Written by 'Rick and Morty' EP and longtime franchise fan Mike McMahan, 'Star Trek: Lower Decks' marks the first CBS All Access' first original animated series
On the upcoming DC Universe series, the 'Frozen' star will be joining Kaley Cuoco as the titular character, Lake Bale as Dr. Pamela Isley a.k.a. Poison Ivy and more.
Earning $42.5 million, the 'Modern Family' star nearly doubles the earning of second placer, 'The Big Bang Theory' actress Kaley Cuoco, as Forbes announces its 2018 list.
The One Direction bandmates have got together to film a celebrity version of the U.K. TV show as part of the Stand Up To Cancer special that is set to air on October 26.
'Wow couldn't put a spoiler warning on this post?!? Unbelievable,' a fan complains.
NBC is allegedly considering the 'Voice' coach to take over the disgraced host's 9 A.M. slot on the morning talk show.
It's reported that both Lucasfilm and Manhattan Beach Police Department have launched investigations to try and locate the missing gear.
Talk show host Megyn has issued an apology for suggesting that it is okay for white people to put on blackface at Halloween during a discussion on her October 23 show.
The trailer teases that while her career as stand-up comedian grows fast, her personal life is the exact opposite of it.
The mystery is finally resolved in the long-running ABC sitcom's Halloween episode titled "Good Grief".
Jim Parsons continues to stay on the top of the list for the fourth year in a row, while his co-stars, Johnny Galecki, Simon Helberg and Kunal Nayyar follow closely behind.
Although the anchor has apologized for her controversial remarks, Wendy Williams doesn't seem to be buying what she sells as calls her a liar.
The Canadian and the host excitedly belt out some of his songs including, 'Haven't Met You Yet.'
In related news, Lisa seemingly has confirmed the feud between her and other Housewives.
In addition to The Monitor, fans are given a better look at Superman (Tyler Hoechlin)'s black suit.
The former 'Call the Midwife' star is joining Olivia Colman, Helena Bonham Carter, Tobias Menzies and many others in season three of the Netflix historical drama.
The three-part documentary that will be aired on Lifetime in 2019 will also feature interview with soul singer John Legend, talk show host Wendy Williams and R'n'B singer Sparkle.
Carell, who is best known for his role as Michael Scott in the NBC single-camera comedy, will portray Mitch Kessler in the yet-untitled series.
Talking about her involvement on the season 15 of the singing competition, the 'Dreamlover' songstress gushes that it is 'a humbling experience to be around all the raw talent.'
Rob Kardashian's protective big sister Kim is allegedley 'afraid Chyna might embarrass herself, Rob, and everyone in the family.'