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Yesterday, NBC’s Today stated that Charlie Sheen was set to visit the show and would make a big announcement. Various sites mentioned that the man might be suffering from HIV, and this morning Sheen confirmed his diagnosis to Today host Matt Lauer in a candid interview.
Beginning with Chicago Fire in 2012, and continuing with Chicago P.D. in 2014, the Chi-town franchise has expanded even further with latest spinoff Chicago Med.
The early seasons of NBC’s The Office will go down as some of the best comedy produced during this era of television. Central to that humor was the antagonistic relationship between cool guy Jim Halpert and beet farmer / borderline psychopath Dwight Schrute.
Saturday Night Live isn’t often a show that is known for taking a serious note. That’s exactly what happened this weekend, however, during the opening minutes, when Cecily Strong took the stage. Live from New York, here's the show's nod to the Paris attacks.
There aren’t too many artists who can successfully make the jump from the music scene to the large or small screen. Mandy Moore has been determinedly trying to make her break into TV for some time. Now, her time may have finally come.
A big late night shakeup that could have changed everything is one that didn’t happen back in 1993, when then-Saturday Night Live player David Spade declined NBC’s offer to take over the hosting gig of Late Night. Here's why he didn't take the gig.
It’s been over two years since The Office came to an end with a surprisingly touching and amusing finale, but this is about beginnings rather than endings. Check out the songs that The Office almost used as a theme song.
NBC has been in a bit of a pickle ever since the announcement that presidential hopeful Donald Trump would be taking over the hosting duties for an episode of Saturday Night Live. But now the network has announced how they're handling things.
Harry Potter may use “Expelliarmus!” for everything, but Daniel Radcliffe really could have used an Impervious Charm in his recent appearance on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon. The former Harry Potter star became the latest participant in Fallon’s “Water Wars” game.
It’s always nice when you find out one of your favorite shows will be around for a bit longer. Well, today is a good day for anyone who enjoys a dramatic TV show set in Chicago. NBC has just renewed Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D. for next season.
The actor is set to appear in a stage version of Confederacy of Dunces, playing the overly large Ignatious J. Reilly, and he needed to put on some weight for the gig. You can watch him explain what he ate to intentionally get fat, here.
While this current fall TV season isn’t one of the strongest on record, there are still a bunch of great new shows out there right now, and one of them is NBC’s inked-up action thriller Blindspot. And it just got great news.
Actors who have made most of their money as movie stars have started to find additional work in television. Some of these stars were once movie staples. Now, Jennifer Lopez is joining them and trying her hand at television stardom on Shades of Blue.
It took a lot of work to get the anniversary special to come together, and recently former SNL writer John Mulaney talked about exactly what it was like to work on the now-famous SNL 40 special. Here’s what he had to say.
After weeks of hearing about Donald Trump and his upcoming Saturday Night Live stint, last night the big event happened. Despite protests, Donald Trump hosted his second SNL episode on November 8. As it turns out, a lot of people tuned in to watch the action unfold.