Debuting Monday, the new game show “Catch 21” was a natural fit to film in Las Vegas.
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The stars of the long-ago Saturday-morning TV show are revealed to be murderous robots.
Henderson’s Michael Damian says he’s happy working behind the scenes with wife Janeen on projects including the new movie “High Strung Free Dance,” in theaters next weekend.
There’s never been a better time to be alive, especially if you happen to belong to that small subset of consumers who prefer their Gotham City a little less Batman-y.
The 38-year old Tambe will join fellow Las Vegas-based tattoo artist Cleen Rock One as judges on “Ink Master: Grudge Match.”
The ingredients are there, but the TV titan’s first series for Netflix just never jells.
The fall season starts this week, and there are plenty of unique premises to go around.
A live-action “Star Wars” series and the returns of “Friends” and “The Office” are among the most-anticipated fare.
The Sundance hit “Britanny Runs a Marathon,” opening Friday in theaters nationwide, marks Las Vegas native Jillian Bell’s first leading role on the big screen.
It’s hard to get more timely than the ambitious new drama, even though it was first sold as a feature script all the way back in 2005.
Showtime scooped up YouTube’s dark comedy “On Becoming a God in Central Florida.”
You could pre-game the alien-themed festival just by bingeing all 14 seasons of History’s “Ancient Aliens.”
Danny McBride returns to the pay channel that was the home of his comedies “Eastbound & Down” and “Vice Principals.”
The Amazing Johnathan is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside the guy whose act included a joke that, decades later, remains among the most original and deeply wrong things you could ever hope to hear.