A&E set a record with 4.1 million viewers tuning in for the Tuesday premiere of spinoff "Storage Wars: Texas."
Will Arnett, Ben Schwartz Face Off in ‘Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege’ for Charity
Brad Pitt on ‘The Big Short’s’ Message: ‘Things Need to Be Regulated’ in Financial Industry
‘Carol,’ ‘Still Alice’ Producers Christine Vachon and Pamela Koffler Celebrate 20 Years of Filmmaking
Eddie Redmayne, Alicia Vikander Celebrate a Historic Love Story at ‘The Danish Girl’ Premiere
Tina Fey, Jon Hamm, ‘SNL’ Cast Support Sciences at American Museum of Natural History Gala
Now that negotiations with Benicio Del Toro have fallen through, J.J. Abrams is moving fast to find someone else to play the villain in Paramount's "Star Trek" sequel.
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Guns n' Roses, the Red Hot Chili Peppers and the Beastie Boys lead an '80s-centric class of new inductees into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, unveiled by the Cleveland-based org on Wednesday.
The deaths of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" may have been greatly exaggerated.
Lifetime has greenlit a two-hour telepic/backdoor pilot "Sworn to Silence" starring "Scream" thesp Neve Campbell. Agreement includes a development deal between Campbell and the women's cabler.
Discovery Communications topper David Zaslav preached patience to investors Wednesday when it comes to evaluating the health of OWN, the company's joint cable venture with Oprah Winfrey.
Barbara Orbison, widow of rock n' roll pioneer Roy Orbison and owner of music publisher Still Working Music, died from pancreatic cancer in Los Angeles on Tuesday, Dec. 7, the 23rd anniversary of her…
News Corp.'s Chase Carey, seasoned vet though he is, says he had to gulp at the latest price tag attached to football rights.
Broadway hot ticket "The Book of Mormon" has skedded a 12-week run in Los Angeles next year.
Updated A little bit late today, but here goes it… Mitt Romney raised money in Beverly Hills on Tuesday night, with about 400 people attending and what organizers said reaped more than $1 million for…
Dobie Gray, a smooth balladeer who hit the top of the music charts in 1973 with "Drift Away" and wrote songs for an array of country and pop performers, died in his sleep in Nashville early Tuesday…
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