A thriller of a plot playing out on a train: We’ve seen it before, but not with a notable addition in the form of one Liam Neeson.
CBS’ Face the Nation host John Dickerson has been named to replace Charlie Rose on the network’s CBS this Morning joining Norah O’Donnell and Gayle King.
It was bound to happen. Political firebrand Steve Bannon is exiting the right-wing website, Breitbart News.
Oprah vs. Donald?
The biggest news to come out of this year’s Golden Globes had nothing to do with film or television.
White House staffer Stephen Miller appeared on CNN’s Sunday news program, State of the Union, and engaged in an often abrasive series of exchanges with host Jake Tapper.
Inside the Insidious franchise, sixtyish parapsychologist Elise Rainier has seen it all.
Writer Michael Wolff took to the airwaves Friday to defend his work behind the new book, Fire and Fury, an in-depth, no-holds-barred look inside the Trump White House.
David Letterman’s new Netflix program has landed former president Barack Obama as his first guest, according to a news release from the popular subscription service.
Actress Helena Bonham Carter and her reps are in discussions to cast her in the role of Princess Margaret in the critically-acclaimed Netflix drama, The Crown.
The question of who would replace Matt Lauer on Today has been answered, and it’s not much of a surprise.
She helped launch the #MeToo movement in the wake of an avalanche of sexual assault and harrassment over the last months of 2017, and now, her platform is widening.
Country superstar Carrie Underwood has disclosed in a statement to fans that she suffered a serious fall in early November.