Stars Scott Bakula and Kathy Ireland share memories from the making of "Necessary Roughness" as 1991 football comedy turns 30.
While Alexander and other stars aired ‘grievances’ with the Television Academy, Dr. Phil showed up with some sage advice on how to finally win an Emmy.
On the 12th season premiere of "It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia," Frank, Charlie, Mac, Dennis, and Sweet Dee find themselves in a classic body swap scenario.
Scott Bakula’s TV career has spanned 30 years, and when the NCIS: New Orleans star stopped by our studio, we asked him to reminisce about some of our favorite roles.
On The Late Show, Stephen Colbert showed an old clip from Quantum Leap where Dr. Beckett leaped into the body of a 1950s New York cab driver and influenced a young Donald Trump to get into real estate. Colbert then blamed Scott Bakula for Trump’s rise to power and decided to make a leap back to when Trump was a young boy to try to stop him. After some effects reminiscent of the early 90s, Colbert found himself in the cab with Scott Bakula, where he helped Scott talk a young Trump out of going into politics.
It’s hard to believe that 2015 marks 10 years since the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, but NCIS: New Orleans has found a unique way to mark the anniversary of one the deadliest tropical storms in U.S. history. On Tuesday, the CBS police procedural will air a present day episode mixed with pre and post-Katrina footage. Yahoo TV has an exclusive first look at the upcoming NCIS: NOLA episode “Billy and the Kid,” which features a throwback storyline about a murder case that NOPD deputy sheriff Christopher Lasalle (Lucas Black) worked on right before Katrina — but never solved because the historic storm washed away most of the evidence. Except the victim’s car, that is, which NCIS Special Agent Dwayne “King” Pride (Scott Bakula) is combing through during the Katrina cleanup as part of a separate theft investigation.