"Real Rob" follows an exaggerated version of Rob Schneider as he deals with the challenges of his younger Mexican wife, a new baby, a stalker and an incompetent assistant.
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"A Charlie Brown Christmas" celebrates its 50th year Monday night on ABC, with both the animated program and a preceding star-studded celebration called "It's Your 50th Christmas, Charlie Brown."
Romantic breakups always are emotionally painful. Sometimes, they can be pretty painful physically, too.
The producers of "Men in Black 4" hopes to reinvigorate the franchise by adding a female agent to the mix.
For all the noise we make on New Year's Eve, Las Vegas doesn't have much in the way of Christmas traditions.
It's a Thanksgiving Day tradition: the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Here are some things you should know about this treasured holiday tradition.
Nickelodeon hopes to score a new touchdown with a favorite animated character who has a head shaped like a football.
Just when you thought the heated debate had subsided about whether Jon Snow is dead or alive on "Game of Thrones," the hit show has reigned the discussion.
When "The Bold and the Beautiful" actor Scott Turner Schofield found out on Twitter he had won the best actor award from Las Vegas TransPride, he decided to head to Las Vegas to pick it up.
Charlie Sheen may have just publicly revealed his HIV-positive status, but his illness was the topic of conversation — and a laughing matter — among Hollywood execs 18 months ago, as revealed in emails leaked from last year's Sony hack.
If you just can't stand the thought of waiting another 24 hours to see how Katniss Everdeen's saga comes to an end, here's your chance to see "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 2" a day early.
Charlie Sheen, the wayward star of U.S. television comedy "Two and A Half Men," said on Tuesday he was diagnosed as HIV positive some four years ago and had been extorted for more than $10 million to keep the information quiet.
"Even if it's completely fictional — say, zombies or aliens or whatever — we're willing to suspend that disbelief while we're in the mode of being transported into that world."
A homeless man was charged on Monday with two felonies in a violent, seemingly random attack on the streets of Hollywood on "NCIS" actress Pauley Perrette that she later recounted on social media.
Former "Two and a Half Men" star Charlie Sheen is to make a "revealing personal announcement" on the "Today" show on Tuesday, following reports in online and tabloid media that the Hollywood actor has been diagnosed as HIV positive.
One small business is just weeks away from scoring a win of a lifetime: a free 30-second ad that will air during the Super Bowl.
CBS has switched up this week's episodes of "Supergirl" and "NCIS: LA" in the wake of Friday's terrorist attacks in Paris because of plotlines that mirror the real-world violence.
For his latest "Take a Break" segment, host James Corden spent nearly 10 minutes of Thursday's "The Late Late Show" running amok at Planet Hollywood Resort.
AMC abandoned its original moniker, American Movie Classics, long before it started churning out some of TV's finest dramas.
Calling all acrobats, jugglers, magicians, ventriloquists and guys who swallow things and then regurgitate them.
Much like prime-time game shows and singing contests, U.S. television is copying yet another curious European phenomenon: slow TV.
The fevered lead-up to Donald Trump's "Saturday Night Live" episode turned out to be more exciting than the edition of the show he hosted.
George Barris, the Batmobile creator whose talent for turning Detroit iron into decked-out automotive fantasies earned him the nickname "King of the Kustomizers," has died. He was 89.
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