There's another departure in store for "The Daily Show."
After surviving the Sony hack, production for the new James Bond thriller "SPECTRE" has moved to Rome, where crowds are gathering to catch a glimpse of 007 and the oldest Bond girl yet, 50-year-old Monica Bellucci.
CBS News on Monday released video from four stories it aired about the Falklands War in 1982, all part of a dispute involving Fox News Channel host Bill O'Reilly and his subsequent statements about covering the war.
A representative for Ben Woolf, an actor on "American Horror Story," says Woolf has died.
An estimated 36.6 million people watched the Academy Awards telecast on ABC, a drop of 16 percent from 2014.
A representative for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has defended the producers' decision to omit Joan Rivers from the traditional In Memoriam segment at the Oscars on Sunday night, blaming time constraints for the snub.
Broadway and TV did Hollywood a favor, sharing Neil Patrick Harris for duties hosting the Oscars. Harris not only did himself proud, as expected after numerous triumphs presiding over the Tonys and Emmys. Even better, he stewarded an Oscarcast that made up in charm what it lacked in suspense.
"Birdman" has won the Academy Award for best picture.
Julianne Moore won her first Oscar as best actress for "Still Alice," and shined a light on Alzheimer's disease in her acceptance speech Sunday night.
"The Theory of Everything" star Eddie Redmayne was considered the Oscar front-runner for best actor. But his oversized reaction when he won gave no hint of entitlement.
Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu has won the Academy Award for best director for "Birdman."
Patricia Arquette has won the Academy Award for best supporting actress for "Boyhood."