Stephen Colbert won't make his "Late Show" debut until after Labor Day, but clearly he hasn't been taking the summer off.
The General Lee has been recalled.
Sen. Ted Cruz has his eyes on one of the most important jobs in the country: replacing Harry Shearer on "The Simpsons."
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.
As a kid, Wally Feresten longed to write for television. He just never imagined that he'd be doing it with a felt marker on 14-by-22-inch pieces of recycled cardboard.
For decades, gays and lesbians were almost invisible in film and television. Homosexuality in the larger culture was draped in code words, and onscreen depictions either disguised gays and lesbians or treated them as objects of ridicule or scorn.
Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney aren't a couple, but they play one on TV -- well, actually, on Amazon.
NBC announced Thursday that Lester Holt will permanently replace Brian Williams as anchor of "NBC Nightly News."