Lights, Camera, Flashback: See 2014's Top Entertainment Stories
It was a big year in entertainment news, so we went In the FOXlight with Michael Tammero to get his picks for the top stories of 2014.
Check them out below, plus, let us know what you think was the top entertainment story of 2014 in the comments!
Jimmy Fallon Takes Over 'The Tonight Show'
Jimmy Fallon took over the famed "Tonight Show" desk back in February.
He reinvented the late-night format and was just crowned Entertainment Weekly's "entertainer of the year."
Banking on Superheroes
Comic heroes continued to provide studios and networks with ratings and bankable content this year.
Marvel’s “Guardians of the Galaxy” took in a whopping $332.2 million domestically at the box office.
Banner Year for Broadway
Broadway is booming, with the Great White Way pulling in more than $1.2 billion, up from 2013.
Garth Brooks Is Back
The country legend is back!
After 13 years, Garth Brook is burning up the charts with a new album, and his tour dates are set.
Remembering Those We've Lost
This year was a tragic one for Hollywood.
We lost greats like Robin Williams, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and Joan Rivers, whose interview with Tammero was one of her last.