BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — As a comedian, Tiffany Haddish sometimes says the darndest things. Now, she's getting kids to do it, too.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Laverne Cox sees this as a best of times, worst of times moment for transgender people.
A new ABC series will tell stories of the civil rights movement through the Black women behind it and will start with Mamie Till, who has been fighting for justice since her 14-year-old son's brutal killing more than 60 years ago.
A new ABC series will tell stories of the civil rights movement through the Black women behind it and will start with Mamie Till, who has been fighting for justice since her 14-year-old son’s brutal killing more than 60 years ago.
NEW YORK (AP) — Afton Williamson, co-star of the ABC crime series "The Rookie," said she's quitting the show because of sexual harassment and racial discrimination she experienced during the show's first season.
NEW YORK — Wilson Cruz, a co-star in the new Hulu animated children's series "The Bravest Knight," describes the show's dad couple this way: "We're not explaining homosexuality, or same-gender sexuality. We're talking about the love of a family."
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — 50 Cent said he thinks "Power" being overlooked by the Emmys over the years was racial despite the success of popular Starz series that has a prominently Black cast.
NEW YORK — Films about living in the shadow of the U.S. Capitol and a St. Louis-area activist turned politician will be the first released by MTV's new documentary division.
In September 2016, after departing “Suits” as its legal queen bee, Jessica Pearson, Gina Torres spoke about leaving a door open. But walking back through it, she now admits, was the furthest thing from her mind.
LOS ANGELES — HBO's "Game of Thrones" slashed its way to a record-setting 32 Emmy nominations Tuesday for its eighth and final season, leading HBO back to dominance over Netflix, the streaming service that bumped it last year from atop the increasingly crowded television heap.
LOS ANGELES — It will be case closed next season for "How to Get Away with Murder," with the show's upcoming sixth season to be its last.
NEW YORK — From corrupt, brutal overseers to the fraught world of inmate hierarchy to unlikely friendships and romances, "Orange is the New Black" told deeply rich and complex stories about life for women behind bars that resonated far beyond prison walls.
Costumes and props from Marvel comics-based TV shows including "Daredevil" and "Luke Cage" are going on the auction block.
ATLANTA — Netflix continues its assault on every nook and cranny of TV land with its first African-American family sitcom in "Family Reunion," the type of show the WB specialized in during the 1990s.
Cameron Boyce was proud of his family background.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Civil rights attorney Bryan Stevenson rarely slows down, friends and family say. It seems he's always looking over details on death penalty cases from his Montgomery, Alabama-based Equal Justice Initiative. If he's not speaking on the criminalization of black men, Stevens…
An 11-year-old cancer survivor's heartfelt violin performance earned him a golden buzzer from Simon Cowell on "America's Got Talent."
RICHMOND, Va. — A new television series with Ethan Hawke starring as the fiery abolitionist John Brown is set to film in Virginia.
Timeless is the word that comes to mind when watching modern-day actors read words Norman Lear and his staff of television writers penned 45 years ago.
Alabama's new anti-abortion law drew the fire of "Saturday Night Live" star Leslie Jones, who proclaimed, "You can't tell me what to do with my body" on the show.
CHICAGO — A judge has rejected a request to have a judge outside Chicago consider whether to appoint a special prosecutor in the Jussie Smollett case.
NEW YORK — The Fox network says "Empire" will be back this fall for its final season.
NEW YORK — MTV is launching a campaign aimed at stemming the rise of maternal mortality in the U.S.
LOS ANGELES — Alex Trebek got a standing ovation as he accepted an Emmy Award as host of “Jeopardy!” — and immediately set the audience at ease, even as he alluded to his cancer diagnosis.
LOS ANGELES — A spinoff of the ABC sitcom "black-ish" will focus on a young Rainbow Johnson and her challenges growing up in the 1980s.
LOS ANGELES — Fox Entertainment said Tuesday that Jussie Smollett will not return to his series "Empire" next season in the wake of allegations by Chicago officials the actor lied about a racially motivated attack.
Sterling K. Brown has revealed some exciting news about a very popular television show and no, we're not talking about "This Is Us."
CHICAGO — News that a grand jury had indicted "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett for allegedly lying to Chicago police about being attacked by two masked men may not have made much of a splash except for one thing: The lone felony count that Smollett had been arrested on last month had turned into 16.
PASADENA, Calif. — If there is a high point to Netflix's status as the "cool kids" taking over television, it may be remembered as an emotional Chuck Lorre accepting a best comedy Golden Globe last month for "The Kominsky Method," his show on the streaming service.
Actor Terrence Howard, who plays the father of Jussie Smollett's character on "Empire," has expressed support for his fellow cast member amid allegations that Smollett staged a racist, anti-gay attack on himself.
The final episode of "The Young and the Restless" featuring Kristoff St. John aired Wednesday, and a tribute to the late actor will air Friday.
NEW YORK — CBS said Sunday that its news division president, David Rhodes, is stepping down following a troubled year that saw morning anchor Charlie Rose and the top executive at "60 Minutes" lose their jobs following misconduct reports, and is being replaced by veteran producer Susan Zirinsky.
Months after she aired out how Will Smith allegedly stopped her from obtaining work, Janet Hubert is returning to the TV screen.
LOS ANGELES — Idris Elba's daughter has been chosen as the Golden Globe Ambassador to assist with the glitzy awards ceremony.
After years of declines, NFL television ratings are showing modest gains.
Jemele Hill’s first couple months since leaving ESPN have been busy. There have been speaking engagements, writing for The Atlantic and starting to set up her own production company.
NEW YORK — Fox News Channel's Laura Ingraham is disavowing the support of white nationalists and claims her views about the nation's demographic changes have been distorted, although that hasn't quieted critics who see bigotry in her words.
Lena Waithe is making a home for herself at Showtime. The Emmy-winning writer and producer has signed a so-called first-look deal with the premium cable network, giving the home of her series “The Chi” first crack at other scripted series she may be looking to develop.
NEW YORK — MSNBC's Joy Reid insists that homophobic language in one of her old blog posts is the work of a computer hacker and her security expert said Wednesday they have a strong suspicion of who did it, although he would not name the suspect.
NEW YORK — Daytime talk show host Wendy Williams says she's taking three weeks off on doctor's orders.
LOS ANGELES — George Foreman connected with the family of his first Olympic opponent in Lithuania. Henry Winkler made peace with his family history in Berlin. William Shatner rode majestic horses in Madrid. And Terry Bradshaw strode through a Munich city park wearing nothing but a cowboy hat…
LOS ANGELES — Ellen DeGeneres, known for keeping her comedy on the nice side, lets her inner meanie out for “Ellen’s Game of Games.”
The popular obstacle course competition “American Ninja Warrior” returns to Philadelphia next year, and the show is looking for ninjas to take on the challenging course.