On Sept. 1, 1998 — 20 years ago this week — a phenomenon was born: "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone," the opening installment in what would become J.K. Rowling's epic saga, was published in the U.S.
John Travolta appeared in a stage version but played a very different role, and Rydell High was based on a real school. Jim Jacobs, one of the show’s creators, has the low-down.
Released on June 16, 1978, Grease helped establish John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John as bona fide superstars and went on to become the highest-grossing movie musical of all time (a title the film held until last year, when it was passed by Disney’s live-action Beauty and the Beast). Adapted from
During an interview with Yahoo Entertainment, Season 19 winner Ribeiro revealed some secrets to becoming the crowned champion of “Dancing with the Stars.”
We caught up with some of your favorite stars from the world of television on the Emmys red carpet. And we bet you didn’t know that while many of them are nominated for their respective TV shows, they’ve also taken home plenty of awards outside of acting, too.
At the Emmy Awards red carpet, we asked today’s biggest stars to reminisce about their first non-acting jobs, because, hey, we all had to start somewhere!
Soleil Moon Frye and Melissa Joan Hart talk about the possibilities of rebooting 'Punky,' as well as 'Sabrina, the Teenage Witch' and 'Clarissa Explains It All.'
Yahoo TV whipped up a handy catch-up guide, so you’ll be all set for the big night. In the words of Erlich Bachman, we wouldn’t want you to suffer from FOMO.