Here's a look at what's coming to Hulu and Amazon Prime this week, with some notable titles in bold.
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Quentin Tarantino will appear on MSNBC's "All In With Chris Hayes" on Wednesday night to discuss the police boycott of his films following the director's comments about police violence.
Jon Stewart has set a four-year production pact with HBO that calls for him to produce short-form video content for HBO's digital platforms.
Mike Tyson is back for a second season of "Scooby-Doo"-style intrigue on the animated "Mike Tyson Mysteries."
It worked for the Everly Brothers and the Jonas Brothers. Why not the Property Brothers?
Last month, U.S. Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera gave a reading at Nevada State College. Starting next week, those who missed the presentation will be able to catch it on Clark County TV throughout November.
Matthew McConaughey is set to host "Saturday Night Live" on Nov. 21 with musical guest Adele.
Aaron Goodwin moved to Las Vegas from his native Portland, Ore., in 1998. During a class at UNLV he met Nick Groff, who eventually introduced him to Zak Bagans. In 2004, the trio filmed the documentary that would lead to their Travel Channel series, "Ghost Adventures."
Sure, you could watch all of the "Treehouse of Horror" episodes whenever you want at SimpsonsWorld.com or on the FX app. But that would require pushing a bunch of keys or buttons, and who needs all that hassle?
NBC has pulled the plug on its low-rated action drama "The Player," bringing to an end the greatest streak of scripted series Las Vegas has ever seen.
Simon Cowell will judge the upcoming 11th season of "America's Got Talent." The former "American Idol" judge is replacing Howard Stern on the NBC reality competition.
Former "The Price Is Right" host Bob Barker was walking with a little bit of pain after being treated and released from a hospital for a fall he suffered outside his Hollywood home, his publicist said Wednesday.
"Wicked City" is the next-to-last of the networks' new fall shows to debut, and the final confirmation that this is, yet again, another underwhelming crop of series.
U.S. Navy veteran Greg Grindley, 49, has lived with Parkinson's disease since 2004. On Sunday, he'll undergo awake deep brain stimulation in an attempt to treat the condition.
Netflix is planning a return trip to Stars Hollow. The digital channel is developing a revival of the much-loved Warner Bros. series "Gilmore Girls" with creator Amy Sherman-Palladino and her husband, exec producer Daniel Palladino.
Tracy Morgan's return to "Saturday Night Live" boosted the latenight show, which was up week-to-week and matched its top overnight demo score since last winter.
Bringing a production crew to a hospital to capture footage of a family member grieving just may be Keeping Up with the Kardashians' most stomach-churning moment yet.
Former Las Vegas firefighter George Tiaffay was convicted last month of having his estranged wife, Shauna Tiaffay, murdered. The story is being presented as "Vengeance in Vegas," this week's episode of "48 Hours."
A three-night run by Paul Zerdin, the recent winner of "America's Got Talent," continues to draw objections to his victory from a ventriloquist who headlined Las Vegas for years.
Happy "I Love Lucy" Day. It was 64 years ago today, on Oct. 15, 1951, that the classic sitcom "I Love Lucy" premiered. Here are four favorite episodes to mark the anniversary.
Some of Las Vegas's best chefs are once again stepping out of their kitchens and into food trucks for the second season of "Late Nite Chef Fight."
John Stamos has been charged with DUI stemming from a June arrest in Beverly Hills.
If you were to lead a locations tour of Las Vegas' custom car reality shows, you wouldn't need to use a bus.