The Lifetime TV network has dropped a reality show about a Texas mortuary after eight decaying bodies were found and the co-owners face criminal charges.
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Netflix’s Internet video service is about to join the programming lineup of three small cable-TV providers in the U.S., a breakthrough that acknowledges the growing popularity of online entertainment.
Joan Rivers refuses to apologize for comparing living in her daughter’s guest room with the captivity of three women kidnapped in Cleveland.
“The Daily Show” host Jon Stewart and Fox News host Sean Hannity are at war over the Range War.
The “How I Met Your Mother” spinoff is getting a little more defined.
After sustaining serious injuries in a Utah paragliding accident, Eric Hill, contestant on ‘The Bachelorette” slipped into a coma and later died.
Amazon.com’s streaming video service will offer some older shows from premium-cable channel HBO starting next month, a deal that intensifies both companies’ competition with subscription-video service Netflix.
For the first time since the official announcement of his 2015 talkshow takeover, Stephen Colbert visisted David Letterman at “Late Show.”
“The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” was on a break last week when Cliven Bundy and the BLM were doing their dance in Bunkerville. But fear not, snark fans. Stewart returned on Monday night and wasted no time giving his take on America’s most famous rancher and the militia men who have his back.
There’s no feuding and no sleeping around as “Nashville: On the Record” (10 p.m. Wednesday, KTNV-TV, Channel 13) features cast members in concert at the legendary Ryman Auditorium.
The Supreme Court is taking up a dispute between broadcasters and an Internet startup company that has the potential to bring big changes to the television industry.
In the wake of sexual abuse allegations against him, executive producer Bryan Singer’s name has been removed from the advertising for the new drama, debuting at 10 p.m. Thursday on KTNV-TV, Channel 13. That has to rank among the best news Singer has received in the past week.
Netflix is raising its prices for new members, and prices for existing members will follow suit after that.
Lindsay Lohan says she suffered a miscarriage during the taping of her reality TV series.
A New Jersey professor claims he was suspended over an online photo containing a quote from “Game of Thrones” that he says a school official perceived as a threat.
It may feature TV’s widest quality gap between performance and series. At least until Ian McKellen joins the cast of “2 Broke Girls.”
Billy Bob Thornton and Martin Freeman star in what is not a remake the 1996 Coen brothers’ classic, but worthy to be called the second truly must-see new series of 2014.
David Duchovny’s debauched Hank Moody began driving his beloved black Porsche into the sunset on Sunday to start the Showtime comedy’s final season.
As it kicks off its ninth season, the Bravo series wastes little time unearthing the stupid.
A pregnant teenager, the daughter of an unmarried mother and granddaughter of another, is repeating family history. Does she decide to keep her baby and do her immature best to raise it, or choose adoption for her offspring?
It’s as though nobody wants new viewers for the final season of “Mad Men” (10 p.m. Sunday, AMC).
After rebranding itself as “the first TV home for the social media generation,” the cable channel has announced a new batch of shows — full of “likes” and viral videos — that should sound truly horrifying, at least for anyone older than, say, 25.
The cover of next month’s Rolling Stone magazine features “Veep” star Julia Louis-Dreyfus nude with a tattoo of the U.S. Constitution signed by John Hancock across her back.