Latest NY Entertainment
Her potrayal of a nonstop singing, dancing and silly Hollywood starlet in “On the Twentieth Century” has earned Chenoweth her third Tony nomination.
This episode of All Business with Jeffrey Hayzlett features rock god Gene Simmons discussing his Taylor Swift fandom, his least favorite Bible quote and views of life and business.
Mary-Louise Parker and Bruce Willis announced the nominees from the Paramount Hotel in Times Square.
Jenner let his hair down — literally loosening a ponytail and letting his hair flow past his shoulders — in a symbolic moment at the start of his two-hour interview.
Travolta sat down with CBS2’s Chris Wragge to talk about the film, the death of his beloved son, how his church helped him get through it and what he thinks of the attacks on Scientology.
Oz devoted the first half of his syndicated show Thursday to his response to what he called “a brazen letter from 10 mysterious doctors” sent to Columbia University.
Dr. Mehmet Oz will air an episode of his syndicated talk show Thursday that specifically takes on the group of 10 doctors from around the country who wrote to a Columbia dean about him.
Fleming is making her Broadway debut in the comedy “Living on Love.” Opening night is Monday at the Longacre Theatre.
More often we are seeing celebrities, especially men, having babies later in life. The “Piano Man” is the latest to announce that he is going to be a dad again.
This year’s Tribeca Film Festival will be even bigger than usual, with virtual reality experiences, a celebration of Monty Python and more.
Schieffer made the announcement on Sunday’s show. Dickerson’s first broadcast as host will come this summer.
The musical “Disenchanted” is putting a new spin on Disney classics and leaving audiences doubled over in laughter.
It’s been 40 years since singer-songwriter Harry Chapin co-founded World Hunger Year. His brother, Tom Chapin, continues the mission.
By Tuesday, Trevor Noah was a trending topic on Twitter as he drew fire for jokes described as tasteless, hateful — and unfunny.