YouTube has given a generation of diverse superstars a place to start their careers. But can they find a place in the far less diverse Hollywood scene?
Are we all actually living inside the matrix-like mind of a TV character named Tommy Westphall? We are, according to TV multiverse fans.
Latino groups are trying to get Donald Trump off of Saturday Night Live.
The CEO of one of America’s basic cable TV networks says there is too much TV on TV these days.
Some comedians write jokes about relationships or funny office situations. Joseph Riedel? He wants people to laugh about cancer.
Daniel Craig will star again when Spectre, the 24th James Bond film is released Nov. 6. But when Craig's tenure as 007 is up — who's next?
The Chinese dating competition 'If You Are The One' has been broadcast with English subtitles since 2013. And some of it's biggest fans are an ocean away.
Actress, comedian, monologist — Lily Tomlin has had one of the longest and most extraordinary careers of any modern-day performer.
Of his "Mission Impossible" character, Pegg says: "He’s a kind of human being. He’s not a superhero. He’s very much an ordinary person who finds himself in an extraordinary situation."
Red and Hot: Willis Conover brought the liberating sounds of American jazz to Eastern Europe in the midst of the Cold War. Now there is a drive to honor him on a US stamp.
The Hogan scandal is part of a long history pro wresting has with race and its depictions of stereotypes.