It's been more than 25 years since "Twin Peaks" last aired on television, but the wait is (almost) over.
Showtime announced Monday at the Television Critics Assn. that the continuation of the beloved cult series will have its two-hour premiere on May 21.
Fans who've spent the last two decades pondering the fate of Special Agent Dale Cooper will be pleased to know that there will be plenty of shows to watch: 18 episodes in total, directed by David Lynch.
The Sundance Film Festival has added two new independent films to its 2017 lineup, organizers announced Monday.
"Trumped: Inside the Greatest Political Upset of All Time," by directors Banks Tarver, Ted Bourne and Mary Robertson, takes an inside look at Trump's campaign — from the primaries, to the debates, to his election.
"Newness" by director Drake Doremus explores a relationship between two L.A. millennials navigating today's hookup culture driven by social media.
"This is for all of the women, women of color, and colorful people," Tracee Ellis Ross said Sunday during her Golden Globes acceptance speech for actress in a television series, musical or comedy for her role in "black-ish."
With other big wins for "Moonlight," "Atlanta" and "Fences," some saw the ceremony as a triumph for diversity in Hollywood.
But notably missing were Latinos, with just a handful of nominees: Gina Rodriguez for her role in "Jane the Virgin," director Pablo Larraín for "Neruda," actor Gael Garcìa Bernal for "Mozart in the Jungle," and Lin-Manuel Miranda for his song "How Far I'll Go" from the film "Moana."
Have you heard all the buzz about the movie “Hidden Fences”?
No? That's because it doesn't exist.
One of the biggest moments from Sunday’s Golden Globes happened before the ceremony began, when NBC "Today" correspondent Jenna Bush Hager interviewed musician Pharrell Williams, who was nominated for best original score for his work in "Hidden Figures."
During Meryl Streep's acceptance speech at the Golden Globes, she condemned President-elect Donald Trump’s campaign-trail comments about a reporter with a disability. (Jan. 9, 2017)
President-elect Donald Trump’s plans to change Washington are to face their first major public tests this week. At least half a dozen of his Cabinet nominees will be challenged by senators from both parties during scheduled confirmation hearings on Capitol Hill. And the president-elect himself is set to face direct questioning from multiple reporters for the first time at a scheduled news conference.
But the Republican’s focus Monday morning appeared to be devoted to a counter-assault against Hollywood. He decried Meryl Streep as a disgruntled “Hillary lover” both on Twitter and in an interview with the New York Times after the actress used a Golden Globes speech Sunday to condemn his campaign-trail comments about a reporter with a congenital condition.
Meryl Streep, one of the most over-rated actresses in Hollywood, doesn't know me but attacked last night at the Golden Globes. She is a.....
The 74th Golden Globe Awards were held Sunday and "La La Land" was the top winner in the motion picture categories, while "The Night Manager," "The Crown" and "Atlanta" claimed top awards on the television side.