Britney Spears has re-released a rare 2016 song.
"The Good Fight" is getting a fifth season at CBS All Access.
"Downton Abbey" creator Julian Fellowes went a half a century further back in his new series, "Belgravia."
South Korean girl group April is gearing up to release its new EP.
"Katy Keene" star Lucy Hale says the show is a "happy and inspiring" series.
"Better Call Saul," the "Breaking Bad" prequel series starring Bob Odenkirk, will return for a sixth and final season in 2021, has AMC announced.
Sonic receives praise about his speed from athletes in a new teaser for the upcoming "Sonic the Hedgehog" film that will air during Super Bowl LIV on Sunday.
Jennifer Lopez and Shakira detailed their upcoming Super Bowl LIV halftime performance on Thursday during a press conference in Miami.
Taylor Swift released a new song Friday titled "Only The Young" that appears in her new "Miss Americana" Netflix documentary.
Tom Brady, Patrick Mahomes and other NFL stars read a number of Mean Tweets from fans on "Jimmy Kimmel Live."
Demi Lovato is looking back on the "emotional" but "beautiful" moment when she came out to her parents.
"The Crown" will return for a fifth and final season, Netflix has announced.
Adam Sandler has signed a new movie deal with Netflix.
Terri Minsky, the creator of the original "Lizzie McGuire," has exited the show's Disney+ revival series as showrunner.
Demi Lovato is making her TV return on the NBC series "Will & Grace."
NBC is giving a glimpse of "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" Season 7.
"New Amsterdam" has been renewed for three more seasons by NBC, the network announced Saturday.
"Grey's Anatomy" star Justin Chambers has announced he's left the ABC medical drama after 16 seasons on the show.
Savannah Guthrie says "things are looking up" in the wake of her eye surgery.
Selena Gomez is gearing up to release her new album.
Ariana Grande is planning to release a live album from her Sweetener tour.
Niecy Nash is officially headed for divorce.
Colin Firth and his wife, Livia Giuggioli, have called it quits.
Taylor Swift was honored with the Woman of the Decade Award at Billboard's Women in Music 2019 event at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles.
Former Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly says her 6-year-old son was confused to see a poster for the film Bombshell, featuring Charlize Theron as Kelly.
Taylor Swift said on Twitter she is being prevented from using or performing her older music at the 2019 American Music Awards and in a Netflix documentary.
The trailer for Season 5 of the romantic drama "Outlander" shows Jamie and Claire Fraser preparing for the Revolutionary War in 18th century North Carolina.
"Search Party" has been renewed for a fourth season.
Ellen DeGeneres is promoting kindness following backlash to her outing with former president George W. Bush.
The sixth and final season of "Vikings" is to premiere with a 2-hour episode on the History channel on Dec. 4.
Miley Cyrus is getting close to new boyfriend Cody Simpson during her hospital stay.
Sony Pictures and Disney's Marvel Studios has come to terms on a new "Spider-Man" movie deal after the two sides parted ways in August.
Ellen Pompeo said on "The Late Late Show" with James Corden that she would like to see some former castmates make an appearance again on "Grey's Anatomy."
"Law & Order: SVU" now has a post-show analysis program in the form of a podcast.
"BoJack Horseman" will end after Season 6.
Lea Michele has announced she will release her first holiday album, "Christmas in the City," on October 25.
Jennifer Love Hewitt takes emergency calls in the call center on Fox's "9-1-1" drama. But while on summer hiatus, Hewitt spring into action in real life when she witnessed an emergency right before her eyes.
"NCIS" star Cote de Pablo is teasing her character's "riveting" return on the show.
Brad Pitt says Dax Shepard's crush on him is mutual.
CBS has released a trailer for Season 17 of its "NCIS" crime drama.
Mandy Moore remembered her late ex-boyfriend DJ AM, real name Michael Adam Goldstein, with a tribute post on Instagram.
Kirsten Dunst received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame during a ceremony attended by her husband, Jesse Plemons, and frequent collaborator, filmmaker Sofia Coppola.
Valerie Harper, the television and stage actor audiences came to love as Rhoda on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," died Friday, her family announced.