Cate Blanchett to Play Lucille Ball in Aaron Sorkin-Penned Biopic

Mila, You Got Some 'Splainin to Do: Wilmer Valderrama Wants His That '70s Show Costar Kunis as the Lucy to His Ricky

Fez and Jackie together again? Yes please!

Among his many roles, Wilmer Valderrama has his eyes set on one in particular … but it requires a special partner.

“I want to play Desi Arnaz,” Valderrama, 35, said recently at the Television Critics’ Association press tour. “I am having conversations with a number of people to hopefully make that real.”

Artist Who Created 'Scary' Lucille Ball Sculpture Offers to Fix It for Free

The sculptor who created a sculpture of Lucille Ball that created an outcry in her hometown and calls for its removal is now offering to fix it for free.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus Surpasses Lucille Ball's Record & Makes Emmy History

We all love Lucy, but when it comes to Emmy nominations, Julia Louis-Dreyfus finally has the iconic comedienne beat.

On Thursday, the erstwhile Seinfeld star made Emmy history when she received her 14th Emmy nomination in the category of outstanding lead actress in a comedy series, surpassing the record long-held by I Love Lucy star – and enduring TV favorite – Lucille Ball.

Modern Family Cast Poses as Old TV Favorites

Hold the laugh track!

Modern Family is already a TV classic – but members of its cast are looking to the past and paying homage to iconic shows in a new photo. In this exclusive shot, the ensemble from ABC’s Emmy-winning hit comedy takes on the personas (in full hair and makeup) of beloved characters from 60-plus years of classic sitcoms. For fuller-sized images, click through the carousel of photos above.

Who among these was your favorite?

Doris Singleton, I Love Lucy Actress, Dies at 92

Doris Singleton, a character actress and comedian best known as Lucy and Ricky Ricardo s neighbor – and Lucy’s frequent frenemy – Carolyn Appleby on I Love Lucy, has died, Lucie Arnaz, the daughter of Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, confirmed.

Lucille Ball Lovingly Remembered on Her 100th Birthday

Of course, Lucille Ball made us laugh. Think of the grape stomping. The chocolate factory. Locking herself in a freezer.

She even made us cry. Remember when she told Ricky they were having a baby?

Saturday marks what would have been the 100th birthday of everybody’s favorite redhead, arguably the 20th century’s most popular clown, unquestionably the Queen of Television.

Lucille Ball Photo a Highlight of Bob Hope Auction

An autographed photograph of Lucille Ball that hung in Bob Hope’s office fetched more than $6,500 at auction this weekend, in a sale of Hope memorabilia.

Proceeds from the sale, which raised more than $600,000, will go to benefit the Bob and Dolores Hope Foundation, which helps charities that were close to the late comic legend.

The photo of Ball, in her Lucy Ricardo guise playing a toothless gypsy, is inscribed to “Rapid Robert” – Hope’s nickname because of his quick-fire comic delivery – and says, “Because he loves beauty. XX Lucy.”

America Still Loves Lucy

Lucille Ball, who would have turned 94 last Saturday and has been gone for more than 16 years, is America’s most beloved dead star, according to the national testing company that measures the popularity ratings of celebrities.

“What is there not to like about Lucy?” Steve Levitt, president of Marketing Evaluations, Inc., tells the Associated Press.

Lucy's Final Resting Place: A Quandary

The ashes of TV’s favorite redhead, Lucille Ball, who died in 1989 at the age of 77, could be in for a little traveling – which actually sounds like something that might have happened to her TV persona, Lucy Ricardo. (Remember the time Lucy tried to smuggle a cheese from Switzerland through U.S.