The show returns Sept. 28 with host Woody Harrelson and musical guest Billie Eilish.
Monica Jackson will bring a weekly, half-hour show to KLAS Channel 8 this fall.
Rick Harrison Collection, a high-end gallery and boutique, is opening at The Venetian Grand Canal Shoppes.
Crown Hill Cemetery management said in a statement in August that it objected to the exhumation of Dillinger’s grave.
As Jerry Seinfeld said, “You know that I can be anywhere else in the world tonight! But I’m here, because I had nothing better to do!”
Amy Schatz has made a specialty of creating films that seek to explain the inexplicable, with “The Number on Great-Grandpa’s Arm” tackling the Holocaust.
Of her onstage tumble, Marie Osmond said, “Donny and I have a bet, if you have an accident and don’t keep singing, you have to pay the other $500.”
“Atomic Saloon Show” producer Ross Mollison says, “Reverend Peabody of course can perform weddings.”
Her male co-workers were shocked, she said, but this kind of incident is not new for women who work on TV.
Keith Urban can be to the Colosseum what George Strait is to T-Mobile Arena — a solo, country superstar anchor.
“Pawn Stars” authenticator Steve Grad says, (Antonio Brown’s) signature means nothing on Raiders items. “You’re actually better off without the signature.”
Imagine Dragons held their sixth annual TRF Gala at Wynn Las Vegas. About 880 supporters turned out for a record-setting night.
Ru Paul says the new show is “an immersive, interactive thrill-ride.”
TV Guide’s Matt Roush fields viewers’ television-related questions.
This week’s top choices include the debut of “NFL: The Grind,” a weekly look at life in the pro football league, on and off the field.