The producers of "Men in Black 4" hopes to reinvigorate the franchise by adding a female agent to the mix.
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Donald Trump has signed on to host the Nov. 7 episode of "Saturday Night Live," NBC announced Tuesday.
Seemingly every mistake "True Detective" made early on in its dumpster fire of a second season has been avoided in the second coming of "Fargo"
Production has begun on the Showtime comedy "Dice," in which Clay stars as a thinly veiled version of himself, who's forced by a Vegas overlord (Lorraine Bracco, "The Sopranos") to perform to pay off his gambling debts.
MTV finally confirmed one of downtown Las Vegas’ worst-kept secrets: “The Real World” is back in town.
Just in time for Halloween, Showtime is unleashing one of the creepiest, most depraved characters you'll ever see on television: Warren Steed Jeffs.
And to think, there was a time when the worst thing you had to worry about finding in your hotel room were those bodily fluids that shows like “Dateline” kept exposing with their fancy black lights.
A tabloid report claiming that HBO is working on a "Game of Thrones" movie apparently isn't true.
Citing a recent onslaught of what she calls "verbal abuse," "Girls" creator Lena Dunham has announced she's bowed out of Twitter and now allows someone else to post on the social media channel for her.
With the loss of some Halloween classics right at the start of October, you can bet that Netflix is making that up with some more of your favorites.
The truth is still out there. Fox has just released the first extended trailer for the return of “The X-Files.”
October is shaping up to be a busy month for Netflix, with just as many titles being removed as are going to be added, including some Halloween favorites you should consider checking out before the month is up.
Trevor Noah spent his first four minutes as host of "The Daily Show" paying tribute to his predecessor Jon Stewart and acknowledging the debate that ensued over who should succeed Stewart at the helm of the Comedy Central franchise.
Extreme sports athlete Erik Roner, who appeared regularly on MTV's "Nitro Circus," died in a skydiving accident Monday morning, Placer County Sheriff's Deputies confirm. He was 39.
"Who's the Boss?" star Danny Pintauro revealed that he's HIV-positive in an interview with Oprah Winfrey that aired on Saturday.
For a show that rarely features the inside of a courtroom, "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," the fictional television drama with an exaggerated portrayal of forensic science, certainly has had great influence at Clark County's Regional Justice Center.
The first week of the fall TV season comes to an end Sunday with the premieres of ABC’s new dramas “Blood & Oil” and “Quantico." Here’s a look.
A little show about forensic investigators that made its debut on Friday nights in the fall of 2000 would go on to change the fate of a network, the face of television and the way the world saw our city.
A timeline of "CSI: Crime Scene Investigators" throughout its 15-year run.
Twitter is starting to make a bigger push for TV fans, networks and advertisers wanting to reach a primetime audience: The company has started to make its TV Timelines feature more widely available, and is adding shortcuts to the TV experience directly to its users' tweets.
One of the very first musical guests on 'The Muppets'? None other than local homeboys in Imagine Dragons — due at this weekend's Life Is Beautiful festival — playing "Roots" with the inimitable Dr. Teeth and The Electric Mayhem.
Nickelodeon has confirmed its intention to launch "The Splat!," a block of programming and other content related to its 1990s heyday, when the Viacom-owned kids' outlet produced memorable programming like "Ren & Stimpy," "Clarissa Explains It All" and "Hey Arnold!"
"Welcome to Good Burger, home of the Good Burger. Can I take your order?" Kel Mitchell intoned on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" on Wednesday night.