NEW YORK — Sean Hannity says accusations of sexual harassment from a former Fox News contributor are "100% false and a complete fabrication."
In the first three episodes of Season 3 of Bosch, people keep telling the Los Angeles Police Department homicide detective he needs to get a life.
Bill O'Reilly has long been an imposing presence in cable news and the so-called culture wars.
The relevance of The Handmaid's Tale isn't lost on anyone. And the television adaptation of Margaret Atwood's famous dystopian novel is here to remind us, to quote the book: Don't let the bastards grind you down.
There's something about the Northern accent. It invokes the seemingly slow and simply charming life of the Midwest. It can make any story sound "nice." Believable, even. And it sets the literal and figurative tone for Fargo, a sweeping crime saga that's also comedic, albeit dark.
"That ball cannot be buried in a Jewish cemetery because it just got tattooed!" yells legendary baseball announcer Jim Brockmire in probably one of the best home run calls ever. Brockmire is a fictional character in IFC's newest comedy, premiering at 10 p.m. Wednesday. (You …
Jenna Elfman deserves more than a fluffy CGI co-star. We all do, really.
Harlot. Whore. Prostitute. Covent Garden nun.
She's the wide-eyed little Muppet with a big smile who has made it to Sesame Street.
Her name is Julia and she has autism.