On Sunday night’s WWE "No Mercy 2017," John Cena was defeated by Roman Reigns in what appears to be a passing of the torch for the superstar.
Andy Cohen pulled out an old video of "Curb Your Enthusiasm" star Susie Essman roasting Donald Trump back in 2004.
On "Last Week Tonight With John Oliver," the host discussed how small businesses are being crushed or swallowed up by big ones. He pointed out that some small-sounding companies actually aren’t and even brought his own show into it.
On Sunday’s "Keeping Up With the Kardashians - 10th Anniversary Special," host Ryan Seacrest treated the studio audience and viewers at home to the original sales tape that was used to sell the show to the E! network back in 2007.
The new “Star Trek: Discovery” is boldly going where no "Trek" series has gone before in two ways — one that fans love and one they hate.
Even though the two dated for 15 years before being wed, Parsons said their marriage last May has taken their relationship to a new level.
Seth MacFarlane's "The Orville" proves the series has the balls to tackle culturally relevant subjects while daring to deliver an unconventional ending.
About four months ago, Olivia Newton-John found out that her breast cancer, from which she was in remission for 25 years, had returned and had metastasized.
The nearest subway trains are the J and the Z … and that, friends, is how Jay-Z got his rapper name. That's according to "Saturday Night Live"'s hilarious faux Shawn Carter biopic. Jay-Z is the musical guest for next week’s 43rd season premiere, so we dug up this clip from 2015.
Ben Stiller, Fred Armisen and Jimmy Fallon perform in the little-known teen drama “Speak For Yourself” where they lip-sync each other's lines.
On the “Put It Down” episode of South Park, creators called out “The President” for inciting violence with North Korea on Twitter.
One of the most dramatic and explosive seasons of “Big Brother” has come to an end, and the finale was a total shock to everyone.
The grand finale of "America’s Got Talent" came down to the two youngest competitors, 10-year-old singer Angelica Hale and 12-year-old ventriloquist Darci Lynne Farmer. But in the end, there could only be one winner — and America chose Darci Lynne.