"There will only ever be one Alex Trebek, but I'm honored to be helping Jeopardy! out with this in January," said Jennings, one of the show's all-time top winners.
The beloved cartoon is resurrected at a time when real life might be zanier than anything Yakko, Wakko and Dot could conjure up.
After years of bad blood in the public eye, Will Smith and Janet Hubert finally discuss her acrimonious departure from the show on the special, now available on HBO MAX.
Nintendo has long prioritized interesting gaming experiences over graphical firepower, but the popularity of its consoles means developers are willing to make the effort to rework games for them.
Formerly a producer and songwriter for K-pop's nascent idols, Si-hyuk's own label, Big Hit Entertainment, recently became larger than the other top labels in Seoul combined.
The newest host of the Great British Baking Show says he'd never even seen it before he was asked to try out. But then he binged a few episodes and thought to himself, "this show's brilliant!"
The new LEGO Star Wars Holiday Special gently satirizes the franchise, but the 1978 Star Wars Holiday Special nearly killed it.
In the Hulu on FX limited series "A Teacher," a high school English teacher (Kate Mara) lures a student (Nick Robinson) into a sexual relationship. It doesn't turn out well.
The hit video game about escaping the underworld is immensely popular and irresistibly well-crafted — but despite its promise of infinite content, the replay value begins to fade eventually.
As with everything in 2020, the holidays feel a little different amid a global pandemic. We want to hear how your favorite traditions are enduring, changing or being skipped altogether this season.
The Netflix adaptation of a novel about a couple of teenagers who communicate by writing in a shared notebook is a well-made limited series with old-fashioned appeal.
We've got the goods on a large number of movies coming to cable and streaming over the holiday season, complete with notes to help you find the ones that are right up your alley.
New video game consoles from Microsoft and Sony are out this week — the latest installment in a long-running battle between two companies competing for dominance in the video game market.
The social deduction game. where you play a froup of funny-shaped little spaceman trying to uncover murderous impostors among you, originally came out in 2018 — but it's having a real moment now.
The Showtime comedy series about three NASA astronauts-in-training at a mock moonbase in the desert vibrates on its own singular wavelength, but never generates laughs.