Hello, old friends — and by friends, we mean our favorite TV shows. And as with any friend who’s been away for some time, it's nice to catch up on what's been going on and discover what's new.
"People come up to me still and say, 'I'll never forget the look on your face when that guy died,'" Dick Cavett says. Here, he shares the story of what really happened with guest J.I. Rodale.
After CNN president Jeff Zucker called Fox News "a pure propaganda machine," Fox News' Tucker Carlson dubbed Zucker "an agent of foreign governments." Sean Hannity called him "the king of porn" for CNN's coverage of Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal.
Parkland shooting survivors sat down with Trevor Noah to have an honest conversation about how they respectfully engage in conversations about gun control, despite opposing views.
Spring is here! Enjoy the warmer weather and longer days by loading up your DVR and spending more time in front of the TV. Check out our picks of the 10 must-see new TV series this season.
HBO unveiled a chilling new poster for "Westworld." Several members of the show’s cast each tweeted out a series of twisty clues that unlocked the poster and led people to the show’s website, discoverwestworld.com.
We make our pitch for four spinoffs that could carry on the future of “The X-Files,” even if the Season 10 finale is indeed the last time we'll see Dana Scully. Vote for your favorite.
Six-year-old Carden Corts delivered a hilarious weather forecast that quickly went viral. His dad, Charlie, spoke to Yahoo Entertainment about the making of this internet gem.
If you were hoping to get some serious scoop on the final season of “The Americans” out of Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys when they appeared on “The Late Show” on Wednesday, you were probably disappointed. To be fair, Colbert made a point of bringing up how the FX drama is often pretty much “soft core porn,” with Rhys and Russell being put in comprising “sexy times” regularly.
Yes, the "Grey's Anatomy" spinoff has firehouse hookups, but also cringeworthy dialogue. It lets you know how low it's setting the bar for itself right from the start.
James Corden felt he deserved compensation for his time when the diva left him waiting in her living room for over 2 hours.
Rod Stewart commented on the retirement announcement of longtime friend Elton John, and it doesn’t sound like he’s into it.
Andy Cohen took a break from the clubhouse to pop over to "Riverdale," and fans immediately took to Twitter to throw shade.
During the "Big Bang Theory" panel at PaleyFest, the cast and producers also talked about the forthcoming Bill Gates episode and remembered Stephen Hawking.
Cynthia Nixon brushed off a comment from a politician who referred to her as an “unqualified lesbian” while dismissing her campaign for governor of New York.
Mark Zuckerberg apologizes for Facebook's handling of the data breach, says he'll testify before Congress, and addresses election meddling.
References to the Man of Steel's various comic book and cinematic incarnations abound throughout the premiere of Syfy's new prequel series. The biggest Easter eggs we spotted...