An upcoming tripartite tryst on Gossip Girl has a parents' group in a tizzy. We think they might be overreacting.
Two dopey boys got kicked to the curb last night, in fairly satisfying manners.
Plus: Two awesome Oscar hosts, James Franco casting news, and new action series from Fox.
Last night's teen drama was all about politics, both as usual and unusual. Hookers and fake drownings abounded.
Plus: Any news about Jim Belushi is bad news, Kirstie Alley sinks to a new low, and Kathy Griffin wants to see celebrities dance.
One of my favorite shows on the air is lagging a bit in its fourth season. Hopefully the back half of episodes will pick up.
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TV.com staff writers Stefanie Lee and Richard Lawson discuss "The Grown-Ups", the Kennedy-killing penultimate episode of Mad Men's third season.
Plus: Casting news from 24 and Law & Order, good news for Dave Letterman, and a promising new comedy looks for a US network.
A trip to the Netherlands proved disastrous for two teams while the race winnowed down to the final five.
A more-than-inevitable elimination means we're getting closer and closer to the finale. Meh?
With Foa Foa dwindling to four and a merge imminent, master plans ought to start emerging.
Plus: Fox renews another cartoon, sad news for the Oscars, and good news for Nick Swardson fans.
On last night's Top Chef a famous actress had some strict demands and a longtime annoyance was sent packing.
Plus: The return of Scrubs, good news for Desperate Housewives fans, and a magical new series.
Is the Sequined Screecher's new album cover ridiculous, or ridiculously awesome?