Maher takes pride in his politically incorrect language. But on Friday night, he may have crossed the line.
Many probably don’t realize it, but former Pennsylvania senator Rick Santorum played a large role in Donald Trump becoming president.
Following the finale of its most popular season in 23 years, "Saturday Night Live" is saying goodbye to a third cast member.
Leave it to Melissa McCarthy to show the human side of the often-mocked White House press secretary.
"I've never been asked," she complains during a visit to promote her new book, "The Secrets of My Life."
The Upper Darby native will be Alec Baldwin's guest as he returns as host of the classic movie channel's "The Essentials."
StudentsCare, a nonprofit begun in 2013 by then-Penn grad student Erica Sokol, was featured on Lifetime's "Live Life Forward," which focuses on "organizations making a difference."
"Charlie Murphy's True Hollywood Stories" -- and an appearance by The Roots -- will be in the mix, starting at midnight Saturday.
Lifetime project was inspired by the crisis involving lead-contaminated water in that Michigan city.
Host Jeff Probst takes a tough moment and makes it just a little worse.
The drama survived ABC's cancellation, and now that CMT has renewed it for it for next season, producer Marshall Herskovitz is talking about what follows Connie Britton's recent departure.
"Mr. Warmth" was also close to Bob Newhart.
He may have traded Celebrity Apprentice for the White House, but President Trump will soon have a show again. Sort of.