Beloved cartoon characters like Snoopy and SpongeBob SquarePants are taking to the skies above New York City in the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
As the temperature drops (in many places), the holiday TV calendar is heating up with a variety of festive options.
Jimmy Kimmel is returning as host of the Academy Awards for the second straight year and fourth time overall.
Celebrities having birthdays during the week of Nov. 19-25 include “Dancing With the Stars” judge Bruno Tonioli, football player-turned-TV host Michael Strahan and actor Katherine Heigl.
What’s streaming now: Dolly Parton rocks out, Godzilla stomps, ‘The Crown’ returns, ‘Rustin’ marches
This week’s new entertainment releases include an album of rock songs by Dolly Parton, the first half of the final season of “The Crown” returns to Netflix and three dudes from “Saturday Night Live” get their first feature-film shot.
The Daytime Emmys are back on after being postponed by the Hollywood writers’ strike. The 50th annual ceremony honoring talk shows and soap operas will air Dec. 15 live on CBS and be livestreamed on Paramount + and will be hosted by Kevin Frazier and Nischelle Turner of “Entertainment Tonight.”
Joe Buck and Troy Aikman were nicknamed “The A Team” when they joined Cris Collinsworth to form Fox’s top NFL broadcast crew in 2002.
CBS Sports has reached a multiyear rights agreement with the second-tier United Soccer League to air 100 matches each season across CBS’ linear and digital properties.
The Pulitzer Prizes will soon be accepting entries from broadcast and audio outlets, although primarily for written work.
James Corden may be off TV screens after leaving CBS’ “The Late Late Show” but that doesn’t mean he’s stopped chatting with celebrities.
Celebrities having birthdays during the week of Nov. 12-18 include actor-TV host Whoopi Goldberg, guitarist Kirk Hammett of Metallica and singer TJ Osborne of Brothers Osborne.
This holiday season, the mean ol’ Grinch gets a comedy podcast series hosted by James Austin Johnson
What would the mean ol’ Grinch be doing in 2023? Would that Christmas sad sack be hosting a cooking show on TikTok? Writing long essays for Substack?
Less than a week after his death, a foundation has been established in the name of Matthew Perry to help people dealing with addiction.
Even Christiane Amanpour felt it was odd that CNN’s best-known international journalist had little visible presence on the company’s North American network for the past several years.
This week’s new entertainment releases include country superstar Chris Stapleton’s fifth studio album, Michael Fassbender playing a hitman in David Fincher’s “The Killer” and Tim Allen putting on his Santa suit for season two of “The Santa Clauses.”
Hollywood’s actors and studios are edging closer to a deal that would allow the industry to return to production after a strike of more than three months.
The final episodes of “Yellowstone” starring Kevin Costner will air in November 2024, a delay of a year.
Celebrities having birthdays during the week of Nov. 5-11 include singer Art Garfunkel, actor Ethan Hawke and rapper Pepa of Salt-N-Pepa.
This week’s new entertainment releases include a studio album from Jason Aldean and a posthumous release from Jimmy Buffett, a new Hulu series inspired from Charmaine Wilkerson’s novel “Black Cake” and Annette Bening portrays a real-life hero who swam the treacherous passage from Cuba to Key West in
Matthew Perry was mourned on social media by “Friends” creators, co-stars and some very famous fans.
Matthew Perry, who starred as Chandler Bing in the hit series “Friends,” has died. He was 54. Coroner’s records show the Emmy-nominated actor was found dead at his Los Angeles home on Saturday.
One of the many impacts of Hollywood’s lengthy actors strike has been that most performers haven’t been able to promote their work.
Formula One fanatics will get more behind-the-scenes access to the global motorsports series through a new CNBC documentary that explores the business aspects of the highest form of racing in the world.
Celebrities having birthdays during the week of Oct. 29-Nov. 4 include actor Winona Ryder, actor Tracee Ellis Ross and reality show personality and model Kendall Jenner.
This week’s new entertainment releases include Taylor Swift’s “1989 (Taylor’s Version),” a glossy look at opioid addiction with the movie “Pain Hustlers” starring Emily Blunt, Chris Evans and Andy Garcia, and the streaming horror flick “Five Nights at Freddy’s.”
British stage and screen start Haydn Gwynne has died at 66 after being diagnosed with cancer. Gwynne’s agent Alex Irwin said she died in a London hospital early Friday, “surrounded by her beloved sons, close family and friends.”
Celebrities having birthdays during the week of Oct. 22-28 include actor Kevin Kline, bassist Robert Trujillo of Metallica and comedian Samantha Bee.
Mark Goddard, an actor best known for playing Major Don West in the 1960s TV show “Lost in Space,” has died. He was 87.
Actor Suzanne Somers, who’s best known for playing Chrissy Snow on the U.S. TV sitcom “Three’s Company,” has died. She was 76.
LeVar Burton will host next month’s National Book Awards ceremony. He replaces Drew Barrymore, who was dropped because of her decision to resume taping of her show during the writers’ strike.
Hollywood writers have voted almost unanimously to approve the contract agreement reached by their union leaders that ended a strike after nearly five months.