On night one of the "Dancing With the Stars" finale, four couples competed for the final three spots heading into the second half of the finale.
"The Big Scary U" episode of The Walking Dead was all about relationships. Negan and Gabriel go to confession, while Daryl and Rick duke it out.
Ben Affleck visited "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert" to promote his new film "Justice League." But instead he found himself promoting women's rights and gender equality in the wake of recent sexual misconduct scandals.
Sarah Silverman took a moment at the top of her new show I Love You, America to address the recent sexual misconduct allegations against comedian Louis C.K.
During "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert," the host took a rather long moment to eviscerate People magazine's newest "Sexiest Man Alive," Blake Shelton.
Lots of shade was thrown when Boyz II Men and Rascal Flatts collided on "Drop the Mic." The country band had its hands full with the famed R&B group.
Everyone was excited as the “Dancing With the Stars” semifinals got underway. Contestants with a strong background in dance made the best showing. And one leading contender emerged.
"The Walking Dead" was all about Ezekiel, as the king emerged from his human shield only to find his beloved friends turned into walkers.
Country singer Keith Urban tried to take a stand for women with a special song at the recent CMA Awards. Stephen Colbert acknowledged Urban’s good intentions but spoofed his lyrics.
With Taylor Swift’s album “Reputation” due to be released on Nov. 10, she decided to debut one song a few hours ahead of time. Some viewers of “Scandal” didn’t seem to be impressed, but you can be sure that any Swift fans who happened to be watching were.
Lord of the Rings star turned Stranger Things star, Sean Astin, visited The Late Show With Stephen Colbert. And he surprised the host by crashing his monologue in his undies.
Country music superstars Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley hosted the 51st Annual "CMA Awards." And we soon learned that their claim of a "politics-free" show, was fake news as they teased Donald Trump with a parody song.
On "The Walking Dead," some of the characters found themselves wrestling with the morality of mercilessly killing Saviors in the name of righteousness.
"Arrow" finally gave viewers a glimpse of bad-guy super-hacker Cayden James. You may recognize Michael Emerson, the actor playing Cayden, because he also played good-guy super-hacker Harold Finch on "Person of Interest."
Hillary Rodham Clinton visited "The Daily Show With Trevor Noah" where she critiqued President Donald Trump's response to the New York City terrorist attack.
“Tomorrow and the next day New Yorkers will wake up and keep going. Because in an uncertain world one thing is sure: New Yorkers will never live in fear."