'Family Guy' meets 'The Simpsons' in crossover clip
July 28th, 2014
04:40 PM ET

'Family Guy' meets 'The Simpsons' in crossover clip

What happens when two of animation's ruling families meet? Donuts are had, beer is shared ... and things quickly go awry.

At San Diego Comic-Con over the weekend, Fox released a nearly five-minute clip of their anticipated "Simpsons" crossover episode featuring the Griffins from "Family Guy."

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Fox's 'Gotham': Villains surface in new trailer
July 28th, 2014
12:30 PM ET

Fox's 'Gotham': Villains surface in new trailer

As Batman celebrates his 75th anniversary, the hero's story is being told from all angles.

On Fox this fall, "Gotham" will tackle Bruce Wayne's younger years through the eyes of Commissioner Gordon (Ben McKenzie). But as much as it's about the beginning of Batman, it's also about the beginning of his enemies, as a new trailer shows.

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Whitney Houston's mom is against Lifetime biopic
July 23rd, 2014
04:35 PM ET

Whitney Houston's mom is against Lifetime biopic

Another member of the Houston family is not a fan of Lifetime's planned biopic of Whitney Houston.

The late singer's daughter, Bobbi Kristina, has criticized the project's director, Angela Bassett, and now Houston's mother Cissy is also taking a stand against it.

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What's to come for 'Fargo' season 2
July 22nd, 2014
12:21 PM ET

What's to come for 'Fargo' season 2

Now that "Fargo" has been renewed, series creator Noah Hawley is slipping a few details about what to expect from the new season.

As it's an anthology series - like HBO's "True Detective" - we know not to expect to see a continuation of season one. But according to Hawley, there will be something familiar about "Fargo" season 2.

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Viola Davis' honest answer about why she turned to TV
July 16th, 2014
05:33 PM ET

Viola Davis' honest answer about why she turned to TV

Viola Davis will give it to you straight: she signed up for a TV series because she was ready to tackle the lead role.

The Oscar-nominated actress has plenty of acclaim and isn't hurting for film projects - you'll next see her in August's James Brown biopic "Get On Up" - but the scripts coming her way are for supporting, not starring, roles.

So while she liked the script for Shonda Rhimes' new fall series, "How To Get Away With Murder," she'd be lying if she said she wasn't also attracted to playing the lead role.

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Katherine Heigl: I was never intentionally 'difficult'
July 14th, 2014
01:26 PM ET

Katherine Heigl: I was never intentionally 'difficult'

Katherine Heigl is trying to debunk her "difficult" reputation.

The former "Grey's Anatomy" star has been plagued with gossip that she and her mother, Nancy, aren't the most pleasant people to do business with, and on Sunday the actress was faced with the chatter head-on.

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