"SNL" alum Kristen Wiig and her fiancé, Avi Rothman, were photographed Wednesday walking with twin babies they had via surrogate earlier this year.
On Andy Cohen's "Watch What Happens Live," former "Bachelorette" Rachel Lindsay revealed that a "racist contestant" was cast on her season of the TV show.
In 2005, Peter May wrote 'Lockdown' to pay the bills. Fifteen years and several bestsellers later, he pulled it out of his pocket.
Christina Applegate and Ted Danson are still having career highs, but lows? Well, there's working with Larry David.
Usually a supporting player, Merritt Wever steps into the lead for HBO's "Run" as a wife and mother desperate to reconnect with herself.
18-time Emmy winner 'Modern Family's' central characters were flawed but funny. And always loving.
With health precautions in place, the gallery Chimento Contemporary reopens an invigorating show closed by coronavirus in March.
The "Harry Potter" author reminds us of the bizarre fears that drive transphobia, including an obsession with the magical powers of the public restroom.
A spooky house, weird goings on and Kevin Bacon populate the all-too familiar "You Should Have Left."
A post on Facebook looking for recommendations for a Black editor was met with protests by white film editors claiming discrimination