TV & Film

“I’m just eternally grateful to have had this opportunity here so, seriously, thank you from the absolute bottom of my heart,” McCain told viewers on Thursday.
"Thank you to all my fans, supporters and friends who stood by me through this ordeal," he tweeted hours after his release from prison.
The streaming service announced the movies and shows arriving soon.
"The Late Show" host also tore into QAnon enthusiast Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene.
The CNN anchor told the former president that, had he incited and inspired a deadly riot, he "might not be out there bragging about how many viewers it had."
The "Late Show" host even broke out his lighter for the event.
The owner of a prehistoric-looking house in a posh San Francisco suburb has settled a lawsuit with the town of Hillsborough.
The "Last Week Tonight" host looks at health care sharing ministries, which is like health insurance, except it's not.
"The Tonight Show" host also debuted a new nickname for President Joe Biden.
“It’s one of the stupidest lies that he ever had me deal on his behalf," the ex-president's former fixer told Jimmy Kimmel.
KMOV reporter Paige Hulsey claimed the room was a "normal teen's bedroom," but many Twitter users noted it looked more like a quickly converted office.
"Night of a Thousand Judys" will feature musical performances by Alan Cumming, Jane Monheit and more. It will be held virtually June 24.
The late-night host said the former president has grown distant from his own daughter since leaving the White House.
The Grammy-winning pop duo's version of "Boys in the Street" is a snapshot of queer childhood trauma that's both heartbreaking and hopeful.
The former president claims he could be back in power soon.
"The Late Show" host called out the former president over a report that he wanted to investigate comedians who mocked him.
Trump reportedly wanted the Justice Department to investigate late-night comics who mocked him.
“By the way, that inappropriate joke I made for daytime television? Scratch it. Make believe I never said it,” Behar said on Tuesday.
The "Late Show" host's reference to the former president gets a big reaction from the crowd.