True Detective, the runaway HBO hit about two Louisiana cops chasing an elusive evil for two decades, wraps up its first season Sunday. Rustin Cohle (Matthew McConaughey) and his old partner Marty Hart (Woody Harrelson) are all set to nail down at least one part of whatever awfulness is coming. True Detective deserves most of the effusive praise its getting, managing to be dark, sexy, terrifying and sad, sometimes all at once.
Ellen DeGeneres' celeb-studded selfie from the most-watched Oscars telecast in a decade was a landmark social media moment at a time online conversation is boosting television viewership and vice versa.
On a typical season of The Bachelor, the Women Tell All special is reserved for cat fights. This time, the women had their claws out for Juan Pablo. Instead of bashing each other, the women called out the bachelor for not taking the time to get to know them or taking the process seriously.
Jay Leno, who kicks off the Greater Kansas City International Auto Show with a stand-up performance at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Bartle Hall, talks with Scott Collins of the Los Angeles Times about his departure from The Tonight Show, his thoughts on comedy and what hes doing now.
A struggling southeast Missouri town hopes a new network TV show set locally brings along an economic boost.
If Aaron Paul gets his way, "Breaking Bad" fans can expect to see Jesse Pinkman calling on Saul Goodman — and perhaps calling him some names — in the spinoff series centered on a sleazy lawyer.
Quick, what's your favorite "Sex and the City" moment involving Carrie Bradshaw and her adored shoe collection?
The cast of NBC's "Parks and Recreation" is getting a new member for a night: Michelle Obama.
Jim Lange, the first host of the popular game show "The Dating Game," has died at his home in Mill Valley, Calif. He was 81.
Paul Rudd brought his A-game on Tuesday night on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon." In Fallon's recurring lip-sync battle bit, Rudd started the duel with Tina Turner's "Better Be Good to Me."
In the last big sweeps period, the perennial last-place station in Kansas City did something it had apparently never done before. One of its daily newscasts finished No. 1. This month, with NBCs wall-to-wall coverage of the Winter Olympics, the good news has just kept on coming for KSHB.
Prime-time schedules are thawing out some established hits in the next few weeks, as well as planting seeds to see what takes root. But The Americans, Hannibal and Bates Motel, following up triumphant first seasons with even better episodes, offer the best cure for cabin fever.
Has Jimmy Fallon reinvented the late-night talk show? Nah. A (male) host still does a monologue, sits at a desk in front of a skyline and banters with his (male) announcer. But the boyish Fallon does seem to get a kick out of his guests, and some of the funny business is inspired. Heres our report card on his first week on Tonight.
Nobody makes a man-child like Nick Hornby.Every movie made from a Hornby novel needs a witty, selfish lad who looks good in stubble and henleys. John Cusacks turn as Rob, the sulky slacker/stalker from High Fidelity, still serves as an antidote to his bought, sold and processed romances. About a Boys Will Freeman, who appears in sitcom form Saturday after the Olympics, has already been adorably played by Hugh Grant in the 2002 film version.
Hometown gal Nikki Ferrell mixes it up with fellow bachelorette Clare on The Bachelor, but in the end they both get what they want. Nikki, a nurse at Childrens Mercy in Kansas City, and fellow bachelorette Clare Crawley cant stand each other and that made-for-TV bitterness erupted into a bleep-filled argument.
Long before the A&E Network reality series Storage Wars debuted a few years back, highlighting a collection of professional storage-unit hunters in their quest to uncover hidden gems, real-life hunters have been showing up to local storage auctions for years, hoping for the best.
It's warmer in Sochi for the Winter Olympics than in the eastern U.S. where snowy storms have disrupted travel for days. But D.C.'s winter weather didn't stop newly-sworn in fictional Vice President Frank Underwood from returning to office as the second season of "House of Cards" debuted on Netflix.
If regulators approve the $45.2 billion deal, Time Warner Cable’s shareholders will get richer, but the benefits for consumers are decidedly unclear. Some critics say the deal will be flat out bad for users of Time Warner Cable’s TV service and broadband Internet. But Brian Roberts, CEO of Comcast, said the merger would be “pro-consumer” and “in the public’s interest.”
The solid, unshowy weatherman joined the station then known as KCMO-TV (now KCTV) in 1958 and stayed on the air there until 1981. Yates was a consummate professional, remembered Jack Harry, KSHBs sports director, who at one time worked with Yates at Channel 5.