Celebrity birthdays for the week of Oct. 27-Nov. 2
Betty White straddled a swinging wrecking ball in a Miley Cyrus spoof to advertise her show -- and her humor -- which will now be airing on Lifetime.
Henry Louis Gates explores 500 years of African American history in a landmark PBS series
Julie Andrews, Tina Fey salute trailblazing comedian Carol Burnett with top US humor prize
TV's 'The Walking Dead' inspires Atlanta's newest convention, a podcast and a one-man show
Chris Noth of 'Sex and the City' appears with cellos in Carnegie Hall show in NYC
Politicians offer their opinions on rocky rollout of Obama's health care law
John F. Kennedy changed TV _ in life and especially in coverage of assassination 50 years ago
Diahann Carroll: Quick-witted honoree at House of Flowers dinner
Cartoon studio founder Lou Scheimer dies at 84
Shutdown helps cable news networks, and gives new experience to reporters
'House of Cards,' Matt Damon, Hayden Panetierre among Environmental Media Award winners
Tangled Web: Internet-based opera "Two Boys" by Nico Muhly to open at Met on Monday
Fusion, ABC and Univision's love child, targets Latino millennials and their hipster BFFs
Review: Watching baseball online is easy, but finding football games can be tough, pricey
Fox gives post-Super Bowl spot to newcomer 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' and orders more episodes
NBC cancels 2 low-rated new series, Blair Underwood's 'Ironside' and 'Welcome to the Family'
As Agent Coulson, Clark Gregg marvels with both action and humor on 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'
Cheney had heart device partially disabled to prevent a terrorist from sending a fatal shock