Hot off the runaway success of The Walking Dead, CW is considering giving teenage girls a zombie show of their very own.
Sitcom stars develop a natural ability with comedic timing and the 10 best sitcom stars 2010 are no exception. These actors portray people in situations that are not only relatable,…
In this clip from tonight’s episode of “The Office,” David Brent meets Michael Scott. Soon after, their now combined universes violent collapse.
Charlie Sheen’s publicist has confirmed that the actor is in the hospital with severe abdominal pains after partaking in a 36-hour cocaine binge. Something tells me that said publicist will probably have a different story to tell.
The star of ‘Two And a Half Men’ was rushed to LA area hospital Cedars-Sinai with stomach pains early this morning.
Before her guest spot on “House” earlier this week, Rachel Melvin was a regular on the long-running daytime soap “Days of Our Lives.”
The corporate overlords at Comcast have revealed the new logo for NBCUniversal.
Darren Aronofsky, hot off of Black Swan, is re-teaming with one of the highlights of that movie, Vincent Cassel.
Milwaukee native and former Idol contestant Danny Gokey was on hand to give false hope to delusional contestants. And if you’re looking for delusional people, a Rustbelt city like Milwaukee does not disappoint.
Elsley and MTV are fighting back against “child porn” allegations and sticking to their fully exposed teenage guns.
Actress Shelly Duvall hosted a PBS program called “Faerie Tale Theatre” back in the 80s. At the start of each show she would introduce herself. It got weird after a while.
Will Ferrell will be picking up the slack during a four-episode arc.
The list of the 10 best television trivia questions is designed to both test people’s knowledge and get them to reminisce about their favorite shows and TV moments. From game…
Ke$ha’s a real terror, ain’t she? She’s fine with desecrating everything we find near and dear and familiar, and Walt Disney classics are no exception.
If you watch NBC on Thursday nights you’ve likely seen Natalie Morales deliver a few lines of well-timed sarcasm as Aziz Ansari’s girlfriend on “Parks and Recreation.”
New TV shows that, chances are, will be canceled soon.
What does it take to send ‘Glee’ creator Ryan Murphy into an expletive laced tirade? Deny him the right to turn a song of yours into a “number” on his hit show, that’s what.
Those fabulous Scott boys Ridley and Tony are working as producers on a new show called “The Drivers.”
When is a hit show possibly not a hit show? When everyone is DVRing it.
He might be #1 on the list to replace Keith Olbermann. I still think he should stick to selling microwaves.
Faris got harassed on the New Zealand set of ‘Yogi Bear,’ and the country said some things it later regretted.
TV vet McG is the frontrunner to helm the the pilot episode of the David E. Kelley-produced reboot.
Bust out your jars of Mentholatum ’cause I’m about to shorten your breath. Everyone’s favorite Tila Tequila, Tila Tequila, will be appearing on this week’s episode of “$#*! My Dad Says.”
MTV won’t miss the sponsors who have dropped. Why? Because there are dozens more just waiting to cash in on the sweet, sweet scent of underage ass. With that in mind, here are nine replacement sponsors for MTV’s “Skins.”
Grammer has ushered in a new era for which he will be remembered for many poorly-hatched reality television shows.
Why slog through five seasons of ‘Dexter’ when you can get the gist in the same time it takes to make rice in the microwave?
Chloe Moretz has been tweeting up a storm lately, most recently to say that she’s in New York. Why, New York, you ask? To shoot an episode of NBC’s “30 Rock!”
Jersey Shore is going to have a fourth season, and there’s nothing you or anyone else can do about it except hunker down and brace for impact.
I always assumed Jerry was too apathetic to make a play for global supremacy, but in the right light he could almost pass for a halfway-decent James Bond villain.
Members of Harvard’s Hasty Pudding Club have bestowed their annual Man of the Year award to walking lowest common denominator Jay Leno.