Turner Sports will continue broadcasting Major League Baseball after agreeing to an extension of rights through the 2028 season.
Chicago Bears Hall of Fame running back Gale Sayers has died.
NFL players of different colors didn’t share hotel rooms on the road when the Chicago Bears put Gale Sayers and Brian Piccolo together in 1967.
Pro Football Hall of Fame running back Gale Sayers died Wednesday at age 77.
Something was missing in last week’s list of the 20 most-watched television programs in prime time, something that would have once seemed inconceivable.
The newest show just off the Las Vegas Strip at the corner of Al Davis Way and Dean Martin Drive was an instant hit.
The novelty of seeing stars getting Emmy Awards delivered to their homes wasn’t enough to keep that annual show from slipping further in popularity.
Ellen DeGeneres used her opening monologue of the new season of her daytime talk show to address allegations of a toxic work environment, apologizing for things “that never should have happened.”.
Jennifer Aniston missed out on an Emmy but was an award-worthy first responder when a stunt got overheated.
Politics has been more than a little shouty of late.
Host Jimmy Kimmel called them the “Pandemmys,” and wondered aloud why they should even be happening at a time like this.
“Schitt’s Creek” has capped a huge night at the Emmy Awards — completing a historic sweep of the show’s comedy categories.
Zendaya is euphoric about the Emmys.
Regina King and Uzo Aduba used the come-as-you-are fashion edict for Sunday’s virtual Emmy Awards to highlight the national struggle for social justice.
Canada’s “Schitt’s Creek” swept the comedy categories at Sunday’s Emmy Awards.
“Succession” has taken its turn at the top.
In a virtual Emmys version of the wrong-winner Oscars gaffe, Ron Cephas Jones’ guest actor award for “This Is Us” was announced for another nominee.
Every Emmy Award handed out Sunday will come with something extra — a $100,000 donation to fight child hunger.
Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields says he felt distraught watching college football on TV last weekend.
An Atlanta Falcons rookie who played college football for South Carolina has paid a big chunk of the veterinary bill for a South Carolina TV sports director’s rescue dog.