Alongside a collage of actors of color nominees from the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards, the 'Drop It Like It's Hot' hitmaker writes, 'f**k all these bulls**t a**.'
Emmys producer Ian Stewart calls the comedian's jokes 'deeply frustrating' in addition to criticizing the 'Queen's Gambit' creator who took over four minutes for his award acceptance speech.
A new episode of 'The Bachelor' spin-off series kicks off with the drama between Kendall Long, Joe Amabile and Ivan Hall as Joe makes it clear to Kendall where his heart belongs to.
In a video shared on Instagram, the 37-year-old professional dancer tells her followers that it would be a lie if she said 'she was just so excited and not nervous.'
The 'Big Bang Theory' actress says 'there is no place [she]'d rather be' as she debuts as a new host of the beloved game show following Alex Trebex's passing.
David Simon has ruled out Texas as the location of his next filming as he slams new restrictive abortion law which was recently passed in the Lone Star state.
The 'Dance Moms' alum opens up on her initial reaction after being awarded the highest score of the evening during the first episode of 'DWTS' season 30.
Production on the Netflix reality show about Los Angeles real estate agents has reportedly been shut down after one of the cast members tested positive for Covid.
HBO Max treats fans to a promo for its lineup and it features the first look at the highly-anticipated 'And Just Like That...' starring Sarah Jessica Parker as fan-favorite Carrie Bradshaw.
When criticizing the award show, the 'In da Club' rapper, whose hit show 'Power' was excluded from the nominations, says that 'Emmys still has a separate bathroom for colored folks.'
While Craig Melvin tries to put his focus back on the topic, his co-hosts Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb cannot ignore the naked man running past the window of Studio 1A.
In the first episode of season 21, Wendy Hoten, who once had a successful career, attempts to make a redemption by joining NBC's long-running singing competition.
When making an appearance on Kelly Clarkson's daytime talk show, the 'Thank U, Next' hitmaker looks back at the time she and her mother first arrived in Los Angeles.
Deeming the upcoming season 'the best one yet,' the comedian playing grieving widower Tony Johnson teases that it will feature two characters doing something that pushes the envelope on TV.
The first episode of the long-running ABC dancing competition show, which sees Tyra Banks reprising her role as a host, features 15 celebrities including Iman Shupert and Olivia Jade dancing their ways to the ballroom.
In 'How to Save a Life: The Inside Story of Grey's Anatomy', the actress playing Izzie Stevens in the popular medical drama revisits her Emmy snub and her 'ungrateful' label.
The Director of Advocacy and Government Affairs at The Trevor Project, Preston Mitchum, also criticizes the awards show, noting that it 'always will be' that way with the hashtag 'EmmysSoWhite'.
During the interview, O'Connor, who wins best actor in a drama series at the 2021 Emmys, also reveals that he conducted a deep research to play Prince Charles in two seasons of the Netflix series.
The big event in TV industry also sees Apple TV+'s commedy series 'Ted Lasso' taking home four trophies with 'Mare of Easttown' and 'Hacks' trailing behind with three victories each.
Meanwhile, Debbie Allen is honored with the Governors Award for her outstanding achievements in television as well as philanthropic endeavors among others through the arts.