Television comedy Will & Grace, the show that brought gay men and women into mainstream pop culture, is returning to US television with 10 new episodes, broadcaster NBC said on Wednesday (local time).
A comic film about Michael Jackson was dropped by British makers after the daughter of the late American pop star described the episode, which casts a white actor to play her father, as vomit-inducing.
Success with numbers has helped the billionaire Warren Buffett become one of the world's most admired investors and top philanthropists.
Popular weather presenter Sam Wallace is leaving 'Breakfast', and will be replaced by Matt McLean.
Omarosa Manigault, best-known for repeatedly being fired on the TV show The Apprentice, is being considered for a job in Donald Trump's White House, a member of the president-elect's transition team said.
Actor William Christopher, best known as Father Francis Mulcahy on the hit television comedy "M*A*S*H", has died aged 84.
Weatherman Sam Wallace has quit TV to launch a new breakfast radio show with Toni Street.
Real Housewives of Auckland star Angela Stone is getting paid taxpayer money for her styling advice - nearly $15,000 of it.
TV3 has looked in-house to fill two vacant positions for its new morning show fronted by Duncan Garner.
'X Factor' winner Beau Monga has been charged with assaulting a woman, just days after performing at an anti-violence breakfast.
Two new charges have been filed against a well-known Kiwi actor facing sexual assault charges.
Canadian actor Alan Thicke, best known for his leading role in the 1980s sitcom Growing Pains as well as being the father of singer Robin Thicke, died on Tuesday (local time), his spokeswoman said. He was 69.
Netflix has canceled Marco Polo, Variety has confirmed. The Weinstein Co.-produced series streamed for two seasons on the digital service.
Hyped local drama 'Dirty Laundry' has been cancelled after just one season because "it didn't take off".
Television stalwarts were pushed aside for shiny new fare at the Golden Globes, with US broadcast networks edging their way back into the contest after years of domination by premium cable and streaming upstarts.
Today is the final day Remotely Interesting will be published for the year.
TV3 has apologised on air for a story on the now-cancelled 'Campbell Live' show, which showed footage of a woman they secretly filmed.
A Bahamian man was sentenced to five years in US prison on Tuesday for hacking into celebrities' email accounts to steal unreleased film and television scripts, personal information and sexually explicit videos in order to sell them.
The show of the moment, the only one that grips me tightly and drags me on a difficult and confusing ride to a place I'm not sure even exists, is 'The Affair'.
John Cleese has led tributes to Andrew Sachs, the actor best known for starring as Spanish waiter Manuel in Fawlty Towers.