Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, the American face of science, has a new talk show - or rather, he has an old talk show moving from the Internet to television. It's called "StarTalk," a science-and-comedy rap session he has hosted since 2009, mainly as an audio podcast but also on video via the Nerdist network, which now becomes a weekly late-night offering of National Geographic Channel.
Vice News won two Peabody Awards, including one for reporter Medyan Dairieh's report on Islamic state fighters, with CNN, NPR and New York public radio station WNYC also winning twice in the annual honors for electronic media.
PASADENA, Calif. - Actress Helen McCrory grew up in the most exotic corners of the world. She credits that for two afflictions in her life: wanderlust and a love of acting. "I became very quickly aware that there was no such thing as normal, and there was no such thing as how people would behave in a situation," she says.
DON'T MISS: "The Americans" - The Cold War-era spy drama closes out an electrifying third season with a finale that finds Elizabeth Jennings (Keri Russell) and daughter Paige (Holly Taylor) in treacherous territory. We have no idea where that might be, but our guess is Walmart on a Black Friday. 10 p.m. Wednesday, FX.
From the stage where he's entertained millions of Latinos with his booming voice and clownish persona, Mario Kreutzberger - better known far and wide as Don Francisco - made his first comments about the decision to end "Sabado Gigante" after 53 years.
Dana Perino, President George W. Bush's spokeswoman at the end of his presidency, is out with a book that is part memoir, part career advice. Perino is the only Republican woman ever to serve as White House press secretary and is now a co-cost of "The Five" on Fox News Channel.