While a number of celebrities expressed their displeasure with Melania Trump's wardrobe choice on social media, Jenna Ortega took another route.
"The Jerry Springer Show" is ending after 27 seasons. We looked back at the show's 4,000 episodes to find the six things fans will miss.
During her show, Fox News host Laura Ingraham lightheartedly brushed off criticism of the first lady's choice of jacket, calling the media’s coverage “mean girl treatment.”
Netflix just released a special bonus episode of "Queer Eye," in which the guys head to Yass, Australia. Make sure you have tissues ready, as you watch the Fab 5 make over George.
The Stark family may actually make it to the end of “Game of Thrones.” However, Sophie Turner says she is not prematurely confirming the residents of Winterfell’s survival just because she got a tattoo that strongly implies her on-screen family survives. Turner’s ink reads, “the pack survives,” alongside the House Stark direwolf sigil. When the image of her tattoo was posted to Instagram by the artist last week, fans began to theorize that Jon (well, kinda a Stark), Sansa, Arya, and Bran might come out the victors when the HBO fantasy series airs its eighth and final season next year.
Sarah Hyland was hospitalized on Monday. While it's unknown what specifically she's being treated for, the "Modern Family" star battles kidney dysplasia and has been open about struggling with chronic pain and illness all her life.
Bookout wrote two books about being "bulletproof," but the reality TV star was clearly nervous as she arrived in the jungles of Nicaragua to spend 14 days without food, water, shelter, and ... underpants.
"There are always interesting new characters and people who pop in surprising ways," series creator Justin Simien told IndieWire.
AMC and Ridley Scott are about to haunt your dreams all over again. The network announced Friday it’s renewed its first-ever anthology series, “The Terror,” for a second season. This installment hails from Scott (who executive produced the first season) and co-creators Alexander Woo (“True Blood”) and Max Borenstein (“Kong: Skull Island,” “Godzilla”).
"Genius: Picasso" star Antonio Banderas reveals the lengths he went to for the iconic role, and which scene was the most powerful to film.
Mike Sorrentino confirmed his engagement to Lauren Pesce back in April, but how he proposed was still a mystery until last night's episode of "Jersey Shore Family Vacation."
Amal began her speech by saying, "It's somehow easier for me to address a court on behalf of a detainee than to speak publicly, as I'm doing for the first time tonight, about my husband."
It’s official: ABC has given a 10-episode series order to The Conners (working title), a spinoff of Roseanne, for fall 2018. The spinoff will take over the Tuesday 8 PM slot on the ABC schedule that was vacated when Roseanne was suddenly canceled following a controversial tweet by star and executive producer Roseanne Barr. ( Roseanne ‘s order had been for 13 episodes.) Barr will have no financial or creative involvement in the new series after reaching a settlement with…
A source confirms that Teresa Giudice's husband and "Real Housewives of New Jersey" star, Joe Giudice, is "in deportation proceedings in immigration court."
Posing as Morgan, a red-head aspiring actress with cheek piercings who wears cat-eye glasses, Ashley Graham appears on Undercover Boss: Celebrity Edition on Friday. The curvy model, who has become the top curvy model in the world, attempts to start her career again from square one by going to an agency's open casting call. She then pretends that she doesn't have an ounce of confidence (meanwhile, her self-assurance and positivity is something that she's become known for) on a photo shoot.
Defense attorneys who've represented infamous criminals like Ted Bundy and Timothy McVeigh share chilling details of their cases.
Put down that pizza slice, Sick Sad World fans, because we have some news that just might put a smile on your face: Daria Morgendorffer is coming back to TV. MTV's beloved cult classic Daria originally aired from 1997 to 2002, but it's lived on forever in the hearts of its fans.