“Treehouse of Horror XXXI,” which airs on Oct. 18 at 8 p.m. on Fox, opens with an election parody that’s not for the faint of heart.
'The Osbournes' changed reality television forever and turned Sharon, Kelly, and Jack Osbourne into overnight stars. But there was one family member who chose to remain behind the scenes.
After seeking treatment last year, the Motley Crüe drummer has realized that he’s “one of those guys that has to keep myself busy."
Unlike Michael, the "Breaking the Law" rocker kept his men's room incident out of the tabloids — thanks to some sympathetic metalhead cops.
“There are a lot of ways of keeping John’s memory and spirit alive,” Yasbeck tells Yahoo Entertainment. “My job is to keep people’s aortas alive.”
The "Simple Life" alum says that had her sex tape been released today in the post-#MeToo era, she wouldn’t have been publicly shamed the way she was.
Directors Rachel Grady and Heidi Ewing and victim Sabrina talk about the search for romance scammer Richard Scott Smith.
"I did it with power. I didn't do it with my hand on my hip to be sexy," the former actress says of the secret reason why she wore that chainmail outfit.
Plus, producer Scott Rosenfelt reveals the "Teen Wolf" nude scene he regrets today.
“We decided to make it funny but also make it emotionally very credible,” the director says. “This is what someone might feel like if they were in that position.”
Director Danny Wolf and producer Jim McBride (aka Mr. Skin) talk about their new documentary "Skin," and other things nudity-related.
“I wouldn't recommend the way our band came together to any other young woman,” Manson chuckles, 25 years later.
The dramatic, orchestral 'Dangerous Minds' theme remains a bona fide hip-hop classic, and it has held up better than the film itself.
Grey's Anatomy, which is entering Season 17 on ABC this fall, might've had a much shorter lifespan had opportunity knocked on Ellen Pompeo's door when she was in her 20s. "If I started the show when I was younger, [like] 25, I probably would have dipped out when I was 31, 32, when my six-year […]
The actress hopes that her new movie, "The Secret: Dare to Dream," has the power to bring the best out of people.
"I think the biggest misconception with SPF, in particular, is that Black people don’t need it. And as a woman of color, I am here to say that’s a lie," Rihanna tells Yahoo Entertainment.
To mark the film’s 25th anniversary, screenwriter Peter Rader shared some stories from "the crazy ride that was 'Waterworld'" including its origins as a "Mad Max" rip-off and how he made theme park history.
Rashida Jones gets candid about privilege, telling Yahoo, "I won a lottery in terms of the parents that I have, and how I grew up."
The actress shares what life was like as the only Black cast member on the popular '90s sitcom.
“I was basically writing these trippy little songs that now I listen to, and I don't remember writing them. I don't remember producing them. I don't remember touring with them."
Five years after handing over Comedy Central’s beloved late night talk show to Trevor Noah, the comedian once again takes aim at his two favorite topics — politics and the media — in the new political satire, "Irresistible."
"It's time to reexamine the shows you watch, brands you consume from," a Bachelor Diversity campaign member explains.
A recent documentary, "Pushout," hopes to “point the way for positive change” through the power of storytelling.
Few knew that gay bookstore Circus of Books was run by a heterosexual, religious, suburban married couple, who were leading a double-life.