Now that Sportsman Channel has ordered a second season of Amazing America with Sarah Palin, the former governor has a few ideas about where to go next, namely, The View.
In a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter in which she gives her opinion on many things, including Hillary Clinton's new book and her favorite episodes from Season 1 of Amazing America, Palin said she would be interested in doing a talk show in the future...
Jenna Coleman, Peter Capaldi
I bet the BBC wishes they had a TARDIS right about now.
Several scripts from Doctor Who's upcoming eighth season, the first starring Peter Capaldi in the famous role of the time-traveling alien, have made their way to the Internet, according to the Radio Times.
Is Ben Affleck's Nick Dunne a murderer? That's the question on everyone's mind in the newest trailer for David Fincher's highly anticipated adaptation of Gillian Flynn's bestselling novel Gone Girl.
In the film, which will deviate slightly from the novel, Nick's wife Amy (Rosamund Pike) has gone missing under mysterious circumstances...
The Newsroom's third and final season won't debut until this fall, but at least one star has already lined up his next gig.
Brandon Routh is going back to his DC roots — this time for The CW'sArrow.
Routh will recur next season as Ray Palmer, aka superhero The Atom, TVGuide.com has confirmed. Ray, a scientist and inventor, will take over Queen Consolidated but his plans for the company's Applied Sciences Division will be a mystery, according to TVLine, which first reported the news.
Exclusive: Arrow taps Peter Stormare as new Count Vertigo
Routh, who played Superman in the 2006 film Superman Returns, joinsDevin Aoki and Peter Stormare in the upcoming third season.
Jack is back! Kiefer Sutherland is returning to Comic-Con, Twentieth Century Fox Television announced on Monday.
Sutherland will take the stage to talk Bauer's return in 24: Live Another Day alongside executive producer Jon Cassar on Thursday, July 24. The same day, TNT will preview their upcoming series Legends followed by a panel for Lifetime's Witches of East End.
Jennie McCarthy, Sherri Shepherd
Sherri Shepherd got emotional while discussing her recent firing on The View's first new episode since the announcement was made.
"It is true that I'm leaving The View," Shepherd said during Monday's broadcast through tears. "Some people have known since the spring that I was leaving. ...