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.
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.
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.
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.
The show, produced by Steven Spielberg, is about a family from the future who go back to the time of dinosaurs to start a new life for humanity. And dinosaurs eat them while they’re on the toilet, we hope.
At TCA, the cast and creators shared breakfast and spoilers. Yum!
Steven Spielberg’s highly-anticipated new sci-fi series, “Terra Nova” has a premiere date, with a subsequent episode being shown the next night.
Another week, another piece of vague news about the Arrested Development Movie. Ron Howard, EP and narrator of the beloved/canceled sitcom, said that the film stalled while show creator Mitch Hurwitz was busy developing about 50 TV projects over the last few years.
What can replace fabulous swears like sh*t and as*hole?
The teens are getting even more cray cray in this longer, dirtier version of MTV’s “Skins” promo trailer.
As the new co-host of G4′s “Attack of the Show,” Candace Bailey is a certified pro when it comes to such subjects as comic books, video games, the Internet, and the lesser-known oddities of Japanese pop culture.
Charlie Sheen had a cooler weekend than you, and now his bosses at Warner Brothers and CBS are worried he’s not going to show up to work on “Two and a Half Men.”
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.
Because if there’s one thing the entertainment world is lacking, it’s television adaptations of bestselling fantasy novels.
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.
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?