HEY, THEY PREMIERED THE ENTIRE FIRST EPISODE! AND IT’S GOOD. CERTAINLY NOT GROUNDBREAKING—IT IS, AFTER ALL, A LOT LIKE THE INCREDIBLES—BUT DEFINITELY ENTERTAINING.
Hey, they premiered the entire first episode! And it’s good. Certainly not groundbreaking—it is, after all, a lot like The Incredibles—but definitely entertaining.
David Duchovny, Mary-Louise Parker, and Michael C. Hall, all in one room.
Plus: Robot Chicken is going to the Dark Side again, Fox and Showtime have started announcing premiere dates, and RoboCop is joining Dexter.
AND THE AWARDS MIGHT GO TO...
Modern Family, Mad Men also score, and voters finally recognize a Friday Night Lights pair.
OUR GUESS IS AS GOOD AS YOURS
Is this the year that Lost's Matthew Fox breaks through? And can anyone pry the Emmy from Mad Men's clutches?
WHILING AWAY YOUR LAST FEW HOURS AT WORK? THESE VIDEOS SHOULD HELP MAKE TIME FLY EXTRA FAST!
The best of this week's web to help the afternoon glide smoothly by.
Plus: Breaking Bad's long break, Jason Segel decides an end to his HIMYM run, and big names up for Law & Order: LA.
HAPPY FATHER'S DAY!
Father's Day is this Sunday, and some recognition is in order for TV's newest dads.
Plus: Amy Poehler has girl power, Kevin Spacey wants to play a cult leader, and Jerseylicious gets a second season.
SAFE FOR WORK
Here's where everyone will be clicking today.
The new Mad Men Barbies are just the start: Here are more great toy ideas from TV land
Plus: Warehouse 13 gets a return date, Dexter's Julie Benz lands a pilot, and the Gossip Girl spin-off fiasco comes to an end.
TV.com chatted with Heroes actor James Kyson Lee about his life before the sci-fi drama, his passion for music, and what's on his TiVo.
SHE'S NO UGLY BETTY
Watching the actress win top honors at Saturday's ceremony was the highlight of an otherwise same-old awards show.
Australian viewers will once again get the chance to watch the Golden Globe Awards live to air on Monday when they screen direct via satellite on FOX8.
Plus: House brings back a familiar face, Michael C. Hall beats a life-threatening illness, and TV will kill you.
NBC's ratings-deficient drama was the Internet's most plundered booty, according to a torrent-tracking site.
These 15 shows have already made their mark.