The recently-canceled CBS sitcom will be remembered for its raunchy sex jokes that sparked many FCC complaints.
After a slow start, the late-night host has seen a boost thanks to his evisceration of President Trump and the chaotic news cycle.
Can “Fahrenheit 11/9" do what “Fahrenheit 9/11" couldn't?
Sexual assault allegations swiftly toppled a band that had championed respect and consent.
The conservative sitcom, which still had decent ratings, was canceled for “business and scheduling reasons."
Miss D.C. Kára McCullough said during the pageant that health care is a privilege, not a right. And social media reacted.
David Letterman, who reinvented late-night television with his irreverent and distinctly original comic sensibility, will receive the Kennedy Center’s 2017 Mark Twain Prize for American Humor. Letterman, 70, will be honored with the 20th-annual prize at a gala performance Oct. 22. The event will be televised later nationally. The Twain, considered the most prestigious honor […]
Stephen Colbert, Seth Meyers, Trevor Noah and other TV comics managed to work in jokes off the late-breaking story.
McCarthy's take on the White House press secretary has become a standout “Saturday Night Live” moment, drawing record viewers and fueling questions about Spicer's longevity in the job.
Though ABC will air a rebooted version next year, Fox thought it didn't make sense to revive the show so soon.