A scene in the Michael Keaton-starring movie gets at a central conflict now facing Broadway.
She has left country behind, but her new album's a blast.
Ashlee Simpson's lip-sync debacle on Saturday Night Live a decade ago was the beginning of the end for her—and for her family, once a celebreality dynasty in the making.
Dallas's team may have had good reason to drop the first openly gay NFL draftee from its practice squad, but that doesn't make the news any easier to take for supporters.
Not all TV is perfect, but some shows' ambition trumps their weaker moments.
The actor who played Sex and the City's Mr. Big has joined an old, ugly tradition: slut shaming.
Idina Menzel is confused that her Christmas album is out before before Halloween—but the early release is actually a good thing for her, and for the public.
Nintendo's mascot melee series Super Smash Bros. just released its first handheld version. Playing it makes you feel lonely.
Old-fashioned networks, not buzzy cable channels, are producing more boundary-breaking heroines like Viola Davis's character on ABC's How to Get Away With Murder. Why?
In honor of her Cosby anniversary, we remember another shining moment from Rashad celebrating a birthday this year.
We had a lot of hopes for Scandal's fourth season yesterday. Somewhat surprisingly, the show did just about everything right.
The joke's being extrapolated a bit from the original verbiage, but that doesn't change the fact that #TheDailyShowGoneTooFar is trending.
The day Revenge strayed from the central conflict between its two female leads was the day it lost itself. Luckily, it's found its way back.
The ABC hit's fourth season premieres tonight, and it would do well to remember where its own strengths lie after an uneven third.
"I lied and said my parents wouldn’t let me go [to Catalina], but really I just didn’t want to," Bosworth told The Wire.
"It's expensive, a little bigger, little more unwieldy than you thought it was gonna be," Jon Stewart said on last night's show. "Gonna be at least a two-year commitment."
The teen dramedy has evolved far beyond its original premise and, in the process, has become one of the most honest-yet-lovely shows on television.
Best episode? Best Clair Huxtable moment? What's the proper ranking of the Cosby kids? We're answering all the pertinent Cosby questions.
New York Times critic Alessandra Stanley accidentally tripped into an interesting question about Murder: Who gets the credit if it succeeds, or the demerit if it flops?
"What, did you come straight from your audition for You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown?" Jon Stewart rhetorically asked the UN Secretary-General.