Al Rooker, popular TV personality, reveals cancer diagnosis: 'Taking some time off to take care of this'
Al Roker said he learned of his prostate cancer diagnosis after a routine medical checkup in September.
Gabrielle Union believed she was fired after she asked NBC and the show’s producers to respond to an environment that tolerated racist jokes and remarks from judges and producers
The announcement for Sketchy Times with Lilly Singh comes after NBC renewed A Little Late with Lilly Singh for a second season this year.
The Billboard Music Awards was originally scheduled to be held on 29 April
In a time when the battle for Black rights has regained its momentum and found its way back into the headlines, does The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air stand up to scrutiny?
As Unsolved Mysteries returns to Netflix with a reboot, here's all you need to know about the original true crime show
Unsolved Mysteries, that first premiered in 1985, laid some of the foundation for the modern true-crime phenomenon.
Four episodes of 30 Rock, featuring blackface, removed at Tina Fey's request : Apologise for the pain they caused
Tina Fey said in a note to distributors that “I understand now that ‘intent’ is not a free pass for white people to use these images.”
30 Rock special will feature new and returning shows from NBCUniversal’s platforms and include guests from entertainment, sports and news, the company said.
Gabrielle Union files complaint against NBC, America's Got Talent makers for 'discrimination, racial bullying'
The complaint says Gabrielle Union was harassed and discriminated against because of her race, and experienced retaliation for reporting these problems.
The Office stars John Krasinski, Steve Carell reunite over video chat for NBC show's 15th anniversary during lockdown
The Office, a hugely-popular comedy debuted on NBC in March 2005 and ran for nine seasons before ending in 2013.
"We are working with Ms Union through her representatives to hear more about her concerns," says the statement by the producers of America's Got Talent.
Gabrielle Union addresses fans with thank you note on Twitter after sudden exit from America's Got Talent
Gabrielle Union's tweet came a few days after blog Love B Scott reported that she had allegedly opened up about some "problematic" situations on the show's set before her departure
Late Night host Seth Meyers makes digital debut with Netflix stand-up special Lobby Baby, unveils trailer
Seth Meyers announced his first stand-up special for Netflix, titled Lobby Baby, which will premiere on 5 November.
Friends turns 25: The One With the Anniversary, three-night special screening, grosses $2.9 mn in US
Friends, starring Jennifer Aniston, David Shwimmer, Coutrney Cox, Matthew Perry, Matt LeBlanc and Lisa Kudrow, premiered in 1994, and concluded in 2004.
Comcast’s FreeWheel accused Google of using privacy concerns to limit FreeWheel’s ability to sell ads.
From shorter seasons to fragmented audiences: Four reasons why we’ll never see another show like Friends
Twenty-five years after its release, Friends is among the most popular sitcoms in television history. Screenwriting professors list four reasons to explain why it's unlikely that another show will achieve similar success in today's climate.
The Good Place: Kristen Bell, Ted Danson, Jameela Jamil's first look stills from final season released
Debuting in 2016, The Good Place series, created by Michael Schur, explores themes of after-life.
When Will & Grace first aired, from 1998-2006, it was a groundbreaker for its depiction of gay friends Will and Jack, played by Eric McCormack and Sean Hayes
Seinfeld is gloriously meandering, exceptionally observational and ridiculously blunt about it social realities. Jerry, Elaine, Kramer and George (even Newman) are not meant to be loved or sympathised with, just meant to be who they are – flawed, insensitive and left to deal with the injustice that is life.