Winter TV 2021: All the Premiere Dates for New and Returning Shows – So Far (Photos)

Here's when 136 midseason shows debut and come back

From The Commish to Coyote: The roles of Michael Chiklis

Time to Say Goodbye to Another Round of Movies and Shows Leaving Netflix in February

It's never fun to log onto Netflix and find that the show or movie you were just watching is no longer there.

Warner Bros.' Wonka prequel gets 2023 release date

Paddington's Paul King is directing the film, which follows Roald Dahl's protagonist as a young man, pre-chocolate factory.

The Flash Season 7: Everything We Know About Casting, Stories and More

With the launch of Batwoman Season 2, the Arrowverse is officially back in action this TV season, after each of its half-dozen shows had their return to production delayed by the COVID pandemic-related shutdown. Next to suit up is Black Lightning, which kicks off its fourth and final season on Monday, Feb. 8, followed two

Horror Publisher Fangoria Launches Studio

Fangoria Studios seeks to use the brand to delve into film, TV and podcasting.

Matt Damon and Ben Affleck have been close since they were kids. Here's a timeline of their friendship.

They're one of the best bromances in Hollywood, but the award-winning actors actually met as kids in the 1980s. Here's their full friendship story.

25 of the most expensive TV series of all time

Paying stars, producing intricate sets, and incorporating innovative visual effects make each hour of TV pricier. Stacker reveals the top 25 most expensive TV series of all time. This gallery covers the early days of "Friends" and "Fraser" up to the epics of "Game of Thrones" and "The Get Down."

Quotes of the Week: Last Man Standing, Zoey's Playlist, Bridgerton and More

Turns out 2021 is a bit of a mess, after all — but at least the TV is good! To show our appreciation for the comforting constant that is television, we’ve compiled another batch of Quotes of the Week, recognizing standout dialogue from broadcast, cable and streaming series. This time around, we’ve got a memorably

Celebs Who've Admitted to Getting Plastic Surgery or Cosmetic Procedures

Supreme Court Hears Argument Over Media Ownership Rules

The high court, now dominated by conservative justices, could clear the way for deregulation over concerns about the impact on minority and female ownership.

Joe Biden's Daughter Ashley Gives Her First-Ever TV Interview Ahead of Dad's Inauguration

'I'm just so proud. I truly am proud of my father,' she gushed on Tuesday.

See every photo from Batwoman season 2

Judas and the Black Messiah's LaKeith Stanfield, Daniel Kaluuya hold court in EW's exclusive portraits

Rough Trade Closing Brooklyn Location, to Relocate This Year

Rough Trade says it’s closing down its Brooklyn location and relocating to a to-be-determined new space somewhere in New York City later this year.

Layoffs Hit Fox News Digital Amid Restructuring

The company had added to its workforce to help with its coverage of the 2020 election, and with the election over the company is adjusting its staffing to account for the less intense news cycle.

Selena Gomez bundles up while filming Only Murders in New York

The 28-year-old singer rocked a creamy jacket before changing into a black puffer as she made her way through Manhattan while wearing a protective face mask.

Dolly Parton turns 75: Her life and career in photos

Take a look back at the highlights from Dolly's life and career that were caught on camera.

Hollywood’s Notable Deaths of 2021 (Photos)

A look at all the stars in movies, TV, music, sports and media we've lost so far this year

Fans Petition to Make January 17 'Betty White Day' in Actress' Illinois Hometown

Betty White celebrated her 99th birthday on Sunday, Jan. 17

Al Roker, Steve Martin, more famous people who've received a COVID-19 vaccine

See all the famous people -- from royals and politicians to older stars and famous doctors -- who've received the COVID-19 vaccine.

Hitsville USA: The 20 greatest Motown singles

In January 1959, a little-known songwriter named Berry Gordy took $800 he scrounged together from family — along with meager royalties he earned writing "Lonely Teardrops" for Jackie Wilson — to found Tamla Records, better known as Motown Records.

Olivia Rodrigo smashes records as 'Drivers License' debuts at No. 1

The High School Musical: The Musical: The Series star's new song receives Gold certification as well as a Spotify streaming record.

The 10 Best Studio Ghibli Movies to Watch on Miyazaki’s 80th Birthday

Hayao Miyazaki, who turns 80 years old today, has announced his retirement on more than one occasion, but like so many great artists — from Steven Soderbergh to Cher — he can’t help himself from practicing his gift. At the time of this writing, Miyazaki is deep at work on the movie “How Do You

'Downton Abbey' Stars: Where Are They Now?

