In 1984, the explicit comic turned his attention to Saturday morning kid’s television.
The beloved star of 'Game of Thrones,' 'The Mandalorian,' and 'The Last of Us' can't handle hearing Prince's "Purple Rain" because it moves him "so deeply."
In 2003, Fox invited viewers to watch a construction worker lie through his teeth about being rich.
While Judith Sheindlin was once a real, live judge, she’s not acting as one on her show.
The short-statured athlete was, in the words of one reporter, the hottest (and shortest) star since Yoda.
Actress Emily Hampshire has graced TV screens in shows like '12 Monkeys,' 'Schitt’s Creek,' 'Chapelwaite,' and 'The Rig,' and now, she’s coming to bookstores, too: Her new graphic novel, 'Amelia Aierwood - Basic Witch,' is out on April 11.
Leslie Knope’s Little People counterpart is wielding a waffle, and April Ludgate’s is scowling.
Here’s what the Simpsons, the Belchers, and the Flintstones paid for their homes.
Master of horror Stephen King has seen countless adaptations of his books, novellas, and short stories. These are some of the best of them.
From the outer reaches of space to having his genitals grabbed by Koko the gorilla, William Shatner has led an incredible life.
In the 1980s, provocative talk show host Morton Downey Jr. traded barbs (and fists) with guests. Then he took it a step too far.
Wordiest, not weirdest. But probably that, too.
You might already know that Tina Fey and Steve Martin are in SNL’s Five-Timers Club. But what about Drew Barrymore and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson?
The new 'Stranger Things' stage play will follow teenage Hopper and Joyce in 1950s Hawkins, Indiana.
'The Golden Girls' star Betty White met one spouse on a game show, broke an 'SNL' record, and loved animals more than anything.
Since making her national TV debut with ‘The Oprah Winfrey Show,’ Oprah has become a global icon. Discover more fascinating facts about her life here.
Learn about the page-turning (fictional) oral history that inspired the ‘Daisy Jones & The Six’ TV show.
The show's title track was based on a woman who got herself a knife.