The spotlight turns to a Ghost Nation warrior – and the brilliant actor behind him – in the series' best episode ever
Set 1,000 years before current storyline, "the series chronicles the world’s descent from the golden Age of Heroes into its darkest hour"
Rob Sheffield on the TV personality and celebrity chef: "He was the Johnny Thunders of food, a hard-ass hedonist chatterbox who didn't mind his table manners"
From touring Senegal with Youssou N'Dour to talking baseball with Alice Cooper, we look back at the late chef's most memorable artist meet-ups
Despite his reputation as an irascible bad-ass, the chef, author and TV personality had a natural ability to inspire by taking delight in discovery
Michel Gondry-helmed Showtime series debuts in the fall
Late comedian's son Zak, Billy Crystal and Steve Martin appear in new clip
Pop star, comedian played increasingly silly versions of James Blunt, Oasis, Jerry Lee Lewis, Rihanna, Backstreet Boys songs in 'Late Late Show' bit
"I crossed the line. I regret it and I do apologize for that," host says
With Shawn Mendes performing a residency on the 'Late Late Show With James Corden' this week, producer Diana Miller opens up about her job
From their comic-book origin story to what the Freeform show is changing – everything you need to know about the MCU's teen duo
"I'm sad for the people who lost their jobs in the process," actress says. "However, I do stand behind the decision that ABC has made"
Thirtieth anniversary trek will feature series creator Joel Hodgson, host Jonah Ray
Comedian defended fellow 'Daily Show' alum in recent interview, adding that president "probably ... says that instead of 'please'"
'Last Week Tonight' host explores corruption of flawed system, in which court-appointed individuals make decisions on people's health, finances
The show drops some major big-picture revelations and gung-ho action sequences – now if it could only be faithful to basic narrative logic
"Kudos to ABC, it takes a lot of courage to fire someone after they've been openly racist for the thousandth time," comedian says
Paramount Network won't air black comedy after recent tragedies: "Combination of a high school show with these very dark moments didn't feel right"
Story of 1980s LGBT subculture isn't 'American Drag Story' – it's a straightforward, compassionate look at community, family and authenticity
Former 'Roseanne' star wrote that she "was willing to do anything" to fix situation following racist tweet that led to sitcom's cancellation