After starring in shows such as “Mad Men” and “Community,” one thing Alison Brie had yet to do on screen was strip down in front of the cameras.
“Frasier” star Kelsey Grammer opens up about the brutal death of his younger sister and the loss of other family members in an interview with BBC Radio 4.
Everyone makes mistakes and Hugh Grant has revealed which of his films he now considers an “appalling choice."
An explosion caused massive chaos during Monday morning’s rush hour in New York City, but some CNN viewers could be in the dark because the network spent an inordinate amount of time covering an anti-Trump story about the president’s soda consumption while details of the attack unfolded.
Bella Thorne made a shocking revelation to her fans on social media.
Dr. Oz will release the lost Corey Feldman detective tapes about his alleged sexual abuse proving that the former child star did in fact share the name of his accusers when questioned by police in 1993.
Dylan Farrow can’t fathom why women continue to work with Woody Allen in the age of #MeToo after she accused him of molesting her as a child.
Ronan Farrow continues to subtle jabs at NBC News for refusing to air his reporting that would have outed Harvey Weinstein as a sexual predator months before he eventually published his findings in The New Yorker.
In episode 7 of CBS’ “Young Sheldon” the show took a break from its title character to focus on the Cooper family. When Sheldon’s dad and his grandmother butt heads, the kids worry that the falling out will lead to their parents divorcing.
It seems her role as “Wonder Woman” has propelled actress Gal Gadot to yet another Hollywood accolade.