Micro-video site says "we prefer not to be the source" of lewd content
Comedian appears as Chad Softwick to debut the new, not real spinoff "@midday" on OWN, but things get a little dark
Longtime host Larry Kudlow retiring from anchor chair
Network run by top conservative news website is designed to rival Fox News
AMC's hit drama "Takes Off" April 13
Company still faces punitive damages in ruling that also found age discrimination and "malice, fraud or oppression"
Washington-based anchor says she can no longer be part of network funded by Russian government
Comedy series surrounding a blind father sponsors a future helper dog
"True Detective" actor also cast as series regular
Chris Hardwick's late-night comedy series sets an example for shows courting social media buzz
Comedy Central host and Nerdist Industries CEO sits down with TheWrap to talk career reboots, surviving alcoholism, and creating things you love
The Jersey housewife could be sentenced to 27 months in the slammer, with her husband up for a potentially longer stint
NBC Olympics anchor dismisses "flimsy pretext for a controversy" over what some had painted as his defense of Russia's president during the Sochi Winter Games
Rocky start for the two fledgling programs
First album since 2011's "Mylo Xyloto" out May 19
Lopez wins for co-writing "Let It Go" from Best Animated Feature "Frozen"
See all of this year's big winners at the 86th Academy Awards with their Oscar gold
...and it's a little blurry
Organization said that it had raised more than two thirds of the $300 million goal for its Academy Museum fundraising campaign
Fox News host poses question in response to Michele Bachmann remarks that Americans "aren't ready" for a female chief exec
Second season of hit History series premieres Thursday night at 10 p.m.
Reclusive cartoonist pens cover art for upcoming comics documentary, "Stripped"
Traditional family sitcoms emerge as a strong trend in the 2014 pilot season
A+E's new lifestyle network replaces Bio Channel July 7
New series on MSNBC and Fox Business Network premiered Monday
What would falling in love with an operating system look like if that operating system were an obnoxious paper clip?
The celebrity blog adopts the "#NoKidsPolicy" to shield celebrity kids from prying cameras
"Since the movie came out, I'm booked almost until 2015!" Darlene Love tells TheWrap
But the "Don Quixote" dreamers are what make Los Angeles great
"Review" puts life critic in delicate situations for big laughs