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.
Seven years after the HBO drama cut to plant, Chase has begrudgingly revealed the mobster's fate; here's why we shouldn't have.
Instead of spending Independence Day in the ER, try watching these totally addicting shows instead.
Want to reminisce over the most iconic TV bowel mo(ve)ments off all time? Urine luck!
Plus: J.K. Rowling is headed to HBO, Best Week Ever is dead again, the final two SNL hosts of the season, and Netflix orders its first Spanish-language series.
Plus: Justified's getting more Wynn Duffy, the British are invading Hulu, and Taye Diggs is visiting New Girl.
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.
Plus: Ray Donovan breaks Showtime records, NBC calls on a higher power, and Jayma Mays settles into CBS.
We chatted with the CSI creator about his new "digital thriller" Cybergeddon and his five favorite television shows.
The Sex and the City alum and star of The Good Wife shares his five favorite shows and teases his new miniseries, Titanic: Blood and Steel.
Plus: Michael Imperioli will play doctor with NBC, series following Braveheart's main man in development, and spend Saturday Night with Sofia Vergara.
Subscribers to Quickflix's internet movie- and TV-streaming service can shortly enjoy the thrill of the network's series, mini-series, documentaries, films, and stand-up comedy hurtling down the internet to their TVs, PS3s and PCs.
Plus: HBO moves forward with The Corrections, ABC Family sets its midseason return dates, and Lady Gaga will spend Thanksgiving at ABC.
Here's a brief rundown of the highlights and lowlights from Sunday's three-hour master class on how to be an unfunny awards show.
Plus: Modern Family adds an Arrested Development vet, Molly Shannon joins The Talk, and Steven Seagal may have killed a puppy.