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Joanna Gaines, of 'Fixer Upper' fame, has given birth to her fifth child.

Reality television personality Joanna Gaines announced she has given birth to her fifth child and shared photos of the newborn on social media this weekend.

"Our baby boy, Crew Gaines, is here & we couldn't be more in love. He made an unexpected (and speedy) entrance into the world two and a half weeks early -- which is fitting given he was a sweet surprise from day one. Thank you for all your thoughts and prayers. We are so grateful," Gaines, 39, tweeted Saturday, along with photos of her and her infant son in the hospital.

"And then there were 5.. The Gaines crew is now 1 stronger! 10 beautiful toes and 10 beautiful fingers all accounted for, and big momma is doing great! #blessedBeyondBelief," Gaines' husband Chip, 43, wrote on his own Twitter feed.

The Fixer Upper stars recently celebrated their 15th wedding anniversary. They announced last month they were expecting their fifth child.

In April, Fixer Upper ended in April after a five-season run on HGTV. They remodeled houses in the Waco, Texas, area.

I like that 'Fixer Upper' show. I rather enjoy that HGTV channel, too. It's got some good programs.

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Heather Locklear arrested for allegedly assaulting police, EMT
Heather Locklear was arrested Sunday and faces two misdemeanor counts of battery against police and emergency personnel.

Locklear was placed into custody at her home in Ventura County, Calif., after police were called to the residence a second time. Police first responded to another disturbance, but determined no crime had occurred, TMZ reported citing law enforcement sources.

The actress was said to be heavily intoxicated when a family member called police. She allegedly attacked an officer attempting to separate her from members of her family and kicked an EMT while being put onto a gurney.

Locklear is still being held at the Ventura County jail as she cannot be released on bail before appearing in court due to the nature of the crime, USA Today reported. The court hearing is set for Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. PT with bail set at $20,000.

Locklear was recently hospitalized following a 911 call and was arrested in February for domestic violence and battery on a police officer and emergency personnel.

Gloria Estefan to guest star on 'One Day at a Time'
Singer-songwriter Gloria Estefan announced on social media Monday she will guest star on the Netflix sitcom One Day at a Time.

"So excited to announce that I'll finally be guest starring on @odaatnetflix I'll be playing Mirtha, Lydia's baby sister and arch-nemesis. I'm coming for you, Alvarez family! #ODAAT," Estefan wrote on Twitter and Instagram.

The One Day at a Time Twitter feed featured a link to Estefan's message, along with the words, "Familia are you ready?"

The show was renewed in March for a third season. It follows a loving, functional family led by Justina Machado's Penelope Alvarez, a U.S. Army Nursing Corps veteran and single mom who is working in a doctor's office and raising her teenage children Elena and Alex -- played by Isabella Gomez and Marcel Ruiz -- in Los Angeles with the help of her Cuban-born mother Lydia, played by Rita Moreno.

One Day at a Time is the remake of a series developed by revolutionary writer-producer Norman Lear, which ran from 1975 to 1984. It starred Bonnie Franklin as a divorcee living in Indianapolis with her teenage daughters, played by Valerie Bertinelli and Mackenzie Phillips.

"If Gwen and I were being honest right now, talking about this, I think in the back of our minds we both kind of thought, 'This is a rebound deal.'"
--Blake Shelton, on how he and longterm girlfriend Gwen Stefani first saw their relationship while they were going through their respective divorces, on Sunday TODAY with Willie Geist

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Which 'That '70s Show' star is returning to 'NCIS' and signed a production deal with CBS?

Russell Crowe to play Roger Ailes in Showtime series
Oscar-winning actor Russell Crowe signed on to play media mogul Roger Ailes in a Showtime limited series, the network announced Monday.

Showtime did not say when the project is expected to debut in its announcement on Twitter.

The program will be an adaptation of Gabriel Sherman's book The Loudest Voice in the Room.

Ailes died in May 2017 of complications from a fall in his Florida home. He was 77.

He resigned from Fox News -- where he served as chairman and chief executive officer since the network's inception in 1996 -- amid sexual harassment allegations in July 2016.

Crowe's credits include L.A. Confidential, Gladiator, A Beautiful Mind, American Gangster, Cinderella Man and Les Miserables. He will soon be heard narrating the documentary Turtle Odyssey.

AMC cancels Kevin Smith's 'Comic Book Men'
Filmmaker Kevin Smith announced on his podcast that his pop culture-themed docu-series Comic Book Men won't return for an eighth season.

"After 96 episodes, the @ComicBookMenAMC are now the Cancelled Book Men. On a new #SModcast, hear Walt, Bry, Ming, Mike & I hold a Viking funeral for our @AMC_TV show and reminisce about the happy highlights of seven seasons!

Set in a New Jersey comic-book and memorabilia store, the show starred Smith and his friends Walt Flanagan, Bryan Johnson, Mike Zapcic and Ming Chen.

Smith suffered a massive heart attack in March, but has since been on the mend and resumed his stand-up comedy tour. He is also known for starring in, writing and directing the films Clerks, Dogma, Chasing Amy, Mallrats and Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back.

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Which 'That '70s Show' star is returning to 'NCIS' and signed a production deal with CBS?

Wilmer Valderrama has signed two deals with CBS including one to keep him on NCIS and another for his WV Entertainment studio to develop projects for the network.

The actor, who portrays Special Agent Nick Torres on NCIS, will be returning for the long-running drama's upcoming 16th season with the option to return for a potential 17th season, Deadline reported.

Valderrama joined NCIS in Season 14 with first contract coming to an end with Season 15.

WV Entertainment meanwhile, has signed a first-look deal with CBS to develop scripted and unscripted projects with a focus on diversity.

"As someone who immigrated to the United States at 14 years old, I am immensely passionate about this opportunity to create engaging and culturally relevant projects with CBS Television Studios," Valderrama said in a statement.

Valderrama has produced through WV Entertainment The Hollywood Puppet Show for Fuse, Handy Manny for Playhouse Disney and Douglas Family Gold for Oxygen. He is producing and will be voicing upcoming animated film Charming.