Henderson 9-year-old triplets Dominic, Phoenix and Lyric Evans, known as Dom the Bom’s Triple Threat, performed this season on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” for a chance to win $1 million. Although the triplets were eliminated during the quarterfinals, the Ohio transplants soon realized that “when one door shuts, another opens.” “We weren’t even out of New York City yet, and I was getting emails from companies who wanted to support us,” Krissi said. “We were on the ‘Today’ show. Upper Deck has contacted us. The New York Knicks want us to perform at their halftime.
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Did anyone involved with “The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story” ever actually watch “Saved by the Bell”?
A federal judge in Utah has issued a final ruling that strikes down parts of the state’s anti-polygamy law in a lawsuit filed by the family that appears on the TV show “Sister Wives.”
Bryce Dion, a crew member for Spike’s “Cops,” died this morning after a shooting Tuesday night in Omaha. Officers were responding to an armed robbery in progress at a Wendy’s restaurant, according to a statement by Omaha Police deputy chief Dave Baker, and an officer-involved shooting took place.
Not only did the BBC series take home three major awards at the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards, but executive producer Steven Moffat decided to drop some hints on the show’s upcoming season.
It’s a time-honored rite harking back to an era of black-and-white TVs and the trio of networks whose programs they delivered: the grand unveiling of new fall fare.
While the new broadcast season will bring many potential delights, a handful of fall entries fall far short.
The best parts of an awards show are never the actual awards, though. Here are 9 of the weirdest, best parts of Monday’s show.
The 66th prime-time Emmys air at 5 p.m. Monday on NBC with host Seth Meyers. Follow us here for live updates.
Beyonce closed this year’s MTV Video Music Awards show with an epic, nearly 20-minute performance.
The beloved assistants to the hit Discovery series “Mythbusters” Kari Byron, Tory Belleci and Grant Imahara are leaving the show, according to E! Online.
At 10 a.m. today, FXX will celebrate its latest acquisition by launching the longest around-the-clock marathon in TV history
Craig Ferguson is close to a deal to launch an early-evening talk show starting in fall 2015.
Don Pardo, the durable television and radio announcer whose booming baritone became as much a part of the cultural landscape as the shows and products he touted, died Monday. He was 96.
“The Big Bang Theory” is one of the few television shows that can approach the NFL in viewership. CBS executives still didn’t hesitate to temporarily move TV’s top-rated comedy to a different night to make room for football.
Police were called to Alec Baldwin’s New York City apartment building, but this time he wasn’t the one in trouble.
They typically wear plain clothing with nothing as fancy as a button or a zipper, travel by horse-drawn buggy and shun modern conveniences like electricity, but the negative portrayal of Amish people in television shows like “Breaking Amish” and “Amish Mafia” is inaccurate in some eyes.
‘Wizard Wars’ could push Vegas magic in a better direction.
Three of the actor’s four Oscar-nominated performances, as well as his “Happy Days” introduction as Mork, can be found on TV starting Friday.
Netflix is announcing performances by stand-up comedians including Bill Cosby and Chelsea Handler, set to roll out this fall. It’s the latest in the original-content initiative from this subscription Internet channel.
Now this is how you launch a sports channel.
Matt Iseman is in his fifth season of providing commentary for a “American Ninja Warrior” that’s yet to crown a winner. He thinks this finally may be the year.
20th Century Fox Television announced an exclusive 5-year basic cable syndication deal with MTV and TBS Tuesday. As a result, re-runs of Zooey Deschanel’s popular sitcom will begin airing weekdays on those networks in Fall 2015.