Beyonce is leaving little — very little — to the imagination in her new HBO documentary. But is the famously private singer revealing too much?
In a new trailer for her documentary Life Is But A Dream, posted on Yahoo, fans can actually see the sonogram for....
Beyoncé Knowles announced on Australia's Sunday Night show that she's due to give birth in February...
Not every TV show wants to be more social. But a few shows get it, and are pushing the social envelope in innovative ways, making their programs much more interactive, a commodity as prized as total audience and demographic richness to advertisers these days.
We're kicking off the fall TV season with seven straight days of stories about social TV, followed by continued coverage throughout the season. First up, we compiled a list of nine shows that are breaking the social-engagement mold. We've spoken to network execs, actors, producers and other TV folk who we consider to be the industry leaders in the social TV space. Here's what we're liking right now, but it's obviously not an encyclopedic list. Which shows do you think get it?
MTV's Video Music Awards attracted the biggest audience in the network's history, drawing 12.4 million total viewers to Sunday night's event.
Of that total, Nielsen figures also showed that MTV delivered...
The Hunger Games
It may have been brief, but at Sunday night's MTV Video Music Awards, fans got their first glimpse at the anticipated film The Hunger Games.
"Listen to me, you're stronger than they are," Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) hears Gale (Liam Hemsworth) say in voiceover as she runs through an open forest, dodging fireballs. "Show them how good you are."
It was a night of big statements as Lady Gaga dressed like a man, Britney Spears received a soaring tribute and Beyonce alluded to her pregnancy during the MTV Video Music Awards.
Check out arrivals on the MTV VMA black carpet
Adam Levine has two words for Sunday's MTV Video Music Awards.
"The VMAs. One day a year when MTV pretends to still care about music. I'm drawing a line in the sand. F--- you, VMAs," the Maroon 5 frontman tweeted.
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Alice St. Clair, Dan Amboyer
Who says nothing happens on the weekend before Labor Day? (And we're not talking storm preparations on the East Coast — at least not in this space.) Nowadays, TV almost never takes a holiday, and such is the case this weekend. A few highlights:
Torchwood: Miracle Day (Friday, 10/9c, Starz) I wish I could report that last week's terrific episode (Jack's 1920s flashback, which went from romantic to disturbing in a bloody flash as he was revealed as "the blessing") represented a return to form for this otherwise woefully uneven season of Torchwood. But I'm afraid we're back to the present day this week, and the action is just as ridiculously clumsy and the characters (Rex and Esther in particular) as aggravating as ever. Still, with only two episodes to go after this, I'll watch to the end.