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The 2015 Tony Awards will be broadcast live on Sunday, June 7 at 8/7c, CBS has announced.
The ceremony, which honors achievements on Broadway, will again take place at the Radio City Music Hall in New York City. Nominations will be announced on Tuesday, April 28.
Broadway's biggest stars will come together for Sunday's Tony Awards.
Hugh Jackman returns as host for the fun-filled ceremony that will include performances from Neil Patrick Harris and the cast of Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Sting, Cabaret's Alan Cumming and everyone's favorite, Idina Menzel.
Neil Patrick Harris, Sutton Foster
Neil Patrick Harris, Idina Menzel and Sting are among the performers who will take the stage at the 68th Annual Tony Awards on Sunday, June 8. Hugh Jackman is returning as host, and Rosie O'Donnell will receive an honorary award at the ceremony.
The cast of The Michael J. Fox Show is getting a little Sting in its stocking this holiday season. The British singer will guest-star as himself on a Christmas-themed episode of the NBC comedy later this year, TVLine reports.
Singing or screaming? It's your choice on one of the busiest Sundays in a while. While CBS' standards-and-practices watchdogs are apparently keeping a close eye on any potential wardrobe malfunctions, the show goes on at The 55th Annual Grammy Awards (8/7c) from L.A.'s Staples Center, where it's probably easier to name who isn't performing or presenting than listing the full talent roster. (One star not on CBS' list: Justin Bieber, who's busy hosting Saturday Night Live this weekend.)
Brian Williams and Jon Stewart
Friday's telethon to benefit the victims of Hurricane Sandy raised nearly $23 million, NBCUniversal and the American Red Cross report.
"We are incredibly grateful and humbled by this outpouring of support for those who are suffering as a result of Superstorm Sandy," American Red Cross Chief Marketing Officer Peggy Dyer said in a statement.
Stars align on NBC to help victims of Hurricane Sandy
Hurricane Sandy: Coming Together
As the eastern seaboard deals with the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, NBC gathered the best and brightest stars and musicians for a telethon that would hopefully ease both the emotional and financial pain.
Hosted by Matt Lauer, Hurricane Sandy: Coming Together featured first-hand stories of those affected by the hurricane, whether that was...
Kaitlyn Dever, Tim Allen
I'm a sucker for tradition, and there are probably worse ideas than ABC reviving the "TGIF" concept of family-friendly sitcoms on Friday night. Depending on your generation, you may find yourself thinking nostalgically of watching The Brady Bunch and The Partridge Family with the babysitter, or growing up with the Full House-Family Matters-Boy Meets World-Perfect Strangers brand of ABC comedy. Hold on to those memories, because unfortunately, there are few shows this season worse or more grating than tonight's Malibu Country (8:31/7:31c), where the beachfront corn grows awfully and annoyingly high.
NBC will broadcast a one-hour telethon Friday to benefit the victims of Hurricane Sandy, which ravaged the East Coast earlier this week.
Matt Lauer will host Hurricane Sandy: Coming Together, which will be broadcast live from New York CITY on Friday, Nov. 2 at 8/7c.
David Bowie & Bing Crosby - "Little Drummer Boy"
Holiday entertainment isn't just about cheesy movies and TV specials, there are corny music videos too!
Yahoo Music counts down the 15 best holiday music videos of all time, from David Bowie and Bing Crosby's odd duet for MTV on "Little Drummer Boy" to boy band 'NSync's politically correct "Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays" and, of course, Band Aid's altruistic single "Feed the World," which showed us that, before they all became ridiculous public figures, Sting, Bono, Phil Collins, and Boy George are all really good singers.