Plus: Patrick J. Wilson heads to Orphan Black, VH1 finds Happy Endings, and a new Justified teaser.
Plus: It's Always Sunny got off to a bright start on FXX, Defiance adds two to its cast, and a date for the next great HBO series.
The new show from the creator of Will & Grace debuted Monday on CBS. Was it any good? Answer: No.
Plus: NBC might also revive Cleopatra, Smash is hosting a Will & Grace reunion, and Miley Cyrus heads to Two and a Half Men.
The TV.com overlords have given us the day off to hang out with our families and stuff our faces, but here are three Thanksgiving-themed TV clips to get you in the feasting mood.
NBC's once-invincible Thursday comedy lineup is being challenged by a new kid on the comedy block: ABC's Comedy Wednesdays.
Our pick of the best shows on Aussie screens this week including The National IQ Test, the fall-out from Melissa's death in Packed to the Rafters, the welcome arrival of Conan on free-to-air, the return of Fringe, and more.
Our pick of the best shows on Aussie screens this week including the premieres of Beat the Star, Four Weddings and Junior MasterChef Australia, as well as the season two premiere of Party Down, the season final of Damages and more.
However, it is not as straightforward as it may sound. The cast will perform the live episode twice, for both the East and West coasts of the US.
In 1998, Will and Jack of NBC's hit comedy Will & Grace were some of the only gay people on TV -- and stereotypical ones at that. But their popularity helped pave the way for the more complex lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) roles we see on the small screen now. Even though the numbers are still small -- a recent study by the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) found that only 2.6 percent of the characters on primetime broadcast shows are LGBT -- TV is (finally!) getting gayer by the day. Here are our some of our LGBT favorites.
ABC's new show In the Motherhood stars fan favorite Megan Mullally, best known for her role in Will and Grace as the sassy, capricious Karen Walker. We talked to Megan about her new role, the highs and lows of motherhood (or just playing one on TV), and working with co-stars Horatio Sanz and Cheryl Hines. The bottom line: this show isn’t just for mothers.
In case you were wondering whether the Americanized version of the British comedy No Heroics was going to be any good or not, here's your first sign: Freddie Prinze Jr. has joined the cast. Feel free to draw your own conclusions.