Each year, the Oscars gives a host—or in some cases hosts—a shot at running the behemoth awards show. This year, Neil Patrick Harris was given a shot as the host, bringing pizzazz, magic and a musical number to the 87th annual Academy Awards.
Jennifer Lopez is returning to a regular TV role for the first time since the early 1990s as the lead in NBC’s upcoming crime drama Shades of Blue, and she’s got some big stars joining her in all the corruption, including Ray Liotta and more.
The CW has done an impressive job building its own DC TV universe over the past three TV seasons, and now it might be expanding further. There is an Arrow and The Flash team-up spinoff now in early development.
While we already know who'll be playing the titular role in CBS' upcoming Supergirl series, there are many roles left to fill. Now we know who will star as two of the biggest players in the series: a loved one and a potential enemy.
British star Benedict Cumberbatch is known for his stellar performances and his killer impressions, but this is a case of the actor taking a moment to pay respects to a Sherlock superfan who died far too young.
CBS has started to put together a pretty compelling summer lineup. Today, the network announced that three of its original programs will be returning this summer, along with a brand new TV series based on a bestseller by James Patterson.
However, this week Giuliana Rancic found herself in hot water after saying Disney star Zendaya’s dreadlocks made her look like she smelled like “patchouli” on the Oscars red carpet. Zendaya later fired back about the insensitive of African hair getting criticized, and this week Rancic has made an official on-air apology to the star.
It seems like every celebrity out there has a pre-fame project that probably shouldn’t ever see the light of day. And for Amy Poehler, it's a failed TV pilot called RVTV, in which she raps and spoofs MTV VJs.
Spartacus creator Steven S. DeKnight has a bone to pick with Syfy. DeKnight recently took to Twitter to chat with fans, and among the topics that came up was the brilliant end credits sequence of Spartacus: War of the Damned.
To promote the new comedy The Last Man On Earth, Will Forte popped up on Jimmy Kimmel Live! this week. During his time on the show, however, he told Kimmel and the audience a great story about how he and Kristen Schaal ended up getting into high jinks in Kenan Thompson’s dressing room.
Death hoaxes are nothing new on the Internet, and the impetus behind them is usually as empty as the hoaxes themselves. But this recent Mark McGrath hoax seems to have been a publicity stunt for an Adult Swim series.
Last night, ABC’s The Goldbergs put together an episode that paid homage to Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. Lines were quoted and iconic scenes were recreated with a Goldbergs twist, including a scene where Charlie Sheen reprised his iconic character
It didn't end with a twist as shocking as the mid-season finale but “Nanda Parbat,” the de facto mid-mid-season finale, also contained quite the cliffhanger. The fifteenth episode was rather riveting and a step up from what has been a lacklustre third season of Arrow. Probably, had something to do with a certain someone taking flight.
Arrow fans have been taught to expect the unexpected on a weekly basis, but Season 3’s main antagonist just changed the game in an unexpected way in tonight's episode. And now we have to wait three weeks to see what happens next.
You don’t normally get Fifty Shades of Grey, the Oscars, and Saturday Night Live in the same sentence, but star Dakota Johnson and SNL's Taran Killam can be seen here begging Melanie Griffith to watch Fifty Shades, among other silly things.