A&E has renewed The Glades for a second season, the network announced Monday.
The crime drama, starring Matt Passmore as a tough Chicago cop who transfers to Florida, has averaged 3.2 million viewers and 1.1 million in the adults 18-49 demographic since it's July premiere. Since then, the show has also become the channel's most...
Black Eyed Peas' will.i.am defended himself to critics Monday, the day after he performed at the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards' pre-show in blackface.
"Just because I where all black, including head mask, as expression and emphasize my outfit, it shouldn't be looked at as racial...
Oprah Winfrey kicked off the first show of her 25th and final season on broadcast television by dancing on stage with one of Hollywood's most famous hoofers, John Travolta, to the delight of her studio audience.
The crowd of 300 select fans stood, cheering and screaming during Monday's show. Some wiped tears from their eyes...
Joaquin Phoenix, David Letterman
Few can forget Joaquin Phoenix's bizarre appearance on Late Show with David Letterman in February. Now the actor is returning for round 2 on Wednesday, Sept. 22.
While promoting his last dramatic film, Two Lovers, the 35-year-old actor appeared on Letterman in 2009 looking disheveled and behaving strangely. Despite Letterman's best efforts to...
The 2010 Video Music Awards gave MTV another reason to fist-pump, netting a big 11.4 million viewers Sunday night.
According to the network, the two-hour awards show was the most-watched program on MTV since 2002. Highlights included a Kanye West-Taylor Swift musical throwdown (of sorts), the cast of Jersey Shore sharing a...
With 30 new shows premiering on the major networks this fall, the doors are wide open for a new breakout hit. Could it be The Event, the sci-fi thriller starring Jason Ritter, Laura Innes and Blair Underwood? Or will the working-class comedy Raising Hope with Martha Plimpton and Cloris Leachman become the new Roseanne? Perhaps the action and tropical scenery of Hawaii Five-0 will bring audiences back to the islands. But Tom Selleck's Blue Bloods and its family of New York City cops might end up TV's most arresting drama. Vote in our poll after the jump...
Nate Berkus may have won fame redesigning homes for Oprah Winfrey, but with his new spin-off talk show, he aims to prove he can do more.
"For me, I feel like I graduated from the best talk-show host school that has ever existed on the planet," Berkus told Zap2it. "I'm ready to do this on my own. I feel so good about the ideas we're going to do, what people are really going to see, how we're really going to be able to empower people to live better."
Watch video clips of Berkus on Oprah
The show — which premiered Monday (check local listings) — will feature such segments ...
Jim Belushi and Jerry O'Connell
As Vegas defense attorneys in CBS's new legal drama The Defenders, Jerry O'Connell and Jim Belushi get to banter in court and represent some interesting characters in stories loosely based on the trials of real-life Sin City attorneys Michael Cristalli and Marc Saggese.