"But I can compromise if the dog and the baby come together," Woody tells his wife Amani in the Newsweek exclusive "Married at First Sight" sneak peek.
October is for Netflix and chills.
"Trump's allegiances couldn't have been any clearer in that debate if his hair were on fire—and it was. #BidenHarris #TeamHuman #GoliathWillFall," Jim Carrey tweeted on Wednesday.
There's a few horrifying new originals premiering on Hulu in October.
Did you really expect them to last long?
Now you can watch all the classics with your family and friends no matter how far apart you are.
Rihanna's second "Savage x Fenty Show" may be the spiciest thing coming to Amazon Prime Video next month.
Indeed, "The Hills Have Eyes," and you can watch them all on HBO Max during spooky season.
Authorities arrived at Brad Parscale, President Donald Trump's former campaign manager, in response to a call regarding a man attempting suicide.
The actor was convicted of three misdemeanor counts of failing to file tax returns between 1999 and 2004. Meanwhile, President Donald Trump reportedly failed to file his taxes for 10 years.
The song originally dropped in 2014.
No TikTok? No problem.
Folks are either desperate for trick-or-treating this year, or suffering from a serious sweet tooth.
Was that really LeAnne Rimes belting out Lizzo's "Cuz I Love You" on Wednesday night?
Many farmers hadn't harvested crops before the fires erupted in wine country this year.
"The prospect of sex seems to be a roadblock for Karen and Miles. So for them it's important to establish other forms of affection and physical intimacy on a regular basis," Dr. Viviana Coles says in the "Married at First Sight" Season 11, episode 11 sneak peek.
Parent company Mars Inc. unveiled the rice brand's new moniker on Wednesday.
A woman will travel to the moon as part of NASA's Artemis program.
"The Masked Singer" returns to Fox with Season 4 on Wednesday.
"This is human rights and it should be something that is promoted at our school," Lillian White told a Texas news outlet recently. "It's an excuse to not talk about it by saying this is politics, talk about it on your own time."
The rats were feasting on bird seeds on the Lower East Side.
Arnold probably would've preferred to be associated with a breakfast dish, rather than what he's actually famous for.
"It's a lawless war zone being weaponized by well-dressed musicians," one person wrote on Twitter in response to the Department of Justice's claims.
The award-winning actor also paid respects to the late Supreme Court judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg before wrapping up her acceptance speech.