Selena Gomez and Joe Jonas show their support for young people in a trailer for the WE Day 2019 special.
"Big Little Lies" star Shailene Woodley is teasing the show's upcoming finale.
Netflix edited a graphic suicide scene from Season 1 of "13 Reasons Why," citing advice from medical experts.
Vivica A. Fox is returning to "Empire" in Season 6.
LuAnn de Lesseps is voicing her love for Dorinda Medley in the wake of their bitter feud.
Below Deck Mediterranean star Joao Franco has reseverations about Anastasia Surmava's promotion.
Vicki Gunvalson is reassuring fans about her new, reduced role on The Real Housewives of Orange County.
NeNe Leakes says she hasn't been suspended from The Real Housewives of Atlanta.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson will host HGTV's upcoming revival of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.
Kyle Richards says she felt a "duty to be honest" with Lisa Vanderpump during their friendship-ending fight.
Heidi Montag says Lauren Conrad's absence from MTV's The Hills: New Beginnings revival of The Hills made for a more "freeing" experience.
Ashley Tisdale has joined the cast of Patricia Heaton's new CBS sitcom, "Carol's Second Act."
The upcoming fourth season of "The Good Place" will be the sitcom's last.
Lisa Vanderpump has quit The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills after nine seasons.
Lisa Vanderpump skipped the filming of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills reunion amid drama with her co-stars.
Showtime has announced that the fifth and final season of "The Affair" will premiere on Aug. 25.
Jennifer Aniston says she's still open to a "Friends" reunion.
Vanessa Lachey has joined the cast of the new "Beverly Hills, 90210" series.
"The Good Fight" will start airing on CBS, starting on June 16.
Daniel Wright, who was a contestant on Seasons 7 and 8 of The Biggest Loser, has died at the age of 30.
The Voice coach Adam Levine is leaving the NBC reality competition after 16 seasons.
Focus Features released a 2 1/2-minute trailer Tuesday for its upcoming "Downton Abbey" movie.
Joshua Jackson has been cast as the lead actor in the limited-run television series "Little Fires Everywhere," it was announced on Monday.
"Doctor Who" star Jodie Whittaker's voice will be a part of the virtual reality game "Doctor Who: Edge of Time," developer Maze Theory and BBC Studios announced on Monday
"Orange is the New Black" Season 7 will premiere on Netflix in July.
HBO has released the first trailer for "Westworld" Season 3 that features new star Aaron Paul.
Greg Kinnear is joining the cast of a new Amazon comedy pilot.
Chrissy Teigen is "truly sorry" for spoiling The Voice finale for some viewers.
"60 Minutes" correspondent Steve Kroft is retiring from the show.
The Voice Season 16 finale will feature a performance by South Korean boy band BTS.
The cast of "The Big Bang Theory" reunited on "The Late Show" with Stephen Colbert to discuss the series finale, which aired Thursday night, of their long-running sitcom.
"Busy Tonight" host Busy Philipps had tearful goodbye on the show.
Melissa McCarthy has signed on to host the children's talent show, "Little Big Shots," NBC said Sunday.
Yvonne Strahovski and Cate Blanchett will star in the new TV drama "Stateless."
Rob Lowe has been tapped to star in a new spinoff of "9-1-1" on Fox titled "9-1-1: Lone Star."
"Killing Eve" was named Best Drama and its stars Jodie Comer and Fiona Shaw were voted Best Lead and Supporting Actress respectively at the BAFTA TV Awards in London on Sunday.
Several main characters were killed and a city was destroyed in the second to the last episode of "Game of Thrones" Sunday night.
Tiffany Haddish will host an ABC revival of "Kids Say the Darndest Things."
The stars of HBO's "Veep" including Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Tony Hale, bid farewell to the series on social media following the airing of its final episode.
Milo Ventimiglia discussed his NBC drama "This is Us" and his role as father Jack Pearson on "The Tonight Show" on Monday.
Scott Foley announced on Instagram Sunday that his "Whiskey Cavalier" action-drama has been canceled by ABC after one season.
Fox has canceled its Lee Daniels-created and Queen Latifah-led music drama "Star" after three seasons.
The 2019-20 television lineup that NBC unveiled Sunday features new shows starring Jimmy Smits, Kal Penn, Bradley Whitford, Kenan Thompson and Fran Drescher.