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The Emmy-winning late-night institution will continue a practice adopted late last season that allows viewers in the western U.S. to see 'SNL' live.
The news comes less than a year after the 'Access Hollywood' interview with Donald Trump that cost him his job at NBC.
A former girlfriend of Ryan Phillippe has sued the actor for $1 million, alleging assault, battery and intentional infliction of emotional distress.
Iain Armitage takes on Jim Parsons' role in family comedy centering on Sheldon as a nine-year-old Texas high school student in 1989.
NBC confirmed Tuesday that 'Saturday Night Live' will continue to be broadcast live coast-to-coast in its 43rd season.
Jake Gyllenhaal joked about Taylor Swift in a recent interview with the person he is playing in his next movie, 'Stronger.'
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson has released a short look at the second theatrical trailer for 'Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle,' just a few days ahead of the full trailer’s premiere online.
Emma Stone and Billie Jean King talk about the upcoming film 'Battle of the Sexes,' where Stone plays the role of King in her historic win over Bobby Riggs.
Conservative commentator Laura Ingraham is joining Fox News Channel's prime-time lineup with a program that pushes Sean Hannity into a direct competition with MSNBC's Rachel Maddow.
Iain Armitage, 9, tells USA TODAY's Bill Keveney what it's like to play the lead character in 'Young Sheldon,' and Zoe Perry and Lance Barber, who play his parents, talk about the young actor's capabilities.
Frankie Muniz on 'DWTS': 'I have the body of a 71-year-old man' after race-car crash
On 'DWTS' premiere, the 'Malcolm in the Middle' star revealed the extent of injuries from his race-car-driving days.
We get an exclusive preview as Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Jack Black and Karen Gillan live and die in 'Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle.'
The stand-up and TV icon returns to his roots for 'Jerry Before Seinfeld,' where he returns to New York's Comic Strip Live to perform old material.