Usher, Blake Shelton
They may call him "Break It Down Blake" back in Oklahoma, but on the set of The Voice, Usher has much harsher words for Blake Shelton's dancing skills.
"I don't think that...
Dallas lost one of its founding fathers and biggest stars last season when Larry Hagman died in November 2012.
But while the man behind those signature eyebrows, J.R. Ewing, may be buried at Southfork, there's still one last interview with Hagman.
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In this exclusive video from Dallas: The Complete Second Season, the late Hagman sits down to...
Miley Cyrus may have done some crazy things lately, but she won't go so far as to go to prom with a high school student. (Or maybe it's just not crazy enough?)
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Now that Dawson (Monica Raymund) is training to become a firefighter on Chicago Fire, she's kind of the new kid in the firehouse. Which means plenty of hazing, largely at the hands of her former (and hopefully future?) colleagues. But can she handle all of it?
In this exclusive sneak peek of Chicago Fire's four new webisodes, all of which...
Kevin Bigely, Kevin Daniels, Michael Mosley, Jessica McNamee
Everyone thinks their job is a pain in the butt, but most 9-to-5 gigs are nothing compared to the work paramedics do.
The new USA comedy Sirens, from executive producers Denis Leary and Bob Fisher, hopes to show just that. Take, for instance, a...
The Following hit viewers with a major twist last week, revealing that Lily (Connie Nielsen) isn't as innocent as she seemed.
Shocked by the truth about his latest love interest, Ryan (Kevin Bacon) sits down with his niece Max (Jessica Stroup) to figure out why Lily played the victim and what to do next.
The boys of Fresh Meat are growing older, but are they growing up? Judging by this sneak peak, definitely not!
In this exclusive look at the Season 3 premiere, Kinglsey (Joe Thomas), Howard (Greg McHugh) and J.P. (Jack Whithall) swap stories, and it seems things haven't gone too well between Kinglsey and Josie (Kimberly Nixon).
Pussy Riot, Stephen Colbert
Despite the language barrier, Pussy Riot more than kept up with Stephen Colbert during their appearance on his faux conservative show Colbert Report.
Masha Alyokhina and Nadya Tolokonnikova, two members of the Russian punk band who were recently released from prison for insulting Vladamir Putin, proved that humor isn't necessarily lost in translation.
When Colbert, who was posing as a "friend" of Putin, told the pair they would be searched before leaving the building, Tolokonnikova quickly shot back, "We've had two years of practice hiding things from searches."
Amy Sedaris, Lil Bub
Break out the catnip and pajamas! Lil Bub is hosting a sleepover.