Doogie Kamealoha, M.D., a new take on Doogie Howser, M.D. starring Peyton Elizabeth Lee, is set to premiere on Disney+ in September.
Playing Jon Snow on Game of Thrones came with a heavy cost for Kit Harington who says the show 'directly' led to major mental health struggles in 2018.
Thea White's brother confirms that the Courage the Cowardly Dog star has passed away during surgery in Cleveland at the age of 81.
Phil Rosenthal is trying hard to bring the surviving cast of Everybody Loves Raymond back together in a reunion special, but there are 'no takers yet.'
LeVar Burton made his long-awaited debut as Jeopardy! guest host this week and his fans are feeling confident about him getting the job full time.
Jodie Whittaker and showrunner Chris Chibnall will both be leaving Doctor Who after airing three final specials in 2022.
Jennifer Carpenter will join Michael C. Hall in the upcoming Dexter revival series in development at Showtime.
A new LEGO set based on Seinfeld, featuring all of the main characters and filled with episode references, will very soon be released.
Tim Allen paid tribute to Earl Hindman, the late actor who played Wilson on Home Improvement,' with a touching post on Twitter.
WWE and Blumhouse TV are teaming up for the scripted series The United States Vs. Vince McMahon centering on the WWE Chairman's 1994 steroid trial.
Dexter: New Blood will premiere on Showtime this winter and the cabler has released a new trailer for the upcoming revival series.
Netflix has set a September premiere date for the sixth and final season of Lucifer that was first announced during [email protected]
Marina Sirtis wants the next Star Trek series to delve into the Klingon Empire with Michael Dorn's Worf serving as the main character.
The original voice of Olmec will return in the upcoming Legends of the Hidden Temple reboot for The CW.
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa is launching a comic book sequel with plans to 'eventually' bring back Kiernan Shipka in a live-action revival.
NBC and Netflix have both resumed talks with Warner Bros. TV about saving Manifest after both had previously passed on ordering a season 4 last month.
AMC has agreed to pay $200 million to settle the lawsuit brought against them in 2013 by Frank Darabont and Creative Artists Agency.