The Interwebs are buzzing this morning, as the cast of the hit Netflix series "Orange Is the New Black" share their YouTube holiday greetings, a la "The 12 Days of Christmas."
Nine years of Comedy Central's "The Colbert Report" came to an end Thursday night along with its mythical presiding pundit, as the real-life Stephen Colbert bade the audience farewell.
Embattled actor Stephen Collins says he's not a pedophile and insists he has inappropriately touched a minor just once.
In the wake of the startling cancellation of "The Interview," an entire species of movie baddies might be in danger of extinction.
"The Interview" will go down as the satire that provoked an authoritarian dictatorship, roiled Sony Pictures in a massive hacking attack and prompted new questions of cyber warfare, corporate risk-tasking and comedic audacity.
After losing his father and two brothers in a plane crash at age 10, Colbert tells Morley Safer that it affected his ability to accept any type of authority.
Remaking "Annie" for the 21st century is another bad idea from Sony; too bad this one gets released.
Stephen Colbert tells Morley Safer his character is based on a mix of Fox News' Bill O'Reilly and MSNBC's Joe Scarborough -- but he has "shame."
Meryl Streep, Chris Pine, Rob Marshall, Tracy Ullman and more discuss making the film version of a Sondheim classic.
Mike Leigh's stunning biopic of J.M.W.Turner is the portrait of the leading English Romantic landscape artist who was evidently also quite a philanderer and misanthrope.