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George Shapiro, Personal Manager and ‘Seinfeld’ Producer, Dies at 91

George Shapiro, the Bronx-born personal manager and champion of comedy who teamed with his late business partner, Howard West, to bring the iconic sitcom Seinfeld to television, has died. He was 91. Shapiro died Thursday evening of natural causes at his home in Beverly Hills, a publicist announced. Shapiro and West also helped guide the […]

Kirstie Alley Sells Los Feliz Villa for $7.8 Million

The actress purchased the six-bedroom property in 2000 for almost $3 million.

Kirstie Alley, CNN Get Into Twitter Spat

The actress — who recently made headlines when she once again pledged her allegiance to Trump — attacked the network for its pandemic coverage.

Hollywood Flashback: Kirstie Alley Played Gloria Steinem in 1985

The first actress to play the Ms. magazine founder was Alley — and she did it as a Playboy Bunny.

The Cast of ‘Look Who’s Talking,’ Then and Now

The Hollywood Reporter takes a look at what the cast — including Kirstie Alley, John Travolta and Bruce Willis — have been up to in the years since the film hit theaters on Oct. 13, 1989.

Kirstie Alley Criticizes Journalist’s “Bigoted” Views of Scientology

The actress called out Huffington Post contributor Yashar Ali on Twitter Saturday evening.

Kirstie Alley Walks Back Trump Endorsement After Tape Fallout: “I Hate This Election”

The actress previously wrote to her Twitter followers back in 2015: "I like Trump … fire at will."

Kirstie Alley Joins ‘Scream Queens’ as Season 2 Series Regular

The Emmy and Golden Globe winner will play a brilliant and devious administrator.

Hollywood Celebrities Who Have Talked About Their Fertility Struggles

Gwyneth Paltrow, Beyonce Knowles, Nicole Kidman and more have spoken openly about challenges they endured while trying to get pregnant.

Kirstie Alley Heads to Will Arnett’s ‘Flaked’ (Exclusive)

The actress will guest star in the 2016 Netflix comedy.

TV Land Cancels ‘Kirstie’ After One Season

The series, which featured an all-star cast including Rhea Perlman and Michael Richards, will not continue on.