The CW’s “Penn & Teller: Fool Us” is a bit of a reappearing act for the Rio headliners and “Sharknado 3” co-stars.
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Comic magician Piff the Magic Dragon and acrobats Sergey and Sasha compete on Tuesday’s season premiere.
Running several minutes long, the final episode timed out before the band played a six-minute version of, appropriately, “Everlong” to accompany a look back at the comic’s 33 years on late-night TV.
Late-night host David Letterman only appeared starstruck by Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning during Wednesday’s series finale for the “Late Show With David Letterman.”
It appears the new thing to do in La La Land is to take movies and turn them into TV shows. This last week saw the release of several trailers for upcoming TV shows based off familiar movies.
David Letterman ended his late-night television career with a heartfelt “good night” and goodbye to viewers.
Before he became an iconic talk show host, David Letterman, whose last show was Wednesday night, moonlighted as a pit reporter at the Indianapolis 500.
With David Letterman’s final show on the horizon, tributes have started rolling in from fellow latenight hosts.
The show about nothing has hit the stage. Members of the sketch team Bellevue at Upright Citizens Brigade have created a new “lost” episode of “Seinfeld” that is actually quite funny.
After seven seasons, it’s time to say goodbye to Don Draper. The “Mad Men” series finale is one of six shows to watch this week.
Comedian Louis C.K. sent the social media world into a tizzy with his Saturday Night Live monologue that touched on the Middle East, racism and child molestation.
The popular NBC television series “A.D.: The Bible Continues” is not only a Sunday-evening must see for many viewers — they’re also getting sermons based on the show’s themes in church.
For nearly 600 episodes of “The Simpsons,” Harry Shearer has been the voice of many of the show’s most iconic characters — among them Principal Skinner, Ned Flanders and Montgomery Burns. Now, the comedian and voice actor is leaving the show.
Check out the trailers for the comic adaptation as well as “Limitless,” “Code Black,” “Angel from Hell” and “Life in Pieces.”
Bradley Cooper will appear in the first episode of CBS’ new fall drama “Limitless,” based on the 2011 feature film, in which Cooper starred.
The two-hour finale will feature the return of original cast members William Petersen and Marg Helgenberger.
Rob Lowe, John Stamos, Ariana Grande, Morris Chestnut and Jamie Lee Curtis will join the nework in new shows.
Who is the definitive onscreen Batman? Michael Keaton? Christian Bale? Kevin Conroy? A strong case could be made for any one of them. For some fans, though, no one will ever be able to take the place of Adam West.
Here’s a look at some of what’s in store on TV — or your tablet, phone or wherever else you choose to watch it — over the next four months. And, as always, times and dates are subject to change.
NBC has unveiled three new dramas — including the Las Vegas-based thriller “The Player, starring Wesley Snipes — and one comedy for its fall schedule.
Comedian Tina Fey has given us plenty of laughs over the years. She gave the dress right off her back to David Letterman during “The Late Show” Thursday night.
After months of rumors, it’s official: Bill Simmons is leaving ESPN. The sports network says it remains committed to Grantland, the ESPN-owned website Simmons founded, but that Simmons will no longer work there.