A Cleveland block party is the place to be on Sunday, Dec. 17 as "Christmas Story" fans convene to watch Fox's live musical production on two giant outdoor screens.
The wacky Golden Globes are at it again, nominating TV shows in a manner that suggests a handful of darts thrown haphazardly at a dartboard.
The second-born son of the heir to the British throne is engaged to an American actress who stars on a long-running drama series on a network literally named USA.
CBS's proposed new version of "The Twilight Zone" will never equal the greatness of the original.
Some observers say there is no one in particular who is "ready" or "qualified" to take on Lauer's job. Qualified? Ready? Two words: Al Roker.
A new survey on the Lauer sexual-harassment situation indicates that most people want media companies to take quick action when they are beset with high-profile (or even low-profile) sex-harassment revelations and accusations.
Billy Bush is on a mini-media campaign to shift attention away from his role in the infamous conversation with Donald Trump in 2005 -- and entirely onto Trump.
A bevy of English actors populate the cast of "Knightfall," History Channel's latest based-on-history dramatic series premiering Wednesday night.
Happiness has nothing to do with it -- a characteristic this show shares with many others. "Sing hallelujah, c'mon get happy"? Not on your life, says this show.
If and when commercial-supported TV really does die, astute media historians will hopefully note how certain shows such as "Stripped" on Bravo contributed to TV's demise.