The 89th Academy Awards ceremony Sunday registered an audience of 32.9 million, according to Nielsen figures released by ABC, the lowest viewership in nine years and the second-lowest audience since 2000.
Comedian Bill Maher says the news media needs to “get serious” about winning back the public’s trust amid the Trump administration’s effort to paint them as the enemy.
Patricia Arquette is outraged that her transgender sister, “Pulp Fiction” actress Alexis Arquette, was left out of the “In Memoriam” segment of Sunday’s Oscars ceremony.
Fitness trainer and host of NBC’s “Biggest Loser” Bob Harper says he is recovering from a serious heart attack that left him unconscious for two days.
CNN senior political reporter Nia-Malika Henderson didn’t hold back criticism of Sunday’s Oscars ceremony, saying it’s “laughable” for “racist, ageist, sexist” Hollywood liberals to lecture the American people about diversity.
Australian producer Jan Chapman says she was “devastated” after her photograph was mistakenly used to honor late costume designer Janet Patterson during the “In Memoriam” segment of Sunday night’s Oscars ceremony.
A jury from outside the Philadelphia suburbs will be brought in to decide the sexual assault case against Bill Cosby, a judge ruled Monday, rejecting a defense request to move the trial itself because of worldwide media reports that brand the actor a “serial rapist.”
The son of a Nazi official has returned three artworks that his family had looted from the southern Polish city of Krakow during World War II.
In a shocking development, Warren Beatty read the wrong information on Sunday night, mistakenly saying that “La La Land” had won when, in fact, “Moonlight” was the best picture.
“Moonlight” director and co-writer Barry Jenkins said after the Oscars ceremony concluded that the best picture envelope, opened by Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway, had two cards in it, not one.