The cast of AMC's signature drama vaguely discussed the upcoming season, shed some light on their characters, and weighed in on the importance of Bob Benson.
Everybody's still in that damn airport in the latest trailer for Season 7.
Let's overanalyze them together!
What does it all mean?
The network has also renewed Talking Dead for Season 5.
This year's celebration takes place from March 13 through March 28.
Plus: An update on the Friday Night Lights movie, Game of Thrones is getting interactive, and Sarah Palin.
That's a fancy way of saying it's been canceled.
It seems like everyone wants a spin-off these days. Here are some we might actually like to see.
The CW toned down a self-pleasure scene in Reign's series premiere; here's a list of shows that weren't too scared to, uh, finish.
The last installment of our "who we want to see win an Emmy series" series has arrived.
Will the network's decision help or hurt the critically acclaimed series?
Plus: Mindy's getting more love on The Mindy Project, Futurama will finally be validated, and Josh Groban is guest-starring on The Crazy Ones.
We've engineered a bracket-style race featuring the 16 best pilots of the last decade-and-a-half, as chosen by your trusty TV.com editors. Now it's up to you to crown a winner.
It's really, really, really difficult for women to land nominations for writing and directing Emmys, in either comedy or drama. In fact, it's safe to say that the Emmys have almost entirely failed to recognize female writers and directors over the last three decades.
Will the love for Homeland continue after a disappointing second season? Can high-profile new shows like House of Cards, The Americans, and The Newsroom break into already-jam-packed races?
Plus: Discovery's latest stunt pays off in ratings, Paul Giamatti is headed to the Abbey, and a TV legend passes.
Mercy is meant to be given freely, but not necessarily easily, as Don and the gang have begun to realize, and depending on where you stand, conflicting motivations can make mercy appear to be something different altogether.
We can better understand the Emmy nominations and eventual winners by looking at the nominations ballots, which the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences releases publicly. At the very least, they can be good for a laugh.