“Better Call Saul” co-creator and “Breaking Bad” veteran Peter Gould is one of the most successful writers in Hollywood, but it wasn’t always so. In the early 2000s, he tried unsuccessfully to get HBO to make his project about the Clinton-Lewinsky saga — with shadow puppets. Listen to Gould explain the project — and offer some excellent writing advice — in our new “Shoot This Now” podcast.
A historic and highly emotional all-star tribute to Aretha Franklin took place Friday at the Greater Grace Temple in the Queen of Soul's home city of Detroit.
Critics of behaviors at Aretha Franklin's funeral are calling out pulpit selfies, Bill Clinton worship, and Ariana Grande’s “club dress."
Donald Trump Jr. chimed in on Twitter with a critical examination of President Bill Clinton’s response questions on "Today" regarding his affair with Monica Lewinsky.
Muhammad Ali's surprise appearance at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta was a secret held, at one time, by only five people in the world.
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Patrick Dempsey, Brad Paisley, and other celebrities remember the late first lady for her wisdom, strength, and friendship.
Showtime has acquired the rights to adapt the upcoming novel from Bill Clinton and James Patterson, the network announced on Thursday.
Bill Clinton is famous for a few things (ahem) — but one of them is his dry Southern accent. Check out some celebrities who can do pretty impressive Clinton impersonations.
It’s that spoooOOOooky time of year again when The Simpsons chill us and thrill us with another Treehouse of Horror! This year’s trilogy of terror was the 27th Treehouse and 600th episode of the cartoon that just won’t die. This year’s attempt was… well, it was the 27th… so, instead, here is SuperFan TV’s Top 5 Best Treehouse of Horror Segments.
President Bill Clinton was Trevor Noah’s guest on The Daily Show Thursday and talked about many of the most important issues facing Americans in this election season. At the end of their interview, Noah wanted to thank Clinton so he got him another balloon drop. As you may recall, our former President was delighted by the one at the end of the 2016 Democratic National Convention.
All the late-night hosts spend a fair amount of time making jokes about Donald Trump, so we narrowed down the best Trump jokes of the week from the hosts.
Denis Leary joined James Corden on "The Late Late Show" to dress as Bill and Hillary Clinton, and sing a song to Donald Trump.
At first, ’90s Colbert was confused about why 2016 Colbert was in his room, but then he realized it was because Hillary was running for president.
The second day of the Democratic convention was the one that gave Hillary Clinton the formal, roll-called nomination as the party’s official candidate.
Donald Trump was on MSNBC’s Morning Joe the morning of the New Hampshire primary and played a word association game with the gang. When prompted with a name of a fellow Republican presidential candidate by host Mika Brzezinski, Trump gave one word answers. Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush led Trump to saying “loser.” Florida Senator Marco Rubio conjured up the word “confused.”
The 42nd President of the United States, Bill Clinton, stopped by The Daily Show With Jon Stewart on Wednesday night to talk politics. When Stewart asked him if he’d still be backing Hillary now that real estate mogul, Donald Trump, had entered the race, Clinton had a very even-handed response.
On The Late Show With David Letterman, Dave asked the former president if he’d move back into The White House in 2016. He says yes, if he’s asked, but reminds Dave that Hillary first has to win the nomination and the election.