role of Alexis was recast and the reveal was ridiculously and brilliantly soapy: After being injured in a fire, Alexis undergoes facial reconstruction surgery. When the bandages came off, viewers saw Elizabeth Gillies -- the same actress who played Alexis's daughter, Fallon, on the show.
All three "Chicago" shows renewed as "Chicago P.D." and "Chicago Med" switch up casts
The "Chicago" franchise will continue! NBC announced that all three Dick Wolf-created "Chicago" shows -- "Chicago Med," "Chicago Fire" and "Chicago P.D." -- were renewed in February. Two months later, Deadline reported that "Chicago P.D." star John Seda -- who debuted in the role of Antonio Dawson on "Chicago Fire" in 2012 -- was leaving the franchise. "Chicago Med" stars Colin Donnell (Dr. Connor Rhodes) and Norma Kuhling (Dr. Ava Bekker) were also reported to be departing "Chicago Med" due to "creative reasons related to the characters' story evolution." All three actors could potentially return to the franchise as guest stars, according to Deadline.
"Last Call with Carson Daly" comes to an end after 17-year run
Another late night talk show has come to an end. "Last Call with Carson Daly" aired its final episode in May after 17 years on the air. NBC announced the show's cancellation in February so Carson could focus on his other hosting gigs (on the "Today" show and "The Voice") and on his family (he and wife Siri Pinter share three children). "If you had told me in 2002 I would be a part of the historic NBC late night family for 17 years, I would have said you were crazy!" Carson said in a statement. "Hard to believe it's been so long -- 2,000 episodes. It's time to move on to something new and let someone else have access to this incredible platform. My 20s were about finding a good job. My 30s were about taking on as many of them as I could. Now, in my 40s, I'm focused on quality over quantity. I want to do more with my 'Today' family and continue hosting and producing 'The Voice' and explore new opportunities." He concluded by saying, "I could have all the jobs in the world, but none of them are more important to me than that of Dad. My family will always remain my top priority and greatest gig."
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Whoopi Goldberg takes sick leave from "The View," Meghan McCain and Joy Behar butt heads
The ladies of "The View" had an emotional 2019. In February, Whoopi Goldberg was forced to take a leave of absence after contracting pneumonia in both lungs. The illness led to sepsis, a potentially fatal infection of the bloodstream, that caused Whoopi to miss another month. She returned to the show in March. "This is my first foray out," she said at the time. "I'm not there yet, I know that. But the only way it's going to get better is if I begin, so this is my beginning." Meanwhile, political opposites Meghan McCain and Joy Behar sparred over numerous topics throughout the year, including democratic socialism and the 2020 presidential race. During one heated conversation in February, Joy accused Meghan of having a "hissy fit" and Meghan battled Joy over her intellect in April.
"America's Got Talent" debuts a whole new cast
"America's Got Talent" made some major changes in 2019. Julianne Hough and Gabrielle Union took over for former judges Heidi Klum and Mel B for Season 14. And Terry Crews, who currently hosts "America's Got Talent: The Champions," replaced host Tyra Banks. Howie Mandel and Simon Cowell stayed on as judges. The cast shake-up was announced in February and the new line-up debuted in May.
Luke Perry dies at 52 following stroke
Luke Perry, star of the '90s drama "Beverly Hills, 90210" and the CW series "Riverdale," died on March 4 after suffering a massive stroke in late February. The 52-year-old actor was surrounded by his two adult children, his fiancée, his ex-wife, his mother and stepfather, his brother, sister and other loved ones when he passed, according to his rep. "Riverdale" showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa announced in June that the teen drama will pay tribute to the late actor during its Season 4 premiere in the fall. "[It will] probably [be] the most important episode of #Riverdale we'll do this year, if not ever," Roberto wrote on Twitter. "A tribute to our fallen friend. Thankful for this opportunity to honor Luke & Fred." He also shared a photo of the title page of the script, revealing that the episode will be called "In Memoriam." Luke's final movie, "Once Upon a Time in... Hollywood," comes out in July.
Gayle King shines during explosive R. Kelly interview
In March, Gayle King earned universal praise for her composure and hard-hitting questions during an emotionally charged interview with embattled R&B singer R. Kelly. During the "CBS This Morning" interview, the music star cried, yelled and gestured wildly while Gayle kept her cool. The sit-down came a month after Chicago prosecutors announced several new sexual abuse and rape charges against the singer. In May, after more than a month of prolonged negotiations, Gayle inked a deal to stay at CBS that reports revealed was worth at least $11 million a year.
"Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek diagnosed with pancreatic cancer
In March, "Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek revealed that he'd been diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer. The legendary game show star, 78, promised to "fight" and "keep working," joking that under the terms of his contract, he's committed to hosting "Jeopardy!" for three more years. He gave fans a health update in May, telling People magazine that he was responding well to treatment for the disease, which has a 9 percent survival rate. "It's kind of mind-boggling," he said. "The doctors said they hadn't seen this kind of positive result in their memory... some of the tumors have already shrunk by more than 50 percent."
