Miley Cyrus poses as an Australian reporter for a skit on Jimmy Kimmel Live! to find out what Americans really think of her. The answers aren't pretty.
Phoebe Buffay finally got her wish, performing Smelly Cat before a crowd of thousands thanks to Taylor Swift.
Ellen Page is sick of straight actors being called "brave" for taking on an LGBTI role. In fact, she says, it's "borderline offensive".
A lawyer for Robin Williams' widow says a legal fight over the late actor's possessions includes his large bicycle collection, artwork and books.
Dominic Purcell tells of the grueling conditions he experienced while filming for new TV One drama Abandoned.
Movies and new British drama dominate the week's viewing highlights
Justin Bieber's big solo comeback single has been leaked on the internet hours before its radio premiere.
REVIEW: Self loathing has never been so hilarious. Nor has the grim reality that we are all edging closer to death.
Wellington's world-class Broadcasting House radio studio met a grim end - first bowled, then burned.
Key GoT character not dead (spoiler)
Did you see a body? It only counts if you saw a body.
Patrick Stewart seems to be having a lot of fun lately.
As a hyperactive teenager Tom Thum started putting his restless energy into beat boxing.
REVIEW: Daredevils, DJs and dying cabbies among the topics explored in movies opening this week.
The Ashley Madison hacking scandal would make a great TV show. Don't worry, someone's on it.
Robert De Niro has been cast as big time fraudster, ponzi scheme runner Bernie Madoff.
Poverty isn't seen or heard very often on television apart from rearing its pesky ugly head on the occasional nightly news item.
Meat's time to shine is over, 'hip' trends need to be to set aside and over-meddling chefs should stop fussing too much with the natural state of ingredients.
A new show will reveal the secret works of the Little Yellow Digger illustrator Alan Gilderdale.
For some unknown reason, no Silver Scroll award was dished out in 1981, so now organisers will bestow the great “lost scroll”.
Britain's largest copyright collective says the online audio-streaming firm did not agree on licensing deal.