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Emmy-nominated Harbour breaks down the 1999 "X-Files" episode "Field Trip," and why it still resonates. Plus: His favorite "Stranger Things" episode.
"Shades of Blue" is over, but Lopez's "World of Dance" continues as a big hit for NBC. As she winds down three years of both her drama series and her Vegas residency, here's what's next for the superstar.
Also: Although Gilligan admits his worldview is a bit "bleak," he shares his love for "Spongebob Squarepants."
They kept the ruse up for a year, but now Myers is free to reveal what went into creating his larger-than-life British TV host character, Tommy Maitland.
The "Somebody Feed Phil" host says now's the time to travel, or even just explore new neighborhoods in your own city: "You're never going to be as young as you are right now. Go now, don't wait!"
The filmmaker's new truTV anthology also takes on sexism via a masturbating chimp. In real life, "I can sleep at night," Goldthwait said of refusing to work with "predators."
Production on Season 8 won't begin until early next year, as Danes focuses on another personal project currently in development.
"Outside of a couple wrinkles and the hairline receding, it felt like yesterday," Macchio told IndieWire of revisiting Daniel LaRusso.
The stars of truTV's "At Home with Amy Sedaris" and "I'm Sorry" meet on stage and discuss juggling so many roles on their critically acclaimed series.
"Genius: Picasso" stars Banderas and Alex Rich on figuring out how to play an artist who was respected and powerful — but also very cruel.
The producers say "Smash" may be one step closer to revival on stage. Also, they say Aaron Sorkin continues to work on a major rewrite of "A Few Good Men" for their live NBC play, hopefully next year.
Winkler spent years trying to get out from the shadow of his "Happy Days" character, and now he's having another career high. "It's really good to be alive and be Henry!"
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