The Super Bowl is still days away, but the advertising has already started. Many are starting the hype early with online teasers.
Lady Gaga said she hopes her Super Bowl halftime show will celebrate “inclusion” and the “spirit of equality”.
NBC said Wednesday that news anchor Tamron Hall is leaving the network.
President Donald Trump is seeking prayers for Arnold Schwarzenegger over ratings for “Celebrity Apprentice”.
Normal people cope with the hardships of living in a world populated by super heroes and villains in the new comedy “Powerless”.
Only a fraction of the audience had stuck around when singer-rapper Lauryn Hill took the stage in Pittsburgh three hours late.
Matthew McConaughey says it’s time for Hollywood to “embrace and shake hands” with the fact that Donald Trump is president.
Former “Sopranos” cast member and New York restaurateur Frank Pellegrino has died.
Beyonce and her husband, Jay Z, announced Wednesday on Instagram that the superstar singer is pregnant with twins.
FOX is planning a four-and-half-hour long pregame show for Super Bowl LI and they’re expecting 150 million people to watch.
The former “Daily Show” host appeared on Tuesday night’s “Late Show” dressed as the Republican.
Former first daughter Jenna Bush Hager is registering her opinion on Republican President Donald Trump’s order.
The 77-year-old ESPN announcer capped a nearly 50-year career in sports media by calling No. 8 Kentucky’s 90-81 overtime win.
Counting all viewers, the Nielsen company said the show ranked fifth.
Ellen DeGeneres has used “Finding Dory” to illustrate her stance on President Donald Trump’s recent executive order on immigration.