Jon Hamm recalls when his Don Draper character had a profound effect on the "Saturday Night Live" cast back in 2008.
Annapurna Television is developing a scripted series inspired by the alleged sex cult Nxivm, with “Westworld” actress Shannon Woodward attached to executive produce. The report, authored by Barry Meier, featured interviews with multiple women who said the purported self-help group, led by Keith Raniere, recruited women to serve as “slaves” and branded them with Raniere’s initials. No writer is attached yet, but Woodward will executive produce along with Megan Ellison, Sue Naegle and Susan Goldberg of Annapurna.
Disney Channel has cast “The Goldbergs” star Sean Giambrone and newcomer Sadie Stanley as the leads of its upcoming live-action “Kim Possible” movie, the network announced Wednesday. An adaptation of the 2002 animated series, the movie follows a high school girl named Kim Possible (Stanley) who moonlights as a secret agent with the help of her friend/sidekick Ron Stoppable (Giambrone). Written by original series creators Mark McCorkle and Bob Schooley with Josh Cagan, the upcoming TV movie will be directed by Adam B. Stein and Zach Lipovsky.
Nickelodeon is reviving one of its signature franchises for a new generation. The kids’ cabler announced Tuesday that it has given a series order to a new version of “Double Dare.” The ’90s games show will return this summer with 4o new episodes. “Double Dare” features two teams competing to win prizes in a contest […]
Fifteen-year-old Coby Bird is an actor with autism who has big dreams: landing the part of a non-autistic character.
Sheldon and Amy’s long-awaited "Big Bang Theory" wedding is still a few weeks out, but TVLine scored a ticket to the episode’s taping on Tuesday.
Fleetwood Mac got a big look on “CBS This Morning” Wednesday as the group — including new members Neil Finn and Mike Campbell — announced a massive 50-plus-date tour (see the full dates here) and discussed the departure of Lindsey Buckingham earlier this month. As previously reported, the tour, which had been planned for some […]
Hank Azaria disagrees with the way "The Simpsons" recently handled the Apu controversy and said he'd be willing to stop doing the voice if necessary.
Big waves caused the boat to pitch, sending the 1,200-pound metal block at the end of the crane directly into the head of Hank Todd.
The show's designated Emmy pitchman, Peter Griffin, is back on duty this year with another current events reference in his blunt message to voters.
The Path star Aaron Paul has shared his reaction to the cancellation of the Hulu series. “Sad to say that The Path has ended,” Paul posted on Twitter. “Can't thank @hulu enough for making this happen for all of us. What a gift these past three years have been. To everyone who tuned in for these three beautiful season…thank you. We appreciate your love and support. Love and light.” Paul played the lead character of Eddie Lane on the drama series, along with co-stars…
In the wake of Monday’s news of "Lethal Weapon" star Clayne Crawford having a history of bad behavior on set, the actor took to Instagram saying that “yesterday’s headlines were incredibly distressing” and to clarify the news.
America really likes “Roseanne,” but do we like Roseanne? TheWrap looked into Roseanne Barr’s Q Score — a measurement of one’s likability — to find exactly that out.
It doesn't get much more real than this docu-series premiering May 20.
The streamer has ordered a second season of the Krasinski-fronted action-drama "Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan" a whole four months before the series’ August 31 Season 1 launch.
Lorne Michaels, Elizabeth Banks and Aidy Bryant are teaming up with Hulu to adapt Lindy West’s memoir “Shrill: Notes From a Loud Woman” as a comedy series.
Joanna Gaines is still working insanely hard, despite being a pregnant mother of four who is opening a new restaurant and promoting her just-published cookbook.
It's do or die for the Summer Bay in this week's episode, as Capt. Wild Bill Wichrowski turns to crab callers to work his way out of the leader board basement.
The weed game lost its rebellious edge for Cheech and Chong once John Boehner got involved, so the counterculture icons had to find something else to do.
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***."