Christine Quinn may have spilled all the beans about "Selling Sunset" Season 4.
The 2009 tweet reads: "I made one of my employees cry like a baby on today's show. Honestly, it felt good."
Thompson, along with Patricia Arquette, Judy Gold, and more, tweeted support for Johnston after the actress said that her sister died on Monday.
Following a speech from Michelle Obama, actor Billy Porter closed the first night of the 2020 DNC a rendition of Buffalo Springfield's "For What It's Worth"—but it's reminding a lot of people of Tim & Eric.
"It's not a machine. This is people. These are human beings that are working hard every single day to put this together," DeGeneres said in her apology.
Some scenes in HBO's premiere of "Lovecraft Country" looked like images right out of acclaimed photographer Gordon Parks' posthumous "Segregation Story" collection.
If you're hoping to watch a 2003 action-comedy starring Ryan Reynolds, Mint Mobile has you covered with its free streaming service.
From bee stings to essential oils, the new series "(Un)well" covers plenty.
Netflix's live-action remake of Athe beloved animated series has been plagued with issues before it's even gotten off the ground.
Co-creator Harmon is once again facing scrutiny for the old clip, which is a spoof of the show "Dexter" from 2009 which has recently remerged online.
HBO's new, highly anticipated sci-fi horror series premieres on Sunday.
The Comedy Central show's Twitter account shared a joke connecting Trump to Ernst Stavro Blofeld from 1967's "You Only Live Twice."
"Women who build each other up are my tribe," Stause wrote in an Instagram Stories post on Wednesday.
People online are describing an Alabama man as a real-life Clayton Bigsby, the blind white supremacist character who doesn't realize he's Black, played by Dave Chappelle.
Stephen "tWitch" Boss had largely positive things to say about his experience working on the show since 2014.
"For a lot of my childhood there were, like, long periods where I would just obsess over mortality," Bennett tells his new wife Amelia in a sneak peek of the latest episode of "MAFS."
A viral YouTube fan-made trailer has led to a reboot of 90s sitcom the "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" and Will Smith is pretty happy about it.
Forty-four contestants will perform for America's votes during the live shows.
After a series of concerning Instagram posts, the actor told fans that he's okay, a day before he turns 29.
The politically charged episode, which was originally filmed in 2017, is now available on Hulu.
Romain Bonnet may have said it best: "That girl. She's like a f**king snake."
"Because of the crazy way in which this went down, people want answers, and I f**king want answers," Chrishell Stause said of her divorce from Justin Hartley on Season 3 of the Netflix reality series, "Selling Sunset."
Lifetime's four-part documentary series about the disgraced financier makes some surprising revelations.
This year's Discovery Channel event promises more than 20 hours of jaw-dropping shark programming throughout the week with a record 24 specials.
Programming for Discover Channel's annual "Shark Week" begins on Sunday.
If you've already finished the newly-released second season, or the plotline isn't really your thing, there's plenty more to love about Netflix's Top 10 on Friday.
It will have a new name for American participants.
The MLB team has had a lot of fun with their cutouts. Besides fans, they've also placed various cultural icons like Waldo and Chewbacca.
The psychological thriller is written by "Big Little Lies" creator David E. Kelley, who also serves as showrunner, and no doubt fans of the acclaimed drama will be excited to see him reunite with Kidman a second time.
The 'Big Brother' house caught fire yesterday due to an accident in the kitchen.