The “All Star Duets and Solos” episodes are scheduled Sunday, April 4 and Monday, April 5. Rector is expected to be a guest in one of the episodes.
'Saved By The Bell' actor Mark-Paul Gosselaar "cringed" when he watched himself dressed in a stereotypical Native American outfit during a controversial episode of the classic sitcom.
“Soul of a Nation: Tulsa’s Buried Truth” will debut Tuesday, April 6.
From "Meredith Palmer Day" on "The Office" to green beef on "Bob's Burgers," here are a few of the best St. Patrick's Day-themed episodes from some of your favorite shows.
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Filmed in October, the episodes will be shown Jan. 4-8. A special tribute to Alex Trebek will cap the Jan. 8 episode.
Cardi B has promised fans they won't have much longer to wait for new music from the superstar rapper.
Bailey Rae is a recent Rock Creek High School graduate from Roberta. She traveled to Los Angeles two weeks ago to prepare for "live" competition on "The Voice," but had to keep her fate a secret until a Nov. 23 episode of the NBC reality show aired.
Over the last 15 years, “The First 48” has followed thousands of homicide investigations in 27 cities across the country as detectives work to solve murders in the critical first 48 hours of a crime
Gary Sandy played radio station program director Andy Travis on the CBS sitcom "WKRP in Cincinnati." A "Turkeys Away" episode of the series has a Thanksgiving connection.
'Jeopardy!' executive producer Mike Richards paid tribute to late host Alex Trebek on Monday (09.11.20) and confirmed plans for his remaining episodes.
"It feels like the loss of one more thing to this depressing year. With a country divided, the Charlie Brown holidays specials always brought us together," says editorial writer Ginnie Graham.
Okay Public Schools teacher Travis Sloat took third-place honors Sunday evening on “America’s Funniest Home Videos” for a viral clip of one of…
Okay Public Schools teacher Travis Sloat took third-place honors Sunday evening on "America's Funniest Home Videos" for a viral clip of one of…
For as long as the 2020 Cowboys are playing football, a new episode of “Our Time: Oklahoma State Football” will be released on the ESPN+ streaming service.
Plus, catch new 'Supernanny' on Lifetime.
I am utterly confident that the fourth season of “Insecure” — which racked up eight Emmy nominations — is seriously its best yet.
ESPN+ debuted its documentary series “Our Time” on Aug. 12, which offers a behind-the-scenes look into Oklahoma State football.
The first episode titled “Testing 1, 2, 3” remained focused on two recent situations — OSU’s testing protocols surrounding COVID-19 and the social issues surrounding George Floyd’s death.
The Cherokee Nation has produced a pilot episode for a planned animated series that would be performed entirely in the Cherokee language, according to a press release from the tribe.