Jon Hamm, who stars as Don Draper on “Mad Men,” has completed a 30-day stint in rehab for alcohol abuse.
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Some Super Bowl ads knock it out of the park. Most are just OK. And a few are wildly bad. Here are the worst of the worst.
“Puppy Bowl XI,” “Kitten Bowl II,” “Fish Bowl II” even an eight-hour marathon of Las Vegas’ own Property Brothers offer alternatives to the Seahawks-Patriots game.
U.S. television network NBC said on Wednesday it sold all the advertising time for Sunday’s Super Bowl telecast, with brands paying up to a record $4.5 million for a 30-second spot to get their messages in front of the year’s biggest audience.
Rumors are flying back and forth about Katy Perry’s upcoming Super Bowl halftime show, as is to be expected, but instead of focusing on her singing, the public is focusing on who she might sing about.
Now that White Castle is up and running at the Casino Royale, everyone can relax and start looking ahead to the Strip’s next new-to-market burger chain.
Emma Watson will star Disney’s live-action version of “Beauty and the Beast” as the lead character Belle.
In the series, debuting Feb. 27 on WE tv, couples will have sex in a box, then, under the influence of “cuddle hormones,” they’ll emerge to talk about their experiences in front of a studio audience.
Having portrayed the male lead in his two most recent series, Henderson’s Thomas Dekker is enjoying life a little farther down the call sheet on Fox’s quirky detective dramedy “Backstrom.”
U.S. TV network NBC will stream 11 consecutive hours of live content on Super Bowl Sunday free of charge, including the game and halftime show, to raise awareness of its online viewing platforms among the event’s traditionally record audiences.
In a new twist, she’s being set up with a potential love interest, Tampa account executive Jeffrey Weldon, for the newest season, which kicks off at 9:30 p.m. Feb. 25 on KLAS-TV, Channel 8.
CBS and The CW has handed early renewals for the 2015-16 season to some new shows and returning favorites, in a show of confidence and a sign of its improving primetime fortunes.
HBO revealed Thursday that the 10-episode fifth season of “Game of Thrones” will return on April 12. The pay cable made the announcement at the Television Critics Assn. in Pasadena.
Patrick Wilson, Ted Danson and Jean Smart will star in the second chapter of “Fargo,” slated to premiere next fall on FX.
Is the future of cable a “personal subscription service” with a small bundle of television and online video channels delivered to phones, tablets and Internet-connected TV sets?
HBO and IMAX have struck a deal to make “Game of Thrones” the first TV series to grace the theatrical distributors’ big screens.
Teresa Giudice of “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” reality television series surrendered on Monday to begin a 15-month prison sentence for fraud and hiding income to support a lavish lifestyle, according to her lawyer’s office and a prison spokesman.
Donna Douglas, who played the ditsy Elly May Clampett on “The Beverly Hillbillies,” has died at the age of 81, according to a report by CBS affiliate WAFB-TV in Baton Rouge, La.
After rolling out 24 new shows in the fall, broadcasters have 17 additional new series lined up to go this winter and spring, with several more waiting in the wings when those don’t catch on.
What would television do without Las Vegas? Probably be a lot less wacky. The city’s TV footprint extends from “Wizard Wars” to “Vegas Rat Rods” and beyond. On a larger scale, the 2014 season also saw the end of such TV classics as “How I Met Your Mother” and “Boardwalk Empire.”
Dustin Diamond, who played Screech on the 1990s TV show “Saved by the Bell,” was charged Friday with stabbing a man during a bar fight on Christmas.
The new year is fast approaching and that means Netflix is switching up its inventory again for 2015.
With the end of USA’s “White Collar” (9 p.m. Thursday), the channel is losing its most consistent series.