Truly a classic! Downton Abbey caught the attention of millions of viewers throughout its six seasons — and fans are still binge-watching the drama well after its finale. The British series aired on ITV from 2010 to 2015 and was brought to PBS audiences across the pond. Starring Hugh Bonneville, Dame Maggie Smith and more iconic English actors, the show was met with critical acclaim and earned numerous awards, including a Golden Globe Award for Best Miniseries or Television Film and an Emmy Award for Outstanding Miniseries. Not only was Downton Abbey a major hit on the small screen, but it was also transformed into movie magic. In September 2019, several of the original cast members reprised their roles in a feature-length film spin-off of the successful series. The continuing saga of the Crawley family’s estate in the English countryside raked in $194 million worldwide. When the TV series came to an end in 2015, fans weren’t the only ones who were sad to say goodbye to the beloved characters. Bonneville, who played Robert Crawley, the Earl of Grantham, revealed that he couldn’t leave the role behind without taking a little something to remember him by. “I did liberate a letter from a character [played by Matthew Goode] called Henry Talbot, who really emerges quite clearly in Season 6, inviting [the Crawleys] to race a car or something,” the actor teased during a 2016 interview with Kelly Ripa. “On Downton, not only is each letter beautifully handwritten or typed if appropriate, but it’s also germane to the scene that you’re doing. It’s really beautiful, that level of detail, because it puts you in the moment, in that era that you are trying to evoke.” Bonneville’s pilfered prop now hangs in a frame in the downstairs bathroom of his home. While many fan-favorites returned for the film, Lily James didn’t make a cameo. Despite viewers’ disappointment, producer Gareth Neame and creator Julian Fellowes revealed that James’ absence from the movie wasn’t personal. “She can’t be [in it]; she’s in every other film at the world at the moment,” Neame joked to Entertainment Weekly in December 2018. At the time, Fellowes added: “Lily is now a big star, and it would’ve been incredibly difficult for her to find time in her schedule to come and play essentially a supporting role in Downton when her career was in a different place when she was with us. … She’s our greatest success story from the cast of the show.” Scroll down to learn what the cast of Downton Abbey is up to now.

Stars we've lost to the coronavirus

These are the stars we've lost to complications of COVID-19.

Lizzie McGuire Turns 20: See What the Disney Channel Cast Looks Like Today

It’s a bittersweet day for Lizzie McGuire fans. Tuesday marks 20 years since Hilary Duff introduced Disney Channel viewers to the now-iconic teen queen/occasional Italian pop star, but how can we celebrate the show’s legacy when we’re still mourning what could have been? (Duff confirmed in December that the show’s Disney+ revival is no longer

Emma Stone and More Stars Announcing Pregnancies in 2021

Here come the baby bumps! Emma Stone, Josie Bates and more celebrities announced in 2021 that they’re pregnant. Us Weekly broke the news on January 4 that the Oscar winner is expecting her first child with her husband, Dave McCary. “She seems very happy and very excited about becoming a mother — she’s constantly oohing and cooing,” a source exclusively told Us at the time. “She looks great, she looks healthy, she’s glowing. She’s been keeping up with friends and work lately, she’s always staying active and gets her daily exercise in.” The news came two years after the Battle of the Sexes actress told Elle about her future family plans. “My perspective about kids has changed as I’ve gotten older,” the Arizona native said in August 2018. “I never babysat or anything. As a teenager, I was, like, ‘I’m never getting married, I’m never having kids.’ And then I got older and I was, like, ‘I really want to get married, I really want to have kids.’” The Golden Globe winner added at the time: “It’s the turning 30 thing where you’re, like, ‘I’m not that young. I’m young, but I’m not that young.’” Stone and McCary got engaged in December 2019, two years after they started dating. The couple sparked marriage rumors in May 2020 after fans noticed that the La La Land star had swapped her diamond for a gold band during an interview with Reese Witherspoon. She and the Saturday Night Live writer were spotted sporting matching bands in September 2020. As for the Bringing Up Bates star, she and husband Kelton Balka announced on January 5 that they have a rainbow baby on the way after a September 2020 miscarriage. “We are so filled with gratitude and we couldn’t feel more blessed and more in love with the thought of being parents again,” the reality star exclusively told Us. “Though there are still fears, concerns and uncertainties, we are taking extra precautions and praying diligently for the safety of our new little one. So far, we are all healthy and baby is developing perfectly. We are overjoyed start this new year with such happy news and are beyond thrilled to become a family of four in early summer!” The UPtV personalities’ little one will join big sister Willow, who was born in July 2019. Keep scrolling to see more celebrities sharing pregnancy news this year.

Elizabeth Olsen Explains Scarlet Witch’s Disappearing Accent from Age of Ultron to WandaVision

Elizabeth Olsen first played Scarlet Witch with a thick accent from the fictional Sokovia, though she's slowly lost it

9 New Winter Shows Ranked by Premiere Viewers, From ‘Call Me Kat’ to ‘Call Your Mother’ (Photos)

Plus: Ted Danson's "Mr. Mayor" and "The Masked Singer's" dance-centric spinoff

Great British Baking Show's Nadiya Hussain Has a New Baking Series Coming to Netflix—See the Trailer

Nadiya Bakes will be released on February 12

Year In Review: The Best Under-the-Radar Films of 2020

In most years, the film industry manages to stir up a fair amount of noise for its wares, buying billboards and Super Bowl spots, trotting out movie stars on talk shows and using glitzy red-carpet premieres to put the latest movies on audiences’ radar. But 2020 wasn’t like other years for reasons you’re probably tired

If You Loved Dickinson, Prepare to Obsess Over These 10 Shows

Dickinson, Alena Smith's creation for Apple TV+, is an irreverent, deeply modern take on reclusive poet Emily Dickinson's life.

