Perhaps there are still some people asking, "Craig Ferguson who?"
For his final show, Stephen Colbert went out with a bang and a song.
Goodbye, Stephen Colbert. We hardly knew you.
Get to know the name Craig Wayne Boyd -- he's officially music's newest "Voice."
When crudely drawn animated shorts about a dysfunctional American family began appearing on Fox's "The Tracey Ullman Show" in 1987, nobody predicted the birth of a cultural phenomenon.
Bill Cosby's family is rallying around the embattled comedian.
Barbara Walters' pick for the most fascinating person of 2014 is interestingly a celebrity who shuns such a spotlight.
Might there be a Tyra Banks/Naomi Campbell situation this awards season?
Bill Cosby probably wasn't happy with Wednesday night's "South Park."
Playing a football player won Cuba Gooding Jr. an Oscar. Could playing another -- one who was the focus of "the trial of the century" -- win him further accolades?
Ken Weatherwax, who played Pugsley on the 1960s TV show "The Addams Family," died Sunday, according to the Ventura County Coroner's Office. He was 59.
Before there was a "Man of Steel," there was the story of his ancestors and his home planet.
James Franco and Seth Rogen are going above and beyond for their new movie.
Before NBC even aired "Peter Pan Live!" on Thursday night, its star, Allison Williams, asked viewers not to hate-watch it.
It looks like "Sons of Anarchy" has decided to go out with a bang.
AMC killed it for some fans of "The Walking Dead."
"The Walking Dead's" midseason finale on Sunday - watched by a staggering 14.8 million viewers - was about as intense as it gets.
Ryan Knight, a cast member on MTV's "Real World: New Orleans," has died, police have confirmed.
Let's be honest: Was there any way Alfonso "The Carlton" Ribeiro wasn't going to win "Dancing With the Stars" this season?
New fall comedy "Selfie" isn't done yet.
If you placed bets on Rachel McAdams and Taylor Kitsch joining the cast of "True Detective," it's time to collect your winnings.
One of "CSI's" original cast members will soon wash his hands of all those crime scenes.
Better mark your calendars: AMC's premiering its "Breaking Bad" spinoff, "Better Call Saul," across two nights in February.
TLC's reality show "19 Kids and Counting" has tons of fans, but more than 80,000 can't be counted in that number.
Nasty allegations have been haunting one of America's most iconic comedians, a man with a reputation for moral wholesomeness. For nine years, Bill Cosby has been accused of sexual assault by women who say they were the victims.
Keep giving Pat Sajak answers involving a horse, and he is bound to say neigh.
It was not the sort of meme Bill Cosby wanted to generate.
Sam Raimi's "Evil Dead" has risen once again.
"The Simpsons" co-creator Sam Simon is facing terminal illness the best way he knows how: with a sense of humor and a generous heart.
It's 45 years later but it's still a sunny day, sweeping the clouds away.
Lemony Snicket's "A Series of Unfortunate Events" will now be told as a TV series.
What can be more in the Christmas spirit than Grumpy Cat?
With all the scary stuff happening in the world -- ISIS, Ebola, take your pick -- it wouldn't be surprising if audiences steered clear of horror.
Ladies and gentlemen, it's "The Neil Patrick Harris Show"!
Stop me if you've heard this one before.
TLC's "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" is ending its run.
James Corden now has a date for his first broadcast of "The Late Late Show": March 9, 2015.
Will Smith's date doctor "Hitch" is setting up a practice on TV.
Gross is par for the course when it comes to "The Walking Dead."
Jason Momoa's audition tape for "Game of Thrones" is an impressive piece of work.
Had enough of Ebola news coverage? Wait until you see the TV series.
The Foo Fighters have made the most of their week-long residency on "The Late Show with David Letterman" -- and they've even moved the host to the verge of tears.
Hollywood's newest slate of projects is being sourced directly from '80s cartoons.
Where are two of the fall season's best new shows? It turns out, they're on The CW.
The show "Archer" has decided to use some levity to deal with a name that is far from funny these days.
Just in time for Halloween, the new season of "American Horror Story" has fans checking for monsters -- actually, make that clowns -- under the bed.
After a blockbuster summer with the action thriller "Lucy," Scarlett Johansson is eyeing TV.
Actor Stephen Collins, who is in the news for child molestation allegations, is best known for playing the clergyman father in the TV series "7th Heaven." But he has had a long career on television, theater and the movies. Here are some details about his life:
[SPOILER WARNING: If you didn't see the premiere of "The Flash," you may not want to read any further.]
If you haven't heard, "Twin Peaks" is coming back.
Alfonso Ribeiro didn't make us wait long before he revived "The Carlton" on "Dancing With the Stars."
