Even though the comedian conceded that he may have been a little hard on a fan named Karen, he said that he had no regrets and thanked fans for their support.
A number of Amazon Prime Video original series and films are debuting on the platform in September.
So many classics are coming to HBO Max in September.
Moore hosted the iconic dance program from 1999 to 2003.
The incident occurred during a crew Livestream in which Stevenson upset fans by making an inside joke that was perceived as racist.
Newsweek talks to Kellee Edwards, a licensed pilot, expert scuba diver and a solo explorer who is changing the face of adventure, landing the distinction of being the first Black woman to host her own travel TV series.
That is, if Netflix greenlights a fourth season of "Selling Sunset."
"What a journey this has been," Medley said of her time on the Bravo series in an Instagram post.
The 2020 primetime lineup isn't as full as previous years because not all returning shows have resumed production just yet—but there are still a few fan favorites premiering soon.
Officials in Danbury, Connecticut, have named a sewage plant after John Oliver—but it's not the first time something unsavory has been named after the comedian, thanks to actor Russell Crowe.
The "Jeopardy" host's wife recently penned an essay detailing what it was like to learn about her husband's cancer diagnosis and what their life has been like since.
In a Zoom call to employees, Ellen DeGeneres announced new benefits they will receive as part of their employment contracts.
DeVayne, whose off-stage name was Zavion Davenport was diagnosed with autoimmune condition scleroderma in 2018.
The death of Chi Chi DeVayne, who appeared on Drag Race season 8 and All-Stars 3, was announced on Thursday.
Following recent controversy surrounding the film "Cuties," 4Chan has banned users from posting videos and images from the film, but Netflix says the film was misrepresented by the promotional materials released for it.
After Brett's behavior at the grooms' bachelor party earlier in the season, Christina might be right to raise concerns.
"This is an outlet that has a significant impact on every community. And for that outlet to be able to capture accurately what's happening and to understand the nuances [of policing], I think it can help the country heal," said Ronald Davis, a partner of policing consulting firm 21CP Solutions.
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.
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.
"Women who build each other up are my tribe," Stause wrote in an Instagram Stories post on Wednesday.