"Sonic Prime" is the upcoming Sonic the Hedgehog animated series just announced by Netflix, who has started to reveal details about its release date, plot and more.
A photo of actor Donovan Leitch has gone viral after it was wrongly identified as Steve Buscemi, with Twitter users using the opportunity to show love for the "Boardwalk Empire" actor.
Prince Harry was accused of making "unduly tendentious" attacks on U.K. newspaper the Mail on Sunday by the judge in his Royal Marines libel claim, Newsweek can reveal.
The late-night host's comments came amid the Wall Street frenzy that saw amateur investors from Reddit's WallStreetBets community disrupt hedge funds last week by taking on those short-selling GameStop stocks.
"The Young and The Restless" could be losing a fan-favorite character after Donny Boaz has posted on his Instagram about his future playing Chance on the CBS soap.
"The Dig" tells a mostly true story of one of the most significant British archeological digs ever—but some typical Hollywood liberties have been taken with some of the real-life characters.
Twitter users were left scratching their collective heads after a user went viral for admitting he had been unknowingly using dog shampoo.
Prince Harry has launched a new barrage of criticism against the same U.K. tabloid wife Meghan Markle is suing—this time over an apology the newspaper printed late last year.
Meet Bizimungu Claver, a Rwandan who built a small hydroelectric power plant from scratch and houses it in a mud-brick shack after he got tired of recharging batteries every day to keep his lights on.
Black History Month is celebrated throughout February, and Netflix, Hulu and other streaming services are offering fantastic movies from iconic Black directors and actors telling important stories.
The "Grease" actress, 72, revealed she has no plans to take the vaccine and neither does her daughter, Chloe Lattanzi.
"The Lady and the Dale" on HBO tells the story of the mysterious entrepreneur Geraldine Elizabeth 'Liz' Carmichael and her seemingly too good to be true Dale car—a car that is now exceedingly rare.
Julia and Brandon definitely didn't wear clothes in the hot tub, but they may have broken another house rule.
They may be deemed untrainable, but the level of intelligence and capability of some cats ring high on the IQ meter.
From German shepherds to collies, these are the dog breeds that really will be your best friend no matter what.
Steve Cohen had faced criticism from amateur traders and others amid the GameStop/Robinhood stock market debacle.
"Crazy Rich Asians," "Us," "The Conjuring," "Chinatown," "Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory" and many other films are leaving the HBO service next month.
Sam Smith, Rina Sawayama and many more honored the experimental producer who worked with the likes of Vince Staples and Charli XCX.
"Saturday Night Live" is officially back with Season 46.
Netflix viewers watched movies starring big-name stars like Vanessa Kirby, George Clooney and Priyanka Chopra in the millions in January, but these were the 10-most-watched.
The Scottish-born 34 year-old's manager described her as "a pioneer of a new sound" and "icon of liberation."
The newest episode of the Disney+ show features connections to both "Avengers: Infinity War" and "Avengers: Endgame."
You won't want to miss Owen Wilson and Selma Hayak caught up in a matrix of sorts in Amazon Prime Video's newest original feature, "Bliss," out in February.
The 73-year-old filmmaker is indeed a gamer, a fact that seems to surprise some people, no matter how many times he's tweeted about his favorite titles.
His response may not be the most romantic thing a significant other can say in a moment like this.
A class-action suit was filed in a Manhattan court on Thursday, after the trading platform imposed restrictions on GameStop trading.
Marjorie Taylor Greene has sparked outrage after a clip of her confronting Parkland shooting survivor David Hogg emerged.
In a video shared to Twitter on Thursday, the "Shark Tank" judge also offers to collaborate with the congresswoman on selling the merchandise.
The MSNBC host promised viewers "exclusive video" of the meeting but "accidentally" rolled the wrong clip on "The 11th Hour."