And you better turn on your television, because she starts Jan. 13.
Clare Kramer gives you the best of television, streaming and film this year, to make life fun even after all those cute little cookies with the Hershey Kisses on top are gone.
‘Sing’ surprises with a solid No. 2 showing, giving ‘Rogue One’ its only true test for the box office crown.
But can the Star Wars film survive a full-force studio onslaught just in time for Christmas?
‘Medici: Masters of Florence’ starring Dustin Hoffman and ‘Game of Thrones’ star Richard Madden, comes to the United States on Dec. 9.
Justin Hayward-Young of the UK-based band The Vaccines hopped into a green 1977 VW Bus and performed his original song ‘Do You Wanna Man.’
Actress and writer Phoebe Waller-Bridge will bring to life the story of a security services operative going head-to-head with an assassin.
FX hasn’t set a premiere date yet, but the series has looked for influences from deep into Europe in order to bring ‘Taboo’ to life.
Don’t confuse this with the feature film starring ‘Doctor Who’s’ Matt Smith, which will be released in February.
You knew he was coming, but director David Yates now shares what character the Oscar-nominated actor will play.
Tommy Steele could’ve been the next Doctor after William Hartnell, instead of ‘cosmic hobo’ Patrick Troughton.
The Media Action Network for Asian Americans is blasting ‘Doctor Strange’ for its casting of British actress Tilda Swinton to play The Ancient One.
‘The Return of Doctor Mysterio,’ starts the mystery right in its name – when did we see Doctor Mysterio before to justify this ‘return’?
Joss Whedon has not rushed to sit back in the director’s chair again, despite earning nearly $3 billion in box office from just two films.
Charles Dance appears to be enjoying life after the Emmy-winning series, even though he doesn’t think about the show much, and hasn’t even read the books.