Ellen DeGeneres' "Puppy Episode" was one stop on a long (and interesting) road.
Scores of teens on bicycles took over the Vine Street Expressway in Philadelphia on Sunday, and Fox 29’s Mike Jerrick evidently didn’t find it too funny, judging by a recent interview the anchor did with the teen credited with the stunt.
Neil Gaiman's fantasy novel becomes a Starz series, PBS unveils another history-rooted social experiment, and two Philadelphia filmmakers bring the story of Batman's long-uncredited co-creator to Hulu.
Fox News’ Jesse Watters announced a two-day vacation from the network on Wednesday night, just a day after coming under fire for a controversial remark "The Five" co-host made about Ivanka Trump.
Kendricks fell in love with a puppy named Scarlet. He cradled her slowly and mouthed to his girlfriend, who was standing on the sidelines, “This is the one.”
The Washington Post reporter and NBC/MSNBC political analyst, who recently added PBS's "Washington Week" to his duties, talks about covering the Trump administration, the "train that never stops."
The Oscar-winning director took his skills to television, too.
NBC’s The Voice and mentor Adam Levine on Tuesday paid tribute to slain singer Christina Grimmie, the Marlton, New Jersey native who made her mark as a contestant on the show in 2014.
On Tuesday, a combined total of 13 current and former employees of Fox News — all people of color — took three separate legal actions against the organization alleging years of "hostile racial discrimination."
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Hollywood is facing a cliffhanger after members of the Writers Guild of America voted overwhelmingly to authorize a strike that could begin as soon as next week.
Lea Michele on life, love and TV.
Last summer, Philly’s theater scene suffered a significant hit when the Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre suspended its mainstage productions after...
"I've never been asked," she complains during a visit to promote her new book, "The Secrets of My Life."
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Five days after being fired from his top-rated Fox News Channel perch, Bill O'Reilly used a podcast to express his dismay and vowed that "the truth will come out."
The "Deadwood" actor insists he wasn't first choice for the part of the mysterious grifter who sets off on a road trip with an ex-convict in Starz's adaptation of the Neil Gaiman novel.