DON'T MISS: MTV Video Music Awards - Adele, Drake, Kanye West, Justin Bieber and Britney Spears are all expected to be in the house for this year's ceremony, which is being held at Madison Square Garden for the first time. But unless Kanye does something ridiculous again, the night's real star figures to be Beyonce. Queen Bey leads everyone with 11 nominations, including video of the year for her bold and visually striking "Formation." 9 p.m., MTV.
The crime and justice drama "The Night Of" that's become HBO's newest addictive thriller features an American Muslim character so complex that it's still anyone's guess as to whether he's innocent or guilty of a crime that kicked off the series eight episodes ago
Actor, writer and director John Schneider, known for his past role on the "Dukes of Hazzard" and current role on "The Haves and the Have Nots," thought the first flood he experienced at his Louisiana production studio was bad but says he now knows there are different levels of what's considered "bad."
Actor, writer and director John Schneider, known for his past role on the "Dukes of Hazzard" and current role on "The Haves and the Have Nots," thought the first flood he experienced at his Louisiana production studio was bad.
The attorney for a Wisconsin inmate featured in the hit Netflix series "Making a Murderer" filed a motion Friday seeking permission to perform extensive testing on evidence she believes will show he's innocent.
LOS ANGELES - The FX horror series "The Strain" has followed Dr. Ephraim Goodweather (Corey Stoll), the former head of the Center for Disease Control, through two seasons as he's investigated a mysterious viral outbreak with hallmarks of an ancient and evil strain of vampirism. The third season opens with New York City being a battleground between humans and blood-sucking strigoi.
After watching HBO's eight-episode mystery "The Night Of," which wraps up with a 95-minute finale Sunday night, there's something you might not expect from Bill Camp, who portrays the laconic, thoughtfully intense NYPD Det. Dennis Box.
Mark S. Allen publicly resigned from his job as anchor/reporter on morning show “Good Day Sacramento” Friday, March 11, 2016, – three months after his second DUI arrest. Allen, appearing slightly choked up as he stood before a backdrop of the state Capitol, apologized for his Dec. 4 DUI arrest in Roseville.
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Mark S. Allen resigns from 'Good Day Sacramento' (on-air version)