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.
For the president, television is often the guiding force of his day, both weapon and scalpel, megaphone and news feed. And his obsession with the tube has upended the traditional rhythms of the White House.
Magazine's anatomy-rich description should turn even the CNN anchor's frown upside down.
Oprah Winfrey gives a heartbreaking performance as the daughter of a woman whose cells changed medicine, Tina Fey presents a new comedy, and Margaret Atwood's dystopian classic becomes a Hulu series.
Robert Costa, a Washington Post reporter, will make his debut as the late Gwen Ifill's permanent successor at 8 p.m. Friday.
The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have inspired a slow, if steady trickle of notable films, including Kathryn Bigelow’s Oscar-winning The Hurt Locker...
It's no longer called "The Race Card," but former Sixer Charles Barkley's look at race in America is coming to TV next month.
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One of the smartest things streaming services have done is to supplement their growing library of original shows by licensing foreign imports. Each service has its own gems, but we're particularly partial to Chewing Gum, a fiercely original coming-of-age comedy.
After weeks of speculation, CBS Sports NFL analyst Phil Simms finally has a new assignment.
The world is suddenly a different place for women who've experienced sexual harassment in their workplaces.
Call it the cunning of consumer capitalism.
With a little bit of time -- and some clever marketing -- even the most shocking, transgressive, and rebellious...
Margaret Atwood's dystopian thriller is just the latest novel to get the TV treatment, this time from Hulu.
The system that helped cable-news host keep his job at Fox News all these years was the system that toppled him.
A 7-year-old boy from Marlton, New Jersey will be honored as a “Harvey’s Hero” on an episode of the Steve Harvey Show airing Thursday, April 20.