It can be hard to remember these days, but the "M" in MTV stands for music. The network plans to remind its viewers of this by adding more live music and music-inspired programming, including a weekly performance series.
HBO didn't need to see how fans will respond to upcoming seasons of three of its hit shows -- the premium network renewed the series, including the ever-popular Game of Thrones, before they premiere April 24.
The former CIA operative played by Matt Damon comes out of the shadows in the first trailer for Jason Bourne, a sequel set 12 years after Damon's last adventure as the character in The Bourne Ultimatum.
Miss USA is heading to Instagram and Twitter in search of a 52nd contestant for its 2016 beauty pageant. For the first time in history, the public will also be able to vote to select the new candidate via Twitter and the Miss USA website.
PornHub has launched a new on-demand porn service that sends free clips to your smartphone in exchange for an emoji. As a result, the innocent little icons on your phone are assigned a porn category, transforming them into something a lot…
Looking for something to watch? Instead of turning on the tube just to find something, you'll soon be able to see live TV listings within Google Search. That's in addition to all the info Google already offers about TV shows and movies.
Alcon Entertainment seems to have taken pity on Blade Runner fans, who have long been waiting for a follow-up to the 1982 Ridley Scott film starring Harrison Ford. The sequel's theatrical release has been pushed forward to 2017.
NBC seems to be feeling experimental. Aquarius season two is set to return this summer, and its premiere will be a two-hour, commercial-free episode. The Charles Manson-themed crime drama series stars David Duchovny.
Three's Company may be adapted into a movie, as New Line is reportedly eyeing the movie rights to the popular '70s and '80s sitcom, which starred Suzanne Somers and Joyce Dewitt as platonic roommates with John Ritter.