THE PANEL KICKED OFF BY SCREENING PART OF THE NEXT RETURN OF THE JEDI SPOOF, IT'S A TRAP!.
The panel kicked off by screening part of the next Return Of The Jedi spoof, It's A Trap!.
LOOK AROUND YOU
Things were decidedly casual with the panel featuring only Look Around You stars/creators Peter Serafinowicz and Robert Popper.
Bruce Campbell threw money, we learned what happened to Fiona's Irish accent, and there's gonna be a Burn Notice prequel movie!
This year at Comic-Con, avoid the predictable costumes (read: anything related to True Blood) and go with one of these off-kilter TV-themed suggestions.
WHO WANTS CAKE?
A recent staff birthday got us thinking about how birthdays are portrayed on TV. Here are some of our favorite birthday-themed episodes, complete with presents. Presents!
Here's what Louis C.K.'s autobiographical series—which mixes stand-up with short, sketch-like segments—is doing oh so right.
If the show must go on, here are some potential heirs to the Michael Scott throne.
GOOD NEWS, EVERYONE!
While it's a little bit tamer, the return of Futurama still packed a punch.
Breaking Bad is in the business of playing to your expectations for a while, then promptly shattering them.
The new I Am Comic, premiering tonight on Showtime, puts the fascinating life of a stand-up comic on full display.
FUNNY ON THE FLY
Curb, which makes its off-network premiere tonight on TV Guide, is largely improvised and has still managed to keep a consistent sense of humor.
The annual onset of reality TV overload notwithstanding, the upcoming summer season boasts plenty of shows that are legitimately worth getting excited about. Here's a worthy slate of promising small-screen send-ups.
TWISTS OF FAITH
Steve Heisler used to be one of those types of Lost fans, the ones who talk about it incessantly and scour the internet for clues. Then he watched the show's answer-free series finale... and enjoyed it.
The Good Guys is simply a good time, with a little action, a little comedy, some good acting, and more than a few gratuitous mustache scenes.
Modern Family's greatest strength is that doesn't try to be something it's not. It is what it is, and as evidenced by its stellar first season, that's all it needs to be.