What would television do without Las Vegas? Probably be a lot less wacky. The city’s TV footprint extends from “Wizard Wars” to “Vegas Rat Rods” and beyond. On a larger scale, the 2014 season also saw the end of such TV classics as “How I Met Your Mother” and “Boardwalk Empire.”
Dustin Diamond, who played Screech on the 1990s TV show “Saved by the Bell,” was charged Friday with stabbing a man during a bar fight on Christmas.
The new year is fast approaching and that means Netflix is switching up its inventory again for 2015.
With the end of USA’s “White Collar” (9 p.m. Thursday), the channel is losing its most consistent series.
“7th Heaven” star Stephen Collins has admitted to molesting three underage girls decades ago.
“Elf: Buddy’s Musical Christmas” follows that overgrown man-child, voiced by Jim Parsons, and his voyage to New York to find his father.
Sunday features three match-ups with playoff implications. In the afternoon, Denver battles San Diego to keep control of the AFC West, and Seattle looks to put San Francisco out of the playoff picture. The nightcap features Dallas looking for revenge in Philadelphia.
Fox Searchlight’s “Birdman” is flying high with seven nominations for the 72nd annual Golden Globes, followed by five apiece for “Boyhood” and “The Imitation Game.”
Nominations for the Screen Actors Guild Awards are in and Michael Keaton’s quirky dark comedy “Birdman” is leading the way with four SAG nominations, followed by “Boyhood,” “The Imitation Game” and “The Theory of Everything” with three each and “Foxcatcher” with a pair.
President Barack Obama slipped into the role of late night talk show host on Monday, nudging Stephen Colbert away from his perch during an appearance on the comedian’s satirical program and poking fun at himself in the process.