‘The Walking Dead’ Premiere Ratings Down, But Still Monster
After years of defying ratings gravity by growing its audience with each season premiere, AMC’s “The Walking Dead” finally looked mortal as it kicked off its sixth season Sunday night.
Evan Peters on His ‘AHS: Hotel’ Character: ‘I Would Be Scared of Me’
After working on “American Horror Story,” one may think that Evan Peters has seen it all. The “AHS” veteran revealed that playing his darkest character within the franchise made the fifth installment especially chilling. Peters plays mass murderer and builder of the Hotel Cortez, Mr. James March.
‘America’s Next Top Model’ to End After This Season
Tyra Banks’ reality competition series “America’s Next Top Model” will end its run after 12 years and 22 seasons spread between two networks, the CW confirmed Wednesday.
Lamar Odom Found Unconscious at Nevada Brothel
Lamar Odom has been hospitalized after being found unconscious at a Nevada brothel, the Nye County Sheriff’s Office confirmed in a statement.
Quentin Tarantino Says He Cut Two Different Versions of ‘The Hateful Eight’
When audiences pay to see the limited roadshow engagement of Quentin Tarantino’s “The Hateful Eight” this holiday season, it won’t just be the projection of Ultra Panavision 70mm photography that distinguishes it from multiplex versions released two weeks later. It will be a slightly different — and longer — film overall.
This Week in Entertainment 1962
President John F. Kennedy went on national television on Oct. 22, 1962, to tell the American public that Russian missile sites capable of striking the United States were being built in Cuba and that the U.S. was responding with a naval blockade of the island nation, ready to use force if the missiles were not removed. The crisis was ultimately avoided when Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev agreed to remove the missiles in exchange for Kennedy’s promise to not invade Cuba.