'Cheers' co-creator James Burrows on being surprised by Ted Danson's desire to leave the show 25 years after the series finale.
Ed Alonzo (Max on "Saved by the Bell") has some surprising connections to some major Hollywood stars.
Four-time Oscar nominee Ed Harris shares his thoughts on his surprisingly diverse decades-long career in movies and television.
The director and cast reveal some bonkers facts about the baseball classic on its 25th anniversary.
Erinn Hayes left "Kevin Can Wait" in a bizarre way, and Bryan Cranston didn't hesitate to hire her immediately for "The Dangerous Book for Boys."
'Beetlejuice' writer Larry Wilson shared some information about the movie fans might be surprised to learn.
Award-winning actress took the initiative and decided to cash in on the first published photograph of son Milo in 2001.
Camryn Manheim is aware that her role in "Living Biblically" was originally written as a black character but feels the new CBS sitcom has made an effort to be inclusive.
Camryn Manheim explains how her new CBS sitcom, "Living Biblically," will handle faith, skepticism, and eventually homosexuality.
In 2003, Kel Mitchell was one among several actors and comedians "Saturday Night Live" auditioned on their New York stage. We got Mitchell to share with us some of his characters from that failed audition.
Actor and cast discuss his "emotional" return to complete the film a year after a debilitating on-set accident.
Bryan Cranston explains how his new series "Electric Dreams" was stimulated by the success of "Black Mirror."
Some ancient beasts got into the background of what was supposed to be a serious live discussion of the tax bill. The reporter later tossed it off with “Jurassic Park” references.
Hosts Brian Kilmeade, Leland Vittert, and Lisa Boothe criticized former President Barack Obama and others who have objected to President Trump and the Republican agenda.
Darthvader Williamson is a really nice guy … who happens to bear the name of the legendary “Star Wars” character. Watch and learn.
If you’re one of the lucky 500 or so people to make it on Wheel of Fortune as a contestant, Yahoo Entertainment is here for you. While visiting the iconic game show’s set in Culver City, Calif., we chatted with Pat Sajak and Vanna White and asked them for advice on how to walk away a winner. “There
"It's almost an unfathomable number, because television doesn't usually work like that, and none of us suspected that it would, and yet here we are," says Sajak.
Actor who played Perry White in "Man of Steel" and "Batman v Superman" will play Ant-Man ally Bill Foster in upcoming sequel.
Actress explains how she came dangerously close to plummeting to her doom in a famous scene from the 1980s comedy.