If Hillary Clinton's loss has you on the brink of depression, Conan O'Brien has just the thing.
Ryan Reynolds opens up about the moment he knew he would marry Blake Lively.
'The Simpsons', which predicted a Donald Trump presidency in grim flash-forward episode, acknowledged being right is not always fun at the beginning of its Sunday episode.
A judge ordered that 'Making a Murderer's Brendan Dassey be released from federal prison while Wisconsin state prosecutors appeal his overturned conviction.
On the first episode of 'Last Week Tonight' after the election of Donald Trump, John Oliver urged Americans to avoid "normalizing" his presidency.
Gina Rodriguez, star of 'Jane the Virgin' and 'Frozen's Idina Menzel talk virginity with James Corden.
Alton Brown instantly freezes Pumpkin Spice latte for a spin on the popular Fall flavor that the Food Network star despises.
Michelle Dockery laughs with Seth Meyers about playing 'Good Behavior's bad girl Letty Raines after playing the proper Lady Mary on 'Downton Abbey' for years.
Conan O'Brien and Elijah Wood play 'Final Fantasy XV'and join a fellowship that the comedian likens to Middle Earth 'Entourage'.
Bernie Sanders, the Vermont Senator, tells his supporters to become more involved in the political process and remain optimistic about the country's future.
The first extended trailer for Disney's live action 'Beauty and the Beast' debuted on 'Good Morning America' this morning.
'Silicon Valley' stars Kumail Nanjiani and Thomas Middleditch say they were harassed by Donald Trump supporters and insulted with names at a bar in Los Angeles on Friday night.
Kristen Stewart talked about starring as Bella Swan in the 'Twilight' saga in an appearance with Ellen DeGeneres.
Dave Chappelle dropped the N-word and called Donald Trump an "internet troll" as he delivered the show's first post-election monologue on 'Saturday Night Live'.
The first extended trailer for 'Ghost in the Shell' has debuted.
Jeremy Renner laughs about 'Arrival' director Denis Villeneuve's French Canadian accent that kept him grinning on set.
David Blaine begins with card tricks but blows Jimmy Fallon and The Roots' minds with a trick that involves regurgitating and then swallowing a live frog.
Having already heard from pundits, surrogates, experts and anchors, Jimmy Kimmel wonders what children have to say so he asks them for their thoughts on our next President, Donald Trump.
Kelly Ripa says a recent botox episode left her unable to smile for months.
'60 Minutes' has landed the coveted first sit-down interview with President-elect Donald Trump.
Award winning screenwriter Aaron Sorkin has penned an open-letter to his daughter following Donald Trump's election night victory.
The 'Big Brother' cast, who has been locked in the house without any news from the outside, were finally told the news that shocked America and most of the world.
Despite believing in mermaids, Los Angeles Rams player William Hayes doesn't believe in dinosaurs.
As we get closer to the December release date for 'Rogue One: A Star Wars Story', Lucasfilm continues to trickle out new details about the Gareth Edwards' heist movie.
Eddie Redmayne teaches Jimmy Fallon the steps of the "seductive" mating dance he performed in 'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them'.
John Cleese and Eric Idle are fed up with selfies so they wrote a song to express their disgust without holding back on the profanity.
Matthew Broderick tells Jimmy Kimmel about strange fans approaching him in public.
Christopher Lloyd will guest star on an upcoming episode of 'The Big Bang Theory'.
Tom Brady has been advised by his supermodel wife, Gisele Bundchen, to stop talking about politics.
Tom Holland has revealed he's signed on to play a young Peter Parker aka Spiderman in six Marvel movies.
Kyra Sedgwick tells James Corden about losing Tom Cruise's friendship after pushing the wrong secret button at the A-list actor's house.
Robert De Niro, who had been an extremely vocal critic of Donald Trump, says he wishes he would've punched the real estate mogul before he was elected President.
Seth Meyers took a moment to talk about the results of the 2016 presidential election and the prospect of a Donald Trump presidency at the beginning of 'Late Night'.
Triumph the Insult Comic Dog makes an appearance with Stephen Colbert to explain Donald Trump's election night victory.
Celebrities react swiftly to Donald Trump's election upset on Tuesday night and, as you would expect, much of Hollywood wasn't very happy.
In a rare move, Prince Harry confirmed he was dating 'Suits' actress Meghan Markle on Tuesday.
Michael Keaton will play Vulture In Marvel's 'Spider-Man: Homecoming'.
Alec Baldwin says he doesn't have a dislike for Donald Trump despite his impression on 'Saturday Night Live'.
Michael Buble and his wife are "devastated" after learning their 3-year-old son has been diagnosed with cancer.
Stephen Colbert, the only late night host on the air last night, didn't know what to make of Donald Trump's unexpected numbers just like many Americans during his live broadcast.
On last night's election special, Stephen Colbert gave his cartoon Donald Trump a fitting animated origin story titled 'Trump Begins: The Dawn Of The Donald'.
David Blaine returns with an ABC special this month titled 'Beyond Magic' and he won't be performing alone.
Jennifer Aniston opens up in an interview in the latest issue of Marie Claire magazine.
Angelina Jolie Pitt will continue to have sole custody of her six children with Brad Pitt according to a custody agreement.
'Apprentice' contestant Jennifer Murphy has joined the women who claim that Donald Trump forced himself on them.
'Sherlock' and 'Doctor Strange' star Benedict Cumberbatch reads James Corden a special story about the tale of the 2016 election, pitting Hillary Clinton against Donald Trump.
With the Donald Trump's staffers taking away the GOP candidate's ability to tweet during the final days of the campaign, Stephen Colbert imagines Cartoon Donald Trump's reaction with a look inside Trump Tower.
James Corden and his 'Late Late Show' staffers respond to the Mannequin Challenge, the latest viral trend, in a big way.
Robert Downey Jr, Scarlett Johansson, Keegan-Michael Key, James Franco, Julianne Moore, Martin Sheen, and Neil Patrick Harris are urging you to vote with election day finally upon us.
Tony Award-winning Daveed Diggs and The Roots' Black Thought rap about voting in the 2016 presidential election.
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