“National Treasure” was a hit movie starring Nicolas Cage in 2004. The film is most notable because he was bold enough to say “I’m going to steal the Declaration of Independence,” an ambitious and far-fetched statement he accomplished with some exciting hiccups along the way.
A year after their mighty fall, the battered, 80-year-old Golden Globes are back on NBC. After dumping the telecast last year, the network decided to go ahead Tuesday under a limited, one-year broadcast deal. The Globes promise to be starry once again after the embattled Hollywood Foreign Press Association spent months working on reforms aimed at eliminating the taint of sexism, lack of diversity and ethical and financial lapses among its members. Some powerful stakeholders are on board with progress so far. But they acknowledge more must be done. The Globes air Tuesday on NBC at 8 p.m. Eastern.
Al Roker's colleagues shared the good news Tuesday that the beloved weatherman will be back on the air soon.
LONDON — The weather outside may be frightful, but the myriad viewing options inside can be nothing short of delightful.
All those best-of-the-year lists are finite, but good television — in the enduring era of too much television — is not. Here are some of the hidden gems (if you know, you know!) that made us laugh, cry and binge-watch in 2022.
The Black Music City project will provide financial and promotional support to Philadelphia’s Black creatives for the third straight year. In recognition of the project’s continued expansion in involvement, sponsorship, and finance, awards ranging from $1,500 to $5,000 will be awarded for a …
When the film “The Best Man” was released in 1999, featuring a cast of young, up-and-coming, attractive Black actors including Taye Diggs, Nia Long and Terrence Howard, it wasn't just a box office hit but also a fresh perspective on film, following the ups and downs of friendship, careers an…
The thing about disappointment is that it requires certain expectations and enthusiasm, which spares something like Mike Myers’ awful Netflix series “The Pentaverate” any further abuse (OK, maybe just a little) on this year-end list.
Before dystopian fiction like "The Hunger Games" and "Divergent" reflected an increasingly diverse society, there was Octavia E. Butler, one of few African-American authors to become a prominent name in the white-dominated universe of science fiction.
To win a gold medal in Olympic sports like diving or gymnastics, the key last step is to stick the landing. That’s also true for TV series, which, however popular they might have been at their apex, can leave a sour aftertaste if they mess up their finales.
The story of an African American gang member in Seattle reinventing himself as a Hasidic Jewish rapper in Jerusalem might not sound like your typical comedy series.
On the heels of the critically-acclaimed 2020 Christmas doc, “Dear Santa,” (available on Hulu), about the United States Postal Service’s famous Operation Santa program, this December, WPVI and ABC Local will present a new docu-series called “Dear Santa, The Series.”
The familiar tunes of “A Charlie Brown Christmas” transport us. The opening measures make us children again, abed after Christmas dinner as the subtle sounds of the record player waft in from another room.
It’s hard to tell what the goal was for Elon Musk’s doomed cameo alongside Dave Chappelle at the comedian’s San Francisco tour stop on Sunday. Was it supposed to be subversive? Social commentary? Actually funny?
NEW YORK (AP) — After scandal and boycott plunged the Hollywood Foreign Press Association into disarray and knocked its annual award show off television for a year, the Golden Globes geared up Monday for its return by showering nominations on the black comedy “The Banshees of Inisherin” and …
Trevor Noah's final night as host of Comedy Central's satirical news report "The Daily Show" celebrated his 7-year anchoring tenure and featured a packed audience, full cast of correspondents and star-studded farewell messages.
It’s holiday time and that means baking competitions on the Food Network and this year we have a Philadelphia participant. Antoine Hopkins is the pastry chef at Normandy Farm Hotel in Blue Bell, PA. He is a graduate from the Art Institute of Philadelphia with a degree in baking and pastry.
Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes, co-hosts of ABC News' "GMA 3," have been taken off the air following the public disclosure of a romantic relationship, network President Kim Godwin announced to staffers on Monday morning, according to a person familiar with the matter.
LOS ANGELES — The DM from Ava DuVernay came on a Thursday afternoon.
A journey to receive a coveted last wish, a wooden boy who famously comes to life and a girl who is so smart her big brain makes things move. These are some of the stories in movies that will make you laugh, cheer and even sit at the edge of your seat this holiday season. Here are five movie…
There has been an influx of British shows arriving on American shores. “Riches” is the most recent addition to an already stellar lineup.