To celebrate today's number-iffic date, we've compiled a list of our favorite digits in television.
Plus: Glee ditches Lauren Zizes, Comedy Central adds more names to Charlie Sheen's roast roster, and ABC gives Chris Harrison more work.
What to watch on Thursday, May 19.
Everybody's favourite barrel-chested starship commander and "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" interpreter, William Shatner, has announced the list of guest artists and songs for his new album, Searching for Major Tom.
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.
Plus: Omarosa is returning to TV, Glee will cover Coldplay, and NCIS reaches a deal with one of its stars.
No one can deny the immense effect that Star Trek has had on the worlds of science fiction, television, and popular culture. Another thing one can deny: The popular show was slightly cheesy. Creator Gene Roddenberry continued to pursue television in the 1970s, and the results were every bit as ridiculous as you'd expect.
While television is generally considered a major cause of brain rot, there's still at least one show out there that's trying to help minds grow: Sesame Street. And what better way to do that than by spoofing other television shows? After seeing the show's recent Mad Men parody, we're counting off 10 of our favorites, in no particular order.
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