Before the winner of "The Voice" was announced, Christina Aguilera and Lady Gaga teamed up for Gaga’s "Do What U Want" in matching, iridescent outfits.
We have the skinny on sixteen different TV shows, on network and cable television, debuting between January and March, and eight fan favorites that will be coming back to your screens.
"Love Bytes" is a product of our new and ever changing era: The characters include a mix of gay men, lesbians, and straight people. Laughs ensue as they try to navigate the twenty-something dating pool.
HBO Documentary Films will present "The Battle of amfAR," the story of the founding of the American Foundation for AIDS Research, the nation’s first AIDS research foundation, by Elizabeth Taylor and research scientist Dr. Mathilde Krim.
When ABC’s "The Chew" premiered in September 2011, it begged the question: Was it biting off more than a show like this could chew? Well, maybe not. On Tuesday in its regular 1 p.m. EST time slot, "The Chew" marks its 500th edition.
Allison Janney extends the maxim that the best actors can entertain simply by reading a phone book. She manages with commercials.
We are mourning the death of another character this week; ah, Jim, who really isn’t Jim, we hardly knew ye.
Ah, Renly, we hardly knew ye.
Hal Sparks has moved on from his central role in ’Queer As Folk.’ At a recent show in Seattle, he put on his new hats of stand-up comedy and rock musician quite well.