A great Christmas song can lead to a great Christmas TV special, and the latest ditty to take the leap is “All I Want for Christmas Is You.”
Jason Beghe apologizes and acknowledges that his behavior “has been hurtful to my friends and colleagues.”
Emmy winner continues to deny the charges but said he can’t remain “given the politicized atmosphere that seems to have afflicted our set.”
To make enough cash to fulfill his Chicago Public Schools pledge, Chance spends his monologue becoming “the Mariah Carey of Thanksgiving.”
The two alleged abusers took shots in both the opening scene and Weekend Update.
The musicians duet on “Father Stretch My Hands.”
The Glencoe company’s board says a consultant is looking into claims against the longtime artistic director.
The acclaimed political series’ final season will air in 2018.
During an absence related to his baby son’s heart issues, Kimmel’s chair also will be filled by Dave Grohl, Channing Tatum and Jennifer Lawrence.
Chicago musician will host the Nov. 18 episode, with Eminem as musical guest.
Spacey issues a public apology to the “Star Trek Discovery” actor and confirms for the first time that he is gay.
Likable mainstage actors seem to favor the silly over the socially aware.
Ticket sales start Nov. 10 for the July 29 concert.
His team endeavored to work some substance into the comedy, to balance a “Ferris Bueller” spoof with observations on public schools and crime.
The locally made series was created by “Master of None” Emmy winner Lena Waithe.