A New York street has been renamed to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the children's show. West 63rd Street between Central Park West and Broadway will now officially be known as Sesame Street.
A New York intersection has permanently been renamed Sesame Street to celebrate the children show's 50th anniversary.
West 63rd Street between Central Park West and Broadway will now officially be known as Sesame Street.
Could the world of Westeros also deliver a powerful environmental message to those of us far beyond the seven kingdoms?
The HBO eighth tv series begins in the US April 14 and each episode cost €13 million.
The Bulgarian Environment Ministry said in a statement Thursday that Bear Grylls could face a fine for "violations" during filming of his show in a national park.
Some 200km north of the Arctic Circle, a 400,000-kilo ice hotel awaits fans of the hit series.
CES draws together over 4,500 companies and 180,000 attendees from around the world for a celebration of technology and innovation.
Take a look at some of the best pictures from the 76th Golden Globes Awards.
Dutch islanders could be seen picking up flatscreen TVs, car parts, toys and furniture on the beach after 270 containers had fallen off the Panamanian-flagged MSC ZOE cargo ship, washing the goods onto the shores near the Dutch islands of Terschelling and Vlieland
You may not even know the feature is enabled, but Tom Cruise wants people watching his films at home to be aware of the "motion smoothing" setting on their televisions.
New series from Spain and Norway have been announced.
Stars of ‘Game of Thrones’ and its network have reacted to a tweet by US President Donald Trump in which he used imagery and language from the hit show to promote upcoming sanctions against Iran.
Facebook users respond in force to a Blackpool Post searching for robbery suspect with uncanny resemblance to Friends star David Schwimmer
The El Gouna Film Festival made its debut in the Middle East and North Africa region just last year, and for its second edition it stepped up the pace with 80 films from more than 30 different countries.
During the second edition of the El Gouna Film Festival in Egypt, Grey’s Anatomy star Patrick Dempsey and French director Jean-Jacques Annaud presented a preview of their new television miniseries ‘The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair’.
Award-winning Egyptian actress Yousra has more than 80 film and television credits to her name.
The second edition of the El Gouna Film Festival showcased local and regional films whilst also focusing on inspiring and educating young talent. Actor Owen Wilson was on the ground to share his experiences during a movie workshop.
Hollywood legend Sylvester Stallone was feted with the Career Achievement Award during the second edition of the El Gouna Film Festival.
Their slow television broadcasts have already included a 12-hour knitting marathon. Now fans of the 'world’s most-boring television format' are enjoying another treat: watching hikers walk up a mountain.
Attila Ellenbacher is a TV mechanic. The sets he repairs are donated by people who no longer need them. And, in turn, he donates them to retirement homes and other worthwhile causes, giving them a new lease of life, and bringing the joy of television to people who wouldn't otherwise have access.
How the Spanish left-wing party and other movements are using popular television shows to disrupt politics.
Hasan al-Ballam took to Instagram to apologise for any offence caused by the episode of comedy show Block Ghashmarah in which actors were “blacked-up” and portrayed Sudanese people to be lazy.
It's not the first time that particular show has been accused of using fake images.
Canal Plus ended up empty-handed in a crucial football broadcasting rights auction in France on Tuesday, beaten by Spain’s Mediapro, as prices jumped by close to 60 percent.
The US ABC network has cancelled its hit reboot of "Roseanne" following a racist tweet about former Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett,
Russian broadcaster RT faces three new investigations by the British media regulator Ofcom