The “Stay (I Missed You)” singer-songwriter has earned a whole new generation of fans with her growing collection of clever, catchy children's music.
Reimagining the portly present-giver in wonderfully weird ways, these out-there winter sagas care little for tradition ... and, in some cases, even less for lucidity. “Bad Santa,” “Santa Claus Conquers the Martians,” “Christmas Evil,” and more.
Paul Fusco, who created and voiced ALF, tells us the true -- and truly heartbreaking -- story behind "ALF's Special Christmas," which premiered precisely 30 years ago on Dec. 14, 1987.
Ryan Reynolds, Hugh Jackman, and others chime in on the deal that will reunite the Marvel Universe and bring "The Simpsons" alongside Disney princesses.
TLC is doubling down on real-world polygamy family drama, as the network of "Sister Wives" adds "Seeking Sister Wife" to its lineup.
Fox News finished out 2017 as the most-watched basic cable channel for the second year in a row — and as the most influential purveyor of fake news.
Art students have transformed Ralph McQuarrie's earliest concept art into a trailer for an alternate galaxy far, far away.
Even if you're not one of those 53 diehard "A Christmas Prince" fans, Netflix probably has something embarrassing on you. So confess it to us first!
As 2017 winds down, we can’t help but think of the celebrities who defied this dumpster fire of a year to shine brightly, give mightily, bring us hope, and make us love them all the more. To celebrate Hanukkah, here are the eight celebs (or groups of celebs) who lit up this year, giving us hope for a bigger and better 2018!
See who was voted Best Comeback, Biggest Disappointment, Best Death Scene, and Saddest Breakup as well.
On night two, the Killers brought the festive holiday vibes, not only by covering two songs by canceled headliner Morrissey but also by paying tribute to the photographers at the venue.
UPDATED: Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme can be seen violently kicking a female photographer in the face in a video taken at KROQ Acoustic Christmas on Saturday. Chelsea Lauren, a photographer for Shutterstock, which has a licensing partership with Variety owner Penske Media, said the incident was unprovoked and that Homme was even smiling before he struck her. Homme released a statement Sunday, characterizing the incident as an accident.
The show muffed its attempt to deal with sexual misconduct, which was a real misfire given Al Franken’s recent announcement. Otherwise, though, the show was great.
Many of our dreams of Christmas come from the silver screen, and many of the songs do too. Here’s a Yuletide playlist for film lovers, ranging from classic to cult favorite to “Santa’s Super Sleigh.”
In case Netflix hasn’t already suggested it for you, A Christmas Prince is an original holiday movie starring iZombie’s Rose McIver as Amber, an ambitious young editor at a tabloid who gets a huge first writing assignment because none of the reporters can be bothered to spend the two weeks before Christmas in the country of Aldovia waiting to see if misunderstood “playboy prince” Richard (Ben Lamb) will abdicate the throne or follow in his late father’s footsteps. It has most of the tropes you’ve come to know and love in Hallmark’s princely Christmas originals: snowball fights that prove the royal is down-to-earth, a heroine who has only ridden a horse in Central Park before, a makeover that culminates in an entrance down a grand staircase, and a proposal in the street outside her blue-collar father’s establishment.
It’s a debate almost as old as the holiday season itself: Is Die Hard a Christmas movie or is it just an action movie that takes place at Christmas? In fact, when we made our own list of the best contemporary holiday movie classics, we cited John McTiernan’s classic as a reason for picking several titles that hew to the spirt — if not the snow-covered, candy cane-flavored letter — of the season. This Friday, writer-director Ron Shelton gifts audiences with another version of a holiday movie in the form of Just Getting Started, an action comedy that unfolds in the dry desert heat of a Palm Springs Christmas.
Actor Scott Schwartz takes us deep inside the stuck-tongue scene of the holiday classic "A Christmas Story."
The TODAY anchors weigh in on whether certain Christmas trends are naughty or nice, like half-Christmas trees that save space. “I do like the practicality for people who live in small places,” Savannah Guthrie says.