If you watch NBC's "The Jensen Project" on Friday, you probably won't realize how much the science fiction movie owes to toothpaste and diapers.
It wasn't a happy hour for Annie Whittington on "Big Brother."
Averting a standoff over programming fees, AT&T Inc. said Thursday it has reached a deal to keep channels AMC, IFC and WE tv on the tube for its 2.3 million U-verse TV subscribers.
Though Mel Gibson's career bounced back from his infamous drunken anti-Semitic tirade in 2006, some think his latest outburst may finally sink him.
Like the character she played in the film "The Stoning of Soraya M.," Shohreh Aghdashloo (SHOH'-reh ahg-DAHSH'-loo) is speaking out against the practice of stoning.
Robbie Williams has rejoined Take That to record the British boy band's first album to feature all five members since 1995.
A federal appeals court in New York has limited the amount of raw footage a filmmaker must release from his documentary about a legal fight between Chevron and Ecuadoreans over oil contamination.
We know how the students of Degrassi High are spending their summer vacation: Working!
The former CBS News producer jailed for trying to blackmail David Letterman is up for an Emmy award.