Sony Pictures has closed a multi-year development and production deal with NBA superstar Stephen Curry across its film, television, and worldwide partnerships operations in the biggest media deal of any athlete to date.
Kim Zolciak-Biermann made some outrageous claims about racism during the Season 10 reunion of "Real Housewives of Atlanta." "This whole racism thing, in this day and age, is bulls***."
The newest "Westworld" arrivals are eerie echoes of some recent headlines, something that Jonathan Nolan isn't shy about.
Aly Raisman, pictured during the 2016 Summer Olympics, is speaking out about abuse in gymnastics. Dateline dug deep into the charges of abuse that have rocked the gymnastics world — but Aly Raisman says not deep enough. Raisman, who was among the more than 250 gymnasts abused by disgraced team doctor Larry Nassar, appeared on the program’s “Silent No More” special on Sunday to share her story.
ABC’s “American Idol” will air on live simulcast nationwide for the next three weeks, with the performances, voting and results being shown at the end of each show in real time across all time zones.
The commercial will air in the Washington D.C. market and encourages Trump to stick with the existing Iran nuclear deal.
Besides setting up the major storyline and stakes for Season 2, "Journey Into Night" spent some time solving old mysteries and starting fresh ones.
Jenna Elfman made her debut on 'Fear the Walking Dead' and she couldn't be more different than the free-spirited yoga instructor that made her famous in 'Dharma & Greg.'
Tommy Morrissey may only have one arm but he is currently ranked 2nd in the state of Florida and 7th in the world in golf.
After it was first revealed that Smith was paid more than the show’s star Claire Foy, the actor is now speaking out in support of his co-star’s right for pay parity, as well as a “more even playing field” for all.
The first trailer for HBO’s adaptation of "Sharp Objects" dropped tonight during the season two premiere of "Westworld" and it is definitely haunting.
Jay Feely, a former NFL kicker and Michigan teammate of Tom Brady who is now an analyst for CBS Sports, has apologized for tweeting a photo of himself posing with a handgun and standing between his daughter and her prom date.
You know what’s old news to “Westworld” fans at this point? The revelation that William (Jimmi Simpson) and the Man in Black (Ed Harris) are the same person. How the heck the sweet young character we saw in Season 1 ever became the seasoned park veteran who wants to play the darkest game Westworld has to offer.
This 'Jersey Shore' cast member has revealed why she definitely won't be back for the TV revival.
Game shows have been delighting America — nay, the world — for decades. But one game show in particular still reigns supreme in my heart: Shop 'til You Drop. So why hasn't it been rebooted yet? SEE ALSO: I tried living like Tom Brady for a week Okay, it's generic. And okay, it's extremely similar to Supermarket Sweep, a show that might actually be getting a reboot. So it's understandable that the lesser fans among us have forgotten just how great it was. But if any grocery store show (niche!) deserves a reboot, it's the nonsensical, creative masterpiece that is Shop 'til You Drop. Image: youtube/gsn Shop 'til You Drop, which appropriately aired sporadically between 1991 and 2005, was, in a nutshell, way complicated. Rather than using one main idea like "trivia" or "more difficult trivia" as its foundation, this show had approximately 8,000 different mini-games, rounds, and challenges. You could be guessing the names of random household items. You could be answering pop culture trivia questions. You could be going on a shopping spree. As a child, I wanted nothing more than for an average-looking American man to guess the exact price of window cleaner so that I could cheer when he got it right. And I want that now, also. As an adult. Let's take on a trip down memory lane. Image: youtube/gsnOn Shop 'til You Drop , none of the mini-games had names. Their only legacy is the way fans like me attempted to describe them to their friends, which I assume made those friends think Shop 'til You Drop was some kind of fever dream. In one challenge, a pair of contestants stand on either side of a wall. In front of each of them: a table with a bunch of hats on it, each hat representing a country (a beret for France, etc.) One person in the pair puts on a hat. Then, out of sight of their partner, they must yell out words associated with that hat's country. Their partner must guess the country to which they are referring, then place the corresponding hat — from their own table — on their own head. This must take place in under one minute. SEE ALSO: Why is SpongeBob so damn meme-able? Let me ask you this. Who doesn't want to see Mary and Melvin guess the price of a soccer ball, then lock in their guess by putting on shorts with the corresponding price on them? (For those having trouble visualizing this, see below.) Image: youtube/gsnAnd who, pray tell, doesn't want to see a man dressed in a bunny costume dancing behind the host of Shop 'til You Drop ? A bunny whose purpose on set not even the most accomplished scholar could possibly comprehend? Image: youtube/gsnAnd who among you doesn't want to see Jason shove his head through seven celebrity posters? Who doesn't want to see Jennifer do horrible impersonations to help him guess at least four of the celebrities his face just destroyed? Image: youtube/gsnYes, I'm sure you're still thinking, "But Supermarket Sweep was still the grocery store game show of the ages, and the grocery store game show that rules my heart." But hear me out. Supermarket Sweep consisted primarily of contestants running as fast as they could through a grocery store with a grocery list and trying to get the most expensive items. And you can do that any day so long as you nanny for a rich couple on the Upper West Side. It's child's play. Shop 'til You Drop is something much better, much deeper. Like, imagine you thought of Supermarket Sweep , but fell down, hit your head on the pavement, then tried to remember what your original idea was. It's like that. I'm still thinking about Shop 'til You Drop , and you should too. Bringing this show back may not be what America thinks it wants, but it's what I want. And it's the change America needs. WATCH: Netflix’s comedy ‘Everything Sucks’ is pure ‘90s nostalgia
Remember the girl who was in awe of Michelle Obama's official portrait? So does "Scandal" creator Shonda Rhimes, who had a painting of Olivia Pope inspire the same reaction.
After Nicole Eggert accused Scott Baio of forcing their former “Charles in Charge” co-star Josie Davis to remove her pants for him when she was 13 years old, Davis has come out to say no way.
"The price you'd have to pay if there was a reckoning ... that reckoning is here." Season 2 of the HBO drama "Westworld" all but invites you to view Evan Rachel Wood's role as a metaphor for the current #TimesUp moment in the culture.
The cast joined creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy at the Tribeca premiere of Season 2, but the audience Q&A didn't make it past the first question.