Who cares about a billionaire with toys and a man in tights when you have a meth king versus a criminal mastermind?
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.
Now that True Blood has ended disappointment, we thought now might be a good time to explore the worst of the worst.
Want to reminisce over the most iconic TV bowel mo(ve)ments off all time? Urine luck!
Plus: An impending Seinfeld reunion, Matthew McConaughey goes Inside the Actors Studio, and Jennifer Carpenter's got a new gig.
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 actress behind Dr. Lola Spratt reveals her five favorite TV shows.
The new HBO comedy starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus as a bumbling vice president is a hilarious look at the broken world of politics.
These young millionaires don't care if you like them, but you probably will.
Plus: The Challenge: Battle of the Exes and Hot in Cleveland.
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?
We've counted the votes from our great comedy format debate, and though we'd like to say that the votes were fairly split, they weren't, and the final tally wasn't much of a surprise.
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?
NBC's once-invincible Thursday comedy lineup is being challenged by a new kid on the comedy block: ABC's Comedy Wednesdays.
Plus: The Season 15 finale of South Park, and America's Next Top Model's reenacts the Olympic games.
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