Japanese motoring company Kawasaki said on Wednesday it was ending its association with reality TV show “The New Celebrity Apprentice” because of President-elect Donald Trump’s continued involvement as an executive producer.
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The NFL regular season is over. Which means the biggest game of the year is almost here — Puppy Bowl.
Lauren Conrad is celebrating the new year by announcing she’s expecting a baby.
Genealogy detectives have discovered that Benedict Cumberbatch, who portrays Sherlock Holmes in the PBS television series, is distantly related to the author who created the iconic character.
Our picks this week for movies, TV and streaming video include “Sherlock” and “The New Celebrity Apprentice.”
The rest of 2016 may have been a raging dumpster fire, but there was at least one category in which the year was better than its predecessor: local ties to movies. Meanwhile, on TV, Paula Francis ends a long career as news anchor for KLAS-TV, Channel 8.
Here’s a look at what’s coming to Hulu and Amazon Dec. 30-Jan. 5:
The deaths of Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher over the past 48 hours have left the team behind the upcoming HBO documentary on the mother and daughter reeling from shock.
Much like the rest of us, television can’t wait to turn the page on 2016, with two new dramas, a returning game show and a new season of “Sherlock” all debuting on New Year’s Day.
Carrie Fisher, who died Tuesday, is set to appear in two forthcoming episodes of Fox’s animated comedy “Family Guy.”