The FXX series "You're the Worst," which is returning for its second season on Sep. 9, is a dark twist on the romantic comedy genre.
The team behind CBS' "Limitless," based on the Bradley Cooper film, previews what's to come in the show's freshman season.
The upcoming TV show "Minority Report,' based on Steven Spielberg's innovative 2002 movie, merges futuristic sci-fi with the police procedural genre.
Ahead of the first season finale of "Mr. Robot," composer Mac Quayle looks back on the music for this season's important moments.
David Mandel's new "Sopranos"-inspired comic, "Hank Johnson, Agent of Hydra," examines the mundane life of a Marvel terrorist.
Cablevision and CBS Corporation will be the first cable or satellite provider to offer CBS' Web streaming services to its broadband subscribers.
New series from DC Comics seems ripped from the headlines, even though it takes place in 2036.
This announcement comes a week after NBCUniversal made a similar investment in Vox Media.
Fast cars, dinosaurs, Amy Schumer and N.W.A.: Universal Pictures had something for everyone this summer, and it paid off.
With many TV productions leaving Hollywood, there are more series filmed in New York than ever before — even ones set in cities that look nothing like the Big Apple.
A new deal between HBO and Sesame Workshop will bring the next five seasons of "Sesame Street" to the premium subscription channel.
"Mascots," an original movie from the famed mockumentarian Christopher Guest, will premiere in 2016.
Stephen Colbert, sans shtick, will get a chance to talk politics with Jeb Bush on his first "Late Show" episode next month.
The reboot of the "Fantastic Four" franchise made less than half the prior two installments during its opening weekend.
Jon Stewart's final night was the show's second-most-watched episode behind a 2008 "Daily Show" interview with President Obama.
Facebook blew up Thursday after a heated exchange between Chris Christie and Rand Paul, which centered around NSA spying.
Foreign box office helped propel superhero movies last year, according to Forbes' annual list of the world's highest-paid actors.
Amy Schumer and her famous cousin, Sen. Chuck Schumer of New York, are calling for tighter gun control.
Tom Cruise's latest "Mission: Impossible" exceeded expectations, but moviegoers didn't think "Vacation" was worth the trip.
Subway dropped Jared Fogle as a representative in early July, after authorities began investigating him for child pornography.