The ESPN documentary looks at the 1988 football game between Notre Dame and the University of Miami. Also tonight, airings of “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” and “Mary Poppins,” and John Cena and Maren Morris on SNL.
According to media reports, President-elect Donald Trump will continue to be credited as an executive producer on the reality TV show that made him a star, meaning he is in line to earn tens of thousands of dollars.
Let us for a moment consider the strange pleasures of the made-for-TV Christmas movie. Did I say pleasures? Sorry, I meant ... actually, I don't know what I meant because as a genre, this might be one of the more baffling if robust annual traditions-turned-fetish dominated by a small niche of cable channels that you might not even realize are included in your monthly package.
A former police detective told jurors Friday he believes that having a "Cops" television crew present damaged the Dalia Dippolito murder-for-hire investigation by changing the way investigators did their jobs.
Just before the start of Saturday night’s episode of “Saturday Night Live,” local NBC affiliate WRAL aired a special message promising to no longer silence language on the program. During last week’s show, hosted by Dave Chappelle, the station attempted to mute two objectionable words used by the comedian, but drew criticism from viewers because their 8-second delay impeded the flow of the program. WRAL is the only market in the country known to have muted portions of the broadcast.
Watch WRAL's message promising to no longer silence language on 'Saturday Night LIve'
Downtown Raleigh coffee shop 42 & Lawrence served coffee the Gilmore Girls way
Wake Forest pastor gains fame as Steve Harvey lookalike