The “A Christmas Story” marathon spreads to TNT this year. FXX gets in on the action with 24 hours of of “A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas.” And be on the lookout for marathons of “Friends” Thanksgiving episodes, “The Simpsons” Christmas episodes and “How I Met Your Mother” slap-bet episodes.
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If for some reason you’ve had a burning desire to see the Bewitched remake, December is your lucky month. But don’t worry, an actually decent selection of entertainment is coming, too.
Say hello to Dixie. She’s going to be a momentary star on TV on Thanksgiving night, when she appears on “Fox’s Cause for Paws: An All-Star Dog Spectacular.”
Famous people don’t often tell you how much they love the applause of fans. But “Dynasty’s” Joan Collins will tell you exactly that. Collins is in Las Vegas to perform Friday through Sunday at the South Point.
Eddie Redmayne (“Les Miserables”) delivers a staggering performance in “The Theory of Everything,” which showcases the silly, playful side of Hawking most of the world never got to see.
Pitching its tent at The Smith Center through Sunday, the national tour of the Tony-winning musical revival “Pippin” takes its life’s-a-circus metaphor literally, transforming the title character’s journey of self-discovery into a Cirque-style show of marvels.
Rancid, Dropkick Murphys and Refused to play downtown music fest which returns May 23-25.
HBO is backing a documentary based on “Going Clear,” a book about Scientology and Hollywood — and isn’t taking any chances with the legal side of things.
Here’s your last chance to watch some of your favorites before December’s Netflix purge. King of the Hill, Dirty Dancing and Cry-Baby are among those being taken down. Check out the rest in this list.
Dixie, a 2½-year-old rescued pharaoh hound and German shepherd mix from Las Vegas, will be looking for a home during Fox’s “Cause for Paws: An All-Star Dog Spectacular” (8 p.m. Thursday, KVVU-TV, Channel 5).
If you plan on hitting the Black Friday sales, you could stand to learn a little self-defense. Maybe even some offense. Thankfully, El Rey Network has you covered with a 48-hour kung fu movie marathon.
Reality-show producers would eat up the delicious twists in this restaurant war. A feud between two of the best-known Mexican restaurants in Las Vegas has turned hotter than a habanero.
Just in time for Thanksgiving, Warner Bros. has released the first trailer for Peter Pan origin tale “Pan.”
See the self-professed “scariest band in the world” and more for free.
Superstar ventriloquist looks forward to daily commute and a show that will reflect its Las Vegas setting.
In “Property Brothers At Home,” HGTV stars Drew and Jonathan Scott are renovating their southwest valley home, giving it a two-bedroom casita, an infinity pool and the city’s first commercial-grade backyard water slide.
Holy “Ghost Rider.” Nicolas Cage showed up for Sunday’s “Vegas Rocks! Magazine Music Awards” at the Palms wearing an amazing outfit reminiscent of the Vincent Vega character in “Pulp Fiction.”
The first full Jurassic World trailer has been posted online, two days ahead of its promised Thanksgiving release.
Cirque du Soleil is reinstating the climactic “Ka” battle scene that’s been missing since a performer fell to her death in June of last year.
Lucasfilm and Disney will premiere the first trailer for “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” at 30 venues run Regal, AMC and Cinemark, rolling out an 88-second tease of the J.J. Abrams-helmed “Star Wars” in front of every movie playing at the locations over the holiday weekend.
Alice Cooper gives a funny but real warning to new band members when they join his knife-throwing, sword-swinging concert tour.
Here’s a look at this week’s new movies, “Horrible Bosses 2,” “Penguins of Madagascar” and “The Theory of Everything”:
Her dirty dentist was one of the highlights of “Horrible Bosses.” But, like much of the sequel, her sexually voracious character feels lazier and cheaper in “Horrible Bosses 2.”
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