Rachel Lindsay and Bryan Abasolo celebrated Lindsay's big 3-3.
A never-invoked provision of the 25th Amendment derails one fictional presidency and threatens another.
"Wait a minute, it's a hostile act the other way. I totally misinterpreted that."
The former "Scandal" executive producer, now with ABC's "For the People," talks about his favorite episodes, and the time he got to hire Ava DuVernay to direct "Scandal."
The story of Jamison Bachman will become a movie and TV show.
The coming week: USA gives two of its stars a royal send-off, Hulu's Emmy-winning drama returns, and "Quantico" digs up Alex (Priyanka Chopra) in Italy and puts her back to work.
"Do you have any idea what it does to a person's dignity to be arrested… by bike cops?"
NEW YORK (AP) - For what is believed to be the first time, the number of journalists working in local television newsrooms exceeds that of people in newspaper offices.
Tony Yacenda, an Exton native, has won the prestigious Peabody.
"Get off her back, man. She's very professional and does a great job."
' As a comedian, as a Daily Show writer, as a person, I don't like watching Donald Trump. It was funny during the election. It's not funny now.'
Hayley Orrantia's "Strong, Sweet & Southern," coming to the Queen on April 26, offers two-for-one tickets for fans from Jenkintown, where "The Goldbergs" is set.
Jimmy Fallon and Black Thought dined on salmon steaks