Kevin Spacey to Host 2017 Tony Awards
Is there no American institution that Frank Underwood won’t worm his way into?!
Kevin Spacey (House of Cards) will host the 2017 Tony Awards, CBS announced Tuesday. READ MORE
TVLine Items: NBC Nabs Italian Job, Lifetime Casts Timberlake and More
Another day, another reboot: NBC has given a script commitment plus penalty to The Italian Job, a potential series inspired by the 1969 film of the same name and the 2003 remake READ MORE
Performer of the Week: Billie Piper
THE PERFORMER | Billie Piper
THE SHOW | Penny Dreadful
THE EPISODE | “Ebb Tide” (June 12) READ MORE
Tony Awards 2016 Performance Videos: Watch Waitress, Hamilton and 10 Others
The 70th annual Tony Awards should be used as a blueprint for all award shows moving forward. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEOS
Hamilton-Buoyed Tony Awards Deliver Largest Audience in 15 Years
Undoubtedly boosted by the prospect of “Free Hamilton performances!” but also offering a tonic at the close of an emotionally brutal day, CBS’ broadcast of the 70th annual Tony Awards on Sunday notched the ceremony’s best numbers in more than a decade. READ MORE
Tony Awards 2016: Donald Trump's New Musical, a Hamilton Conspiracy and 14 Other Memorable Moments
The first annual Hamilton Awards — though I’m told it appeared on select DVRs as “the 70th annual Tony Awards” — felt like a three(ish)-hour of all that is right in the world. READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
Hamilton Cast Delivers Powerful Performance at Tony Awards — Grade It
It’s official: Following Sunday’s Tony Awards, no one will forget Alexander Hamilton’s name — or be able to get tickets to the Broadway show based on his life. WATCH VIDEO & GRADE IT
James Corden Opens Tony Awards With Inspiring, Show-Stopping Number
James Corden on Sunday reminded America that he’s so more than just that guy who sings in his car with famous people. WATCH VIDEO & GRADE THE PERFORMANCE
Tony Awards Host James Corden Acknowledges Orlando Tragedy in Opening: 'Hate Will Never Win'
Tony Awards host James Corden wasted no time addressing Sunday’s mass shooting in Orlando. At the top of the CBS telecast, Corden spoke directly to viewers at home, saying, “On behalf of the whole theater community, our hearts go out to all of those affected by this atrocity. Your tragedy is our tragedy. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Hamilton Cast Eliminating Guns from Tony Awards Performance in Wake of Orlando Mass Shooting
When the Hamilton cast takes the stage at tonight’s Tony Awards, one thing will be conspicuously missing: guns.
In the wake of Sunday’s mass shooting at a gay club in Orlando that left at least 50 people dead, the cast of Hamilton have opted not to wield prop firearms during their performance READ MORE