The Order of X has an important announcement: Dear White People is returning for Season 3 on Netflix.
That trainwreck New York Times interview with the cast of Arrested Development painted a clear picture of what filming Season 5 must have been like, and David Cross has provided even more alarming details
Summer is usually a time for everyone to blow off steam and get out of doors, but it also happens to be one of the best times to get a really great binge in while you escape the heat
After Netflix lured Shonda Rhimes from ABC and Ryan Murphy from FX with blockbuster deals, Oprah Winfrey is following them into the streaming space
Ellen Degeneres may be best known for her shenanigans on The Ellen Degeneres Show (and that epic Oscars selfie), but she got her start like every other comedian
The best and worst part of celebrities being on social media is that we all get to gawk and stare at their feuds in real time instead of waiting to read second-hand accounts of it in the gossip rags
The days of "James McGill, Attorney at Law" being uttered with sweet British cadence are almost over.
HBO has ordered a pilot for the first of its five potential Game of Thrones spin-offs and will travel back in time deep into Westeros' complicated history.
Sons of Anarchy has lost a member of its crew. Actor Alan O'Neill, who played the Irish mobster Hugh, has died at the age of 47.
A major public memorial is planned at a Florida arena for rising rap star XXXTentacion (ex-ex-ex-ten-ta-see-YAWN), who was shot and killed this week.
'The Daily Show' host Trevor Noah made a low-key (not Loki) appearance in a recent Marvel movie. Did you catch it?
'The Rundown' host Robin Thede wasn't worried about staying at haunted plantation until she stayed at a haunted plantation.
'Eating Animals' producer Natalie Portman was friends with Jared Kushner in college. The operative word there is 'was.'
Anthony Scaramucci and Michael Avenatti have, if you can believe it, different predictions for how and when Donald Trump's presidency will end.
'Superfly' star Michael K. Williams remembers taking Anthony Bourdain into the projects in Flatbush for an episode of 'No Reservations.'
The host of 'Hardball with Chris Matthews' says the man elected to run the free world is disbanding it.