Kim Kardashian is marrying New Jersey Nets player Kris Humphries this Saturday. Perhaps you’ve heard enough?
The ladies of Sex and the City just might be back – and younger than ever. The UK’s Daily Mail is reporting that Darren Star, the original creator of the series, is joining Sarah Jessica Parker to work on a revamp of the original in prequel version.
With the abundance of movies filmed in the Big Apple, there’s never a lack of star sightings in New York City. Being an extra in a movie is a fun way to spend a day, familiarize yourself with the industry and—if you’re lucky—make some money.
The Eliot Spitzer experiment is over at CNN. The network reshuffled its prime-time schedule on Wednesday, canceling the former New York governor’s 8 p.m. show, “In the Arena.”
The station, launched 40 years ago by lawmakers who felt neglected by Philadelphia and New York television news, was closed Thursday by politicians, including Gov. Chris Christie, who believe the state has no business in the broadcasting business.
A new era begins at CBS News on Monday, June 6, 2011.
Katie Couric has confirmed that she’s leaving her anchor job at the “CBS Evening News.”
Larchmont chef Anna Maria Santorelli will be offering some of the dishes she cooked up on television at her restaurant today in honor of her “Chopped” debut.
Jack LaLanne was prodding Americans to get off their couches and into the gym decades before it was cool.
For such a famously excitable guy, Regis Philbin made his big announcement with surprising calm: He’s retiring from his show.
It’s the size of 10 refrigerators, and it swallows encyclopedias whole, but an IBM computer was lacking one thing it needed to battle the greatest champions from the “Jeopardy!” quiz show.
A star of the TV series “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” is getting her own taste of law and order – in real life.
The 9/11 health bill has been passed by the U.S. House of Representatives, but remains stalled in the U.S. Senate.
If you love watching your flat screen now, wait until you see what’s coming next – and just in time for the holidays, with prices so low, they’re too good to be true.
A recent spate of TV blackouts and the lack of government intervention suggests that broadcasters have the upper hand over TV signal providers when it comes to negotiating fees.