THE WEEKEND PICKS
What to watch on Friday, May 6 through Sunday, May 8.
EVERYONE LOVES LISTS
Almost every show has a star, but which shows feature scene-stealers in just about every scene? We name our 10 favorites.
What to watch on Friday, April 29 through Sunday, May 1.
What to watch Friday, April 22 through Sunday, April 24.
THIS WEEKEND'S PICKS
What to watch from Friday, April 15 through Sunday, April 17.
Plus: Charlie Sheen and WBTV have different opinions of him, One Tree Hill rumors are addressed, and Foot Network stuffs itself.
Is your favorite show returning next year? Did that stinker finally get canceled? We're keeping track of all the shows right here.
Plus: A True Blood vamp heads to FX's secret project, Jersey Shore hits another snag, and Jay Mohr drinks Tiger Blood with Intent.
Plus: Eastbound and Down could end next year, Matt Saracen lands a back-up role in case Off the Map fails, Lost's Man in Black will fight zombies, and The Cape signs off tonight.
THE GOLDEN LASSO OF HARSH TRUTH
One of TV's most promising actresses is making the wrong choice by playing NBC's Wonder Woman, but it isn't her fault.
Plus: Everyone everywhere watched Super Bowl XLV, and Debra Messing, Krysten Ritter, and Connie Britton are all eyeing new shows.
WHAT TO WATCH RIGHT NOW
Here's what everyone will be watching today.
GOOD NEWS BRIEFS, EVERYONE!
Plus: Friday Night Lights gets an NBC premiere date, some news for Vampire Diaries fans, and Beavis is back!
Plus: Charlie's Angels picks up two more beauties, Hulu is finding a new way to screw you, and Lifetime jumps on the royal bandwagon.
FROM QB1 TO DR. DREAMBOAT
The Off the Map star discusses MacGyvering medicine in the tropics and Matt Saracen's return to Friday Night Lights.
Plus: Damian Lewis returns to TV, your remote control might be getting a new button, and Simon Cowell enters the soft drink wars.
THE FINAL COUNTDOWN
Here at TV.com, we take our year-end list-making very seriously. After 365 days of watching TV, here's what we loved the most in 2010. (Vol. 10)
We each managed to whittle down all our favorite shows to a list of just five; did any of your favorites make the list?
Plus: Work of Art gets a second season, True Blood picks up a Dexter actor, and Castle adds two more episodes.
The TV.com staff recalls the episodes make them go all weepy-eyed. Bring a hanky, we'll be your shoulder to cry on!