First Cuba, now Comic-Con: Conan O'Brien will be the first late-night host to broadcast from Comic-Con International during the annual genre convention.
"Conan" will air four episodes from San Diego's historic Spreckels Theatre and air two rare weekend shows, TBS announced on Monday.
O'Brien's hefty guest lineup will feature "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2" stars Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson...Read more
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Beat the Champions Amateur athletes go up against superstars like Olympic swimmer Missy Franklin, former NBA player Scottie Pippen and Super Bowl champ Rob Gronkowski in this new reality series. 8 p.m. Fox
Zoo James...Read more
PETA has lashed out at the CBS summer series "Zoo," saying that the network and producers ignored the animal rights group's pleas to not exploit and inhumanely treat wild animals.
"By producing a show that exploits wild animals, including lions, CBS has proved that it's out of sync with public opinion at a time when people are shunning Sea World's captive orca sideshows, states and counties are passing...Read more
Add Stephen Colbert to the chorus of celebrities and media personalities cheering Friday's Supreme Court's decision in Obergefell vs. Hodges, which struck down state laws barring same-sex marriage.
In a video posted to the "Late Show's" YouTube account over the weekend, Colbert broke out the rainbow flags and congratulated gays and lesbians for gaining the right to marry in all 50 states.
"If you're...Read more
Bella Thorne’s slim iPhone, playful text messages and revealing swimsuit replace Drew Barrymore’s clunky landline, flirtatious phone call and cable-knit sweater in the upcoming TV revival of the horror film franchise "Scream."
The new series "Scream" premieres at 10 p.m. Tuesday on MTV.
In 1996, the original film combined mystery, violence and comedy to mock the cliches of horror movies. At the time...Read more
Pressure mounts when the state launches a criminal probe into reports of widespread corruption in the small industrial town of Vinci on “Night Finds You,” Episode 202 of HBO’s “True Detective.”
State officials took quick action after a newspaper exposé detailed widespread malfeasance in the administration of Mayor Austin Chessani (Ritchie Coster). Now the torture-murder of City Manager Ben Caspere...Read more