U.S. officials are blaming North Korea for the hack into Sony Pictures Entertainment, NBC News reports.
Days after admitting publicly that he had molested three underage girls from the 1970s to the 1990s, actor Stephen Collins tells Katie Couric, "I'm a human being with flaws."
Stevie Wonder and his girlfriend, Tomeeka Robyn Bracy, have welcomed a baby girl, Us Weekly reports.
And then there were five.
The finale of Survivor's 29th season came down to a handful of contestants Wednesday night. Who was the sole Survivor: Keith, Natalie, Missy, Baylor or Jaclyn? Keep reading to find out.
Back before Big Brother, Jersey Shore, and [insert popular current reality show title here], there was MTV's The Real World, a reality show that put seven strangers in one house and captured the ensuing drama on camera for the world to see.
Thursday's series finale of White Collar (9/8c, USA) promises to be not only the biggest con of Neal Caffrey's career, but also the biggest undercover act of Peter Burke's. If he can pull it off, that is.
Last week's penultimate episode of the USA series ended with Peter (Tim DeKay) posing as a master thief who Neal (Matt Bomer) had brought in to join the Pink Panthers for their $500 million heist. However, Woodford, the leader of the elite group, didn't exactly welcome him with open arms, and the episode ended with a gun to Peter's head. Thankfully, Peter's years spent working with Neal will...
They've taken on the science of Breaking Bad and the zombies of The Walking Dead, and now they're taking on ... Bart Simpson? Mythbusters hosts Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman will tackle the myths of The Simpsons in Mythbusters' Season 13 premiere next month, reports Entertainment Weekly.
After four of the five largest movie theater chains in the country pulled The Interview amid threats of 9/11-like terrorism, Sony has canceled the film's theatrical release, which was scheduled for Christmas Day, Variety reports.
1. FargoYou betcha we loved FX's sensational miniseries, inspired by the iconic film, which triumphantly mined new depths of icy evil amid heartfelt humanism. Noah Hawley's fable gave fabulous star turns to Billy Bob Thornton (a hit man), Martin Freeman (a mousy murderer), and ...
Charlie Sheen is returning to TV — but it's not for Two and a Half Men (yet).The actor will reprise his Ferris Bueller's Day Off role as the "Boy in the Police Station" on The Goldbergs' upcoming Ferris Bueller episode, TVGuide.com has confirmed.The best performances of 2014Slated to air early next year, the episode will find ...
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