Playing an attorney on TV has shown Viola Davis there's a slim — and slippery — divide between guilt and innocence.

Well-known astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson is speaking at a Detroit event aiming to help students improve their lives through higher education.

What perfect timing.

What perfect timing.

Actor-comedian Tracy Morgan and other people in a limousine struck from behind by a Wal-Mart truck on a highway in June are at least partly to blame for their injuries because they weren't wearing seatbelts, the company said in a court filing Monday.

Pro football pays the bills in prime-time television.

CBS has exercised a six-day option on the upcoming Alabama at Arkansas football game.

Former actress Amanda Bynes was arrested early Sunday morning on suspicion of driving while under the influence of a drug, authorities said Monday.

"Sleepy Hollow" was renewed after just three episodes last year, and star Tom Mison, who plays Ichabod Crane, calls the new season "the tricky second album."

December 2015 seems light years away, especially to "Star Wars" fans eagerly awaiting the seventh feature film in the popular sci-fi series.

Playing around with "Star Wars" mythology can be as dangerous as juggling a lightsaber. One false move and it's a disaster.

Twenty-five years ago - in 1989, to save you the math - two situation comedies premiered, each destined to become American institutions, even as each regarded American institutions with a jaundiced and ironic eye. One was a cartoon, set in a midsized Anytown called Springfield, the other a seemingly standard sitcom set in a semi-mythic Manhattan. Yet they were very much of a piece, in the way that their characters - a family in the former, in the latter a family in all but name - viewed and rebuked the world.

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. - When it comes to online streaming series, Netflix has grabbed the most attention for its buzzy shows "Orange Is the New Black" and "House of Cards," while Amazon has remained in Netflix's shadow.

Executive producer and writer Kevin Williamson had what he calls "an overzealous fan" in 1998 break into his house and leave some letters. The scary situation was handled by the Los Angeles police, which is how Williamson found out about the department's Threat Management Unit that handles harassment and stalking cases.

Love and laughs are the focus of two new series-"Manhattan Love Story" and "Selfie" launching on ABC Tuesday night.

BEVERLY HILLS - When "Homeland" returns to Showtime on Sunday there will definitely be sinister affairs afoot. Only they won't be the ones viewers are used to.

Nearly 3,900 people helped raise more than $1.1 million for cancer care and support at the 6th annual Dempsey Challenge, organized by actor Patrick Dempsey in honor of his mother.

Authorities say passengers were ordered off a plane in Los Angeles and a bomb squad was called over a piece of luggage with wires sticking out that belonged to a crew from a reality television show.

An AFC East showdown will air on Fox as part of the NFL's new "cross-flexing."

Flexing his star power, Denzel Washington led the thriller "The Equalizer" to a $35 million debut, according to studio estimates Sunday.

Iranian state television accused the BBC on Sunday of trying to steal "artistic, historic and cultural documents" from government archives in the Islamic Republic.

PGA Tour winner Tommy Gainey recalled his reaction when he heard that Golf Channel's "Big Break" series was taking place along the Grand Strand this year.

Santa Fe officials say an episode of the next season of ABC's "The Bachelor" that features the city will air in February.

DON'T MISS: "The Simpsons" & "Family Guy" - Woo-hoo! The first families of TV animation launch their seasons in rousing style this week. First, on "The Simpsons," a familiar character bites the dust. An hour later, "The Simpsons" and "Family Guy" join comedic forces for a crossover extravaganza that has the Griffins accidentally winding up in Springfield, where they're befriended by Homer, Marge and company. Break out the Duff Beer - or Pawtucket Ale, if you prefer. "The Simpsons" 8 p.m., "Family Guy" 9 p.m., Sunday, Fox.

How'd you like all the new shows that premiered last week? This week there are a few more and some returning programs to keep you and your DVR busy. Here's what caught my eye:

Brazilians are starting to pay attention to a different type of football — the one played with the hands.

Guest lineups for the Sunday TV news shows:

A parolee convicted of stealing a Bentley belonging to "The Biggest Loser" trainer Jillian Michaels has been sentenced to 17 years in prison.

Nick Faldo defended his television commentary that Sergio Garcia was "useless" in the 2008 Ryder Cup, saying the Spaniard had emotional and physical problems at Valhalla and even told Faldo that he did not want to play.

Guest lineups for the Sunday TV news shows:

ABC's night of Shonda Rhimes has gotten off to an impressive start, and it was the newcomer that led the way.

Twenty-five years ago - in 1989, to save you the math - two situation comedies premiered, each destined to become American institutions, even as each regarded American institutions with a jaundiced and ironic eye. One was a cartoon, set in a midsized Anytown called Springfield, the other a seemingly standard sitcom set in a semi-mythic Manhattan. Yet they were very much of a piece, in the way that their characters - a family in the former, in the latter a family in all but name - viewed and rebuked the world.

Max Negin's career path began when he was a kid listening to Harry Kalas do the play by play of Phillies baseball games.

The wife of former "American Idol" judge Randy Jackson has filed for divorce after nearly 19 years of marriage.

"Sleepy Hollow" is coming to Sleepy Hollow.

FOX's "MasterChef" is getting ready for its sixth season and brings its open casting call to New Orleans on Saturday.

Reality TV star Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi is a mom again.

"The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" on Thursday night aired a controversial segment pitting Washington Redskins fans against a group of American Indians who want the team to change its mascot.

Sometimes a slow start pays off.

"The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" has aired a controversial segment pitting Washington Redskins fans against a group of American Indians who want the team to change its mascot.

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