The royals are headed to television -- sort of.
Don't hold your breath, "Friends" fans.
The cast of ABC's "The Conners" has a storied history with politics, and it looks like they have no plans to change that.
Despite moving into more dramatic roles, Adam Sandler still has a good sense of humor.
Amy Schumer is looking for some support.
Comedian Larry David appeared on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" on Wednesday night to promote the new season of "Curb Your Enthusiasm" -- and also share his thoughts on portraying Bernie Sanders on "Saturday Night Live."
Buck Henry, the Hollywood screenwriter known for “The Graduate” and “What’s Up, Doc?” and who co-created the TV comedy series “Get Smart,” died Wednesday night in Los Angeles after suffering a heart attack, according to a report. He was 89 years old....
The long-running comedy outlet CollegeHumor has cut nearly its entire staff as its parent company decided to no longer fund the website.
ABC announced Wednesday a live, politically-charged episode of its sitcom "The Conners" will air on a timely night: the evening of the New Hampshire primary.
The Babylon Bee had some fun at the expense of CNN after one of its reporters attacked the conservative satirical site over an article's popularity on social media.
A CNN reporter sounded the alarms on Sunday over the popularity of a piece published by a conservative satirical site.
The time has come once again to celebrate Hollywood's best work from the past year at the Golden Globe Awards.
The Golden Globes are among the year's highest honors in film and television and this year is no exception to that rule.
Comedian Ricky Gervais offered a strong defense of free speech as he readies to return as the host of the Golden Globe Awards this Sunday.
Brad Server grew up watching the Three Stooges on TV not knowing he was related to one of them.
Comedy legend Carol Burnett has opened up about her role in the "Mad About You" reboot.
Eddie Murphy has revealed that some of his own jokes make him cringe.
Alec Baldwin as President Trump crashed the Democratic debate on this weekend’s Saturday Night Live cold open, taunting the candidates “What are you going to impeach me? Hey losers, impeach me outside, OK!”
Eddie Murphy was back hosting "Saturday Night Live" for the first time in 35 years this weekend, so it may be understandable he was a bit rusty when it comes to what you can or can't say on national television.
"The Simpsons" has proved itself to be the Nostradamus of network television over the years, accurately predicting numerous political and cultural happenings.