The New York Times let us know earlier this week that the Philly accent is fading out, and last week we found out that Philly is highly underrepresented in our entertainment. Proving once again that he is doing God’s work, Nick Kroll eased those problems last night with his “Pawnsylvania” skit.
Philly dominated "The Voice" last night with two contestants making it through the blind auditions.
Season 18 of Dancing With the Stars will kick off March 17, and thanks to a stunt on Good Morning America this morning, we now know the cast list. And while the show is usually known for its hodge-podge list of celebrity dancers, but this one might be the most eclectic yet.
Fox29's Steve Keeley proved himself quite the trouper this morning while reporting from Salem County, NJ.
Last we heard from Rob Zombie, he had dashed our hopes of seeing Broad Street Bullies on the big screen by announcing he was shelving the project. Now, we get a little glimpse into why, and it has a lot to do with American Psycho author Bret Easton Ellis.
Late night host Jimmy Kimmel is known for asking his viewer audience to participate in home video pranks, like the time he asked parents to film their kids’ reaction when they told them they had eaten all of their Halloween candy, which resulted in cringe worthy entertainment.