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Twice now, southwest Las Vegas has served as a launching point for the return of the Vegas PBS program "Outdoor Nevada."
Robert Durst is set to plead guilty to a gun charge in New Orleans next week, a move that puts the millionaire real estate heir one step closer to facing a murder charge in Los Angeles.
With all the controversy over #OscarsSoWhite, now may not have been the best time to announce that a white actor has been cast as African-American pop star Michael Jackson.
The Feb. 6 Ultimate Fighting Championship card at the MGM Grand Garden will air on cable television instead of pay per view after the main event was canceled because of injuries to both fighters scheduled for a heavyweight title bout.
For those who have been planning to get on the "Doctor Who" bandwagon, you better dive into the series quickly, because Netflix has announced seasons one through eight of the popular television show will be removed soon.
Don't have any special plans for Valentine's Day? Netflix has announced its list of content that will be added to the service throughout the month of February.
Doritos is making a millionaire for the tenth and final time with its Crash the Super Bowl ad contest.
Vegas Voices is a weekly question-and-answer series featuring notable Las Vegans.
Acclaimed movie writer-director Woody Allen is turning his attention to the small screen, with a new streaming television series for Amazon starring pop star Miley Cyrus.
After nearly three decades of acting in film and television, David Duchovny finally landed his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Jan. 25, the day after his most iconic character — conspiracy maven Fox Mulder — returns to TV in the first half of a two-night launch for Fox's limited series revival of "The X-Files."
Pokemon aims to be the very best in its TV commercial that will air during Super Bowl 50.
Lake Bell, Rob Corddry, Erinn Hayes, Rob Huebel, Ken Marino, Megan Mullally and Henry Winkler are back for the seventh season of "Childrens Hospital" (11 p.m. Friday, Adult Swim).
Gillian Anderson may have earned Emmy, Golden Globe and SAG Awards for her portrayal of Dana Scully in Fox's sci-fi hit "The X-Files," but she recently revealed that she had to fight to be paid the same as male co-star David Duchovny -- during the show's original run and for the hotly-anticipated revival, premiering Sunday.
The truth is out there. An entertaining episode of the "X-Files" reboot is, too.
"Clueless" actress and former Fox News contributor Stacey Dash appeared on Wednesday's segment of "Fox & Friends" to voice her disapproval of the celebration of Black History Month and other institutions that celebrate racial differences.
The final round of Monday night's episode of "Jeopardy!" took an unusual turn after all three participants wagered their entire winnings and all guessed the incorrect answer.
There's something undeniably cool about the Critics Choice Awards being held at the Santa Monica Airport, where so many of the rich and famous park their planes.
Netflix has revealed the premiere dates for 10 shows, including the fourth season of "Orange Is the New Black" and the second seasons of "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" and "Grace and Frankie."
Nearly a week after releasing the first photos from "Fuller House," Netflix finally shared a trailer that features the highly anticipated sitcom reboot's cast.
Here are our picks for your best TV bets for the coming week.
Dan Haggerty, best known for his role in "The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams," died from cancer early Friday morning in Burbank. He was 74.
With the financial-intrigue drama "Billions," Damian Lewis returns to the premium channel where he made his mark, albeit for one too many seasons, as "Homeland's" doomed Brody. And Josh Holloway, who burst onto the scene as "Lost's" scruffy Sawyer, gets back together with that series' co-showrunner, Carlton Cuse, for the alien-invasion drama "Colony."