- 'Roots' is most-watched cable miniseries premiere in 3 years
NEW YORK (AP) — Nielsen says 5.3 million viewers watched the multi-network debut of "Roots" on Memorial Day, making it the most-watched scripted miniseries premiere on cable television since 2013 when "Bonnie & Clyde" aired on A+E.
- 'Shield' actor convicted of murder in killing of wife
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A jury on Tuesday convicted an actor who played a police officer on TV of second-degree murder in the shooting death of his wife that was partially witnessed by their two young sons.
- SiriusXM suspends Glenn Beck over Trump comments on show
NEW YORK (AP) — Conservative host Glenn Beck has been suspended by SiriusXM satellite radio for agreeing with an author who asked hypothetically "what patriot will step up" to remove Republican Donald Trump from office if he's elected president and oversteps his authority.
- Lin-Manuel Miranda, Emily Blunt board 'Mary Poppins' sequel
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Move over, Julie Andrews, there's a new Mary Poppins in town.
- Couric takes blame for 'misleading' pause in gun documentary
WASHINGTON (AP) — Katie Couric has reversed course and taken responsibility for an edit that misrepresents the response of gun rights activists to a question she poses in a new documentary.
- Gina Rodriguez makes teen's prom dress dream come true
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Talk about finding the best prom dress ever.
- Lawyers say Johnny Depp's wife gave statement to police
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Johnny Depp's estranged wife has given Los Angeles police a statement to support her account of an alleged domestic violence incident involving the actor, her lawyers said Tuesday.
- Box office top 20: 'X-Men' lags and 'Alice' flops
NEW YORK (AP) — Memorial Day weekend, long a flagship launching pad in Hollywood's summer, went bust at the box office, as a pair of poorly reviewed sequels disappointed.
- Judge who refused to toss Cosby's criminal case will stay on
NORRISTOWN, Pa. (AP) — A suburban Philadelphia judge who refused to throw out Bill Cosby's criminal case after his arrest will keep the case through trial.
- Plea deal done in Las Vegas for 'Pawn Stars' star Chumlee
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A star of the reality TV show "Pawn Stars" sealed a plea deal and will avoid jail time if he completes three years' probation following the discovery of guns, marijuana and other drugs at his Las Vegas home, officials said.