The only mystery is how this got made, right guys?
Boardwalk Empire is back with a shortened final season, a big time jump, and a whole lotta Nucky.
This week, the Doctor and Clara met the legendary Robin Hood, and Clara fangirled like a Whovian at Comic-Con. Seems pretty straightforward to me!
Liz Brixius has departed the NBC comedy four episodes into filming.
This was a very effective episode that vividly illustrated how alienated Claire feels, as a woman, as a time traveller, and perhaps most of all as an English person in an (understandably) hostile land.
"Bear Man" featured some cool parts, sure, but as a whole it was a tad lopsided for my Hellish tastes.
This week: Bachelor in Paradise has more fun with editing, Lifetime's Saved by the Bell ruined everything, and no Hodor?!?
It's baaaaack! Come play the game where the winners pick the losers of the new fall TV season!
Not technically a spin-off, the new project will be set in a different location and feature an entirely new cast of characters.
"I just don't know if my marriage can survive this," Meredith wonders out loud.
The other two clips feature an equally nightmare-inducing grinning gentleman and a dude with a penchant for swallowing swords.
The O.C. alum and Covert Affairs star will play Benson's new boss.
Who would you cast to play the Kryptonian?
Two Black Cadillacs tells the tale of a man whose wife and mistress find out about each other and join forces in a plot to kill the lowdown cheatin' scum.
Plus: The Knick! Outlander! Doctor Who! A Schoolhouse Rock special! The Strain! And more!
n honor of Rivers' over-the-top personality, we've assembled an album of her craziest looks and accessorized them with some of her signature one-liners.