"Better Call Saul" wraps up after six seasons Monday night, ending the long run of the "Breaking Bad" universe about the Albuquerque’s cartel-fueled drug ring and the underbelly of New Mexico’s most populated city – a plot that is a little too close to home for some residents.
Smith apologized for slapping Rock and was banned from attending Academy events for 10 years.
The Puerto Rican model walked the runway during New York Fashion Week.
Alec Baldwin was holding a gun that discharged on a New Mexico set, killing cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.
The court filing included details about how Ashley Judd found her mother alive after she shot herself.
Two Amazon-owned companies — Ring and Hollywood studio MGM — are teaming to create a TV show in the mold of "America’s Funniest Home Videos" using viral footage from Ring’s doorbell and smart-home cameras.
Princess Diana lingers in the cultural conversation decades after her death. But while other media depictions have interrogated Diana’s inner life, Ed Perkins’ new documentary "The Princess" looks at her story through the cameras that followed her throughout her adult life. The results are fascinating.
Jason Robert Brown’s musical “13” came with a ready-made hook: It was the first (and so far, the only) Broadway musical to be performed entirely by teenagers — right down to the band. That juiced up its simple story of middle school drama with some endearing, energetic novelty value. Yet while Netflix’s new adaptation of the 2008 stage show keeps the talented tweens, it loses most of its magic in translation.
MLB is returning to Iowa for the second annual Field of Dreams game — but the town's "Ghost Players" walk out of the cornfields all summer long. A 2010 documentary (which is currently streaming free on Tubi) tells the story of these community-oriented, baseball-loving performers.
The “Krap Chickens” NFTs will drop on Thursday ahead of FOX’s newest animated comedy series, “Krapopolis,“ 2023 premiere.
Welcome back to “MasterChef” recaps! In episode 11, “Winners Mystery Box — Christine Ha,” the chefs follow in the footsteps of a “MasterChef” legend and some nearly fall off a cliff.
After 60 years in the industry, Martin will say goodbye when his show with Martin Short and Selena Gomez ends.
"She is a vibrant actor and director that should have many years ahead of her. Thoughts, prayers and support are greatly appreciated," her sister said.
The company unveiled a tiered system with the new prices reflecting whether or not customers would want to watch ads.
FOX is going country this fall. Just in time for the debut of FOX’s new star-studded music drama “Monarch,” the network will also air the 15th annual Academy of Country Music Honors on Tuesday, Sep. 13.
Forty years after Steven Spielberg’s “E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial” captured hearts around the world, the iconic film is returning to the big screen.
With "Elvis," the absurdity is part of the point. It’s important to know that going in, otherwise the film’s frenetic opening act might be completely off-putting instead of just mildly overwhelming. Having established his signature glittering style with movies like "William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet," "Moulin Rouge!" and "The Great Gatsby," director Baz Luhrmann now turns his camp-flavored maximalism to the King of Rock 'n' Roll, Elvis Presley. And while the result is profoundly uneven, the highs are too high (and too outrageous) to be missed.
If "Uncharted" was a treasure chest, here’s the assorted loot you’d find inside: Two slam-bang action set-pieces, some lackluster plotting, a charming leading man turn from Tom Holland, an ensemble of wasted supporting players and a woefully miscast Mark Wahlberg. Does that add up to a hidden treasure or a disappointing haul? Well, that lies in the eyes of the fortune hunter.
The performance included references to Christianity not included in the original play.
British children’s author and illustrator Raymond Briggs, whose creations include "The Snowman" and "Fungus the Bogeyman," has died. He was 88.