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Following an announcement of the show’s final season, executive producer Gareth Neame talks to BuzzFeed News about wrapping up loose ends.
The cast and director of the 1990 classic reunited on Today for the first time since the film wrapped and shared some great details about the making of the beloved rom-com.
The series about a group of gay friends living in San Francisco will not return for a third season, HBO announced on Wednesday.
La chaîne Fox a décidé de donner à la série — avec David Duchovny et Gillian Anderson —six nouveaux épisodes.
Fox is reprising the science-fiction drama — with David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson! — for a six-episode event series.
It’s been 25 years since the beloved rom-com was released, and there’s never been anyone like Vivian Ward (Julia Roberts).
The Netflix show was denied its petition to be eligible in the comedy categories.
The actor talks to BuzzFeed News about finding success in Hollywood, joining a new twisted television family, and tackling a character who is nothing like Friday Night Lights’ Coach Eric Taylor.
Can you distinguish between the Empire queen and the phenomenal woman who plays her?
UPDATE: A day after Kendall Jenner tweeted that she was misquoted, Us Weekly issued a retraction and removed the original article from their website.
Edward, Vivian, Kit, and Barney traveled from Hollywood to New York to reunite on Today in honor of the movie’s 25th anniversary.
After Kathy Griffin and Kelly Osbourne’s departures, E! announced on Tuesday that the show will be taken off the air for six months.
“So go out there and kick some ass.”
And Emma Thompson will play the lovable teapot, Mrs. Potts!
Three days after revealing on Twitter that she was leaving the E! series, Griffin is speaking out about her decision.
What are the chances all these things happen to one person in a single lifetime? This shit is cray, Grey. WARNING: Minor spoilers ahead for the March 12 episode.
Disney announced on Thursday that the sequel is in the works.
The sequel to the 2001 comedy will be released on Feb. 12, 2016.