The story of Jeff Pickles has come to an end as Showtime is giving the boot to Kidding after two seasons on the network.
Grant Imahara of MythBusters, BattleBots, and White Rabbit Project fame has died suddenly following a brain aneurysm.
A phallic answer from NFL Hall of Famer Bruce Smith had family-friendly TV host Steve Harvey dropping an F-bomb in surprise.
Unsolved Mysteries co-creator Terry Dunn Meurer says the next batch of new episodes will include 'an unusual ghost episode.'
Famous for playing Abraham Ford on The Walking Dead, former star Michael Cudlitz believes Negan's introduction went a bit too far.
Part four will conclude Chilling Adventures of Sabrina on Netflix this year, as the streamer is officially putting an end to the show.
Jane Lynch is looking forward to telling contestants, 'You are the Weakest Link. Goodbye,' on NBC's Weakest Link revival.
Empire co-creator Lee Daniels is rebooting The Wonder Years on ABC, featuring a Black family living in the '60s.
The Family Business star Javicia Leslie will suit up in the cape and cowl in season two of Batwoman following Ruby Rose's departure.
Christopher Meloni shed some light on his upcoming return to the Law & Order universe and the inevitable Stabler-Benson reunion.
Candy Montgomery, the Texas housewife who was infamously acquitted for murder in 1980, will be played by Elisabeth Moss.
Fans are just as convinced of Rob Endres' guilt on Unsolved Mysteries as they were with Carole Baskin on Tiger King.
Classic episodes of the cult favorite game show Supermarket Sweep with host David Ruprecht can now be binged on Netflix.
Aaron Paul and Krysten Ritter will join Nathalie Emmanuel for James Patterson's new Audible Original audiobook.
Netflix has announced that Linda Cardellini and Christina Applegate will be back for one more season of Dead to Me.
Since premiering on Netflix this month, Unsolved Mysteries has brought in potential new leads for the show's featured cases.
David Morrissey says the Governor would 'wipe the floor' with Alpha and Negan if the characters crossed paths on The Walking Dead.
Thanks to Mike Judge and Comedy Central, we're getting at least two more seasons of Beavis and Butt-Head.