Once “Friends” became a sensation in 1994, it was followed by more sitcoms about wisecracking single white New Yorkers than you could shake one of those free AOL CD-ROMs at.
If you’re HBO, where do you go once you’ve played the sex-and-dragons card?
Some covert operatives take no prisoners. Mitch Rapp (Dylan O’Brien) takes no orders.
“IT” may be the first movie I’ve ever liked simply because of how much it reminds me of other things I like.
When assessing Seth MacFarlane’s projects — “Family Guy,” “American Dad!,” “The Cleveland Show,” the “Ted” movies and “A Million Ways to Die in the West” — it’s important to keep things in perspective. With his success-to-failure ratio, as a baseball player, he’d be headed to the hall of fame. As a surgeon, he’d be headed to prison.
It was so hot on the Strip in mid-June while filming the finals of “American Ninja Warrior” (8 p.m. Monday, NBC), for the first time in the show’s six seasons here, the production team had to use portable air-conditioning systems to cool down other portable air-conditioning systems just to keep them running.
You think you’re ready for cooler weather?
Labor Day is the Mel Gibson of holidays: Hollywood knows full well it’s there, yet only occasionally acknowledges it.
Has it really been a decade since MTV brought its traveling circus known as the Video Music Awards to the Palms?
Though the “Twilight” star proves a good enough actor to disappear into his underwritten role, “Good Time” fails to live up to its name.