And some she probably shouldn’t.
The “Mad Men” team is one big happy family again. Now they can go back to telling stories about a bunch of really unhappy ones.
If history has taught us anything, it’s that vanity cartoons based on the lives of real people just don’t work. Need proof? Here’s an ass-load of it.
MTV has saved a handful of awkward young male actors from a career of having to do American Pie spin-off films.
NBC might stand for “No Boob Censorship.”
Rule 4: Expand the franchise to television.
I got my ass kicked in this year’s Peabody Awards pool.
English actress Joanne Whalley isn’t new to Hollywood.
Be extra nice to all old people you see in public, because you might be on an NBC prank show.
He’s guest starring on “Drew Carey’s Improv-A-Ganza,” where he’ll also probably call Colin Mochrie a pussy.
Suit up, grab your weapons and check yourself for breast cancer. “Archer” officially got picked up for a third season.
The doctor is no longer “in.”
Remember when I was all, “It would be so obnoxious if Arnold Schwarzenegger became self-aware and campy?” I was right.
Earlier today, Judge Judy decided to pull a “Jackie Chan” by taking over the Internet, but at the same time, refusing to die.
The show’s executive producer takes us behind the investigation into Rosie Larsen’s murder.
Mark your calendars, freaks. The gang’s back!
Dutch actress Lotte Verbeek is a recognized talent among her compatriots, though her name hasn’t quite made headlines stateside yet. That’s likely to change the moment that viewers of the upcoming Showtime series “The Borgias” get a look at her.
Surprisingly, she looks like a dork in that thing.
Fallon and Lorne’s wives must be watching at home.
Bad news Michael J. Fox fans: the trailer is ‘Teen Wolf’ meets ‘Twilight’.
In perhaps the greatest moment of his short life, a young “Community” fan requests that Donald Glover perform the show’s “La Biblioteca” rap with him, and Glover agrees.
“Mad Men’s” fifth season has been pushed back all the way to early 2012. Here are some things that will probably go down before the show returns.
‘Justified’ is getting a third season.
Holliday Grainger has a thing for period pieces. That might be a bit of an assumption, but considering her last two major gigs have involved costumes from another century, it can’t be too far-fetched an observation.
Has a whole mess of potential which, if adapted correctly, could make it something unique and worth coming back to.
Stop freaking out, hipsters.
And creator Matthew Weiner’s all like, “Whaaaaaaaaaaaat?!?!?!?!?!?!?!”
Sorkin’s new HBO pilot, which will take us behind-the-scenes (the man loves going behind scenes) at a cable news show, will be directed by Mottola (‘Paul’).
In honor of their recent Broadway success, I’ve compiled my 11 favorite Parker/Stone songs. If you don’t like my list, go f#ck your uncle.
It’s trying so hard it’s sad.