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Joan Rivers, Shonda Rhimes among Television Academy Hall of Fame inductees
Shonda Rhimes, Joan Rivers and the entire original cast of "Saturday Night Live" are among the television legends selected for induction into the Television Academy Hall of Fame. The original cast of "SNL" includes Dan Aykroyd, John Belushi, Chevy Chase, Jane Curtin, Garrett Morris, Laraine Newman
Legendary Actor Gene Wilder Dies at 83
The comedy great known for classic films such as "Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory" and "Blazing Saddles" died of complications from Alzheimer's disease, his family confirmed.
'Willy Wonka' Star Gene Wilder Dead at 83
Beloved actor made famous from his roles in the movie's young Frankenstein and blazing saddles has passed away this afternoon. We are learning more about the death of Gene Wilder while his nephew revealed today that the actor died earlier this month. In Stamford Connecticut he had been suffering
Comedians Reflect on the Passing of Garry Shandling
The comedian and actor behind " Larry Sanders" is remembered by his peers on Twitter.
Bill Murray's Best Reddit Responses
It was Bill Murray at his best, improvising, philosophizing and, generally, leaving fans lost in translation. The 65-year-old comic actor was back on Reddit for a second round, ahead of his latest film, "Rock the Kasbah." This time he talked about the best party he ever crashed, the role that got
'Saturday Night Live' Celebrates 40 Years
Eddie Murphy stood on the stage in which his fame was forged – back again after all these years away – and compared the feeling to high school. "SNL 40" resembled a reunion in many ways: familiar faces, old laughs, reflections of those who passed away. Sunday’s special honored four decades of “
5 Things to Know This Morning
Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning. 1. 'Tiny Minority of Lawbreakers' Blamed for Renewed Ferguson Violence Police shot tear gas and smoke canisters at protesters in Ferguson, Mo. overnight, with authorities blaming outsiders for bringing a criminal element to
'Saturday Night Live' Announcer Don Pardo Dead at 96
Longtime announcer Don Pardo, the booming voice of “ Saturday Night Live ,” died Monday at 96, an NBC spokesman confirmed. Pardo, born in 1918, joined NBC Radio in 1944. He gained the job after visiting 30 Rockefeller Plaza for a tour – he said “hello” to a supervisor, and that’s all it took,
Barbara Walters Spoofs Her Years of Excellence on 'SNL'
ABC News' personality demonstrates sense of humor on "Saturday Night Live."
Spider-Man's Emma Stone Becomes Real-Life Super Hero
The "Amazing Spider-Man 2" star supports community and connection at the Gilda's Club.