'Gangsta's Paradise' 20 Years Later: 10 Things You Didn't Know

Coolio’s 1995 track “Gangsta’s Paradise” wasn’t just a hit rap song; it was a crossover success that resonated with listeners across the board. It went on to become one of the top hits of 1995, and it was 20 years ago this week that the single first dropped.

Florence Henderson on Being a 'Second Mother' to the Brady Bunch Kids

The Brady Bunch’s Carol Brady may be one of the most iconic mothers of all time, but it turns out star Florence Henderson was just as much a loving mom off screen as the famously blended family’s matriarch was on.

Cindy Brady Spills! Susan Olsen Reveals The Brady Bunch's Darkest Secrets

From Julie Andrews to Carrie Underwood, 50 Years of Solving a Problem Like Maria

How do you solve a problem like Maria? For the producers of The Sound of Music, which hit theaters fifty years ago this week, the solution turned out to be Julie Andrews.

Other actresses were considered for the part of the free-spirited nanny whose effervescence overcomes not only the grumpiness of Captain von Trapp but also the tyranny of the Nazis.

Danny Trejo Channels The Brady Bunch's Marcia in Super Bowl Ad

Brady Bunch Costars and Famous Fans Remember the Comic Genius of Ann B. Davis

Adrianne Curry and Christopher Knight Separate

My Fair Brady stars Adrianne Curry and Christopher Knight have separated on what is the fifth anniversary of their wedding.

Florence Henderson's Dancing Departure Leaves Brandy in Tears

Florence Henderson left Dancing with the Stars Tuesday on a positive note, telling host Tom Bergeron on her way out, “I hope I’ve inspired people to get off their behinds and move and dance and live and enjoy life.”

But another contestant, who was saddened by her elimination, was singing a different tune.

Florence Henderson: Life (and Sex) Don't Stop at 70

Florence Henderson: Christopher Knight 'Didn't Take My Advice'

Florence Henderson says that while her former TV son Christopher Knight has lived his life in front of the cameras the past few years, “reality [TV] is not for me.”

“It’s a double-edged sword,” Henderson said of shedding an iconic role. Henderson, 74, spoke to reporters on Tuesday at the Television Critics Association press tour in Los Angeles, where she was promoting her upcoming Hallmark Channel film Ladies of the House.