Bethenny Frankel Quits RHONY
The longtime Real Housewives star is leaving the Bravo reality series
SNL Season 45 Host Predictions
Jennifer Aniston? Phoebe Waller-Bridge? Lil Nas X? Sylvester Stallone? Our annual SNL guessing game is here (and we’re feeling pretty good about our picks)
DWTS Casting Controversy Erupts
ABC is taking some serious heat (including from host Tom Bergeron) for casting disgraced White House mouthpiece Sean Spicer in the latest season
Poll: Who Is TV's Top Funny Man?
Vote now for who you think should win the Emmy for Lead Actor in a Comedy
Bethenny Frankel Quits Real Housewives of New York City
One of the original Real Housewives of New York City is saying goodbye to the Big Apple: Bethenny Frankel is exiting the Bravo reality series READ MORE
Barry's Sarah Goldberg Breaks Down the Epic Season 2 Monologue That Cinched Her Emmy Nomination
Saturday Night Live Season 45 Premiere Host Guessing Game: Jennifer Aniston? Phoebe Waller-Bridge? Lil Nas X? (At Long Last) Kristen Bell?
Forget song of the summer. Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road” is now the undisputed song of the decade, having ruled Billboard‘s Hot 100 chart for a record-shattering 19 weeks. It’s a veritable foregone conclusion that Lorne Michaels will extend an invitation to the rapper to pull double duty as host and musical guest of Saturday Night Live‘s inaugural Season 45 installment. READ MORE
TVLine Items: Big Mouth Return Date, Titans Casts Doctor Light and More
The Hormone Monster will continue to terrorize the students of Bridgeton Middle School this fall.
Legacies Adds Fosters Vet in Season 2 — Will She Get 'Flirtatious' With Hope?
Manifest Casts a Blast From Ben's Past
Dancing With the Stars Hit With Backlash Over Sean Spicer Casting; Host Tom Bergeron Calls Out ABC
Dancing With the Stars‘ decision to cast Sean Spicer in its latest season has drawn a sharp rebuke on social media, with some calling on ABC to reverse course and dump the disgraced former White House press secretary. READ MORE
Bachelor in Paradise's First Same-Sex Couple Praised as 'Groundbreaking'
Nearly 18 years after The Bachelor premiered on ABC, the reality dating franchise is finally broadening its horizons with a same-sex romance. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO