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Read Speakeasy's roundup of critics' comments on the latest cinematic releases.
The sequel series will pick up 18 years after the original left off, with the now-retired Hayden Fox (Nelson) enlisted as assistant football coach to his head coach adult son.
The band's frontman talks about their new album 'Kintsugi' and more.
The "Tonight Show" host unveils his five new Madame Tussauds wax figures -- by singing the Beach Boys' "Barbara Ann" with them.
The media mogul's newest venture has locked in a three-picture deal, starting with "Temple," which will shoot this summer.
Read Speakeasy's recap of "Scandal," season 4, episode 17, 'Put a Ring on It'
Read Speakeasy's recap of NBC's "The Blacklist, Season 2, Episode 17, 'The Longevity Initiative'"
Jason Alexander takes over for Larry David in "Fish in the Dark" on Broadway.
It was '80s on "American Idol," so who better than to showcase the great songs of the decade than the newest star of "Sharknado 3."
The computer-industry drama will begin its second season on May 31.
The pop star's latest song off her upcoming album is a hard club banger.
"Downton Abbey," the popular period drama on PBS will end its run after its coming sixth season, the show's executive producer said.
Whether you want to be the next Taylor Swift or the next Simon Cowell, a new iPhone app aims to get you there. Chosen is kind of a play-at-home "American Idol," which lets you put yourself out there in front of your peers (via uploaded video, of course), or pass judgment on those who dare to do it (also via video, if you choose).
The singer-songwriter premieres the video for the title track of her new album on Speakeasy.
The "Evil Dead" star is the latest to join an already-impressive roster of actors for the crime drama's second season.
Listen to the new track from the drummer's upcoming new studio album.
The new "Late Late Show" host and the pop diva take a ride together, singing a lot of strangely familiar tunes.
The former governor has an intimate chat with himself (a.ka. Jimmy Fallon doing his Romney impression) in this revamp of a classic "Saturday Night Live" bit.
As the episode's title suggests, the mail robot figures prominently in Philip and Elizabeth's mission tonight -- but not in the way you might think.
Darren Star didn’t want to cheat by casting an actress younger than the 40-year-old pretending to be 26 in his new television series, premiering Tuesday on TV Land.