The Margaret Thatcher of 'The Crown' has become the latest addition to the Elle Fanning-fronted series while the 'Logan' actor has been signed on for the next 'Indiana Jones' film.
The daughter of Mia Farrow sits down with Drew Barrymore for an intimate television interview following the documentary about her molestation claims against adopted father Woody Allen.
The former 'Doctor Who' star, who found fame as a teenage pop singer, admits the controversial documentary made her reassess the amount of control she had throughout her music career.
Bela Bajaria, Netflix's head of global TV, expresses her excitement that the limited prequel series will further expand the story of the royal character and the world of Bridgerton.
The 'Anaconda' hitmaker reveals she can't stop watching the Netflix series about the British royal family, heaping praise on the cast members like Claire Foy and Josh O'Connor.
The 'Bachelor Party' star was about to become a host of a new weekly talk show when the 1980s video vixen suddenly passed away at the age of 59 earlier this month.
The television series created by Kenya Barris is going to return for one final season before concluding next year after completing the upcoming eighth installment.
The contestants who dressed up as the Russian Dolls explain that Covid-19 pandemic that forced them to call off their tour was partly the reason why they decided to join 'The Masked Singer'.
When addressing the comedienne's plan to end her long-running daytime show, 'The Wendy Williams Show' host stresses that '19 years on TV doesn't change your life.'
When making public his departure from the MTV show, the reality star admits that he is seeking medical treatment for his psychological issues because he has 'ignored [it] for too long.'
While the talk show host 'is asymptomatic and feels fine,' HBO announces the cancellation of his show's May 14 production as 'precaution following COVID CDC guidelines.'
The ABC singing competition has been picked up for another season following the latest finale which caused a buzz due to Caleb Kennedy's departure over Ku Klux Klan scandal.
The 'Ellen DeGeneres Show' host claims her decision to end her daytime television chat show has nothing to do with the 'orchestrated' allegations of toxic workplace.
The 'Ellen DeGeneres Show' host says she 'meditated' and talked to her wife Portia de Rossi before deciding to walk away from the daytime television show.
The new report arrives after the 63-year-old TV personality confirmed that she will depart from her long-running talk show, 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show', in 2022.
Also in the Feisty 5 episode, the Chameleon hopes that his family will be proud of him being in the Top 5 of the season as he performs 'Drop It Like It's Hot' by Snoop Dogg and Pharrell Williams.
The former Disney darling is gearing up for her first podcast chat show '4D With Demi Lovato' where she talks with famous guests about social issues including LGBTQIA+ rights.
Meanwhile, Caleb's mom Anita Guy explains that the video featuring him being next to someone wearing what appears to be a Ku Klux Klan hood was taken when Caleb was 12.
The 'Real Housewives of Atlanta' star has reportedly gotten a spinoff show on Bravo as her engagement to co-star's estranged husband caused a buzz on the internet.