Over the last couple of months I have had some close loved ones in and out of the hospital. But now that everyone is doing better, it reminded me of the great TV medical dramas.
The fantasy saga “Game of Thrones,” defying Emmy’s grudging respect for genre fare, emerged as the leader in the nominations announced Thursday, with 19 bids.
Popular sitcom star Sean Hayes is joining the cast of comedy “The Millers” as a series regular. Hayes will play the new best friend of Margo Martindale’s character.
Dozens of broadcast and cable networks will again donate a simultaneous hour of commercial-free airtime to carry the fundraiser “Stand Up to Cancer.”
Hewitt will play Kate Callahan, a seasoned undercover agent whose superior work at the FBI has earned her a place in the Behavioral Analysis Unit.
The air-conditioned home of the Dallas Cowboys is hosting a World Cup soccer watching party as the U.S. faces Belgium.
This one is about my personal vote for 10 of the best radio disc jockeys over a 40-50 year period. Certainly it is not all inclusive and doesn’t list all of my favorites
AT&T’s CEO told Congress Tuesday that his company’s purchase of DIRECTV will help slow increases in programming prices, but won’t lead to a decrease in prices.
This is just fun for nostalgic TV fans. It’s television’s greatest catchphrases. There are 65 of them in this video. Do you remember where you heard them first?
Ellen DeGeneres, Steve Harvey and the soap opera “The Young and the Restless” were among the winners at the 41st annual Daytime Emmy Awards on Sunday.
Ronnie Schell was one of those entertainers who had multiple skills. He had intended to be a professional baseball player before starting his career as a comedian.
The 16th season of “Big Brother” kicks off on Wednesday, and if anyone knows about what it’s like to be on the show, it’s two-time houseguest and winner Rachel Reilly.