Here are our pop culture picks for April 12-18, including the best deals we could find for each.
During Sunday’s "Last Week Tonight With John Oliver," the host called out President Biden for failing to live up to his promises of refugee admissions reform.
On Sunday, the teen Luke Bryan has already declared the winner pulled a page straight out of Season 7 champ David Cook’s playbook.
Shaka King talks about his long journey to make the Oscar-nominated Fred Hampton story "Judas and the Black Messiah."
Billy Crystal reveals how his real-life friendship with Mickey Mantle inspired his baseball movie favorite on its 20th anniversary.
The new Captain America has blood on his shield in the latest episode of the blockbuster Disney+ series.
"Thunder Force" stars Melissa McCarthy, Octavia Spencer, Bobby Cannavale and Pom Klementieff and writer/director Ben Falcone talk new superhero comedy.
The Goldbergs dedicated Wednesday’s episode to beloved actor George Segal who passed away in March from complications following heart surgery.
The judges were aghast when guest host Niecy Nash was suddenly allowed to veto their vote — but eventually, this rule change made sense.
Aaron Sorkin, actor Yahya-Abdul Mateen II and the rest of the cast of "The Trial of the Chicago 7" on recreating the horrific real-life moment the Black Panther leader is detained in the courtroom.
Journalist Ronan Farrow appeared on "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert" on Tuesday, where he discussed a U.S. Capitol rioter who he interviewed.
Millan struck down the notion that Major has issues because he’s a rescue, saying that just because he’s a rescue, doesn’t mean he’s broken.
Morgan claims Markle was making stuff up in her interview with Oprah Winfrey, even going so far as to compare the duchess to former President Donald Trump.
Kelly is the queen of covers, but on Monday's episode of 'The Voice,' she said there's one tune that she believes is untouchable.
Crews was only five years old, when he realized he would need strength to one day fight his abusive father.
"You made us turn around on every note to say, ‘Hey, I’m here.’ And we noticed exactly what you were doing," said Lionel Richie.
Here are our pop culture picks for April 5-11, including the best deals we could find for each.
Sunday night was one for the record books as all four of the film awards from the Screen Actors Guild Awards went to people of color, while "Trial of the Chicago 7," "The Crown" and "Schitt's Creek" win top trophies.
This felt like a classic episode, when McPhee, the runner-up from the all-time highest-rated 'Idol' season, teamed with a belter on par with Kelly Clarkson or Jennifer Hudson.
Marvel's latest hit-maker reflects on the frustrations he faced navigating Hollywood before writing "Empire" and creating "The Falcon and the Winter Soldier."