"Saturday Night Live" made jokes about Chelsea Clinton in 1992 when she was 13 years old. She opens up about it on the new show "Gutsy" on Apple TV+.
A Redditor wrote, "He's complaining about stabbed kidneys... his neglectful parenting contributed in part to [kid] Truely going through actual kidney failure."
"I'm actually being accused of harboring racial favoritism for translucent people. I love it. This is great," said the right-wing political commentator.
Luigi de Guzman, an attorney from Arlington, Virginia, was seen correcting his response during Wednesday's installment—sparking outrage among the game show's fans.
The actress delighted fans of the movie when she attended a New York Fashion Week show looking exactly like her character.
"There are really no words that can adequately describe how disgusted I am," Owens said on her talk show, after renewed claims that Jenner orchestrated the tape's release.
The winner of "America's Got Talent" 2022 has been announced, but after Mayyas and Kristy Sellars made the top two, one fan tweeted, "Ugh! Not impressed."
"I used to think the way it worked on the show was like real life," Diane Neal tweeted, with many crime series canceled after the Black Lives Matter protests.
For years, "Law & Order" fans have been hoping "Law & Order: SVU" veterans Captain Olivia Benson and Elliot Stabler will get together and it looks like there may be a shot at romance.
"MasterChef: Back to Win" fans were convinced that a commercial for a food delivery service had already revealed the Season 12 winner.
"Abbott Elementary" star Quinta Brunson interrupted Jimmy Kimmel's monologue on his show to attack his Emmys "dumb comedy bit that [went] on a bit too long."
"I vow to protect, provide, guide and love this child to the best of my abilities," Cannon wrote after welcoming daughter Onyx Ice Cole with model Lanisha Cole.
After the TV host was accused of upstaging her at the Emmys, Brunson had some good-natured fighting words ahead of her "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" appearance.
When the show premiered in 2017, the rebellious handmaid Ofwarren was quickly silenced. The actress who plays her talked to Newsweek about her evolution.
In the Netflix documentary about Lori Vallow, Alex Cox is seen admitting that he shot his brother-in-law, Charles Vallow—and saying it was self-defense.
The live-action film from Disney is garnering support after internet trolls targeted the preview for the upcoming feature.
Netflix series "The Crown" has become one of the top shows on streaming after the death of British monarch Queen Elizabeth II.
"The Voice" is returning to NBC for Season 22 with a brand-new lineup of judges, as well as very special guests for the Battles Rounds of the competition.
Piers Morgan said "if disgraced Andrew is allowed to wear uniform to honour the Queen then so should" Prince Harry in a rare show of support for the duke.
Taylor Hale and Monte Taylor appear to have entered into a romance on the final weeks of "Big Brother" 2022.
Matt Smith portrays Prince Daemon Targaryen in "House of the Dragon", a role that has required him to appear in several intimate scenes onscreen.
Brendan Fraser is an awards season favorite for his role in Darren Aronofsky's "The Whale" but some people claim it's problematic for fat and skinny people.
Fans of "Sister Wives" ask about Meri Brown's judgment, with one Redditor writing, "she was shamed into thinking she was a terrible person who had to stay."
"The Handmaid's Tale" star Alexis Bledel has not returned for the show's fifth season after she released a statement that read, "I felt I had to step away."
Ayesha Madon, lead in the remake of the 90s teen drama, told Marie Claire that, for teenagers, watching it with parents "would be the most awkward thing ever."
"Cyberpunk: Edgerunners" landed on Netflix on Wednesday September 14 and it introduces a new story to fans of the game "Cyberpunk 2077."
McCain served as the panel's conservative voice for four years, until the summer of 2021, when she departed after clashes with her co-hosts on the ABC show.
The star disproves the "25 and under" rule, with one tweet saying, "the Internet bullied Leonardo DiCaprio enough that he compromised and dated a 27 year old."
"I feel like it's more of an evolution of Serena," the athlete said of her retirement on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon."
I think because of MeToo, a lot of actors and actresses are nervous about doing sex scenes