"The Late Late Show With James Corden" is the new kid on the block when it comes to after-midnight TV, but the British-born host says he couldn't do the program he does if it hadn't been for the…
Beginning with "Late Night" on NBC in 1982 and continuing with the "Late Show With David Letterman" on CBS in 1993, the gap-toothed, be-spectacled, Indiana-born "Dave" became America's most…
Showtime couldn't be happier that you've probably never heard of Rachel Bloom, 26, the star of their new half-hour comedy pilot (with songs!), "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend," about a smart lawyer turned…
When the series finale of HBO's mobster drama "The Sopranos" ended with a sudden cut to black, some fans cried foul. Others cried genius. Either way, it was unforgettable. This fall the pressure to…
The shocking car accident that killed new father Matthew Crawley (Dan Stevens) in the season three "Downton Abbey" finale put fans in a tizzy. How could they?! Just when Matthew and Mary (Michelle…
When Julian Fellowes wrote the heartbreaking "Episode 4" of "Downton Abbey," in which the aristocratic Crawley family's beloved iconoclastic daughter Sybil (Jessica Brown Findlay) dies after giving…
TV's top women thesps revel in arrival of more challenging roles.
Helen Mirren isn't known for playing characters that stand in the shadows. Her 2006 Oscar for "The Queen" came after taking on many roles as powerful women.
When Marion Cotillard first read the script of French-language drama "Rust and Bone," her character, Stephanie, was a mystery to her.
Leonardo DiCaprio has brought many complicated heroes to life on screen but he never played a bad-ass villain. Until now.