The new series will show different artists, including Blake Shelton and Kelly Clarkson, showing up unexpectedly to honor fans who are giving back to the community.
'State of the Union' will follow a couple, to be played by Pike and O'Dowd, as they attend marital therapy sessions.
'It's about those raw, visceral qualities of human life,' the Margaery Tyrell depicter opens up about the sex scenes on the hit HBO series.
The video appears to be offering an Easter Egg which sees Bradley Walsh's character reading something that fans may find familiar.
A trailer for the next season of the time travel drama, starring the first female Doctor Jodie Whittaker, will air during the BBC's half-time coverage.
'The Nevers' is described as an epic science fiction drama about a gang of Victorian women with unusual abilities.
The idea of naming wine based on literary rape and abuse victims from the dystopian series did not sit well with many.
TV Academy reveals it inadvertently omitted a nod for the CBS sitcom in the Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series category.
The singer scores two nominations at the award-giving show for his work on 'Jesus Christ Superstar'.
The actress is the first Asian-American woman to be nominated for Lead Actress in a Drama Series.
Dinklage becomes the most nominated Supporting Actor in a Drama Series hopeful ever in Emmy Awards history with his latest nod for his role on the HBO series.
The HBO hit series receives 22 nominations, including Outstanding Drama Series and Supporting Actor in a Drama Series.
The 'Justice League' actress will star on the drama based on the acclaimed post-apocalyptic science fiction DC comic book series by Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra.
The 'Deep Impact' helmer will also executive produce the untitled morning show drama, which is based on an original idea by Michael Ellenberg.
The first look gives fans an insight into the big changes in the upcoming season as the characters are not driving around in cars anymore.
The model lands her first TV leading gig on the talent show, which she feels 'passionate about.'
While viewers speculate that this will be their last time seeing this character on the dystopian series, producer Warren Littlefield says otherwise.
The actress will play Pick, who returns to her Texas hometown to look into the murder of her younger sister.
The show will feature the actress interviewing female celebrities and trailblazers such as Ava DuVernay, Dolly Parton and more.
Calling the claims 'frivolous,' the media mogul insists the people who filed it 'either do not understand copyright law or are pursuing it not withstanding its manifest lack of merit.'