"Scandal's" third season finale on Thursday delivered the whiplash-inducing twist and turns viewers have come to expect.
"Transcendence" isn't looking too transcendent. The Johnny Depp movie opens Friday, and its critical rating at Rotten Tomatoes is struggling to stay above 10 percent. (But 97 percent of the audience wants to see it, so Depp's got that going for him.
The second season of the Netflix hit "Orange is the New Black" is still a month and a half away, but that doesn't mean fans of the prison dramedy have to wait to get a taste of what's to come.A new trailer for the series teases at a whole new season of behind-the-bars intensity.
Ever wonder what it would be like to get to say things like, "I took care of the autopsy. It's handled."? Or "I have kept this secret for 15 years. I have lost my life for 15 years. I have lived this lie for 15 years and all the while I have watched him walk away from me.
Whether viewers like it or not, there is a chance tonight’s “Parenthood” season five finale may bid a final adieu to the home of grandparents Zeek and Camille Braverman, who recently signed the paperwork to sell their Berkeley, Calif. house. (Could they possibly back out of the sale? Please say yes!
Nothing comes between Ryan Lochte and his Calvins. But being the beautiful blonde daughter of two Hollywood celebrities can get you fairly close.
Heather Graham is not what many would picture as a "big nerd." Yet that's what the willowy blonde actress, who has joined the cast of "Californication" for its seventh and final season, calls herself on her Twitter profile. And as she told TODAY on Thursday, it's no mistake.
Another former "Dancing With the Stars" contestant has stepped up to accuse the long-running reality competition of a bit of fakery.
Fans may have thought Lorde was inspired by actual kings or queens for her breakthrough hit "Royals." But on Tuesday, she met the real original inspiration for her song, and it wasn't anyone who lives in a palace. It was former Kansas City Royals third baseman George Brett.
Producer and director Bryan Singer has been accused of drugging and raping a teenage boy in California and Hawaii in the late 1990s, according to a lawsuit filed on Wednesday.Read the full story on NBCNews.com.
Just because a woman has dedicated her life to religion doesn't mean she can't have a bit of fun, something that Sister Cristina Scuccia showed once again on "The Voice of Italy" Wednesday.
"Helloooo there! Again!" as Robin Williams' Mrs. Doubtfire might say. The Hollywood Reporter announced on Wednesday that a sequel to the 1993 comedy is a go, with the actor and original director Christopher Columbus attached, along with "Elf" writer David Berenbaum.
As the current TV season wraps up, there are 75 TV pilots being produced — dramas and comedies all vying for a shot at landing on the fall schedule. Of course, they won't all make it. Last year, the five broadcast networks picked up 52 out of 100 shows. That's a lot of broken dreams.
AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young will take a break from the Australian hard rock group he founded because of ill health, the band said in a statement on Wednesday.
Courtney Love has offered up her opinion on the music of New Jersey’s favorite son, Bruce Springsteen.
And we're live! "The Voice" playoffs concluded Tuesday night, with Usher selecting the three contestants who will represent his team in the live competition, launching next week.Bria Kelly, T.J.
It's been over a year since Valerie Harper revealed her battle with terminal brain cancer, and it's been a year since the date doctors told her that her battle would likely end. But right now, the actress is too busy living to focus on dying.
Jenny McCarthy and Donnie Wahlberg are engaged. The Playboy model got teary-eyed after breaking the news on "The View" Wednesday. And yes, her fiance was there, too. "He was over there drying his tears," Whoopi Goldberg said of Wahlberg, 44."I just got engaged!" McCarthy announced.
Homer Simpson has always been a bit of a blockhead, but on an upcoming episode of "The Simpsons," it's everyone else who'll have bricks for brains when the show turns its characters into Lego bricks.
Former "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" star Christopher Meloni teams up with Dean Norris ("Breaking Bad," "Under the Dome") in their new flick "Small Time." The actors stopped by TODAY Wednesday to talk about the film, but it didn't take long for another topic to take center stage.
A lot of time has passed since Cyndi Lauper released her breakthrough blockbuster album "She's So Unusual" — 30 years, in fact. But time, and tunes such as 1984's "Time After Time," have been kind to the singer, who visited TODAY Wednesday.