When Aaron Spelling passed away last week at age 83, he took a part of TV history with him. Chances are, no matter what age you are, you watched more than one of his shows regularly. Whether it was cop shows, over-the-top family soaps, or teen dramas, over the course of four decades Spelling had huge successes in almost every genre.
Spelling created so many of TV's lasting icons, it is almost impossible to imagine TV without him. Tomorrow, July 1, TV Land will pay tribute to Spelling by airing a repeat of its acclaimed 2004 special TV Land Moguls, from 10 a.m. to noon. You can also check out Spelling clips online at
TV.com has recapped a few of Spelling's choicest shows for you to remember and enjoy. This is by no means a ...
Actress Heather Locklear, a sex symbol on shows such as Melrose Place, Spin City, and Dynasty, has checked herself into an Arizona medical clinic for treatment of anxiety and depression, Reuters reports.
"Heather has been dealing with anxiety and depression," a representative for Locklear told the news service today. "She requested an in depth evaluation of her medication and entered into a medical facility for proper diagnosis and treatment."
That's all the media is going to get on the situation from Locklear's camp, according to the rep. No other information beyond that official statement will be released, as they are treating it as a confidential matter.
The 46-year-old blonde-haired, blue-eyed beauty has been through two high-profile divorces, one with Motley Crue's Tommy Lee and one with Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora. She's also been in the news more recently for off-camera reasons, including a public feud ...Read more