Rihanna has spoken out against CBS after the network pulled her song from the kickoff of Thursday Night Football last week.
Following the leak of a video showing former Baltimore Raven Ray Rice knocking his then-fiancée unconscious, CBS opted not to air an introduction segment featuring Don Cheadle narrating over the Jay Z and Rihanna duet "Run This Town." A comedy sketch was also scrapped.
Barbra Streisand made a triumphant return to late night on Monday after a 50-year hiatus to promote her new duet album, Partners. But since none of Babs' collaborators were on hand, The Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallonstepped up to the plate.
Sony Pictures is bringing back I Know What You Did Last Summer, Deadline reports.
The Cul-de-Sac Crew will be down one member for Cougar Town's final season.
Being a fan of The Mindy Project often feels like I'm stuck in a better-dressed version of Groundhog's Day. The difference is only that after two seasons, Mindy Kaling and the writers still haven't quite learned from their mistakes.
A few days after the passing of Joan Rivers, the only women to ever host a late-night show on broadcast TV, CBS announced that Craig Ferguson's Late Late Show successor would be yet another white man (and one most Americans hadn't even heard of), James Corden.
Though Kathy Griffin was disappointed in the decision, the comedian says she was far from surprised, especially since she claims that CBS told her they wouldn't even consider women for the gig.
Cecily Strong has spoken out for the first time since it was revealed that Michael Che will replace her on "Weekend Update" this season on Saturday Night Live.
Sam Worthington and his girlfriend Lara Bingle are being sued for $10 million over an alleged assault with a paparazzo, TMZ reports.
Ryan Murphy is breaking with tradition and bringing back a fan favorite character for American Horror Story: Freak Show. Naomi Grossman will reprise her role as Asylum patient Pepper in the new season, Entertainment Weekly reports.
Dean (Jensen Ackles) is completely bad to the bone in the latest trailer forSupernatural Season 10 — but he's still Dean!
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