“Success in show business does not always create the best version of people,” a misty-eyed Bob Saget says in the trailer for “I Am Chris Farley.”
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Between the dozens of conversations held Saturday night inside Atomic Liquors in downtown Las Vegas, some local tales about the city’s qualities were filmed for an upcoming episode of Comedy Central show “Drunk History.”
A product of the same team behind “Cruel Intentions: The Musical,” “The O.C.” musical will be adapted and directed by Jordan Ross, with Lindsey Rosin producing.
For nine seasons, the competition referred to its callback rounds as “Vegas Week,” but they were kept closer to Hollywood last year in an effort to save money.
Jimmy Fallon has suffered a hand injury that forced NBC to scrap Friday’s taping of “The Tonight Show.”
The May television sweeps reflect a market in transition, with upstart stations KVVU-TV, Channel 5 and KTNV-TV, Channel 13 moving in front in key time slots.
If you’ve had “Big Fish” on your Netflix list for a while now, you better watch it — it’s part of 53 other titles being dropped from the streaming service in July.
One’s a pop culture phenomenon. The other was — about a decade ago. Both “The Walking Dead” and “Heroes” released new looks at their spinoffs on Thursday with mixed results.
If you’re getting bored with the same titles on Netflix, starting on the first of July, the streaming service will be adding 57 new titles.
If Netflix were a Nielsen-rated TV network, the No. 1 streaming service would, within a year, attain a larger 24-hour audience than each of the major broadcast networks — ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC — according to a Wall Street analyst firm.
It looks like Howard Stern is leaving “America’s Got Talent” — or, at least he says he is.
For everyone lamenting the fact that “Saturday Night Live” is on hiatus while the Rachel Dolezal controversy rages on, Maya Rudolph has answered your wishes.
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Lifetime Original Movie, the cable channel is airing “A Deadly Adoption” (8 p.m. Saturday), the tale of a successful couple who invite a pregnant woman to live with them, starring Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig.
NBC sent its best-known morning-news anchor, Matt Lauer, to grill its best-known evening-news host, Brian Williams, in an exchange on its popular “Today” that was by turns awkward, dramatic and surreal.
Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black, Tim Robbins, Colin Farrell, Vince Vaughn, Rachel McAdams and Taylor Kitsch star in the premium cable channel’s new Sunday lineup.
Suspended “NBC Nightly News” anchor Brian Williams “has the chance to earn back everyone’s trust,” his boss at NBC News said Thursday, as the network confirmed that Williams will return to television later this summer, but in a reduced role.
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush is checking off his presidential to-do list now that he’s officially in the race, and that includes “slow jamming” the news with Jimmy Fallon.
Pro poker player Vanessa Rousso is one of the 14 houseguests competing for the $500,000 grand prize on the CBS series.
USA is airing the first two episodes of the difficult-to-explain drama Thursday, the actress says, “so people aren’t left hanging, like, ‘What is it? What’s it gonna be?’”
CBS’ new reality show “The Briefcase” is drawing the ire of critics who say the show exploits the struggles of American families for entertainment.
The cast of the beloved sitcom “Gilmore Girls” gathered for a reunion Saturday in celebration of the show’s 15th anniversary.
They’re the latest Vegas-based performers to appear on “America’s Got Talent” and “I Can Do That.”
A&E special chronicles ‘Duck Commander: Making the Musical,’ but director says controversial moments minimalized.
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