Good news or bad? What happened to the Orlando act on "America's Got Talent"?
My mother had an easy explanation for why series succeed. "You have to have someone to root for," she said.
A&E's "Epic Ink" focuses on the zany Area 51 Tattoo shop in Springfield, Ore. But major contributions come from two Melbourne transplants who are an engaged couple: "space wizard" artist Jeff Wortham and receptionist Caroline Russell.
When Orlando's Extreme Dance Company performs Tuesday on "America's Got Talent," the troupe can expect a huge hometown audience.
Mel Brooks, Neil Patrick Harris and President Barack Obama helped boost the winners at this year's creative arts Emmys.
A Sunday morning show, "Meet the Press," will become a Sunday morning topic this weekend.
The summer has ushered in some highly entertaining new series, notably "The Strain" and "Outlander." The latest installments justify the hoopla. The weekend's highlights:
You'll see Extreme Dance Company from Orlando on "America's Got Talent" at 9 p.m. Tuesday.
At the end of their stand-up concerts, the Wayans brothers come out as a group, thank the audience and let fans take pictures.
"The Life and Death of Robin Williams" is a special "20/20" that will air at 10 p.m. tonight (Tuesday) on ABC.