Once again, Saturday Night Live has responded to the power of a Facebook petition.
After thousands of fans persuaded Lorne Michaels to let Betty White take the reins last May, it was only a matter of time before fan favorite (and fellow Facebook petition subject) Jane Lynch got her shot. The Emmy-winning Glee star will take over Studio 8H this Saturday, her first time...
Rick Sanchez issued a public apology Wednesday, calling his comments about Jon Stewart "inartful" and "mangled," according to a statement obtained by Variety.
In the statement, the 52-year-old said he had a...
Fox is picking up the freshman comedy Raising Hope for a full season, the network announced Wednesday, making the series the first new fall show to get a such a pickup this year.
"With Raising Hope, Greg Garcia captures...
The Good Wife
"I just thought I was done visiting men in prison" — Alicia
On this week's episode of The Good Wife, Alicia and Will are defending a client in military court against the same murder charge that a civilian court acquitted him of.
Law & Order: Los Angeles
After spending the summer playing Nelson Mandela for the upcoming film Winnie, Terrence Howard just couldn't let go of the South African president-activist so easily. So he found a way to bring Mandela to his newest role, Deputy District Attorney Jonah "Joe" Dekker on Law & Order: Los Angeles.
"The most important part of him was his legal appetite and his appetite for moral rightness. When we finished the movie, I wasn't finished being a lawyer," Howard told reporters on a conference call Tuesday.
Law & Order: Los Angeles' Terrence Howard says character is show's "moral compass"
Added executive producer Rene Balcer: "He did the read-through in Nelson Mandela's voice. That was quite an experience to hear...
Last week, Law & Order: Los Angeles fans got their first look at Alfred Molina behind the prosecutor's table as Deputy District Attorney Ricardo Morales. This week, viewers will meet his counterpart, D.D.A. Jonah "Joe" Dekker...
Days after her first appearance on Chuck, Linda Hamilton is on the set of the NBC spy comedy working hard. She's shooting an important scene that requires multiple takes of her running back and forth, and back and forth. "For such a light-hearted romp, they sure do shoot a lot," she tells reporters on set. "There's like two hours' worth of action in every hour. We are spending our good long days working hard to make it all look easy."
Chuck producers: Chuck has mommy issues
Cartoon Network has renewed Childrens Hospital for a new 14-episode season, the network announced Friday.
The medical drama satire, which pokes fun at shows like ER and Grey's Anatomy, follows a...
Jon Stewart, Rick Sanchez
CNN fired host Rick Sanchez Friday, a day after he called Jon Stewart a "bigot" during a radio interview.
"Rick Sanchez is no longer with the company. We thank Rick for his years of service and we...
ABC has pulled My Generation from its schedule after just two episodes have aired.
The Thursday night drama dropped more than 30 percent in its second week to just 3.8 million viewers. The series, starring...