Television

'X-Files' reunites Mulder and Scully in search for a truth closer to home

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LOS ANGELES For nine years on Fox's hit sci-fi show "The X-Files," FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully searched for an alien truth that was seemingly hidden in the skies. But as they return to screens this week, the truth might be much closer to home.

Britain honors stars at National Television Awards

LONDON - Britain's National Television Awards honored Scottish actor and comedian  Billy Connolly with a Special Recognition Award on Wednesday while hit show "Downton Abbey" took the best drama prize. | Video

21 Jan 2016

People's Choice disruption laughed off as DeGeneres and Depp win big

Ellen DeGeneres, Johnny Depp and hit film "Furious 7" were among the top winners at Wednesday's People's Choice awards, which featured an on-stage incident that recalled Kanye West's Video Music Awards antics seven years ago. | Video

Film, 09 Jan 2016

'One Day at a Time' actor Pat Harrington Jr. dies after Alzheimer's struggle

Pat Harrington Jr., the veteran comic actor who won an Emmy Award for playing nosy but endearing apartment building super Dwayne Schneider in the long-running TV situation comedy "One Day at a Time," died at the age of 86, his daughter said on Thursday.

People 07 Jan 2016

Showtime TV bets 'Billions' with drama on Wall Street power brokers

LOS ANGELES Cable TV network Showtime goes prospecting for audiences like a buy-side broker this month with its new show “Billions,” a drama that packs power, money and sex into Hollywood's latest look behind Wall Street’s financial curtain.

07 Jan 2016

Steve Carell gets star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

Los Angeles - Actor Steve Carell received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Wednesday. | Video

Film, People 07 Jan 2016

'Sizable percentage' of world leaders probably crazy, Obama tells Seinfeld

NEW YORK President Barack Obama took a short spin with comedian Jerry Seinfeld for his "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" web series and told him that "a pretty sizable percentage" of world leaders may be crazy.

Election 2016, Politics, 31 Dec 2015

ESPN in TV debate invite to FIFA election five

MIAMI, Dec 29 U.S. sports television network ESPN has invited the five candidates in FIFA's presidential election to participate in a debate on the future of the crisis-hit governing body for world soccer.

Sports 29 Dec 2015

'Glee' star arrested on suspicion of possessing child porn

LOS ANGELES Actor Mark Salling, star of the hit television show "Glee," was arrested on Tuesday on suspicion of possessing child pornography, the Los Angeles Police Department said.

People 29 Dec 2015

Obama runs wild in Alaska, drinks catkin tea for TV adventure show

NEW YORK They shared tea made out of catkins, ate wild salmon picked over by a bear, talked about being a dad and discussed climate change - all while snipers kept watch from the mountains and the official food taster looked on warily.

U.S. 14 Dec 2015