Jay Leno signs off after nearly 22 years as host of "The Tonight Show."
Jay Leno discusses his departure as "Tonight Show" host.
A wrap of Sunday night's Grammy awards.
The clock starts again May 5 for Jack Bauer as Fox unveils its reboot of “24? with a two-hour premiere episode.
Winners and losers at Sunday's Golden Globe awards.
Comedians Amy Poehler and Tina Fey talk about their second year hosting Sunday's Golden Globes.
"The Legend of Hercules" hits theaters this weekend. Raphael Seth has more on that and the other new releases.
Characters familiar to fans of "Chicago Fire" set out on their own tonight in the premier of "Chicago Fire".
You better watch "Titanic," "Top Gun" and "Braveheart" while you can, because come 2014, Netflix will remove 80 films and a handful of TV shows from their streaming site.
The A&E Network announced Friday it would resume filming “Duck Dynasty” with Phil Robertson and the rest of his family next spring.
The cast of "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues" offer advice to newscasters.
"Duck Dynasty" star Phil Robertson has been taken off the A&E hit series "indefinitely," following anti-gay comments he made in a GQ interview published online Wednesday that appears in the Dec. 24 issue.
The numbers 1 and 4 arrived in Times Square in preparation to be put up for New Year's Eve.
Mark Barger runs down this morning's Golden Globe nominations, with "12 Years a Slave" and "American Hustle" grabbing the most nods.
My friends from Sesame Street stopped by to help me do the weather this morning.
This week's theatrical movie releases, including "Frozen" and "Homefront" starring Jason Statham.
"It's a Wonderful Life," the classic Frank Capra film from 1946 that has become a holiday season staple, will get a sequel almost 70 years after its initial release, Variety reports.
This week's new movie releases, including "The Best Man Holiday" and "Charlie Countryman" starring Shia LeBeouf.
New Sony Playstation 4 and Microsoft's XBox One set to compete for Christmas dollars.
Movies from the 1980s like “Terminator” or “Die Hard” were rated R at the time of their release – but if they were released today, they’d probably be rated PG-13, a new study suggests.