Kerry Washington has said she thinks “everyone deserves a happy ending” as the cast of Scandal bid farewell to the show.
A man’s unexpected appearance on a live news broadcast is making Brits chuckle.
Lennie James and Suranne Jones will return for a second series of drama Save Me, it has been announced.
Sky Sports presenter Simon Thomas has paid tribute to his “kind, passionate and loving” late wife after International Women’s Day.
Sky is set to launch a new virtual reality experience that will allow its customers to have a “one-on-one” audience with Sir David Attenborough in their living rooms.
Harry Potter star Jason Isaacs has said he was embarrassed to be an actor for many years.
Sky shares have surged after US media giant Comcast lined up a showdown with 21st Century Fox by mounting a £22.1 billion takeover approach for the UK broadcaster.
21st Century Fox has offered to shield Sky News from Rupert Murdoch’s influence and ensure its future for five years in an attempt to push through an £11.7 billion takeover bid for Sky.
Groundhog Day is, of course, a film about a man condemned to live through the same day over and over again.
Golden Globe winner Laura Dern has said her “acting dream has come true” following the announcement that Meryl Streep is joining the cast of Big Little Lies.
Rupert Murdoch suffered a knockback after 21st Century Fox’s bid for Sky was provisionally blocked by the competition watchdog on Monday.
Rupert Murdoch’s £11.7 billion takeover bid for Sky has been provisionally blocked by the competition watchdog due to fears it would hand the media mogul too much control over UK media.
The proposed £11.7 billion takeover of Sky by 21st Century Fox is not in the public interest as the combined group would have too much control over UK news media, the competition watchdog has provisionally found.
Scandal and How To Get Away With Murder will get a special crossover episode.
The Ashes are back this week, as Australia and England resume hostilities in one of the biggest and best sporting contests around.
Sky has rejected BBC director-general Tony Hall’s claims that the future of British-made television programmes such as Sherlock and Broadchurch is under “serious threat”.
Lesley Sharp has said she does not want to be classified as a northern actress because of the “class system”.
Ex-Coronation Street actress Katherine Kelly says seeing guns lined up in front of her for her new role as a soldier was a shock.
Presenter Cat Deeley has said she is “very excited to be home” as she returns to the UK to host new music reality contest Sing: Ultimate A Cappella.