The 74th Primetime Emmy Awards, which celebrate the best television shows and performances of they year, will be presented Monday.
Vampire comedy "What We Do in the Shadows" wraps its fourth season with the nest adjusting to Baby Colin’s awkward growing pains. OWN’s "Queen Sugar" begins its seventh and final season.
Look at the Emmy nominations and you’ll think voters only watched a handful of shows.
One of the original Apple TV+ series, "See," begins its third and final season. Also on Apple: the dark comedy "Bad Sisters" escalates its bad behavior.
If you learn anything from “Mack and Rita,” it’s just how little influencers do. That’s the eye-opening aspect of this dull film. Otherwise, it’s “Freaky Friday” for another generation.
Rob Lowe will address students at High Point University's spring commencement next year. The school has a history of scoring well-known commencement speakers, including Condoleezza Rice, Wolf Blitzer and Buzz Aldrin.
Martha Plimpton heard her old boss Greg Garcia was looking for a “Martha Plimpton type” for his new comedy and, frankly, was upset she wasn’t called.
For those who didn’t get the chance to see “Pam & Tommy” when it premiered on Hulu, now’s the time. Coming next week to the DVD market, it’ll give you a chance to see the eye-popping nudity and the untamed world of Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee.
Will Brad Pitt's new movie "Bullet Train" be a blockbuster or bust?
It doesn’t take a lot of signs to realize Darren Star is a co-creator of Neil Patrick Harris’ new comedy, “Uncoupled.”
Just as clever – and surprising – the former “The Office” star and writer makes “Vengeance”, which also features Issa Rae and Ashton Kutcher, one of the most intriguing new films of the year.
Peacock’s mystery-comedy "The Resort" adds a cold-case puzzle to "White Lotus" escapism. TV-radio personality Charlamagne Tha God returns to late night with a new format and show title.
“Succession” received a leading 25 Emmy nominations Tuesday. Here's the full list of nominees.
Rom-coms are one of the most popular genres in all of film, and there is no shortage of great ones out there. Here are the best, according to IMDb.
We’re coming up to the midway point in the movie-going year. What’s on your best list, thus far?
A vampire nightclub – “better than Studio 54” – is headed to “What We Do in the Shadows.”
But couple faces new heartache when show returns Friday, July 22 on Apple TV+.
Rowan Atkinson believes comedians should feel free to joke about whatever they want.
YA limited series premieres July 8 on Netflix.
If you haven’t seen the first season of “Hacks,” please do.