"Dancing With the Stars" is getting ready to twirl into its 21st season with a new cast of celebrity contestants, which was revealed Wednesday morning on "Good Morning America."
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It's a bad month for cartoon sequels, cult classics and science fiction on Netflix in September, as many classic titles are being removed in their monthly cleanse.
A pretty big chunk of TV shows and movies is coming to Netflix this month, which will be much needed after the streaming giant drops more than 60 titles — including some favorites.
When Ken Levine was in his 30s, he had already written for "M*A*S*H," and he was in the midst of writing for "Cheers," but instead of just riding that huge Hollywood wave forever, he decided to rehearse for a more personal future.
It is 1 a.m. when Dustin Rocho starts pacing back and forth at the beginning of the obstacle course for season seven of "American Ninja Warrior."
President Barack Obama will tape an episode of "Running Wild with Bear Grylls," NBC and the White House announced Monday. The President will "trek through the wilderness" with survival expert Grylls, in the special edition of the show, set to air later this year according to a press release.
If you missed the MTV Music Video Awards on Sunday night, don't fear, as the night's winners were no surprise to many and Miley Cyrus' hosting was almost what you would expect from the eccentric pop star. Following a trend of the last few years, the show didn't go on without surprises and at times uncomfortable moments.
And the next contestant on "Dancing With the Stars" is ... Paula Deen? According to Variety, the celebrity chef will be joining the cast of ABC's hit show, which has been announcing new cast members in piecemeal fashion.
After the shooting deaths of TV journalists Alison Parker and Adam Ward, members of the Roanoke, Virginia community have come together to mourn.
To the viewers of TLC's '19 Kids and Counting', Josh Duggar was the quintessential example of an eldest son. However, behind closed-doors and behind a computer keyboard, Josh was anything except the god-fearing man he led fans of the family's TV show to believe.
A "Sons of Anarchy" spinoff is in the works at FX with Kurt Sutter at the helm, Variety has confirmed.
Fox has ordered a script for a father-son workplace comedy set in Las Vegas in the 1970s, Variety has learned.
Stephen "Steve-O" Glover, a star of the "Jackass" movie franchise who climbed a construction crane in Los Angeles this month to protest the SeaWorld marine mammal parks, has been charged with creating a false emergency with the stunt, prosecutors said on Tuesday.
Donald Trump is at it again. As Fox News host Megyn Kelly returned from vacation, the Republican presidential candidate used Twitter late Monday night to slam her return during the airing of her show.
The Amazon Prime series "Bosch," which spent two days on location in Las Vegas its first season, will return to the Strip Sept. 14-18 — and Bill Dance, the show's extras casting director, is looking for background players.
A television show about the Clark County District Attorney's Office has been picked up by a cable network, and is expected to start filming this fall at the Regional Justice Center.
The last time AMC premiered a prequel, the result was a new cable television ratings record. Can the channel do it again with "Fear the Walking Dead?"
More than 500 guests attended the Nevada Broadcasters Association's 20th annual Hall of Fame Gala at the Four Seasons Aug. 15. Sixty-two broadcasters were inducted into the hall for their excellence in Nevada's radio and television industry.
Television actress Shannen Doherty, best known for her roles in "Beverly Hills, 90210" and "Charmed," is currently undergoing treatment for breast cancer, celebrity publication People magazine said Wednesday.
A star of Australian hit television show "Prisoner: Cell Block H", the women's jailhouse drama that screened globally throughout the 1980s, has been found guilty of sexually abusing a 13-year-old girl 31 years ago, a court official said.
As titles go, "Fear the Walking Dead" isn't just underwhelming, it's a little deceptive. Then again, "Expressing a Feeling That Begins as Mild Curiosity but Eventually Grows to Encompass a Moderate Amount of Concern About the Walking Dead" doesn't exactly roll off the tongue.
Everything old is new again for TV this coming fall, with network, cable and streaming options breathing life into familiar ideas.
Clark County can't seem to get enough of the small screen.
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