MIAMI (AP) - Television's longest-running variety show is calling it a wrap after 53 years.
NEW YORK (AP) - When Jimmy Fallon sought to turn the popular lip sync competition feature from the "Tonight" show into a television series, NBC turned down one of its biggest stars - a decision that at least initially seems like an embarrassing mistake.
NEW YORK (AP) - No one was more surprised than Ari Millen to learn that this character on BBC America's "Orphan Black" was not being killed off, but was being expanded.
LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - NBC is bringing back "Emerald City," inspired by L. Frank Baum's enduring "Wizard of Oz" tales, after passing on the project last season.
This is a thin week for new DVD releases. But thin is OK when what is available is so good. Among the releases are those that will make you turn on a night-light and test your legal knowledge.
At first, Pivot's new series Fortitude sounded like an oddity: an English-language murder mystery set on a remote Norwegian island, populated by a cast of characters from every corner of the Earth, including Scandinavians of all stripes, Brits, Americans, Spaniards, and Russians.
LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - As "Supernatural" heads towards its season 10 finale, star Misha Collins tells Variety that there are "enormous sacrifices" ahead as Castiel and Sam (Jared Padalecki) race to save Dean (Jensen Ackles) from the murderous effects of the Mark of Cain.
Newark Mayor Ras Baraka stopped by Comedy Central’s "The Nightly Show" Wednesday night to discuss “snitching” to police, and the takeaway is this: If you kill someone in front of him, he’s telling the cops.
Ever since the notorious series finale of "The Sopranos" aired on HBO in June 2007, showrunner David Chase has spent a majority of his time in the media vaguely discussing the episode’s conclusion — a trend that continues this week.
Empire creator Lee Daniels has been hit with a bizarre lawsuit from an aspiring singer who alleges the filmmaker stole the plot of the hit TV drama from his own biopic.
"His name was Death, and Hell followed with him," declares the hooded man who guns down nurse Rose Arvale (Anna Diop) in the opening moments of the CW's new drama "The Messengers."
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