April brings a few new movies and television premieres, but it’s a music festival that’s going to get the most attention this month. Take a look below and find out what’s happening when winter melts away.
It was a clean sweep for CBS on Tuesday as the the network received Emmy nominations for every show in its daytime lineup.
Once you’ve heard Tig Notaro’s stand-up comedy, your world will be completely different.
Vin Diesel said Friday that the latest “Fast & Furious” film deserves a best picture Oscar but has two strikes against it when it comes to the Academy — it’s an action flick and it’s a sequel.
This week, a boy band member is now heading in another direction and one of the queens of Hollywood made a smart move for her own health.
Corden’s seemingly never-ending list of social media accounts to follow him on is both a hilarious joke and a commentary on the digital age humans live in now
James Corden began his foray as the “Late Late Show” host with a schoolboy’s giggle and a bid to endear himself to viewers as a nice English bloke looking for a little American TV love.
Dance your cares away, because a new “Fraggle Rock” film is on its way thanks to Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who will produce and star in the live-action movie.
This week, a pair of designers made a lot of people angry and you may have to feed your fashion addiction elsewhere.
James Corden is the perfect host.
Jai Courtney is slowly becoming America’s next big action star, and in the next few years he may be what Bruce Willis and Arnold Schwarznegger were for the 80’s and 90’s.
The shows are now eligible to run in the comedy category of the annual Emmy Awards ceremony after a rule revision by the Television Academy.
Theo James has been heating up the silver screen since audiences worldwide saw him in the film “Divergent,” and he’s not going anywhere anytime soon.
This week, Derek Zoolander broke some great news and Robin Thicke’s troubles just keep getting worse.
It’s Thursday and that means many of you are already working for the weekend! We have ideas on how to fill up your calendar.
A jury’s verdict that Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke copied Marvin Gaye’s music to create their hit song “Blurred Lines” won’t just be felt by the singer’s pocketbooks — it has the potential to change how musicians work and could open the door to new copyright claims.
James Corden may not be a household name (at least in the United States), but he will be very, very soon.
This week, blondes are taking over and there may be a new celebrity daddy.
The Daytime Emmys ceremony is returning to television with a new home on the Pop channel.
For the past decade, people have enjoyed an artist-created “shanty town” on the frozen White Bear Lake. Funding has been a problem, though, so the art shanties are only outside every other year. This winter, organizers still wanted to hold the event, so they did it at Fulton Brewery in Minneapolis.
This summer will be hotter than ever for CBS’ primetime schedule with the announcement of a new drama, two returning dramas and the summer’s biggest reality show.
This week, a Queen falls and a (not-so-classic) whodunit happens in Hollywood.
Be a part of history when CBS’ wildly popular drama “CSI” embarks on a global effort to break the Guinness World Record for “Largest Ever TV Drama Simulcast.”
Here are a few other things you don’t want to miss out on this month if basketball’s March Madness isn’t your thing.
The new “Late Late Show” host has secured his first guest.