More than 40 years after one of the great cult films of all time introduced an unsuspecting public to sweet transvestites, a mad scientist making an erotic Frankenstein creature, and a highly repressed yet oversexed Brad and Janet, The Rocky Horror Picture Show is back, this time as a TV remake on Fox.
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CNN anchor Anderson Cooper is sticking with the cable news network.
For the horror aficionado, one of the most elaborate offerings can be found at Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights — a place where nightmares come true and guests become “victims” in Hollywood’s most popular thrillers.
No debating: Alec Baldwin stole the show Saturday in his new role as Donald Trump when “Saturday Night Live” spoofed the recent presidential debate.
No other series I can think of has dealt with such serious topics as clinical depression and PTSD in ways that are heartbreaking and hilarious, sometimes simultaneously. Deep down, there’s a surprising amount of heart for a show about people so very badly damaged.
In the upcoming episode — entitled “A Stereotypical Day” — parents Cameron “Cam” (Eric Stonestreet) and Mitchell (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) permit their daughter Lily (Aubrey Anderson-Emmons) to have her transgender friend Tom over for a play-date.
Early Nielsen numbers show Monday night’s presidential debate on track for a big total audience.
A Criss Angel road trip is a lot like any other road trip, only with a little levitation and teleportation thrown into the mix.
The Andrew Dice Clay comeback continues. Showtime announced Thursday that it has ordered a seven-episode second season of the Vegas-based comedy “Dice.”
“Chopper Tom” Hawley is to be back on (and in) the air Monday morning, as details of his now-infamous flight from Denver to Las Vegas are coming to light.