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For the TV season that ended last month, 'Roseanne' was the biggest winner and loser, with top ratings but canceled for its star's racist tweets. A look at other big wins and losses across broadcast and cable.
Haven't gotten over the 24 hour coverage of Harry and Meghan's wedding? There's a new streaming service made just for you!
Engrossing new mysteries set in England, Paris and Virginia are just the ticket for beach reading. Charles Finch recommends four new titles.
Kathy Griffin is taking her no-holds-barred comedy on the road with the Laugh Your Head Off tour, named for the infamous Trump photo she posted last summer that threatened to end her career.
'Wonder Woman 1984,' the sequel to the 2017 film 'Wonder Woman," released two new set photos: one featuring star Gal Gadot and one confirming the return of Chris Pine as Steve Trevor.
Mario Lopez's kids reveal hysterical secret about their dad, 2018's 'Father of the Year'
In a moment of unfiltered truth, Mario Lopez's kids told a reporter on the red carpet about something embarrassing dad does when they play.
Leave saving the world to men? No thanks! Elastigirl extends herself to take on primary crime-fighting duties in the new Pixar sequel 'Incredibles 2.' She's one mother of a superhero.
"I'm super good friends with (Sanaa Lathan's) stepmom and her dad, and they were mad at me," Tiffany Haddish told "The Hollywood Reporter" of sharing the #WhoBitBeyonce story.
At an event Tuesday, Kid Rock apologized for his 2017 publicity stunt in which he hinted he was running for a Michigan Senate seat. He said it was initially "fun and games" until people started thinking he was serious.
Just two weeks after a successful meeting with the President to talk about prison reform and the release of , Alice Marie Johnson...Mrs. Kardashian West shifts her focus to Twitter. Buzz 60's Chandra Lanier has the story.
How come Princess Eugenie can have an Instagram account, while new cousin-in-law Meghan Markle cannot? Buzz60's TC Newman has why.
This 13-year-old slayed the 'America's Got Talent' judges with a Janis Joplin-like performance
Singer Courtney Hadwin experienced the gilded swarm that results from getting the golden buzzer on Tuesday's episode of 'America's Got Talent'.
In the teaser, out Wednesday, we see Tim Burton's dark and dreamy take on the Disney classic, including a glimpse of the star-studded cast.
James Corden had endless slams for his opponent, Ashton Kutcher, aka "the tool who made trucker hats cool."
“You don’t give dictators points for being young!" 'Late Show' host Stephen Colbert said after Trump touted Kim Jong-Un's age. "That’s like saying, ‘You know, Vlad the Impaler became ruler at age 20. Nobody talks about that. Everyone gets all hung up on the impaling part, not how young he was."