Netflix announced a slew of exciting stand-up specials debuting this fall, including Bill Cosby's first special in 30 years.
HBO has renewed The Leftovers for a second season, the network announced Wednesday.
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WGN has added another original program to its slate, giving a straight-to-series order to Titans on Wednesday.
The drama follows the Farrell family in the Appalachian mountains. Their reclusive home allows the Farrells autonomy from the law and society, creating a way of life they'll do anything to defend. Titans is created and written by the playwright Peter Mattei, who will executive-produce alongsideRescue Me's Peter Tolan, Paul Giamatti and Dan Carey.
It turns out George R.R. Martin and the Game of Thrones showrunners aren't the only ones who know how A Song of Ice and Fire will end. Apparently, some exceptionally perceptive fans do too.
While speaking at the Edinburgh International Literary Festival, Martin noted that some readers have correctly puzzled out the ending to the saga, which consists of two more books, The Winds of Winter and A Dream of Spring.
Mary McCormack and Josh Randall are joining Scandal's fourth season, TVLine reports.
Jimmy Fallon took time to honor the late comedian Robin Williams at the start of Tuesday's Tonight Show.
Justin Bieber has struck a plea deal to avoid any jail time for his arrest in Miami earlier this year, The Associated Press reports.
Harper's Bazaar tapped into Hollywood legacies for its September issue, with a cover shoot of Audrey Hepburn's granddaughter Emma Ferrer shot by Richard Avedon's grandson, Michael.
Brittany Murphy is the latest focus of Lifetime's posthumous biopic treatment. According to The Hollywood Reporter, The Brittany Murphy Story will premiere on the network on Saturday, Sept. 6.
Omarion and his girlfriend Apryl Jones have welcomed their first son.
The former B2K singer shared the good news on Instagram Friday, along with a photo of his new bundle of joy, Megaa Omari Grandberry.
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