Oscar-nominated filmmaker R. J. Cutler talks about his new four-part documentary on Jack Roland Murphy — otherwise known as "Murf the Surf."
During an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Wednesday night host Stephen asked what it was like co-starring with the British actress on the Yellowstone prequel series 1923.
Britney Spears praises Pamela Anderson's sons for defending her.
"Celebrity Jeopardy" has a new star winner.
Filmmaker R. J. Cutler calls Jack Roland Murphy – otherwise known as “Murf the Surf” – “television’s first true crime celebrity.”
Even though fans have clamored for a “Friday Night Lights” reunion, executive producer Jason Katims wanted to wait to work with star Connie Britton until he had the right role.
Award-winning actor and bestselling author Bob Odenkirk has been feted as 2023 Man of the Year by Harvard University’s Hasty Pudding Theatricals. Thursday's event included a roast during which he donned a pink dress over his clothes and pressed his hands into butter. Odenkirk is best known a…
While speaking to The Guardian for an interview published on Sunday, The Crown star posited the Netflix series should finish up soon.
Because the actors in “The Watchful Eye” didn’t know who the bad guy was, they often had to stop and ask, “Could it be me?”
Kutcher's That '70s Show co-star was charged with three counts of rape in June 2020 and stood trial in late 2022.
The show's host, former psychologist Dr. Phil McGraw, has said he is stepping back from the daytime slot because "there is so much more I wish to do."
Dr. Phil is set to quit his daytime show, but will be returning in Prime time. Buzz60’s Keri Lumm has more.
'Yellowstone' hunk Cole Hauser swapped his cowboy hat for a navy polo and baseball cap.
Amazon Studios is reportedly developing an entire ‘Tomb Raider’ multi-media universe that will consist of interconnected projects across TV, film and video games, all based on the popular character of Lara Croft.
A look back at the life and career of Cindy Williams, best remembered for playing Shirley opposite Penny Marshall’s Laverne on the popular sitcom “Laverne & Shirley.”
Cindy Williams, who played Shirley opposite Penny Marshall’s Laverne on the popular sitcom “Laverne & Shirley,” has died. Williams' family said in statement Monday that she died in Los Angeles Wednesday after a brief illness. She was 75. Williams credits included the films “American Graffiti" and “The Conversation.” But she was by far best known for playing the straitlaced Shirley Feeney on the ABC sitcom “Laverne & Shirley.” The show, a spinoff of “Happy Days” was one of the most popular shows on television in its prime. It ran from 1976 to 1983.
When "Jeopardy!" set out on its quest for a new host to replace the great Alex Trebek, everybody seemed to have an opinion about who should fill those shoes. Ken Jennings was considered a favorite among the revolving door of celebrities who auditioned for the job, drawing the support of form…
Bruce Miller, Sioux City Journal editor and entertainment writer, interviews actors Warren Christie and Amy Acker and executive producer Emily Fox of the Freeform series "The Watchful Eye."
In October 2019, the actress began filming the revival of her Disney Channel TV show. However, after two episodes were shot, original showrunner Terri Minsky quit due to creative differences with Disney and the project was ultimately scrapped.
The actress, best known as the first to play Wednesday Addams in the original "The Addams Family" sitcom has died at the age of 64, according to her longtime agent.
Actor Annie Wersching, best known for playing FBI agent Renee Walker in the series “24” and providing the voice for Tess in the video game “The Last of Us,” has died. She was 45. She passed away Sunday morning in Los Angeles following a battle with cancer, her publicist told The Associated Press. The type of cancer was not specified. Born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri, Wersching appeared on dozens of television shows over the course of her two-decade career. She had recurring roles on “Bosch,” “The Vampire Diaries,” Marvel’s “Runaways,” “The Rookie” and, most recently, the second season of “Star Trek: Picard."
Actor Annie Wersching, best known for playing FBI agent Renee Walker in the series "24" and providing the voice for Tess in the video game "The Last of Us," has died. She was 45.
Lisa Loring, best known as the first actress to play Wednesday Addams in the original "The Addams Family" sitcom, has died at the age of 64.
Barrett Strong, one of Motown’s founding artists and most gifted songwriters who sang lead on the company’s breakthrough single “Money (That’s What I Want)” and later collaborated on such classics as “I Heard It Through the Grapevine" and “War,” has died. He was 81. Strong's death was announced Sunday on social media by the Motown Museum, which did not immediately provide further details. “Money,” a million-seller released in 1960, was Motown’s first major hit. Strong and Norman Whitfield became one of Motown’s most productive and eclectic songwriting combinations, writing several hits for the Temptations.
The comedian imitated the late King of Pop during his days on Saturday Night Live in the early '80s.
Released last year, the Hulu miniseries chronicled the marriage between the Baywatch actress and Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee as played by Lily James and Sebastian Stan.
When David Windsor and Casey Johnson were looking for story ideas, they discovered they both loved reading obituaries.
"I’ve got a broken collarbone. I’ve got two broken ribs. I’ve got two cracked kneecaps," Leno said.
'The Hollywood Reporter' ('THR') reports that 'Rick & Morty' co-creator Justin Roiland has now been dropped by both Adult Swim and Hulu.