I knew I probably wasn't "Jeopardy!"-smart enough to qualify, but "Millionaire" was multiple choice, and I was good at test-taking. You could walk in with the detritus already piled up inside your skull and cash in.
“It’s a good show,” says the Jeopardy host. “It should, and will, go on after I’m done.”
Emerging in a beautifully crude style from the brain of "One-Punch Man" creator ONE, Mob Psycho 100 is the coin tucked behind the ear in animation form.
A lack of broadcast coverage has left female fighters underexposed and underpaid. But the Olympics and talented athletes have changed the status quo
The new global culinary challenge is the most ambitious food show the entertainment giant has ever produced.
Forget Bill Nye: For millions of viewers, Herbert was the original "science guy."
Paper Boi himself is now officially a movie star, but he's still sorting out what all that means.
Even more content for stoners who just "want to appreciate nature, man."
China's state-run news agency has unveiled its new "AI anchor," and you gotta wonder how the real-life anchor this CGI puppet is modeled after feels about all this.
"Kingdom" takes place 600 years ago in Chosun Dynasty-era Korea as a plague breaks out, infecting people with a zombie-like illness.
Sources tell The Hollywood Reporter that "Breaking Bad" creator Vince Gilligan is working on a two-hour movie, though it remains unclear if that will be released theatrically or made for television.
I have come to the conclusion that Jim Halpert probably doesn't exist. Like, I want him to exist more than anything so we can get married ASAP literally anywhere at all. In a ditch? Sure. Outside a gas station? Okay.
These people need to read a book... or at least a calendar.
Last night, "Fallon" had a very special guest from a very special under-the-radar political candidate/1990s campy spy movie fan-favorite villain.
Music guest Carly Rae Jepsen performs "Party for One" for the Tonight Show audience. Subscribe NOW to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: http://bit.ly/1...
The Murdoch family is warmly received in the hallways of power and money. But they should be ostracized in the same way that Steve Bannon has.
"Cowboy Bepop" creator Shinichiro Watanabe's follow-up might not have the name recognition, but "Samurai Champloo" has much more nuanced character development.
The second word in the trailer is "detective," and it features multiple timelines and tense conference room interviews, so we're just going to assume we're headed back to the glory days of season 1. Season 3 arrives January 13th.
Ever since the release of ‘Unforgiven,’ the Western genre has relentlessly reinvented itself, across multiple platforms. From video games like ‘Red Dead Redemption’ to TV shows like ‘Deadwood’ and movies like ‘The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford,’ here are our favorite recent entries in the genre.
Boy are they going to be surprised when they get to the ballot box and find out that Leslie Knope isn't running in their district.
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