Danny DeVito and the rest of the 'Always Sunny' cast have an upcoming episode which will be an homage to the fact that 'Sunny' has never received an Emmy award. The show stars Rob McElhenney, Glenn Howerton, Charlie Day, Kaitlin Olson, and Danny DeVito.
Nina Dobrev, Kristen Stewart and others took the top prizes at the 2013 Teen Choice Awards. Nina Dobrev stars in the CW series 'The Vampire Diaries,' while Kristen Stewart starred in the 'Twilight' film series.
The Teen Choice Awards included Lea Michele dedicating her award to 'Glee' co-star Cory Monteith and Ashton Kutcher telling young fans to be 'thoughtful' and 'generous.' The Teen Choice Awards were held in Universal City, Calif.
Amber Tamblyn will portray Charlie Harper (Charlie Sheen)'s daughter on the CBS sitcom and is slated to appear in five episodes so far. Amber Tamblyn also starred in 'Joan of Arcadia' and appeared on Fox's 'House.'
Jason Sudeikis is starring in the upcoming comedy 'We're the Millers.' Jason Sudeikis is one of several 'Saturday Night Live' cast members to leave recently – here are some of the other movies and TV shows recent grads will be appearing in.
Peter Capaldi was tapped to be the new 'Doctor Who.' The BBC announced Peter Capaldi, a 55-year-old Scot, would replace current Doctor Matt Smith during a live show. 'Doctor Who' has aired in various forms since 1963.
Rashida Jones, who has starred on the show since its beginning, and more recently added cast member Rob Lowe will be leaving the comedy this year. Rashida Jones and Rob Lowe play characters Ann Perkins and Chris Traeger.
Mary Lynn Rajskub, who starred on the original '24' series, will appear with '24' star Kiefer Sutherland for the new 12-episode series '24: Live Another Day.' Mary Lynn Rajskub played Jack Bauer's counter-terrorist sidekick Chloe.
The new cable channel will offer entertainment that aims to amuse and to inspire social change. "TakePart Live," for example, is devoted to "decoding" the news, including online involvement by viewers.
Many younger viewers, a coveted demographic in TV, are ignoring such late-night staples as 'The Tonight Show.' Will Jimmy Fallon taking over for Jay Leno and Seth Meyers arriving on the scene make a difference?