There will be three people from our area on the new "American Idol"
Series based on Lawrence Wright's Pulitzer Prize-winning book about the events leading up to the 9/11 attacks is another ambitious project for Hulu, home of "The Handmaid's Tale" (and "ER" reruns).
Eagles executives Howie Roseman and Don Smolenski will be in the episode of "The Goldbergs" featuring Eagles great Mike Quick and longtime announcer Merrill Reese.
Two weeks have gone by, and we're still talking about Jason Kelce's profane speech during the Eagles Super Bowl parade.
"Atlanta" returns to FX after a long hiatus, and NBC launches a heist series starring Christina Hendricks, Retta, and Mae Whitman.
Could the Cherry Hill native be decamping to another network?
"You are my inspiration," the anchor wrote.
Is LeBron James less qualified to talk about sports than Curt Schilling? That seems to be the view of at least one Fox News host.
Nick Foles hit up Kimmel. Guess who hasn't reached out post-Super Bowl?
As Amazon's "Mozart in the Jungle" doubles down on the romance in a new season, it acknowledges the complications, not just the comedy, in bringing its two main characters together in classic TV fashion.
"Bosch," based on the mysteries of Michael Connelly, is Amazon's longest-running one-hour show.
Paige Davis returns to TLC and "Trading Spaces."
My colleague Anna Rothschild and I traveled to Indiana University at Bloomington, where two scientists agreed to clamp my head to a gurney and insert my immobile form into a whirring magnetic tube normally reserved for proper scientific inquiry.