"Tyra [Banks] was a menace, she wasn't preparing them girls for modeling she was preparing them for The Hunger Games," one Twitter post read on Thursday.
"Once I became successful, I started attracting a lot of women who were only interested in me for what I had to offer, not me as a person," Chris says in a new sneak peek.
"They'll criticize President Trump but no one can argue," Fox News co-host Ainsley Earhardt said Tuesday, "he is a worker."
"There's reportedly a lucrative market for pardons," Colbert joked during his Monday night monologue, with the president reportedly due to pardon more than 100 people.
"He said to me, 'Get as much as you can,' and I think to him, that was the only way to love me at the time," Uchitel says in a dramatic moment of HBO's new documentary focusing on the PGA champion.
"These are real human stories—people trying to find their identity and connect with others and getting over insecurities and abandonment, finding their past and their family, and finding their place in the world," Kevin Kreider told Newsweek.
In addition to not knowing each other, one "Married at First Sight" couple won't even see each other before they exchange vows in the Season 12 premiere.
"Married at First Sight" is back on Wednesday for another season of marriage and (hopefully) love—this time in Atlanta.
"I mean, how dare you salaciously gossip about this woman after she 'Be Best' for you!'" Meyers joked on Monday's installment of "Late Night with Seth Meyers."
The conservative network is facing competition from its liberal competitors and it the attack at Capitol Hill has contributed to the ratings win.
News of the "Sex and the City" reboot has been bittersweet for fans, as the cult series revival comes with a price—no Kim Cattrall.
A memorial video to the late host caps the last episode he taped before passing.
Miya Ponsettol, who attacked a teenager falsely accused of stealing her phone, instantly became the bane of Twitter's existence after she appeared in a "Good Morning America" interview with Gayle King wearing a hat with the word "Daddy" stitched across the front.
He won the popular game show in 1978.
Lucy Lawless is being called a "bada**" on Twitter for taking down her former co-star Kevin Sorbo and his pro-Trump conspiracy theories.
"I guarantee you if that was a Black Lives Matter protest in D.C., there would already be people shackled, arrested or dead," Reid said.
"Have you had enough?" the late-night host asked, hitting out at the politicians who have enabled the president over the past four years.
"If my grandfather were alive today and saw the country he fought for today, he'd be disgusted," Fallon said on "The Tonight Show."
"The reason Biden didn't need big rallies is because people weren't going to vote for him, they were going to vote against you," said the comedian and late-night host.
Shortly after many people shared news of the Bond girl's death, reports circulated that Roberts was still alive on Monday. On Tuesday, it was confirmed that she died of a urinary tract infection.
"This Is Us" returns with the Season 5 winter premiere on Tuesday.
"Maybe they're trying to divert your attention again, but divert it from what? Well, here's one guess: Tomorrow, as we told you, there are two U.S. Senate elections in Georgia," Carlson said.
A cause of death has not been given for Roberts' passing but it was not reported to be COVID-19-related.
Several popular television shows including "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" and "NCIS" have recently paused filming amid a surge of COVID-19 in California.
Binge your favorite Christmas movies while you still can, because a lot of holiday titles will be removed from Hulu in January.
Several movies and TV shows are set to be removed from Netflix's vast library in January.
There are plenty of new originals set to debut on Netflix in January.
Hulu is bringing a ton of binge-worthy entertainment to kick off the new year.