On Tuesday, Roseanne Barr had plenty to say on Twitter and Twitter had plenty to say back.
ABC canceled its hit sitcom "Roseanne" on Tuesday after the show's biggest star, Roseanne Barr, went on a racist Twitter rant.
This week, Fox outlined its big promise to advertisers ahead of the upcoming TV season: less will really be more.
David is back to climbing in through windows on "Roseanne."
President Donald Trump on Monday accused fired FBI officials James Comey and Andrew McCabe of committing "many crimes," his latest salvo at the bureau in the wake of the former bureau director's media tour to support his upcoming book.
Jimmy Kimmel offered to put an end to a feud between him and Fox News host Sean Hannity.
Ratings for the first week of "Roseanne" tripled ABC's internal projections.
Just days after "Roseanne" made a blockbuster return, ABC has announced a second season of the sitcom.
ABC's revival of "Roseanne" premiered on Tuesday to a staggering 18.2 million viewers.
Thirty years have passed since "Roseanne" burst onto the scene, which makes it ripe fodder for nostalgia. Yet ABC's revival quickly moves past the kick of seeing the gang back together, going out of its way to awkwardly embrace politics. While the title character's cackle has been a big a big part of the promo campaign, the likelihood of viewers drowning that out with laughter of their own appears slim.
NBC will air the Indianapolis 500 starting in 2019, marking the first time in 65 years that the marquee open-wheel race is not broadcast on an ABC property.
Not even a "lost" interview with OJ Simpson could help Fox beat ABC's "American Idol" reboot.
Marsai Martin proves you're never too young to have grown-up jobs.
An erroneous ABC News report about President Trump and his former adviser Michael Flynn met widespread criticism and led the network to suspend the journalist behind the story for making a "serious error."
"Bachelor in Paradise" will resume production 10 days after filming came to a halt to investigate an allegation of misconduct involving two cast members.
Try telling "Bachelor Nation" their favorite shows are just "guilty pleasure viewing."
In the days leading up to the suspension of production of "Bachelor in Paradise," most of the cast was left in the dark as to what was going on, even as the atmosphere around them became more chaotic and they were moved from one location to another, a source with knowledge of the situation told CNNMoney on Tuesday.
Those who can't make it to Ariana Grande's benefit concert in Manchester can tune in online and on ABC to see the show.