Aug 24, 2012
This Week in Entertainment: Aug. 24, 2012
In a June 16, 1965 file photo, actor William Windom poses for a photo at his home in Los Angeles.
William Windom obituary
It may well be that the American actor William Windom, who has died aged 88 of congestive heart failure, appeared as a guest star in more TV series than anyone else in the history of the medium.
Kimmel moving into thick of late-night fight
Barnes & Noble says its fiscal first-quarter loss narrowed, lifted by sales of e-books and other digital content as well as sales of the "Fifty Shades of Grey" series at its bookstores.
Nicki Minaj in 'Idol' talks
Kelly Ripa will reveal her new co-host on "Live! With Kelly" Sept. 4, reports Associated Press.
Deaths elsewhere: William Windom, 88, comedic actor
A 1980 file photo provided by CBS shows actor William Windom as Amos Krebs in "Dallas." Windom, who won an Emmy Award for his turn in the TV comedy series "My World And Welcome To It," died Thursday, Aug.