“Mr. Burns” will be back. After negotiating a new deal, Harry Shearer is in fact returning to “The Simpsons,” Variety has confirmed.
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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.
Actor John Stamos, 51, of “Full House” fame was arrested late Friday in Beverly Hills, California, and given a citation for driving under the influence. He was also taken to hospital for treatment of a possible medical condition.
There’s mystery, an unexplained confrontation and even some blood in the first trailer for Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig’s take on the campy made-for-TV movie genre, “A Deadly Adoption.”
The third season of “Orange is the New Black”, originally meant to hit Netflix at midnight on Friday, has been released a few hours earlier, debuting a little after 6 p.m. PST on Thursday. The streaming service confirmed the release on Twitter.
Dan Cox, a self-described “beverage entrepreneur,” is among the 16 current and former contestants from the “Bachelor” and “Bachelorette” franchises who’ll be looking for romance starting Aug. 3.
Even Oscar the Grouch won’t be annoyed by this. Kids who watch “Sesame Street” do better in elementary school, according to a new study by two economics professors.
News broke early this week that streaming service Netflix has begun testing advertising possibilities before and after shows, prompting some outcry on Twitter.
With the monthly information dump of new Netflix titles, plenty of little-seen movies and TV shows will go unnoticed. So, here’s a look at some of the smaller titles to dig into this June.
With the NBA Finals starting today, comedians Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele spoofed pro basketball commentators during a skit on Comedy Central’s “Key & Peele.”
Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar, the parents on the TLC reality show “19 Kids and Counting,” defended their son Josh in an interview with Fox News on Wednesday as they addressed his molestation of young girls, including his sisters, as a teenager.
Now that the world has met Caitlyn Jenner, it’s time to get a more in-depth look at her life. E! has released the first promo for a new docuseries about Jenner, “I Am Cait,” which will premiere July 26. Details about the eight-part series have been scant until now.
Because the last thing you want to do this month is head outdoors, here’s a look at some of the new and returning TV shows, including new seasons of “True Detective,” “Orange Is the New Black” and a slew of dramas on TNT and USA.
A big Mets fan, Jon Stewart interviewed New York ace Matt Harvey on “The Daily Show” during an entertaining segment Thursday night.
South African comedian Trevor Noah will replace Jon Stewart as the host of the last-night comedy parody “The Daily Show” on Sept. 28, Comedy Central said on Thursday.
Hulu has removed “19 Kids and Counting” from its streaming library in the wake of the child molestation scandal surrounding the reality show, Variety has confirmed.
The Discovery Communications-owned network has not canceled the program in the wake of the recent disclosure that Josh Duggar, one of the central figures in the show, admitted to molesting teenage girls 12 years ago.