Charlie Sheen spent the better part of Christmas Day in a Colorado jail cell after being arrested on domestic violence allegations.
To put it as the devout Ned Flanders would, the Vatican's newspaper thinks "The Simpsons" are an okely dokely bunch.
Actress Connie Hines, who played Wilbur's wife on the popular 1960s television show "Mister Ed" has died. She was 78.
The parents who carried out the balloon boy hoax were sentenced to jail Wednesday and given strict probation conditions that forbid them from earning any money from the spectacle for four years.
Hollywood is addicted to visions of the apocalypse, whether in movies like "2012" or in the pervading sense that the business is going to hell in a handbasket.
After dominating last week's primetime ratings with mostly firstrun fare, CBS showed Tuesday it can also turn the trick with repeats, winning all three hours in both the 18-49 demo and in overall…
What started out as a scheduling lark -- Turner's 24-hour "A Christmas Story" marathon -- has now spread across the cable yuletide landscape.
Boy-demo net Disney XD has greenlit "Pair of Kings," about a pair of fraternal twins who become successors to the throne on the island of Kinkou.
Disney and CBS remain mostly mum on reports that they're talking to Apple about participating in a new TV subscription service over the Internet.
Comcast has struck a five-year employment pact with Stephen Burke, the No. 2 exec at Comcast, who will oversee NBC Universal once the cabler's transaction with General Electric is completed.
CBS dominated primetime's ratings race last week thanks to originals and "Survivor" finale.