Before Meghan Markle married Prince Harry and catapulted herself into the royal stratosphere, she spent some time as a briefcase model on the game show “Deal or No Deal.”
Amy Poehler is happy with the way “Saturday Night Live” is displaying their satirical comedy about Donald Trump.
Terry Crews is opening up about being on the front lines of the #MeToo movement.
The West Hollywood City Council passed a resolution Monday night to have President Trump's star removed from the Hollywood Walk of Fame, according to a tweet by the city’s mayor.
Jim Carrey doesn’t plan on letting up on his artistic attack on Donald Trump anytime soon.
Showtime’s long-running political thriller ‘Homeland,’ which has earned eight Emmy awards and five Golden Globes in its time on the air will come to an end next year.
Jenna Dewan is taking her post-divorce life in stride and is leaning on her best friend “Entourage” alum Emmanuelle Chriqui every moment she can.
President of CBS Entertainment, Kelly Kahl immediately addressed the tumultuous week the network faced on the heels of the sexual misconduct allegations against its CEO Les Moonves and fielded a barrage of questions regarding the safety of CBS’ workplace.
Britney Spears and her legal team are gearing up for a legal showdown with her ex-husband Kevin Federline Friday in a Los Angeles superior court.
FX will no longer be pushing forward on its efforts to tell the story of Prince Charles and Princess Diana.
Tim Allen is speaking out about embroiled television star, Roseanne Barr.
Former “60 Minutes” host Meredith Vieira has broken her silence about an expose published by The New Yorker last week alleging CBS executive Les Moonves engaged in sexual misconduct.
After more than 114,000 enraged fans petitioned on Change.org to have “Insatiable” canceled, claiming the show promotes fat-shaming, a Netflix executive is standing by the series.
Michael Douglas’ riveting career is long in the tooth, but the "Ant-Man and the Wasp" actor promises he’s still got many more years of performing in his future.
Fans of the hit Netflix original series "House of Cards" have known the show is coming to an end ever since its former star, Kevin Spacey, came under fire for sexual misconduct allegations.
Julia Roberts is making a departure from her perch atop the hierarchy of film royalty to star in a TV series for the first time ever in her career.
Three-time Emmy winner Seth MacFarlane is the man behind some of television’s most iconic, recognizable and raunchy animated series. The 44-year-old funnyman spoke to Fox News at Comic-Con International in San Diego, Calif., and spilled the beans on how he’s able to continue to make viewers laugh by pushing boundaries.
Bobby Brown is denying allegations that he abused his late ex-wife, Whitney Houston.
HGTV stars Drew and Johnathan Scott are known for their cool, collected demeanors when they deal with clients and couples on their hit show “Property Brothers.”
Penn Bagley is crossing over to the creepy side in the new Lifetime series "You."