Prime time television remains overwhelmingly white both in front of and behind the camera, actors, writers and academics told a U.S. Civil Rights Commission hearing.
Big Bird, Fred Rogers, James Coburn, Annette Funicello, Ben Johnson, Charlie Sheen, James Brown and the Supremes are among 24 recipients of Hollywood Walk of Fame stars in the coming year.
Richard Webb, who portrayed television's Saturday afternoon hero "Captain Midnight" in the 1950s, shot himself to death while despondent over failing health, authorities said. Webb, 77, was…
Arleen Auger, 53, a Southern California soprano who found fame more easily in Europe than at home, died in the Netherlands of cancer. Auger underwent three surgeries for a malignant brain tumor last…
Ray Sharkey, the hard-living actor who starred in television's "Wiseguy" and the movie "The Idolmaker," died of AIDS complications, his manager said Saturday. He was 40.
U.S. District Judge Irving Hill has permanently dismissed George Holliday's $ 100 million copyright infringement lawsuit, ruling that it had no merit.
Services for Marlo Lewis will be held at noon today at Hillside Memorial Park in Los Angeles.
Alexis Smith, the statuesque actress who appeared in films such as "Night and Day" in the 1940s and '50s and made a comeback on the stage in a Tony Award-winning performance in "Follies," died…
Hollywood talent agent Wallace Kaye was sentenced Wednesday to five years and four months in jail for sexual attacks on 11 actresses and models.
With the specter of government action looming, leading TV exex defended their industry Tuesday against charges that there is too much violence on television.