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The extraordinary three-year deal would carry TV's most-watched sitcom through the 2016-2017 season, the series' 10th on the air.
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Mahoney, 73, has done some TV roles since "Frasier" ended in 2004 - like playing Betty White's boyfriend on "Hot in Cleveland" - but he said the theater is home.
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The Midwest and the Eastern Seaboard are bracing for another blast of below-normal temperatures and heavy snowfall after a few days of temperatures slightly above normal for this time of year.
Lance Gross, an Oakland-raised actor, is on the phone from what he calls the "polar vortex" of Chicago, where he just finished shooting a scene for the new turbocharged NBC drama "Crisis."
Kid television actor turned go-to comic straight man Jason Bateman makes a - shall we say surprising? - feature-directing debut with "Bad Words."
The president urged young people to sign up for the new health care plan through an appearance posted Tuesday on the comic website Funny or Die, bypassing the news media and even previous favorites like TV talk-show titans Jimmy Fallon and David Letterman.
As far as prime-time television goes, police precincts haven't historically been a friendly place to be gay or lesbian.
Actor and comedian Zach Galifianakis, who hosts "Between Two Ferns" and interviewed Obama on an episode that posted Tuesday.
Al Sharpton and the National Action Network led a march Monday from the Tallahassee Leon Country Civic Center to the State Capitol to address 'stand your ground' laws.
An influx of money and resources is transforming an Oxfordshire science centre into a hub of space research Matt Oliver reports from Harwell And now its space industry, currently centred around the Harwell Oxford Science and Innovation Campus, near Didcot, is starting to take off.
Jennifer Beals is returning to television to star in a new supernatural medical drama produced by Kyra Sedgwick.
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Jason Manford returns to The Anvil with First World Problems on Saturday, May 24. A wealth of comedy anecdotes, comic misunderstandings and audience banter delivered with Jason's trademark likeable charm and teasingly intelligent wit.
More than 15,000 lesbians from across the world will trek to Palm Springs, California from April 2-6 for Club Skirts Dinah Shore, the original party weekend celebrating its 24th anniversary.
The show fictionalizes the exploits of real-life comedy folk duo Kate Micucci and Riki Lindhome, who perform under the name Garfunkel and Oates.
MacRae played the iconic character on a Honeymooners segment that ran from 1966 to 1970 on "The Jackie Gleason Show."