Las Vegas resident Deanna Thompson is at the center of a new Netflix documentary series, “Don’t F**k With Cats: Hunting an Internet Killer.”
Las Vegan Deanna Thompson explains how “Making a Murderer” — the hit Netflix true crime series that became a sensation upon the release of its first season in 2015 — came about.
Zak Bagans says, “Our expansion reflects the Haunted Museum’s tremendous growth since opening over two years ago.”
Atomic Award for Best New Production is “Atomic Saloon Show,” by a country mile.
The stand-up special debuting Friday on the pay channel captures “80-85 percent” of the vibe of his local showcase, the veteran comedian says.
Maria and Juan Torres were happy to finally let loose a holly-bedazzled, bright and shiny secret that they’ve been keeping for an entire year: They’re winners of the “The Great Christmas Light Fight.”
Maria and Juan Torres’ Henderson home is among those featured on a national holiday show, “The Great Christmas Light Fight,” which airs Monday night.
The “Rose. Rabbit. Lie” alum headlines the “So You Think You Can Dance” tour stop at The Smith Center.
For the 13th year, the network is selecting 10 honorees from around the world to recognize as heroes. For the first time, one of them hails from Las Vegas.
An open casting call for the new competition series is coming to the Las Vegas Strip.