Regis Philbin just broke your grandmother’s heart. The 7,000-year old host of “Live! With Regis And Kelly” announced on this morning’s broadcast that he will retire toward the end of the summer.
Conan O’Brien has made some kind of angry peace with Jay Leno, but Howard Stern recently Jaywalked all up in the Tonight Show host’s freakish chin.
Larry David is like a neurotic King Kong, and he’s coming to DESTROY the Big Apple… through loud complaints and hard-to-watch life decisions!
An affable TV comedy. It’s nothing new and not outrageous enough to be memorable, although it could get there.
If these promos don’t help HBO pull in the ratings, they have a pretty cool at the very least.
I wasn’t necessarily looking forward to another fake news show, but “The Onion News Network” is actually really funny. This is more of a satire about the social themes portrayed in news.
It’s a shame we don’t have a more established Canadian sitcom following here in the U.S. If we did, we probably would have a seen a lot more of Meaghan Rath before now.
The fourth season of Californication has started on Showtime, with Hank Moody going to trial for sleeping with a minor in the show’s very first episode. Duchovny spoiled some upcoming episodes for the Television Critics Association when asked for his favorite scene.
Everything about this pilot was lazy. They actually play “Hit the Road Jack” when Harriet gets fired from the patent office. Really?
On February 21, lock your pies up in the kitchen because Jason Biggs will be broadcast in your living room. CBS’s new sitcom “Mad Love” stars Biggs as a New York lawyer falling in love.
Sarah Michelle Gellar will be heading back to your television… twice. Granted, both roles are on the same show.
Bad things always happen when Pee-wee leaves the playhouse.
He just keeps staring at Abby Elliot. Staring and staring and staring. And she knows he’s staring.
The scientists have perfectly captured the frustration of Playstation Jeopardy!
Roger Ebert’s “At The Movies” redux doesn’t launch until next Friday, but that’s no reason why you shouldn’t get a taste today.
The benevolent patriarchs at HBO have taken another bold step in the march towards equality for ladies.
Aimee Garcia is heading back into the world of medical dramas now, appearing alongside a cast of relative unknonws in the new ABC series “Off the Map.”
It’s an age old question: What makes the better pet? Comedian Nick Kroll answers this and many other questions in his upcoming hour long Comedy Central special, airing January 29th.
The playa haters at CBS and Warner Bros still want to get “Two and a Half Men” star Charlie Sheen cleaned up. Problem is, how do you clean Charlie Sheen up?
Leave it to Olivia Munn to turn the Television Critics Association press tour into a sex forum.
Viewers of the NBC sitcom “The Office” have been emotionally preparing themselves for the eventual departure of often-lovable goofball Michael Scott from the paper-pushers at Dunder Mifflin.
“Mad Men” fans: Are you turned-on or freaked out?
Can’t wait to see how Abed narrates this geekfest.
“It’s alright, ’cause I’m Saved By The Bell…” But for one Illinois man, it’s not alright, and he ended his day in the slammer.
Merv Griffin Entertainment is working with Namco Bandai to produce a Pac-Man reality television show.
Shahi stars on the new USA show “Fairly Legal,” but more importantly, she’s insanely gorgeous and cool.
‘Shameless’ actress Emmy Rossum has been in and out of the spotlight since she first turned heads with her role in Mystic River.
The ubiquitous Nick Stahl has joined the cast for the television pilot Locke & Key, a Fox project that had originally been slated for summer consideration.
Conan O’Brien welcomed the Television Critics Association to the set of his new TBS show “Conan.” It may have been the only audience that did not begin the show by chanting, “Co-nan, Co-nan!”
In a move that will surprise no one, CBS has ordered three more seasons of their massively successful 3 camera sitcom, The Big Bang Theory.