It’s The Onion, so you know it’ll be funny. Also funny: ESPN’s 24-hour broadcast of Chris Berman’s jiggling neck fat.
Hailing from a family of entertainers, it didin’t take long for Troian Bellisario to maker her way into the spotlight.
Because if there’s one thing the entertainment world is lacking, it’s television adaptations of bestselling fantasy novels.
“Lights Out” moves with the cautious rhythm and deft assurance of a seasoned prize fighter. A quick jab here, a body shot there, and suddenly there’s nothing but calm.
Justin Beiber’s star is rising and there’s nothing that can be done to stop it. But, at least, it can be stalled.
Andy Whitfield tragically cannot return to the role of Spartacus because his cancer has come out of remission, but producers are committed to finding a new actor.
Tastes like caribou.
AMC President Charlie Collier says season four of “Breaking Bad” will take it to the next level and be “truly phenomenal.” Also, where’s the zombie apocalypse headed from here?
Best known for her work on ABC’s “Greek,” Amber Stevens previously made appearances in Tokyo Drift, Fired Up, and “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.”
Since launching her acting career just seven years ago, Mircea Monroe has racked up an impressive rundown of TV appearances and movie parts, including a series of recurring appearances on “Late Night With Conan O’ Brien.”
If there was ever any doubt in your mind that the Muppets are straight up gangster, this rendition of Kanye West’s “Monster” should convince you otherwise.
Unless you’re a devoted fan of British soap operas, chances are you hadn’t seen much of Rebecca Hazlewood before “Outsourced” hit the air.
Drug dealers should keep a lower profile.
Dude. Last night’s Mega Millions drawing boasted a $355 million jackpot, and a piece of that could have gone to you if you played the numbers from ‘Lost.’
To pursue one’s dream is noble. To purse one’s dream and subsequently eat sh*t on national television is nothing less than traumatic.
“Bob’s Burgers” won’t be the best show on Fox’s Sunday night Animation Domination, but it’s better than “American Dad” or “The Cleveland Show.”
We all thought that James Van Der Beek’s best days were behind him, but we were all terrible, rotten fools.
Pepsi has won the war to inundate Simon Cowell’s new talent show, “The X Factor,” with their iconic branding. Tough titties, Coke.
Machete may not text, but he does shill ice tea. In this commercial for Lipton Brisk, a claymation Machete, voiced by Danny Trejo, summarizes the entire plot of his movie in one minute.
Everyone’s got to start somewhere. For visionary director Guillermo Del Toro, somewhere was the set of a Mexican Alka-Seltzer commercial back in 1991.
Natascha McElhone has been entertaining you for quite a while now. A long-time fixture in television and movies, the “Californication” star has been around the block more than once.
Get some juicy intel from Det. Sammy Bryant himself.
If some of the dedicated viewers require a preview of Hank Moody’s debaucherous new shenanigans, I provide a detailed account of the upcoming season premiere.
An actress since age four, Shiri Appleby kicked off her career with a series of cereal commercials and daytime television appearances.
In this clip from the upcoming Jan. 5th episode of “Modern Family,” James Marsden takes a dip in Mitchell and Cam’s jacuzzi. The gay couple is first alarmed by the intruder, but then notice that he has abs.
For those unfamiliar with Conan O’Brien’s lengthy rundown of supporting characters and sometimes-sidekicks, the agile fellow in the following video is professional stuntman and stand-up comedian Steven Ho.
A series of sketches featuring Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein centering on different aspects of Portland, OR. It’s all really obvious and it feels like improv topics that were contrived to be funny, but not actually inspired.
Seems like a good show, alternately hard to take yet fascinating. It’s about the Gallagher family dealing with poverty and alcoholism, but to make it salaciously entertaining, they have more wild shenanigans than depressing despair.
Showtime sent out the first seven episodes of their new comedy “Episodes,” which is the entire first season. It certainly gets better once you get past the plodding set-up, but never good enough to add to your DVR queue.
Gabrielle Anwar plays one helluva stone-faced killer.