John Blackstone laughs along with Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele, stars of the Peabody Award-winning series "Key & Peele" on Comedy Central.
Bart and Lisa Simpson, Chief Wiggam and son Ralph, bartender Moe and Apu from Kwik-E-Mart came to the Hollywood Bowl to celebrate 25 years of "The Simpsons."
There has been a lot of discussion lately surrounding AMC's "The Walking Dead" and its gay characters - or, more precisely, lack thereof.
In relation to "our place" in the new crop of Fall TV shows, I will borrow a catchphrase from one Ms. Kathy Griffin and ask,"Where are my gays at?" Let's take a look at what we have to work with...
Joshua Altman and Geoffrey Taft are a couple whose work flipping properties has led to stardom as TV's new renovation mavens. They're featured on "Roadhouse Showdown," airing on A&E's new FYI network.
EDGE's exclusive interview with "Million Dollar Listing Miami"'s Chris Leavitt. And in case you're wondering - yes - he's single.
Historians on both sides of the aisle -- and even far afield, amid the political extremists -- will find "The Roosevelts: An Intimate History" to be an irresistible addition to their home viewing collections.
He's a lean, green, fighting-machine that always hits his target! "Arrow: The Complete Second Season" is a must-have for fans and promises more superhero crime-fighting than you can handle!
Everyone's favorite devil in human form, a demon of haute couture and haute cuisine, is back for thirteen episodes of impeccably deranged, and extremely bloody, fun.