Peggy Lipton, a star of the groundbreaking late 1960s TV show “The Mod Squad” and the 1990s show “Twin Peaks,” died of cancer Saturday.
The museum offers a look at more than 100 artifacts and props from the original TV series and its spinoffs.
Get ready for Russell Crowe as Roger Ailes, Benedict Cumberbatch as Satan and George Clooney in “Catch 22.”
TV Guide’s Matt Roush fields viewers questions.
The E! talk-show host and actress tops this week’s list of TV’s Cheers and Jeers.
As Thursday’s series finale approaches, Jim Parsons, Kaley Cuoco, Johnny Galecki and other “Big Bang Theory” stars reflect on the sitcom’s 12-season run.
This week’s top choices include the end of “Veep” and “The Big Bang Theory” and the debut of the Muhammad Ali documentary “What’s My Name?”
Robert Kaseberg had alleged the talk-show host stole five jokes from his Twitter feed and blog for O’Brien’s monologues on his TBS show, “Conan.”
‘Jeopardy!’ champ James Holzhauer has received a most unlikely invitation to host a victory party at a Vegas gentlemen’s club.
In the ratings battle between titans “The Big Bang Theory” and “Game of Thrones,” laughs won out.
A few eagle-eyed “Game of Thrones” viewers noticed on Sunday night that those who survived the Battle of Winterfell are apparently Starbucks coffee drinkers.
Alex Trebek received a standing ovation as he accepted an Emmy Award for “Jeopardy!”
“What We Do in the Shadows” heads this week’s list of TV’s Cheers and Jeers.
TV Guide’s Matt Roush fields questions from viewers.