A TV news crew preparing for a live shot in Pennsylvania captured a dramatic moment Wednesday after a man overdosed behind the wheel of a car.
Dick Van Patten, the star of the TV series "Eight Is Enough," has died at 86, his publicist said Tuesday morning.
Ready to beat the heat with some new movies? Netflix just released its list of titles arriving and leaving the streaming service in July.
NBC is shaking up its 2015/2016 lineup with some familiar faces and brand new stories.
When you subscribe to one of the leading video-streaming services you get a wide offering of movies and television shows, along with a buffet of different options. Which is the better choice?
Former Arkansas governor and 2016 Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee said Friday he supports reality TV family the Duggars amid allegations that their oldest child molested underage girls as a teenager.
Ellen Albertini Dow, whose take on "Rapper's Delight" made "The Wedding Singer" an instant classic, died Monday per Deadline.
A new survey finds many babies are watching TV and using smartphones before their first birthday.
We're talking about Red Noses for the upcoming 'Red Nose Day', the UK's number one television fundraising event which is coming to America.
You have the chance to help others by contributing to the 47th Annual North Texas Rehab Center television auction.
The top 20 contestants fight to stay alive tonight on "The Voice".
Some fans of Lucille Ball want her statue removed from a park in her hometown, saying the "ugly" likeness does not do justice to the "I Love Lucy" star.
Wayward Pines is based on Blake Crouch's international bestselling series of books and brought to life by a suspenseful storyteller.
Three things that have traditionally kept people tied to cable: sports, kids' programming, and addictions to shows such as Game of Thrones that were only available with a pay TV service. But all that's starting to change.
Medical drama "The Night Shift" is back on NBC. Mark Barger talks to the show's stars, Jill Flint and Eion Macken.
Disney announced that a new version of the animated series "DuckTales" would be launching on Disney XD in 2017.
New report says fussy toddlers should not be soothed with television.
A rush on new televisions is expected ahead of the Super Bowl, but the game isn't the only driving factor.