Hard to believe, but this month marks the 28th anniversary of Will Smith's adventures with the Banks family. Carlton Dance, anyone?
As Robert Durst awaits trial for the 2000 murder of friend Susan Berman, what some believe to be his original sin aired in the Lifetime movie “The Lost Wife of Robert Durst.” The film imagines the events leading up to the 1982 disappearance of the notorious real estate scion’s first wife Kathleen Durst.
Filmmaker Alexandra Pelosi spoke to Biography about her HBO film that brings together all of the living U.S. presidents and vice presidents, senators, congresspeople, governors, celebrities and students in an unabridged reading of The Declaration of Independence, the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.
With the much-anticipated return of 'Twin Peaks' on Showtime, we look at the influences and inspiration of the show's creative force David Lynch.
As the television adaptation of 'American Gods' gets underway on Starz, here are a few creative highlights from author Neil Gaiman's standout career.
Mandy’s come a long way from her pop princess days—discover more about the 'This Is Us' star.
With Hulu's new brothel drama, 'Harlots,' available for streaming, we look back at some of the most well-known female brothel owners in history.
The actress and bestselling author turns 50 today, so we salute her with a fun, fast look at her life and career.
'Time After Time,' a new sci-fi TV show takes fans on a time-traveling adventure as H.G. Wells pursues Jack the Ripper into modern-day New York City. Might the famous author have actually known the infamous serial killer?
Former 'Grey's Anatomy' star and new mom Katherine Heigl returns to TV in the legal drama 'Doubt,' which premieres tonight.
Happy birthday, Maya Rudolph! We chatted with comic chameleon Maya Rudolph about becoming one of the reigning queens of comedy.
We talked to Martin Short, star of the NBC comedy show "Maya & Marty," about the method behind his hilarious madness and how comedy can do the world some good.
The lovable late night host talks about his “weird upbringing for a comedian” (it was happy!) and his formula for making people laugh.
The gifted performer talks about costarring on 'Mom,' making her upcoming movies, and, oh yeah, being mentored by Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward.