Hulu has removed “19 Kids and Counting” from its streaming library in the wake of the child molestation scandal surrounding the reality show, Variety has confirmed.
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The popular streaming service will drop 60 titles in March and adding 37 new titles, including several TV series.
Another month is almost over, and that means it’s time to find out what you’ll no longer be able to watch on Netflix streaming and what you get to look forward to.
Maggie Smith, who plays the sharp-tongued Dowager Countess of Grantham in “Downton Abbey,” has said that the next season of the British period drama will be her last.
Leonard Nimoy, best known for his portrayal of logic-bound Mr. Spock in the “Star Trek” science fiction television series and movies, died on Friday at age 83 after a battle with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
A recent contestant on “America’s Next Top Model” was killed in a triple slaying in Charlotte, North Carolina, police and the website TMZ said on Wednesday.
Don’t worry. Even if your favorite nominee doesn’t walk away with an Oscar, they won’t go home empty-handed. Every nominee has the opportunity to walk away with a gift bag that’s worth $168,000. Here’s what’s in it.
Hosting Oscar parties is a popular activity every year; but throwing a great Oscar party for your friends and family doesn’t have to mean emptying your savings account.
More than 500 businesses have been pitched on “Shark Tank”, but more than 50 percent of the ideas that are given the green light on the air don’t end up closing the deal when the cameras turn off. If you have ever wondered what resulted from some of the more successful “Shark Tank” pitches, then read on.
After a Mother Jones report on Thursday asserted that Bill O’Reilly had made false claims about his coverage of the Falklands War in 1982, the Fox News host responded furiously.
Gov. Brian Sandoval is scheduled to be the first guest on “Ralston Live,” debuting on March 2.
Las Vegas Playboy model Chloe Louise Crawford pulled off the illusion of making a motorbike disappear on stage during a weekend audition in London for “Britain’s Got Talent,” co-starring Simon Cowell.
Then you’d better work at getting tickets to see the new queens of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” at club Chateau’s rooftop garden atop the Paris hotel.
The NBA All-Star Game lost out to Saturday Night Live’s 40th Anniversary Special, which drew huge television numbers.
It’s not easy to squeeze 40 years of show into one anniversary special, but “Saturday Night Live” gave it a go on Sunday night.
The show is celebrating with a 40th-anniversary special on Sunday, February 15 — and here, we celebrate “SNL’s” landmark contributions to pop culture. There are at least 40 of them, after all.
Students in the Clark County School District sat down with “Daily Show” correspondent Jordan Klepper and talked about sexual education in Las Vegas schools.
Laverne Cox has been cast in CBS’s legal drama pilot “Doubt” from “Grey’s Anatomy” producers Joan Rater and Tony Phelan, Variety has learned.
It’s official. The “Duck Dynasty” musical authorized by America’s favorite rednecks, the Robertson family, will open at the Rio on April 20. Presales for players club members and registered “Duck” fans begin Thursday, general sales commence Feb. 17.
“NBC Nightly News” anchor Brian Williams has been suspended without pay for six months after admitting last week that a story he told about coming under fire while on a helicopter during the Iraq war was not true, the network said on Tuesday.
Last seen fleeing Albuquerque, N.M., in the penultimate episode, lawyer Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk) had a rather pragmatic view of what lay ahead: “If I’m lucky, in a month from now, best-case scenario, I’m managing a Cinnabon in Omaha.”
Brian Williams said he will take a break “for the next several days” from “NBC Nightly News,” the network’s flagship evening newscast, in the wake of his disclosure this week that he had made false claims about a 2003 newsgathering expedition in Iraq.
NBC News is in the middle of an investigation into “Nightly News” anchor Brian Williams’ recent disclosure that he falsely claimed to have been on a helicopter that was shot down by enemy fire while on an NBC News reporting trip in Iraq in 2003, according to a memo issued Friday by NBC News.