"The president wanted this," said Seth Meyers, joining his fellow late-night TV hosts in their strong rebukes of Wednesday's attack on the Capitol.
"The Big Bang Theory's" Mayim Bialik returns to TV in Fox's "Call Me Kat," an appealingly conventional sitcom about an unconventional woman.
Joe Rohde spent four decades with Walt Disney Imagineering. In his exit interview, he talks about lessons learned and what future generations need to know.
Tina Fey and Robert Carlock, creators of "30 Rock" and "Kimmy Schmidt," move operations west in the L.A.-based "Mr. Mayor," with Ted Danson in the title role.
Meagan Good and Tamara Bass direct and costar in 'If Not Now, When?,' a melodrama about four lifelong friends and their personal travails.
Americans are used to saying, "It can't happen here." On Wednesday, it did — and the democracy we crow about exporting abroad was shaken to its foundations.
What's on TV tonight Thursday, Jan. 7: "Call Me Kat" on Fox; "Jeopardy!" on ABC; the premiere of "Mr. Mayor" on NBC
Ken Jennings? Katie Couric? Mike Richards? Sony is casting a wide net for one of TV's top jobs.
May Hong HaDuong is named director of the UCLA Film and Television Archive, becoming the first woman and person of color to hold the position in the organization's 55-year history.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have reportedly been in marriage counseling — and living separately — for months now, with divorce likely. How did they get here?