The holidays are in full swing, which means there are plenty of parades, marathons, Christmas movies and New Year's Eve specials to check out over the next two weeks. Here's our handy list for what's planned as 2014 comes to an end. All times are Eastern (ET).
In a press conference on Friday, President Barack Obama said Sony "made a mistake" pulling The Interview amid threats of terrorism.
Ten seasons in and there's only one thing left on Jensen Ackles' Supernatural wish list.
Being a superhero isn't easy.
And we don't mean the moral quandaries they face. We mean the grueling, physical exhaustion that comes with kicking butt on a daily basis.
To get a feel for exactly how tough the life of a superhero is, TVGuide.com visited the Vancouver set of CW's Arrow, where stunt coordinator James Bamford showed us a few moves.
Local New York station WNET has come under fire for removing PBS' documentary showcases Independent Lens and POV from its schedule. Beginning Jan. 5, reruns of PBS arts programming will air in the Mondays-at-10 timeslot instead, Current reports.
The FBI has confirmed that the North Korean government is responsible for the cyber attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment in late November, NBC News reports.
Another woman has come forward accusing Bill Cosby of drugging her and possibly sexually assaulting her.
A billboard currently stationed outside CBS' Television City studio in Los Angeles gives thanks to Craig Ferguson for "10 years of joyous insanity," adding, "it truly was not like any other late night show."
That's not an exaggeration. The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson was the first talk show to feature a robot sidekick — the sassy skeleton Geoff Peterson — and a galloping mascot like Secretariat (actually two guys in a horse costume). And unlike most other hosts, Ferguson likes to interview guests in a freeform fashion, notably tearing up his notes at the start of each chat.
Earlier this week, Stephen Collins publicly admitted that he had molested three underage girls between the 1970s and 1990s. But the 7th Heaven star insists to Katie Couric that he isn't a pedophile.
Stephen Colbert said goodbye Thursday night to The Colbert Report and the character he's played for the past nine years.
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