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On Monday, the world of 24-hour news cycles was hit with some unexpected news, as Elisabeth Hasselbeck announced that she would be leaving the Fox News Network series Fox & Friends. And how we know why.
In the 25 years since Tremors hit the big screen, countless numbers of monster movies have been released, but few have managed to straight up top this cult classic for sheer enjoyment. And now it's getting a TV show.
Last week, it was announced Colton Haynes will reprise Roy Harper later this season on Arrow, and now we’ve learned the character’s return will be due to a DC supervillain that has just been cast.
Just like Marvel’s other projects, there are plenty of references from the House of Ideas’ lore sprinkled through Jessica Jones’s first season. Here are the ten biggest ones we spotted.
It's rare a game show contestant becomes the butt of a thousand jokes, but that describes the recent reaction to Jeopardy! champion Laura Ashby, whose voice has sparked ire all across the Internet. Check the weirdness out here.
Now that we know he’ll be played by the badassery that is Jeffrey Dean Morgan, it finally feels real, and the actor is now getting to talk about the role and what challenges he's facing.
Wondering how Rosario Dawson’s character Claire Temple became so awesome in Daredevil? Easy, she got it from her momma. Here's what that fabulous lady is going to look like when she appears on the streaming service's upcoming TV show.
If there is one genre that is taking the entertainment biz by storm, it's comic book properties. Both DC and Marvel have planned out plenty of ventures years and years in advance, and it seems like there’s always a new superhero movie or TV show coming together.
After the most recent version was cancelled this June, Netflix and Canadian network Family Channel announced that a new series, subtitled Next Class, will be hitting the airwaves. You can check out the excellent first trailer for the new series
When it comes to being timely in its poignancy, The Simpsons is pretty hit or miss, but this past Sunday's episode featured a wonderful little nod to the victims of the Paris terrorist attacks.
Fortunately for CW viewers who aren’t into the superhero or vampire scene, however, some good news has come down about the network’s comedy series: Crazy Ex Girlfriend and iZombie.
The Flash is finally taking a breather, which means there’s no new episode tonight. Not to worry, though, this break isn’t going to last long, as the following week it will return to kick off its latest crossover with Arrow. Check out the preview!
To celebrate the release of the new Amazon series, the streaming service put up ads on the New York Subway that nod at both the pasts of Germany and Japan. Obviously, some people have not been excited about the Nazi imagery.
It is a truth universally acknowledged for folks in the entertainment biz that there is one rule more important than any other: the show must go on. For a young singer, even the dreaded hiccups were not enough to derail him. The show did go on, and it was awesome.
The last several years have been really tough on late night hosts. Some hosts were picked up from relative obscurity and given their own late late shows. Some retired after quietly falling in the ratings for years. Some saw their timeslots change or moved to different networks. But Fallon survived. Here's why he thinks it happened.