“CSI: Vegas,” the continuation of the groundbreaking drama that launched three spinoffs and put the Strip in front of tens of millions of eyeballs around the world for 15 seasons, has joined the CBS lineup.
The “Chippendales” stage show has been dark in Vegas for more than a year. But the Chipps’ back story has been dark from the very start.
Charles Grodin, the droll, offbeat actor and writer who scored as a caddish newlywed in “The Heartbreak Kid” and later had roles ranging from Robert De Niro’s counterpart in the comic thriller “Midnight Run” to the bedeviled father in the “Beethoven” comedies, has died. He was 86.
Zak Bagans and Eli Roth will team up to explore some of Bagans’ most prized, haunted items in ‘The Haunted Museum.’
Westgate president and general manager Cami Christensen is eager to expand the vision at the SuperBook.
Sebastian Maniscalco is returning to Wynn Las Vegas, where he performed two private gigs in October.
Caesars Entertainment President of Entertainment Jason Gastwirth points to the company’s strong list of headliners when assesing recent entertainment cuts.
Wayne Newton is looking for a room and won’t be alone, but at least he remains in Caesars Entertainment’s plans.
The “Mindfreak” is back just after the Fourth of July holiday. Criss Angel has announced his return to his eponymous Planet Hollywood theater.
“Wolfgang” is directed by David Gelb of “Jiro Dreams of Sushi” fame and will debut June 25 on Disney+.
The new series follows the tense relationship between an aging Strip icon, portrayed by Jean Smart, and a young upstart.
He worked steadily as a TV actor and director in the early 1950s, but the political liberal found his career in jeopardy during the Hollywood blacklist period.
The Cosmpolitan will rock anew, Mike Epps is booked at The Venetian Theatre, and Debbie Gibson-Joey McEntyre add a date.