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Nada Elhertani's fanaticism paid off! Her family won a car Wednesday on an episode of Family Feud that aired on FOX 50.
(CNN) -- Now that the Writers Guild of America (WGA) has reached a tentative agreement with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP), the trade association representing major Hollywood studios, all eyes have turned toward SAG-AFTRA, the union representing about 160,000 actors.
By Eva Rothenberg, CNN
The deal was struck around 10:20 p.m. and still needs to be voted upon by the rest of the writers guild.
The months long writers strike that's ground Hollywood to a halt may soon be over. Both sides are meeting again Thursday, one day after major studio heads came to the table for the first time Wednesday -- signaling a significant shift in the talks.
the Writers Guild of America is expected to resume talks with Hollywood studios Wednesday, more than four months after writers went on strike due to failed contract negotiations.
New York (CNN) -- "Monday Night Football" is back on ABC because of the ongoing strikes disrupting Hollywood.
By Jordan Valinsky, CNN Business
New York (CNN) -- Bill Maher has changed his mind and isn't bringing back his HBO talk show amid the ongoing writer's strike.
By Jordan Valinsky, CNN Business
(CNN) -- Disney and Charter Communications announced on Monday that the companies had struck a "transformative agreement" to end a closely watched carriage dispute, a move that will restore access to channels like ESPN and ABC to the nation's second largest cable television provider's nearly 15 million subscribers.
By Oliver Darcy, CNN
You can watch local news, your favorite shows, and live sports for free with an over-the-air (OTA) antenna.
Isaiah Lee and Matt Kalanz have taken different paths to the semifinals, but they work together to conquer the competition on American Ninja Warrior.
Two Holly Springs athletes are still in the competition for Season 15 of NBC's "American Ninja Warrior."
Rick Armstrong, WRAL photojournalist
North Carolina STEM Explorers is looking for middle schooler to host a new season of science TV.
The series finale of "Succession" drew 2.9 million viewers Sunday night, a viewership high for the decorated HBO drama, the network said Tuesday.
John Koblin, New York Times
From sports to documentaries, from Duplin County to the Vatican, Jay Jennings long career at WRAL is coming to an end.
A comedy writer is auctioning his collection of classic TV sets. Bid on Johnny Carson's desk, Captain Kirk's shirt and more.
A year after leaving the WRAL News anchor desk, David Crabtree is one of six people being inducted Friday into the NC Media & Journalism Hall of Fame.
Debra Morgan, WRAL anchor/reporter
In her 1969 book "On Death and Dying," psychiatrist Elisabeth Kübler-Ross described the five emotional stages of people at the end of life: Denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. Kübler-Ross' model has since been popularly applied to the grief process. The implication is that all of us who live, love and die are in this way the same.
James Poniewozik, New York Times
Who will succeed media mogul Logan Roy at Waystar Royco, the global entertainment juggernaut at the center of HBO's "Succession"?
Wilson Wong, New York Times
WTVA Chief Meteorologist Matt Laubhan prayed on-air as a tornado neared Amory, Mississippi on Friday night.
"M*A*S*H" ran for 11 seasons, even though the Korean War, during which the CBS series was set, lasted three years. When the show finally signed off 40 years ago -- with a special 2.5-hour episode titled "Goodbye, Farewell and Amen" -- it set a ratings record that will never be equaled, and indeed, has become virtually impossible in the fragmented media market that exists today.
By Brian Lowry, CNN
The animated sci-fi comedy "Rick and Morty" will recast its title roles after severing ties with Justin Roiland, a voice actor and the show's co-creator, who has a pretrial hearing in April for felony domestic abuse charges from 2020.
Maya Salam, New York Times
A Duke neurosurgeon now splits his time between a real hospital and one on TV.
Rick Armstrong, WRAL enterprise multimedia journalist
Previously, the show's executive producer said that 'The Crown' would stop production for a respectable period of time in the event of the queen's death.