The 'Community' actor pokes at the hip-hop mogul's scandal with a parody of 'A Quiet Place', on which he reads the controversial tweets aloud when he is supposed to stay quiet.
New judges Katy Perry, Luke Bryan and Lionel Richie as well as host Ryan Seacrest are all excited to return for another season of the revived singing competition series.
The new season of the Netflix series will mark Tambor's first TV series gig since he was cut from Amazon's 'Transparent' due to the accusations leveled against him.
According to the Indian actress, Meghan Markle cried when she chose her wedding dress, which hasn't been revealed.
The former striptease dancer alleges in a new lawsuit that 'Life of Kylie' was used to fill a gap on E!'s TV schedule after 'Rob & Chyna' was canceled.
The bride (Mayim Bialik) and the groom (Jim Parsons) are sandwiched between Amy's parents, portrayed by magician Teller and Kathy Bates, in the photo.
The 'Avengers: Infinity War' actress will play Vera, a formidable, mysterious woman who struggles to choose between her community or her own desire.
The Indian actress also says that the show's creators need to retire the controversial character because the stereotype is so 'out of date.'
The couple, who tied the knot in 2014, believes that 'Ashlee and Evan' won't affect their marriage.
Star Tim Allen appears to confirm the news, writing, 'Who wants more #LastManStanding ?' on Twitter.
The 'Beautiful' songstress says the show is not about music anymore and didn't give her freedom to 'express myself through clothing or makeup or hair.'
The comedy also releases released first-look teaser and photos of the upcoming fourth season ahead of its May 30 premiere.
Tension is brewing between Mr. Porter and Bryce Walker possibly over a tape that includes Bryce's rape confession, while Jessica Davis takes the stand in a trial.
Executive produced by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa ('Riverdale'), the dark coming-of-age series is titled 'Chilling Adventures of Sabrina'.
The latest promo for Stephen King's upcoming series on Hulu teases the original sin that curses the town.
The Taraji P. Henson-starring music drama has been renewed for a fifth season, while Hulu has ordered a third season for the Emmy-winning dystopian series.
Emmy-winning documentary maker Liz Garbuz will direct the docuseries, which is based on Michelle McNamara's 'I'll Be Gone in the Dark'.
The limited series will follow the fortunes of a group of friends over the course of four weddings and a funeral.
The Pam depicter reveals that during the scene, she improvised a farewell, reflecting how much Steve Carell and his character mattered to both her and her character.
Patrick Reardon, who used to work for the Weinstein Company, has been tapped to serve as the Executive Vice President of Scripted and Unscripted Television.