Harry Brant, Son of Stephanie Seymour and Peter Brant, Dead at 24

The youngest son of the supermodel and billionaire died of an accidental overdose of prescription drugs.

The 25 most memorable Tom Cruise performances

Over the years, Cruise has given some truly memorable performances in many films. Although, do keep in mind that “memorable” and “good” don’t always mean the same thing.

'Avengers: Endgame' almost had a 'WandaVision' end-credits tease, says Paul Bettany

Bettany had no idea there were plans for a "WandaVision" Disney Plus series until long after "Endgame" was released.

Michael Douglas meets 1-month-old grandson for first time

Michael Douglas was unable to meet his grandson for weeks due to the pandemic.

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher will co-star in a Cheetos commercial

The 37-year-old actress tearfully says: 'What exactly are you insinuating? You think that I would do that to you, to go behind your back after everything that we've been through?'

Every Time Bachelor Nation Stars Left Before the Final Rose Ceremony

Not a fan of roses! The premise of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette has stayed the same since the ABC dating series began in 2002, but not all of the contestants have played by the rules. If the show goes according to plan, 25 to 30 men or women begin the journey to find love each season and by the season finale, the lead chooses one person to get engaged to — and hands out the final rose. Over the past few decades, however, the ABC series has seen its fair share of individuals switch things up and walk off the show on their own terms. There have been 15 women who’ve left The Bachelor before the final rose ceremony and seven men who’ve walked out of The Bachelorette in the past — all of which surprised fans and the show’s lead. On season 23 of The Bachelor, which aired in 2019, four women made the choice to leave Colton Underwood in the lurch. His final pick, Cassie Randolph, even tried to bail before he confessed that she was The One. During the fantasy suite episode, Randolph told Underwood that “I’m not in love” and eliminated herself from the competition, causing him to famously jump the fence. The two later agreed to continue their journey together, meet his parents in Spain, and Randolph accepted his final rose in the finale — but that was the only time in Bachelor Nation that someone left and then actually won. Andi Dorfman opted to end her search for romance during the fantasy suites episode of season 18 of the series — she later became the Bachelorette — during one of the most frustrating breakups the show has seen. After Juan Pablo Galavis tried to reassure Dorfman that “it’s OK” — which was his catchphrase during the season — the lawyer shut him down before heading home. “It shouldn’t just be OK. It’s not OK. When you say it’s OK, it bothers me,” she said to him at the time. “I want to die if I have to hear ‘It’s OK’ again. I can’t handle it!” Two big departures on the female-led spinoff were season 9’s Brooks Forester and season 6’s Frank Neuschaefer. Forester walked out on Desiree Hartsock just days before the final rose ceremony in 2013. At the time, he was the front-runner, but after leaving she chose Chris Siegfried as the winner. The two wed in 2015 and share two children. Neuschaefer had an even more dramatic conversation with Ali Fedotowsky when he took himself out of the game in Tahiti with only three men remaining. At the time, he revealed he still had feelings for an ex-girlfriend, which broke the Massachusetts native’s heart. Scroll down to see all of the shocking self-eliminations in Bachelor and Bachelorette history.

11 Extraordinary Shows to Watch If You Love Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist

Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist is a feel-good ray of sunshine with zany characters, messy love triangles, and, of course, catchy covers of your favorite pop songs.

Eli Goree's Name Is One to Remember, and These 8 Roles Prove It

We could spend hours talking about how much we love One Night in Miami's Eli Goree.

Incredible filming locations from popular movies

Stacker takes a look at some of the most awe-inspiring filming locations from around the globe

Best single-season TV shows

What are the best one-season television shows ever made? To answer this question, Stacker compiled IMDb data on the top TV shows of all time.

Destiny’s Child Star Michelle Williams Claps Back at Comment About Needing to Have Children

Michelle Williams quickly shut down a troll on her Instagram who said she “needs some children.” Keep scrolling to see her epic response.

Renewed and Canceled TV Shows 2021 Guide

‘Sex and the City’: The 10 Best Episodes, Ranked

“Sex and the City” is about to pivot into a bold new future without one of its core cast members — but fans know that friendship, in all its complications, was at the heart of the original series. In the run-up to the newly announced HBO Max series, “And Just Like That,” following three of

New Orleans Jazz Fest 2021 Rescheduled for October

Due to the ongoing Covid‐19 pandemic, the producers of the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival presented by Shell have decided to postpone this year’s event until the fall. Jazz Fest 2021 is scheduled for October 8‐17. Quint Davis, Producer/Director of Jazz Fest, said, “We are all ready to get together again and share that

The most notable director/actor collaborations

A strong working relationship can get the best out of an actor and a director. Here are some of the directors and actors most synonymous with each other in the history of Hollywood.

Stars we lost in 2021

See all the celebrities who died this year.

The Incredibles, Toy Story, and more Pixar faves get new 'mini shorts' on Disney+

A collection of 10 shorts is coming to Disney+ this Friday.