NBC is reportedly considering a TV series follow-up to Cameron Crowe's 1989 classic "Say Anything," but both Crowe and star John Cusack are vocally against the idea.
As "Real Housewives of New Jersey" star Teresa Giudice faces a 15-month prison term that's set to start in January, it's no surprise she's also been dealing with "sleepless nights."
Prepare a pot of damn fine coffee and enjoy a slice of cherry pie: "Twin Peaks" is coming back.
Ben Affleck's appearance on Bill Maher's "Real Time" on Friday turned into a somewhat heated discussion when Maher and author Sam Harris voiced their opinions on Islam.
[CAUTION: If you're not caught up on "Homeland," stop reading now! Minor season four spoilers also follow.]
"Star Wars" fans, take heart -- Disney Channel has got you.
For the first time, three networks have rated "excellent" in an annual survey of LGBT portrayals on television, the LGBT media advocacy organization GLAAD said Wednesday.
Netflix, Amazon, Hulu and iTunes are adding titles to their streaming options in October.
The return of "Once Upon a Time" on Sunday night left fans "Frozen" in their seats.
How do you keep things fresh in your 26th season? If you're "The Simpsons," you roll out a jaw-dropping couch gag AND kill off a Springfield resident while you're at it.
Season 40 of "Saturday Night Live" kicked off over the weekend with much the same assessment as previous seasons: talent that needs seasoning, up-and-down sketches and mixed reviews.
On October 11, 1975, "Saturday Night Live" was first beamed into living rooms.
"Saturday Night Live" will begin its 40th season Saturday, and in its first 39 years it's produced at least 39 hilarious sketches.
Gather 'round, students: "How to Get Away with Murder's" Viola Davis is teaching a lesson in how to win a TV show.
On Thursday night Shonda Rhimes will rule the airwaves.
ABC's newest family, the affluent Johnsons on "Black-ish," has been very well-received.
The two leads in MTV's "Faking It" spent Season 1 pretending to be lesbians. Now they've been joined by an intersex character.
This week's lesson from "Dancing with the Stars": Maybe it's not the best idea to be on a book tour while dancing in the competition.
The competition was thick during prime time on Monday, and we're not talking about "Dancing with the Stars" or "The Voice."
Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn will lead the cast of "True Detective's" second season, HBO confirmed Tuesday.
Welcome to "The Voice's" swiveling chairs, Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams.
With Fox's "Gotham," we have the chance to see Batman begin once more.
"The Good Wife's" season 6 premiere ratings weren't revelatory, but the episode sure was.
"The Big Bang Theory" is back in action.
Colin Farrell has just filled in one piece of the "True Detective" casting puzzle by confirming that he'll be joining the HBO series for its second season.
A devastating plane crash left 48 survivors stranded on a mysterious island when J.J. Abrams' "Lost" premiered on ABC on September 22, 2004.
If it hasn't been your day -- or even your year -- you can still count on a select group of "Friends" to make you smile.
Maybe it's the cobwebs, the skulls and the creepy books, but somehow one gets the feeling that this is no ordinary library.
Honey Boo Boo's parents are calling it quits.
E! will keep producing "Fashion Police" without Joan Rivers, the talk show's ringleader who died earlier this month.
NBC was wary of "The Cosby Show."
It's hard to believe that "The Cosby Show" premiered 30 years ago this month.
"7th Heaven" ended its run seven years ago, but the show's stars are still like family.
It's become a popular segment on his show, and Jimmy Fallon's latest lip-sync battle featured "The Voice" coaches Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton.
Darrell Hammond will be the new Don Pardo.
"Saturday Night Live alum and "Stefon" mastermind Bill Hader will return to the show, which is now entering its 40th season, as host for the October 11th episode. Indie-soul singer Hozier, whose self-titled debut comes out next week, will appear as the episode's musical guest.
A little good, a little bad and a whole lot of nostalgia were in play at the Paley Center's "Facts of Life" reunion in Beverly Hills, California, on Monday.
Lupita Nyong'o wants children to understand something she didn't when she was growing up: Love the skin you're in.
"Dancing with the Stars" is down from 13 competitors to 12 after season 19's first elimination on Tuesday.
"The View" returned to TV on Monday with a new set, two new faces and a pair of returning hosts who've spent their time away focusing on their health.
Returning to late night after more than half a century earns you an entire evening for yourself.
"Dancing with the Stars" got off to a fresh start Monday with actor Alfonso Ribeiro taking the lead in the season 19 premiere.
After a dust-up last week, Rihanna says she doesn't want her performance of the song "Run This Town" to air on "Thursday Night Football" this week.