Next up: A trip to space, the end of Boardwalk Empire, the coolest president, Penny Dreadful's delighful craziness, and more.
This could be the talented actor's long-overdue big break.
We still don't know who is who.
Break out your boomsticks, because Ash is back.
In a new interview, the creator of The West Wing has announced his intent to break up with the medium for good.
Ladies and gentlemen, meet university consultant Francesca "Frankie" Dart and retired scientist Elroy Patashnik.
NBC is moving beyond mere "holiday Broadway musical events" when it comes to live TV.
Orphan Black won't be back for a few more months, but the first promo for Season 3 already has us counting the days until it returns.
Also: Hannah lives in Iowa now, and it seems Marnie has taken up knitting.
Cullen Bohannon will wrap up his story in 14 episodes split between 2015 and 2016.
Ioan Gruffudd's immortal mystery solver will stick around until the spring, but Karen Gillan and John Cho didn't get enough likes.
The company has acquired the rights to the best-selling children's books with the intention of adapting them for television.
I hope you've stocked up on vino, because the Cul-de-Sac Crew's farewell tour is about to begin.
Jeff Foxworthy will be back to embarrass adults by test their knowledge of elementary-level math, geography, and social studies.