Television Programs

HBO's doc 'Leaving Neverland' becomes a network favorite

Mar 12, 2019

HBO says that the 'Leaving Neverland' documentary about Michael Jackson's alleged sexual abuse is already the third most-watched documentary for the network

TV stars and coaches charged in college bribery scheme

Mar 12, 2019

Hollywood actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin have been charged along with nearly 50 other people in what prosecutors say was a scheme in which wealthy parents paid bribes to get their children into some of the nation's most elite colleges

The Latest: Smollett's lawyer welcomes cameras in courtroom

Mar 12, 2019

An attorney for Jussie Smollett says she wants cameras in the courtroom throughout the "Empire" actor's trial so that the public "can see the evidence and the lack thereof"

For Jussie Smollett, 1 story equals 16 felony counts

Mar 10, 2019

A grand jury's 16-count indictment against Jussie Smollett might be the result of prosecutors looking to charge the "Empire" actor for individual lies they contend he told about the night he says he was attacked by two masked men

Showtime cancels 'SMILF' after reports of on-set misconduct

Mar 9, 2019

The comedy series "SMILF" has been canceled after allegations of on-set misconduct from creator and star Frankie Shaw

Della Duck, intrepid space explorer and amputee, comes to TV

Mar 9, 2019

The animated Disney Channel series 'DuckTales' is getting a newcomer who knows how to make an entrance

Smollett indicted on 16 counts stemming from reported attack

Mar 9, 2019

A Chicago grand jury has filed a 16 counts indictment of "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett related to his report of an attack earlier this year.

Bill Shine resigns from White House communications post

Mar 9, 2019

Former Fox News executive Bill Shine has resigned as White House communications director and has joined President Donald Trump's re-election campaign as a senior adviser

Siriano, fresh off Oscar glory, talks 'Project Runway'

Mar 8, 2019

On the red carpet for the new season of 'Project Runway,' Christian Siriano is happy that his Oscar gown for Billy Porter made a statement

Hockey announcer apologizes for lynching remark

Mar 8, 2019

A play-by-play announcer is apologizing for a remark about lynching that got him pulled from the TV broadcast of Minnesota's high school boys hockey tournament

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