Shane Gillis Responds to SNL Firing: 'I Was Always a MADtv Guy Anyway'
Minutes after it was announced that new cast member Shane Gillis had been fired from Saturday Night Live over his history of racist and homophobic comments, the disgraced comedian took to social media to speak his mind. READ MORE
Game of Thrones' Sophie Turner, 24's Corey Hawkins to Star in Quibi's Survive
The Queen in the North just can’t escape winter, it seems.
Game of Thrones‘ Sophie Turner will play a READ MORE
SNL Fires Shane Gillis After Racist, Homophobic Comments Resurface
Live from New York, it… won’t be Shane Gillis. READ MORE
TVLine Items: Taylor Swift on The Voice, UnREAL Vet Gets Shameless and More
The Voice is welcoming back a “Lover”: Taylor Swift will return to the NBC competition show as a mega mentor during Season 17. READ MORE
Charmed, Castle and Cheers Stars to Reunite on ABC This Fall — Get Details
Grey-Sloan Memorial Hospital will be visited by the Power of Two this fall. READ MORE
The Conners Stages Blues Brothers Reunion as Dan Aykroyd Sets Season 2 Guest Stint — FIRST PHOTO
Dan Conner is singing the blues again.
The Conners has tapped Dan Aykroyd — who starred opposite John Goodman in 1998’s Blues Brothers 2000, a sequel to the 1980 cult classic — to make a guest appearance this fall. READ MORE
The Blacklist Trailer: Will Red Survive His Encounter With Katarina Rostova?
Has Raymond Reddington finally met his match?
It would certainly seem so, judging by a new trailer for The Blacklist‘s seventh season READ MORE & WATCH TRAILER
Seinfeld Moving to Netflix in 2021 — Not That There's Anything Wrong With That
Netflix will become the master of Seinfeld‘s domain effective 2021, as the result of a new five-year deal that will pull all 180 episodes of the iconic sitcom from its current streaming home, Hulu. READ MORE
Emmy Predictions: [Spoiler] Will Pull Off Surprise Sweep — and If Anyone Tells You Differently, They Are Wrong
The kudos upset is coming — and you have six days to prepare for it! READ MORE
Paul Rudd Is Jealous of Paul Rudd in Living With Yourself Netflix Trailer
It’s double trouble for ageless funnyman Paul Rudd in the first trailer for Living With Yourself, premiering Friday, Oct,. 18 on Netflix. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO