Sony is not having a blockbuster year. The lack of hit movies has left the studio with only 3.7 percent of the domestic market share.
A woman's obituary calls Canadian citizens to vote out the prime minster. Fixing broadcaster the CBC is another request on her posthumous wish list.
BBC "Apprentice" star Stuart "The Brand" Baggs was found dead in his apartment. The cause of death is unknown but does not appear to be suspicious.
Sarah Harding's four-episode stint on "Coronation Street" is over, and from the looks of it, she won't be returning to soap operas anytime soon.
Christopher Eccleston starred in the BBC's "Doctor Who" in 2005 but left after just one season.
'Good Day Sacramento' was thrilled to have Cara Delevingne on their show. But the actress seemed less than pleased, to say the least.
Drunk Ron Weasley — well, Simon Pegg — made yet another appearance to wish his pal Harry Potter happy birthday. Kinda.
Justin Bieber stopped by 'Knock Knock: Live' to surprise one of his biggest fans, who battled through meningitis with the help of his music.
So, you know those blue papers Jon Stewart is always scribbling on during 'The Daily Show?' Well, he finally revealed exactly what he's been doodling.
On Tuesday's 'Little People, Big World,' Matt and Amy finally faced the unfortunate reality of their marriage.
About 15 years after her husband's death, Carole Radziwill took 'RHONY' fans on an emotional journey to London to retrieve his ashes.
Our weekly recap vidcast discusses Ani infiltrating the orgy, Frank and Ray's anticlimactic coffee date and the show's ever-increasing complexity.