Tavis Smiley has stood out in 20 years in broadcasting, and he has no intention of changing his style or substance.
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Jane Lynch doesn’t mind being upstaged by her latest co-star, Olivia — after all she “has no bad side, she is always ready to pose and she sits perfectly still when you put her in your lap.
It will be a Happy New Year indeed for “Abbey-ites.” New episodes of “Downton Abbey” will hit the states just after the New Year. “Downton Abbey’s” upcoming fourth season will… More
PBS’ fall schedule will examine President John F. Kennedy’s life and his death 50 years ago through a modern lens, part of the network’s increased emphasis on relevance, its programming chief said.
Executive producer Gareth Neame announced Wednesday that “Downton Abbey” is officially adding its first black character to the hit British period drama. Actor Gary Carr has signed on to play… More
Viscount Timothy Torrington’s story reads like a real-life version of “Downton Abbey,” the hit period drama about the family of an earl who has no direct heir to inherit his title.
Jeremy Piven’s new TV series is set in decorous England, not the hedonistic Hollywood of “Entourage.” The time is the early 1900s, when booming London would have struck the very 21st-century Ari Gold as a mind-numbing bust.
Former “Downton Abbey” star Jessica Brown Findlay regrets going topless in her film debut. Findlay, 23, dropped her top in the 2011 film “Albatross” and says she agreed to the… More
Melissa McCarthy will stop by “Sesame Street” this week to help Elmo present the “word of the day” segment.
A man who initially recanted sex abuse allegations against the former puppeteer of the “Sesame Street” character Elmo has sued him, alleging the entertainer lured him into drug-fueled sex when he was 16.