If you’ve ever wondered who would win a dance contest between Winnie Cooper and Lando Calrissian, you’re about to find out: Danica McKellar and Billy Dee Williams are among the new contestants on “Dancing With the Stars,” along with Olympic ice dance duo Meryl Davis and Charlie White, Drew Carey, and swimmer Diana Nyad.
SYDNEY - Police said on Friday a man has been arrested after one of the stars of the hit U.S. sitcom "Modern Family" was allegedly assaulted during a trip to Australia, where she and other cast members are filming an episode.
NEW YORK - Jimmy Fallon took the reins of the long-running "Tonight Show" on Monday, bringing NBC's late night talk show flagship back to Manhattan after an absence of more than 40 years, being welcomed on set by a host of top stars, including Robert De Niro, Mike Tyson and Lady Gaga.
A record 111.5 million people watched the Fox network telecast of the Super Bowl on Sunday, keeping the NFL championship game ensconced as TV's perennial U.S. ratings champ despite the most lopsided game in 21 years.
Russell Johnson, the veteran character actor who appeared in science fiction films and Westerns before earning enduring fame as "The Professor" on the classic 1960s sitcom "Gilligan's Island," died on Thursday at the age of 89, his agent said.
LOS ANGELES - Sunday's telecast of the 71st annual Golden Globe Awards drew its best audience in the past decade as 20.9 million people tuned in to watch the Hollywood awards show, Comcast Corp-owned network NBC said on Monday.
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. – The film “12 Years a Slave” took the coveted Golden Globe for best drama and “American Hustle” won best musical or comedy in a kick-off to the Hollywood awards season that foreshadows a wide scattering of honors for a year crowded with high-quality movies.
NEW YORK - Here's an Emmys prediction a year early: "Breaking Bad" is the show to beat at the 2014 awards. While the rest of Hollywood speculated about Sunday's Emmys, AMC made a big move Tuesday that's certain to shake up next year's race.
WASHINGTON — TV was supposed to be everywhere by now — watchable anytime, anywhere, on your smartphone or tablet. But four years into the industry's effort, network executives readily admit: TV isn't everywhere.
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