"Let's Make a Deal" host Wayne Brady has, per virtually unimpeachable celebrity real estate super-snitch Lucy Spillerguts, made a slightly more than $2.5 million pact for a residence so high in the…
Wayne Brady will have some big boots — red, thigh-high, sequined, stiletto boots — to fill on Broadway this fall, as the actor steps into the musical “Kinky Boots” in the starring role of drag queen…
Whatever's behind doors number one, two or three, "Let's Make a Deal" has been a winner for CBS. On May 4, the venerable gameshow threw an on-air party when its latest iteration, which premiered in…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
“The Hunt,” Thomas Vinterberg’s child-abuse-themed drama, starring Mads Mikkelsen, will represent Denmark in the race for the foreign-lingo film Oscar. “The Hunt” was a Cannes contender in 2012, when…
After the rebooted version of “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” secured solid ratings for the net, the CW has invested in a second season of the improv comedy show, ordering 24 new halfhour episodes. "It's…
CBS’ third-year daytime chatfest “The Talk” continued its hot summer last week, attracting a record audience and matching the demo delivery of the show that inspired it, ABC’s “The View.” According…
“I’m so fuckin’ into this,” enthused “Avengers” thesp Clark Gregg on getting his supporting actor statuette at the Saturn Awards June 26 in Burbank. Gregg thanked his fellow nominees “for being less…
NBC's "Days of Our Lives" took the gold for drama series at the 40th annual Daytime Emmy Awards on Sunday.
"The Young and the Restless" topped all shows with 23 nominations.
Mark Nickelsburg and Cindy Chupack received the fest's audience award for their film "Harry Grows Up."
The CW is fulfilling its pledge to provide more year-round programming, announcing Monday the premiere dates for four series to debut in July, including the return of “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” The…