The 27-year-old actress will be executive producing a new series with Catt Sadler.
Ahead of Sunday's return, Scott Gimple weighs in on fans' answers to the six questions he posed in our "Ask the Fans" feature — and teases a "reckoning" for Rick and why you might want to add Siddiq to your list of characters you've changed your opinion on the most.
Preview "Coasts," the most action-packed episode of "Blue Planet II," with crab-hunting eels, tuna-herding sea lions, and fighter-pilot puffins.
Camryn Manheim explains how her new CBS sitcom, "Living Biblically," will handle faith, skepticism, and eventually homosexuality.
Gael García Bernal, Mary J. Blige, Andra Day, Natalia Lafourcade, Miguel, Keala Settle, Sufjan Stevens and Common will perform this year’s nominated songs at the 90th Academy Awards ceremony.
Luke Pell said all the right things while the cameras were rolling, but once the show ended, so did his love for Stassi Yaramchuk — and she confronted him about it on "World Tells All."
Lupita Nyong'o had to prove to Trevor Noah that she was the right person to play his mother in the screen adaptation of his bestselling autobiography, "Born a Crime."
Clare Crawley revealed that she had found love after she left "The Bachelor Winter Games" and hinted that the person was from the show.
CMT set a June 7 midseason return date for "Nashville," and the final curtain will fall on the countrified soap with a series finale set for July 26.
The "Empire" actor has joined the cast of the CW's untitled, Berlanti-produced pilot about a star high school football player’s transition from his home school in South Los Angeles to Beverly Hills High.
Senator Ted Cruz didn't know what he stepped in when he decided to invoke the name of Lisa Simpson. During the 2018 Conservative Political Action Conference, Ted Cruz once again trotted out his supposed knowledge of pop culture. We know that the Texas senator loves The Princess Bride, but he also wants you to know he knows the names of each member of the The Simpsons . And he also wants to use them to make a very dubious political observation. In his speech Thursday, Cruz said, "The Democrats are the party of Lisa Simpson and Republicans are happily the party of Homer, Bart, Maggie, and Marge." Here's your line from @tedcruz at @CPAC: "The Democrats are the party of Lisa Simpson and Republicans are happily the party of Homer, Bart, Maggie and Marge." — Ben Kamisar (@bkamisar) February 22, 2018 If you're a Simpsons fan, we'll pause for you to gasp. SEE ALSO: These old 'Simpsons' sketches are everything you need and more We can safely guess that Lisa's activist ways, vegetarianism, creativity, and the fact that she's a smart, independent female, would all make Cruz wear a big frowny face. But naming the rest of the family ( including the baby ) as members of the Republican party seemed like a bridge too far for many online. If there's one nerdy fandom that will defend its characters with vitriol, episodic knowledge, and Harvard Lampoon-level jokes, it's the Simpsons fandom. For when you come for one of the yellow, Springfield-based brood, you come for them all. Didn't Lisa Simpson become president to replace President Trump in an old Simpsons episode? https://t.co/GgckYXu4B1 — Shane Goldmacher (@ShaneGoldmacher) February 22, 2018 isn't she the only good person in Springfield? — Andy Schwarz (@andyhre) February 22, 2018 maggie DID once shoot a man https://t.co/BDAa76s1K5 — Michæl Lu†z (@WarrenIsDead) February 22, 2018 can't wait for the Republican party to run Maggie Simpson and Mr. Burns's Gun in 2024 pic.twitter.com/PyTeAf8b2a — Jesse David Fox (@JesseDavidFox) February 22, 2018 2016 Simpson family votes:Marge: ClintonHomer: Told Marge he voted Clinton. Instead voted Trump.Bart: Wrote in Gary Johnson in elementary mock election; malevolently chuckledLisa: Clinton (in elementary mock election)Maggie: A literal baby.Grampa: TRUUUUUUUUUMMMMP!!!! — Todd VanDerWerff (@tvoti) February 22, 2018 .@TheDemocrats pic.twitter.com/uycNT1BL9E — Anne T. Donahue (@annetdonahue) February 22, 2018 my new conspiracy theory, which I believe with all my heart, is that Ted Cruz has never seen the Simpsons and a staffer just read the Wikipedia page to him — Sarah Jones (@onesarahjones) February 22, 2018 “I think the Democrats are the party of Lisa Simpson.” – Sen. Ted Cruz pic.twitter.com/rylfRZgnzA — Scott Bixby (@scottbix) February 22, 2018 Lisa Simpson is the moral conscience of The Simpsons according to the writers and creators. She is also the smartest person in the family. @tedcruz, you gotta up your pop culture analogy game, dude. https://t.co/2BWMjeHdux — Wajahat Ali (@WajahatAli) February 22, 2018 Homer was a union president https://t.co/UuTmoMx4yA — crisis actor who thinks he can 'win one for soros' (@thetomzone) February 22, 2018 Lisa's the smartest one in the family, the kind, responsible nerd who thinks about other people's feelings and cares about the environment and social causes. This is quite the compliment. Thanks, @TedCruz! https://t.co/jBgyPDMTug — Tasha Robinson (@TashaRobinson) February 22, 2018 And of course, it wasn't too terribly long ago that the Republican party saw The Simpsons as a real source of evil, poisoning the minds of America's youths. Never forget that the first President George Bush said that, "we need a nation closer to The Waltons than The Simpsons. " What a short memory Ted Cruz has. Talking about The Simpsons always works out really well for Republicans. https://t.co/aObhfkeFDJ pic.twitter.com/qMsttn4IGs — Erik Malinowski (@erikmal) February 22, 2018 WATCH: A designer's vision of the future involves robots that care for us in our final moments
HBO’s 4 1/2-hour, two-part documentary about the comedy icon who died in 2016 was directed by Shandling’s longtime friend Judd Apatow.
In the first trailer for BBC America's "Killing Eve," Oh and co-star Jodie Comer play a game of cat and mouse as they are both weirdly obsessed with the other.
Steve Irwin is still remembered by TV viewers as "the crocodile hunter," and he's even bettered remembered by his daughter, who just honored his birthday.
Broadway star and Tony winner Brandon Victor Dixon, best known to TV audiences as Power lawyer Terry Silver, has been cast as Jesus’ not-so-loyal apostle in the upcoming live special, airing Easter Sunday, April 1.
Cody and Jessica were triumphant in the season finale of "The Amazing Race," but Ken Tucker wonders if the show can sustain itself like "Big Brother" and "Survivor" in today's world.
Brooke Shields talks about her touching reunion with Paris Jackson at New York Fashion Week and her last contact with Michael Jackson.
Olympic gold medalist Chloe Kim, who tweeted about being "hangry" in between qualifying runs, once again proved she's just like us when she photobombed unsuspecting fans.
On "Celebrity Big Brother," Omarosa Manigault revealed that if you want peanuts on Air Force One, it'll cost you a lot more than peanuts.