"When Calls the Heart" and "Fuller House" move forward without Lori Loughlin following college bribe scandal
The show(s) must go on. "When Calls the Heart" producers announced in March that the Hallmark Channel series would continue without Lori Loughlin after its disgraced star was charged with conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud for her alleged participation in a college admissions cheating scam (prosecutors say she and her husband paid a $500K bribe to get their daughters into the University of Southern California). The series went on "a creative hiatus to do some retooling" for Season 6, which debuted in May, and was renewed for a seventh season in April. Lori is also not expected to return for the fifth and final season of the Netflix spin-off "Fuller House," which is scheduled to debut in late 2019. Another TV star, "Desperate Housewives" alum Felicity Huffman, was also implicated in the college admissions cheating scandal but unlike Lori, who's fighting the charges, immediately pleaded guilty and publicly apologized for her behavior.
Peggy Lipton dies at 72
Peggy Lipton, star of the 1960s show "Mod Squad," died on May 11 after battling cancer, daughters Rashida Jones and Kidada Jones told the Los Angeles Times. She was 72. "She made her journey peacefully with her daughters and nieces by her side," they said. "We feel so lucky for every moment we spent with her. … We can't put all of our feelings into words right now, but we will say: Peggy was and will always be our beacon of light, both in this world and beyond. She will always be a part of us." The singer-actress, who was previously married to Quincy Jones, revealed in 2005 that she'd been diagnosed with colon cancer the previous year.
"Mary Tyler Moore Show" and "Everybody Loves Raymond" actress Georgia Engel dead at 70
Georgia Engel -- who earned two Emmy nominations for her work as Georgette Baxter on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and three Emmy nominations for her work as Pat MacDougall on "Everybody Loves Raymond" -- died on April 12 in Princeton, New Jersey. She was 70. Her friend and the executor of her will, John Quilty, told The New York Times that her cause of death is unknown because the actress was a Christian Scientist and did not consult doctors after her health began to suffer.
Third "Walking Dead" series greenlit at AMC
More "Walking Dead"? Yes, please! In April, AMC announced that a third "Walking Dead" series was scheduled to debut in 2020. The 10-episode first season, set in a new location, will center around two young women and the first generation of young people to come of age during the apocalypse. "Some will become heroes. Some will become villains. In the end, all of them will be changed forever. Grown up and cemented in their identities, both good and bad," is how the network described the show.
James Holzhauer wins $2.4 million during 33-game "Jeopardy!" winning streak
James Holzhauer made "Jeopardy!" history this year. The professional gambler won more than $2.4 million during a 33-game winning streak from April to June -- becoming the second-highest winner in "Jeopardy!" regular-play history. Just a few weeks after losing to University of Chicago librarian Emma Boettcher, James donated $1,109.14 to a Naperville, Illinois, charity walk that's raising funds for pancreatic cancer research ("Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek was diagnosed with the disease earlier this year).
Anderson Cooper delivers heartfelt on-air tribute to mom Gloria Vanderbilt after her death
In June, CNN anchor Anderson Cooper commemorated his mother, Gloria Vanderbilt, on the air shortly after she died at 95 from stomach cancer. "The last few weeks, every time I kissed her goodbye, I would say, 'I love you, Mom,'" Anderson said of the famed heiress, author and fashion designer. "She would look at me and say, 'I love you too. You know that.' And she was right. I did know that. I knew it from the moment I was born, and I'll know it for the rest of my life. And in the end, what greater gift can a mother give to her son?"
"The Chi" star Jason Mitchell fired after co-star accuses him of sexual harassment
In May, "The Chi" star Jason Mitchell was fired from the Showtime series, as well as the upcoming Netflix film "Desperados," after being accused of misconduct by multiple women, including co-star Tiffany Boone, who said she felt "unsafe" around him. Jason's talent agency, UTA, and management company also severed ties with him after the reports emerged. "The Chi" creator Lena Waithe also came under fire when it was revealed that Tiffany previously complained about Jason and he was allowed to stay on the show. "I'm hearing that the set is completely different … and then I get a call from Ayanna (Floyd Davis, the showrunner) saying that things are persisting, not a lot has changed in that area, but you can't reach out, you've gotta sit tight, HR has to handle it," Lena explained on "The Breakfast Club." "And my biggest regret is that I should have just said, 'Forget that,' and not trusted anybody to do my job and just reached out to Tiffany on my own, like, 'Yo, what's going on? What can I do? What can Lena do?' And instead, I trusted someone else to do my job."
Adam Levine leaves "The Voice"
Adam Levine said goodbye to "The Voice" in 2019 after 16 seasons. Host Carson Daly announced in May that the Maroon 5 frontman, one of the series' original coaches, had decided to leave. His replacement? Former coach Gwen Stefani, who's in a nearly four-year relationship with fellow coach Blake Shelton.
NBC announces removal of "The Office" from Netflix
Netflix users learned they would soon be saying goodbye to "The Office" in 2019. The acclaimed comedy series will be leaving the streaming platform in 2021 and added to NBC's new ad-supported streaming service, which will debut in 2020, NBC executives announced in June 2019. The show was the most watched Netflix show in 2018.
Lori Loughlin Might Face 2 to 3 Years in Prison if Found Guilty in College Admissions Case: Expert .
Lori Loughlin Might Face 2 to 3 Years in Prison: ExpertIn newly released court transcripts obtained by Good Morning America, the judge in the case has been harshly critical of many defendants, telling one of them that he must “pay a substantial and conspicuous price for such unconscionable conduct.