The Truth About Rosemary Kennedy's Lobotomy

There was one Kennedy that the world never got to know: Rosemary, the third of Joseph P. Kennedy and Rose’s nine children.

Born in 1918, she was mentally impaired and never truly fit in with her family.

“The shame of her disability was our family secret,” says her nephew Timothy Shriver, 55, who includes her story in his new book, Fully Alive.

Katie Holmes to Reprise Role as Jackie Kennedy

Look who’s about to don the pillbox hat again!

Katie Holmes will reprise her role as Jacqueline Kennedy in a new Reelz Channel miniseries to be called The Kennedys: After Camelot, the network announced.

Holmes, who starred in the 2011 miniseries The Kennedys that also aired on Reelz, was given extra incentive to reprise the former First Lady role – the 35-year-old will serve as an executive producer and direct one of the four installments.

Relive Our Chat with Killing Kennedy's Ginnifer Goodwin on Twitter!

Ginnifer Goodwin knows a thing or two about bringing fairy tales to life on Once Upon a Time. And now, she’s ready to conjure up Camelot.

The actress channels Jackie Kennedy opposite Rob Lowe as the 35th U.S. president in the upcoming TV movie Killing Kennedy, airing Sunday (8 p.m. ET) on the National Geographic Channel.

Taylor Swift Buys Home Near the Kennedys on Cape Cod

After getting a taste of the Kennedy lifestyle this summer, Taylor Swift apparently feels she could get used to it.

What Did You Watch on a Busy Sunday Night of TV?

The nation’s DVRs were surely working overtime on Sunday night, with a whole host of high-profile programming jostling for attention.

You had three major premieres: The Kennedys, starring Katie Holmes and Greg Kinnear, on ReelzChannel; The Killing, featuring Mireille Enos, on AMC; and The Borgias, with Jeremy Irons, on Showtime.

History Channel Won't Show Katie Holmes Miniseries The Kennedys

Who says you can’t change history?

The ambitious eight-part miniseries The Kennedys, starring Katie Holmes and Greg Kinnear, will no longer be shown on the History Channel in the United States this spring.