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As usual, some TV and movie favorites are leaving Netflix this month.
A bunch of shows you never wanted to watch but probably will now are coming to Netflix in August. If you missed "Utopia," "Transporter: The Series" and the third season of "Real Husbands of Hollywood," now is your chance.
Start crossing your fingers now, all you lovers of "Married... with Children." David Faustino, who starred as Bud Bundy on the irreverent Fox comedy, reunited with his former co-star Christina Applegate at the premiere of her new film "Vacation" and told E! he's working on a spinoff.
Viewer interest in Caitlyn Jenner's transformation remains high, with Sunday's premiere of "I Am Cait" on E! drawing the network's largest audience for a premiere in four years — though it wasn't as big as a "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" special on Jenner in May.
Premiering at 10 p.m Aug. 2, the locally produced "The Damon Elliott Show" promises a look at Las Vegas' "hottest dayclubs, restaurants and nightclubs."
WWE has terminated its contract with wrestler Hulk Hogan, who's real name is Terry Bollea, Variety has confirmed.
Revisit those carefree days, long before the Fountains of Bellagio, when the city's most famous free entertainment was the occasional mushroom cloud, as Vegas PBS presents "The Test."
President Obama made his final appearance during Jon Stewart's reign as host of "The Daily Show" on Tuesday, joking with the Comedy Central pundit that he would issue an executive order to prevent him from leaving the show on Aug. 6.
There's no waffling about the first trailer for FX's sophomore season of "Fargo": This is a deal of a crime scene.
FYI has greenlit "Kocktails With Khloe," a primetime talk show hosted by Khloe Kardashian. The network has ordered eight one-hour episodes, slated to premiere late this year.
LOS ANGELES - Character actor Alex Rocco, who played casino owner Moe Greene in "The Godfather" and appeared in dozens of other movies and TV shows, died Saturday of cancer in Studio City, Calif. He was 79.
The 2015 Primetime Emmy Awards were announced on July 16 and HBO‘s "Game of Thrones" received the most nominations.
Discovery Communications‘ TLC will cancel the controversial "19 Kids and Counting," the popular program about the large Duggar clan that became a hot potato for the network once a member of the family disclosed he had sexually molested teenage girls.
If other networks and cable channels seem like businesses — CBS, for instance, comes across like a procedural factory, cranking out the same series, over and over, with different casts — FX feels more like a family.
Sunday‘s telecast of the Miss USA pageant drew 925,000 viewers on Reelz — a whirlwind by the cabler‘s standards but (unsurprisingly) a fraction of what the event drew in recent years on NBC.
For years, Ryan Reynolds has been working hard to not only get the X-Men spinoff “Deadpool” in theaters, but to also shed the disappointment of superhero flop “The Green Lantern,” and on Saturday night at Comic-Con, it seemed as though the actor may have finagled ended his slump.
“Bob Massi Is the Property Man” premieres at noon Saturday on Fox News Channel.
The native Las Vegan is never mentioned in the HBO tennis mockumentary “7 Days in Hell.” But the spiky blond mullet and denim shorts sported by Aaron Williams, Andy Samberg’s “bad boy of tennis” character, are unmistakable.
Medical reality shows are a big hit, but would you still watch knowing families and patients have, at times, not consented to the footage used? That’s what happened to a devastated New York family.
Stephen Colbert revealed to Jerry Seinfeld on Wednesday’s season finale of “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” that he was planning on leaving “The Colbert Report” even before getting his “Late Show” gig.
Holly Madison and her husband, Electric Daisy Carnival founder Pasquale Rotella, turned to the cast of Animal Planet’s “Redwood Kings” to build them a “luxury chicken coop mansion.”
ESPN is cutting ties with the outspoken host Keith Olbermann, the latest set-to the Walt Disney-owned sports-media juggernaut has had with prominent members of its talent pool.