(RE-)VISITING HOURS HAVE BEGUN
Aaaand we're in college! Season 3 of Veronica Mars introduced some changes, but overall it was still just the same show we fell in love with.
WELL HELLO THERE, SEAN GUNN!
"No One Takes Khaleesi's Dragons" was kind of about new character Bash and his painstakingly slow approach to coffee, but it was really more about relationships, particularly new ones.
DANCE SHOW REVOLUTION
The banter. The sharp female characters. The quirky small town. The Kelly Bishop. Amy Sherman-Palladino's new series is not another Gilmore Girls, but it has just the right feel to it.
SMALL-TOWN DANCING DRAMA
The new ABC Family series from Gilmore Girls creator Amy Sherman-Palladino premieres June 11, but we've got a way for you to watch it right now.
DO AS THEY SAY, NOT AS THEY DO
Not all television heroes practice what they supposedly preach, and some fall so far off the wagon they become hypocrites.
Plus: Face Off makes up a third season, the creator of Gilmore Girls sells a pilot, and Stephen Lang is In Plain Sight.
DID YOU NOTICE THAT IT'S CHRISTMAS? NO? WELL, THIS WEEKEND'S TV SCHEDULING WILL CERTAINLY LET YOU KNOW. HERE'S THE BEST OF THE CHRISTMAS-THEMED SHOWS ON THIS WEEKEND!
Our guide on what Christmas-themed programs to watch on Aussie TV during the Christmas weekend.
Plus: NBC is putting together Frankenstein, Chuck casts Lost and Smallville vets, and Gilmore Girls creator has a new project.
SAFE FOR WORK
Also, President Bush thinks President Obama is a good dancer. Here's where everyone will be clicking today.
SAFE FOR WORK
Also, Jon Stewart's rally isn't going to be political. Here's where everyone will be clicking today.
KIDS OF WISHFUL THINKING
With two of TV's best parents recently passing away, we pick the television moms and dads that we'd love to be babied by.
In honor of Gilmore Girls’ tenth anniversary today, let’s see where some of the actors are now.
SAFE FOR WORK
Also, Jane Lynch's SNL promos! Here's where everyone will be clicking today.
(SELF-) REFERENCE MANUAL
One of the more entertaining subsets of the world of meta-humor is what we can only really describe as actor-inspired self-reference—basically, when TV shows make jokes that are rooted in their actors' previous work.
Scott Patterson has come a long way since Gilmore Girls. We spoke to the actor about his new role on NBC's The Event and how the show is kinda like Led Zeppelin.
Catch up on Parenthood before Tuesday's Season 2 premiere.
We spoke to this hilarious duo about their new show—which premieres Monday, September 20 at 9:30 p.m. on CBS—and tried to keep from laughing too hard.
STERLING COOPER DRAPER PRYCE
How much did I love Sunday’s episode of Mad Men, “Waldorf Stories”? Let me count down the ways.
There's no way around it: Summer is wedding season. In honor of these marital months, we've rounded up our favorite TV weddings in a two-part list.
In honor of Mother's Day (it's this Sunday, people!), an appreciative list of our favorite television grannies.