The class of 2018 went all out this year with creatively designed caps paying homage to favorite singers, actors, and shows.
Ansari was accused of sexual misconduct in January by an anonymous woman claiming the comedian pressured her sexually during a date.
Pop TV is partnering with Scary Mommy, a digital platform voicing the hardships (and joys!) of being a new parent, as the network is set to premiere Season 2 of “Hollywood Darlings” on Wednesday. The deal kicks off with a three-minute “mini-episode” of Scary Mommy’s new show, “Lullaby League,” being showcased when “Darlings” airs at 8 p.m. on Wednesday. Hosted by Jim O’Heir of “Parks and Recreation” fame, “Lullaby League” pits a capella groups against each other as they attempt to sing crying babies to sleep.
Leslie Knope, aka Amy Poehler, and her cohorts from "Parks and Recreation" definitely didn't appreciate being used in an NRA promotion.
Now that "Jane the Virgin" fans can buy Jane Gloriana Villanueva's book "Snow Falling," we look back on other books by fictional characters that were published in real life, from “Lost,” “Twin Peaks,” “Castle,” and more.
Aug. 1 is National Girlfriend Day, a day for women to celebrate their special bond of friendship. And what better way to honor the day than with a look at the five best life lessons about friendship learned from some of television’s most famous girlfriends?
Comedian Chris Rock recently revealed that he was the one who convinced fellow comedian Aziz Ansari to go after Donald Trump during his opening monologue on Saturday Night Live the day after the president’s inauguration. Rock told New York magazine that Ansari ran his set by him and Rock persuaded him to get political: “I remember he was running his [monologue] set by me, and he was going to do all this relationship stuff.
Although the show wrapped up its seven-season run on Feb. 24, 2015 — well before current POTUS even Donald Trump announced his candidacy — it proved remarkably prescient about so much of what unfolded through the 2016 election season, from the mood of the electorate to certain gaffes and foibles committed by both politicians and the media.
Through TV history, starting with I Love Lucy in the ‘50s, shows have had to figure out how to address actresses’ real-life pregnancies on screen. Scandal had to answer this question a second time this season when star Kerry Washington announced she was expecting another child.
On Tuesday’s "Conan," Chris Pratt reveals a bond he shares with "Parks and Recreation" costars Nick Offerman and Adam Scott. It involves cameras. And poop.
Whether it’s National Drink Beer Day (Sept. 28), National Drink Wine Day (Feb. 18), National Wine Day (May 25), National Mojito Day (July 11), or just the end of a really long day at work, sometimes there’s nothing more satisfying than enjoying an alcoholic beverage with a friend. Or, if you feel like staying in, with your couch and your favorite TV character, many of whom like to imbibe from time to time. Here are 21 characters from television past and present whom we’d like to share a drink with.
You’d expect a young actress who’s starring in "Nick and Dave Need Wedding Dates" to have a party surrounded by famous co-stars, but she had quite the opposite.
In 2015, television made us laugh, it made us cry, it made us text friends “OMG?!” There were so many incredible moments that we couldn’t stop talking about on Twitter, in the office kitchen, via Skype with our moms. Related: The 26 Best TV Episodes of 2015 There were hilarious musical numbers like “Pinot Noir” on Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and Kristen Wiig’s “Chandelier” dance at the Grammys. We stopped breathing for a few minutes during thrilling fights on Justified and Daredevil.
Basketball season is almost here, and with that comes the prospect of NBA players guest starring on our favorite TV shows. Sure, nine times out of ten, these cameos turn out awkward and stilted — but that can still be funny, right? (Especially when the NBA player is a foot taller than all the other actors.) With Shaquille O'Neal guest starring on Fresh Off the Boat this week, we’re looking back at eight memorable TV guest spots from NBA players through the years.
Sure, the dance party to Springsteen was nice, but the image that truly captures the feeling of Jon Stewart’s final night as host of The Daily Show is that of the returning correspondents rushing the desk to embrace him, then jumping up and down. The reigning ruler of the White Walkers shows off his neatest power for poor, defeated Jon Snow: the ability to make the dead rise again by merely lifting his arms. In the series finale, after teaming up to dispense with serial killer Francis Dolarhyde, FBI profiler Will Graham and cannibalistic madman Hannibal Lecter collapsed into each other’s arms, exhausted, and shared an intimate embrace.
Ahead of the announcement of this year's Emmy nominations, we take another look at the shows and performances that have one last chance to earn a nod and/or take home a trophy. Watch the 67th Annual Emmy Award nominations live on Yahoo on July 16 at 11:30 a.m. ET.
We’re celebrating this new Golden Age of Television by paying tribute to our favorite 99 TV characters who’ve debuted since 'The Sopranos' premiered in 1999.