'Jeopardy' puzzled some viewers and Beatles fans Tuesday night with a Final Jeopardy round that may have misinterpreted the band’s 1964 hit “Eight Days a Week.”
On "Megyn Kelly Today," Tatum O'Neal talked about her estranged relationship with her father, actor Ryan O’Neal, and appeared to want to mend the relationship: “I want to say to my dad, if you're watching this, I love you, I've always loved you, and forgiveness is the best policy.”
As part of Jennifer Lawrence’s appearance on 'Ellen,' the host brought up her recent '60 Minutes' interview — specifically the part when the show uncovered some embarrassing art she painted at 16.
This will be Justin Timberlake’s third time performing at the big game. His previous shows featured Aerosmith, Britney Spears, and his infamous wardrobe malfunction with Janet Jackson.
Rose McGowan appeared on "The View" to discuss her upcoming book “Brave” and the struggles she has faced since her encounter with Harvey Weinstein 20 years ago.
Justin Timberlake took time away from rehearsing for the Super Bowl 52 halftime show and his upcoming tour to wish Ellen DeGeneres a happy 60th birthday.
Logan Paul is back vlogging on YouTube after being removed for his tone-deaf video, filmed in an infamous Japanese suicide forest. Paul sat down with a suicide attempt survivor and some leading suicide prevention experts to try to learn more about suicide.
Willem Dafoe stopped by “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert,” and he told a pretty unique story about how his budding creativity got him kicked out of high school.
Contestant Sona couldn't contain her excitement when she was called onstage. She was so enthusiastic that she almost knocked Drew Carey offstage.
Olympic gymnast Shannon Miller spoke out against convicted sex abuser Larry Nassar, the former USA Gymnastics doctor, and the issues surrounding the organization on Today.
During a lively interview with “Grace and Frankie” co-stars Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin, Hoda Kotb asked a simple question: “How long have you two been friends?”
In “This week in games shows," watch as Steve Harvey loses his cool and one "Jeopardy" contestant confuse a rocker with a rapper.
On "This Morning," Mitch Byers sits down to be interviewed with his adorable Jack Russell, Phoebe. The most important thing to tell you about Phoebe is that she died in 2013. The now stuffed Phoebe helps to create a bizarre interview.
After being recognized in the latest Kennedy Center Honors, Lionel Richie sat down with "CBS This Morning" to discuss the award and to gave insight into some of the songs that helped make him a legend.
Ansel Elgort joined “Late Night With Seth Meyers,” where he talked about Jamie Foxx's DJ skills behind-the-scenes while filming “Baby Driver.”
Check out all kinds of nutty moments on “This Week in Game Shows!” — including an NSFW response on “Family Feud” and a big Plinko winner on “The Price Is Right.”
The popular American playwright Lin-Manuel Miranda stopped by Ellen Degeneres’s “Show Me More Show” to perform his smash musical in record time, with a little help Ellen’s 7-year-old presidential expert, Macey Hensley.
Sometimes hard to get back into the swing of things after a long weekend. That seemed especially true with game shows so watch the hijinks, mishaps and awkward answers ensue on ‘This Week in Game shows!’ Watch as Steve Harvey can’t believe one contestant’s middle name on ‘This Week In Game Show.’
“Certain people in Hollywood are people to avoid, privately. You know what you're getting into if you go to a hotel room alone,” Pamela Anderson said in an interview with Megyn Kelly.
A stray cat in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., is making headlines after she got her head stuck in a mayo jar — and not in a cute way. But don’t worry, this has a happy ending.
‘This Week in Game Shows’ features Jeopardy darling Austin Rogers and a pair of Wheel of Fortune contestants losing out on a $1 million.
Jaden Smith celebrated his first appearance on the Late Late show With James Corden by bringing something special to share, his old dreadlocks.
Austin Rogers is back for the Tournament of Champions and ready to bring some laughs to a normally tense competition.
Thirteen-going-on-30 star Mark Ruffalo was on "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert" to promote his upcoming film, "Thor: Ragnarok." He told Colbert about how his promotion of the movie almost got him fired from the next Marvel film.