If you've got nothing on your TV-viewing plate this holiday weekend, come on over to the TV.com table because there's something for everyone.
NBC has officially ditched its long-running Must-See TV lineup, but that doesn't mean we can't celebrate the great shows it produced.
Plus: USA orders a lawyer reality show, Fox orders a celebrity diving show, and Veep adds one annoying boss.
Last week we wrote about a group of NYC musicians and their TV theme song trivia video. We now have their official set list. Were your guesses on the mark?
One format is classic, the other is relatively new. One features manufactured laughs, the other does not. But does the way comedy is presented really matter in the end?
The TV.com overlords have given us the day off to hang out with our families and stuff our faces, but here are three Thanksgiving-themed TV clips to get you in the feasting mood.
We caught up with the beloved Cheers actor for a chat about his well-deserved career renaissance.
Plus: Charlie's Angels is in big trouble, Lando's going to Man Up, and ABC is hosting a Cheers reunion.
The new star of CSI is... Ted Danson? We use the opportunity to grade former Cheers cast members on their potential as crime scene investigators.
It happens. Contracts end, actors move on, people die, or maybe it's just time for a change. No matter what cause, in the course of producing popular TV shows, it sometimes becomes necessary to replace beloved characters with new talent. Executing a character transfusion is a delicate procedure, but when it works, replacement characters can give old shows new vitality. It's not that the originals were bad; it's just that the replacements are sometimes even better.