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Arie Luyendyk Jr. is looking back on his "incredible and life-changing year" with fiancée Lauren Burnham — and all the excitement that's to come in 2019.
The "Sister, Sister" alum honored her niece, Alaina Housley, who was killed in the deadly November shooting at a country bar in Thousand Oaks, California.
If "Home Alone" were filmed today, here's what the house might look like. Plus, see modern home decor updates to "The Nutcracker," "The Holiday" and more.
Andrea Barber opened up about her favorite Kimmy Gibbler moments from the original "Full House" in an interview with TODAY.
The new teaser offers the first glimpse at next year's movie version of the Emmy-winning series.
"Fuller House" star Jodie Sweetin reveals what's in store for Stephanie Tanner after Kimmy Gibbler becomes her surrogate on season four.
"Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" stars Rachel Brosnahan and Alex Borstein talked to Savannah Guthrie for her new series, Six-Minute Marathon, and their answers were hilariously different.
Shelton talked to TODAY's Natalie Morales about his relationship and new Hallmark movie he co-executive produced with his mom.
These'll keep you rockin' around the Christmas tree, Festivus pole or Hanukkah bush!
Patricia Heaton shares why she loves her short stature and the difference between her life on camera and behind the scenes.
Way to hit it out of the park!
The actor has finally opened up about his relationship with Katherine Schwarzenegger, and he's even giving his fans and followers a peek into their romance.
Get under the mistletoe and pucker up!
Melissa Joan Hart shared her memories of filming the 1999 teen movie "Drive Me Crazy" with TODAY, in honor of its upcoming 20th anniversary.
Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards made a reputation for himself over the decades as a hard-living classic rock 'n' roller, but he's dialing it back now.
In the first joint interview since their split, the house flippers share their thoughts about continuing to work together on-screen.
TODAY's Craig Melvin paid a visit to "Sesame Street" to meet with Lily, a Muppet whose family story sheds light on the millions of children who experience homelessness.
Those cue cards would have made for an awkward Christmas Eve.
The singer did not hold back in defending husband Carey Hart.
What would you do if Oprah responded to your tweet?
Jeffrey Scaperrotta (Matt) and Hallee Hirsh (Annabelle), who played the children of Hanks' character's father and grandfather, respectively, recently opened up about their experiences filming "You've Got Mail" in an interview with TODAY.