The 5 best MTV reality TV shows are the most notable and memorable. They all feature ordinary people living their life in front of the cameras in unscripted situations. Every…
Connie Britton has spectacular breasts. Also, she’s joining Ryan Murphy’s “American Horror Story.”
I find myself rooting for a band I haven’t listened to in ten years as they crusade against a television show I’ve never even seen.
The outfit is better than this, but still not as good as Adrianne Palicki naked.
An actress since age eight, Renee Olstead is best known these days for her work on “The Secret Life of the American Teenager.” As of yesterday, she’s also known for a series of racy cellphone pictures that took the intertubes by storm and no doubt bought her at least a hash tag or two of additional starpower.
The Insanity Express is starting to shape up. Sheen and his extremely frustrated lawyers have added 12 new stops to his one-man show across the US and Canada.
“Community” has been officially renewed for a third season, and we’re celebrating with these 16 animated gifs of Señor Chang.
So as long as they’re roasting anyone, friend or foe, here are nine celebrities that deserve to be roasted.
Hint: none of them are ‘Outsourced’.
As a contestant on “Dancing With the Stars,” Petra Nemcova is expected to be charming, camera-friendly, and capable of being around aging D-list celebrities for hours on end without becoming immensely depressed.
Johnny Depp must be a glutton for punishment. The Tourist star is trying to free up his schedule so that he can guest star on depraved meanie-butt Ricky Gervais’ new show “Life’s Too Short.”
The best CBS soap operas are all those soap operas that elicit some kind of emotion from you, good, bad or even embarrassing. They are shows that preoccupy the interest…
Philip Seymour Hoffman and HBO are joining forces for a drama about a man, his family and his small town. Emotional hijinx ensue.
As you probably know, Gilbert Gottfried was recently shit canned (or, if you want the family friendly version, “poop jarred”) as the voice of the Aflac Duck. The insurance company…
Look out, “Mad Men,” “House Of Cards” might drink your milkshake.
The word “original” is being used lightly here.
This is how angry Edgar Wright gets when you ask him to do more zombie projects.
It’s week two of Gary Busey’s stint on “Celebrity Apprentice,” and America’s favorite brain-damaged thespian did not disappoint. Actually, he did. Although to be fair, it wasn’t all his fault.
HBO is ready to finger some Russian spies. And make a show about them too.
His touring one-man show is called “Charlie Sheen LIVE: My Violent Torpedo of Truth.” I assume the tour is sponsored by Tiger Blood.
If you were excited about the two-part “Terra Nova” preview in May, you are now disappointed by the news that there will be no preview.
NBC has decided to make a progressive, risky move and remake a game show from the entertainment capital of the world, Israel.
Maybe this means they’ll release Kenny Powers’ audiobook.
John Stamos does not wish to be the highest paid actor on television. He’s got his own money, thank you. Money he earned through hard work, good hygiene, and laughing at Dave Coulier’s jokes.
Paul F. Tompkins as a wisecracking villain? This stuff writes itself.
The LAPD are at Charlie Sheen’s house right now. No, they’re not there for the tiger blood.
If you’ve seen Jon Cryer under a bridge, it’s not cause he’s hiding from a crazed Charlie Sheen. Here’s Cryer’s video confession.
Nickelodeon is rebooting the series (with a 2012 air date, per this teaser) with 26 all-new episodes.
Rob Lowe ain’t goin’ nowhere!
Hop into the A-Little-While-Back Machine with Nickelodeon.