Hilary Duff is reportedly taping her Tinder dates for a future dating reality show.
Matt LeBlanc channels Joey Tribbiani through song on The Graham Norton Show, and it is just as funny as you would imagine.
Last month, it was reported that CBS was working on a Star Trek series. However, according to actor Jonathan Frakes, it’s unlikely we’ll see the beloved franchise return to the small screen anytime soon.
If you’re going to drop an F-bomb on a non-premium cable network, it’s better to do it accidentally on a local news show, rather than on something that’s aired across the nation. Watch this news anchor riotously flub a story about food trucks.
If you’re playing one of television’s most charismatic aggressors, it helps if your personality is at least partially sadistic in nature. And Walter White portrayer Bryan Cranston certainly has a lighthearted villainous streak running through him.
HBO has picked up the Lorne Michaels-produced Brothers in Atlanta, which will star a pair of comedic talents who, in the past, have helped facilitate Jimmy Fallon’s slow-jamming of the news with the likes of President Barack Obama.
In Pacquiao’s home country of the Philippines, the fight should be heavily watched. However, due to power outages the country has been suffering, there is expected to be a power deficit during the big Mayweather vs. Pacquiao fight. Here's the wacky solution.
In the latest round of The Tonight Show's Box of Lies, Scarlett Johannson gives Jimmy Fallon a run for his money, but it's clear she just isn't that good at it. Luckily, she makes being bad at something look good.
Last night’s Lip Sync Battle featured a standoff between two popular early morning hosts: Michael Strahan and Hoda Kotb. During the first round, they both brought enthusiasm to the table, with Hoda performing Sir-Mix-A-Lot’s “Baby Got Back,” and Strahan hilariously taking on “London Bridge” by Fergie
While Law And Order: SVU is pretty good about pulling stories direct from the headlines, it has a chance to forward social change with its newly announced episode. Read on to get the details.
That Daryl Dixon seems like he can live through anything, right? The Walking Dead's Norman Reedus recently spoke about his favorite scene in Season 5, and it involved an actual on-set injury that never made it to air.
You don’t see a lot of Kurt Vonnegut adaptations out there, but IM Global Television is putting together a small screen version of Vonnegut’s classic novel Cat’s Cradle, along with a handful of other genre-crossing projects.
Starz has slowly and quietly been building an enviable programming lineup. While early efforts at original shows like Spartacus have already ended their runs, the subscription cable service has found new period dramas and entertaining modern shows upon which to thrive.
It’s a tough world for advice columnists, especially when people are sending them not-so-serious questions and concerns. This week, the Winnipeg Free Press advice columnist, Miss Lonelyhearts, received a query from a reader asking for lifestyle advice, but there was a twist.
Yesterday NBC aired a crossover event connecting Chicago Fire with Chicago P.D., which is usual, but also Law and Order: SVU, which is unusual. The three-way crossover was highly advertised by the network leading up to the big event, and apparently the bid paid off.