“Whereeeeeee’s Johnny?” are among the handful of words that come to mind upon glimpsing the first photos from the set of ABC’s forthcoming Roseanne revival. The network on Tuesday released a pair of images (see below) from the comedy’s inaugural table read, and the gang is mostly all there… with the exception of co-star Johnny […]
Roy Price is exiting Amazon Studios, where he served until recently as president. The departure from Amazon follows Price’s suspension Oct. 12 from the tech giant’s entertainment division on the heels of renewed sexual harassment allegations. In Price’s absence, Amazon Studios COO Albert Cheng was named interim president. Price joined Amazon in 2004 as the […]
Former “Saturday Night Live” star ripped his former show’s constant digs at President Donald Trump after inviting him on set as a guest host in 2015 during the campaign. “I guess you could say, ‘Oh, they’re righting wrongs.’ And I don’t even think it’s righting wrongs,” said Killam, who was released a year early by NBC and producer Lorne Michaels from his his seven-year contract. “Looking back … there’s nothing good I can take from that week,” Killam continued.
As the series progresses, Loudermilk’s sobriety and his pessimistic attitude are tested, making the character more three-dimensional. He and the show start off interesting and get better as they proceed.
To celebrate the Oct. 22 Season 8 premiere of The Walking Dead — the series’ 100th episode — Yahoo TV will be posting a new TWD-related story every day through the season opener. In case you missed them, here’s a reason for a premiere week marathon of The Walking Dead episodes: to catch some delicious Easter eggs the show has sprinkled throughout the series. It might also help refresh your memory on TWD moments of the past, since the Season 8 premiere, the show’s 100th episode, also includes some Easter egg callbacks to the times that have gotten Rick Grimes and his crew to the point of All Out War.
The Daily Show With Trevor Noah brought its show to Chicago this week and they quickly turned the heat on Donald Trump's comments concerning the murder rate in Chicago.
On Martha & Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party, guest Jamie Foxx came to celebrate Snoop Dogg's birthday with a little bit of Martha Stewart's white sangria and a whole lot of helium.
After Skarsgård’s win for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie was announced, he walked by his "Big Little Lies" co-star Nicole Kidman, and she gave him a congratulatory kiss ... on the lips.
Kids get to have alphabet posters on their walls. Why shouldn’t “Walking Dead” fans? We made one for you. Plus, in case you need a memory jog, we wrote out reminders for each item.
What to watch this week: Martha and Snoop’s new Potluck Party, Melissa Joan Hart remakes “Watcher in the Woods,” and “The Walking Dead” Season 8 arrives at last.
The latest episode of "Curb Your Enthusiasm" further suggests that the once riotous HBO comedy has become rather creaky and aimless, says Ken Tucker.
On Last Week Tonight, John Oliver took aim at the Motion Picture Academy for kicking out Harvey Weinstein but not Bill Cosby, Roman Polanski, or Mel Gibson.
The star and showrunner break down the big events of the TNT drama's return — and tease what's ahead.
Warning: This interview for the Season 3 finale of 'Fear the Walking Dead' contains spoilers.
A former Russian internet troll says the training for influencing the American election included screening "House of Cards," and reading – and writing – comments on the websites of the New York Times and the Washington Post.
If playing one of the shambling undead looks like a fun job on 'The Walking Dead,' walker actress Katie Lumpkin is here to confirm you are correct.
This week, "Saturday Night Live" didn't skimp on the Harvey Weinstein jokes, and host Kumail Nanjiani got to indulge his inner geek.
On his 10th anniversary as host of 'The Price is Right,' Drew Carey looks back at one of the show's most expensive mistakes.
Creators Chris Cantwell and Chris Rogers break down Joe's transformation, Donna and Cameron's trust issues, and the hilarious scene featuring Yahoo.
On “The Walking Dead,” he plays a recruiter for the community of Alexandria, but off the set Woods-Robinson juggles multiple careers as an actor, musician, songwriter, and more.
Julianne Moore, Robert DeNiro & David O. Russell Support Amazon for Axing Harvey Weinstein-Produced Series