And some she probably shouldn’t.
The “Mad Men” team is one big happy family again. Now they can go back to telling stories about a bunch of really unhappy ones.
MTV has saved a handful of awkward young male actors from a career of having to do American Pie spin-off films.
NBC might stand for “No Boob Censorship.”
Rule 4: Expand the franchise to television.
I got my ass kicked in this year’s Peabody Awards pool.
Be extra nice to all old people you see in public, because you might be on an NBC prank show.
He’s guest starring on “Drew Carey’s Improv-A-Ganza,” where he’ll also probably call Colin Mochrie a pussy.
Suit up, grab your weapons and check yourself for breast cancer. “Archer” officially got picked up for a third season.
The doctor is no longer “in.”
Remember when I was all, “It would be so obnoxious if Arnold Schwarzenegger became self-aware and campy?” I was right.
Earlier today, Judge Judy decided to pull a “Jackie Chan” by taking over the Internet, but at the same time, refusing to die.
The show’s executive producer takes us behind the investigation into Rosie Larsen’s murder.
Mark your calendars, freaks. The gang’s back!
Surprisingly, she looks like a dork in that thing.
‘Justified’ is getting a third season.
Stop freaking out, hipsters.
And creator Matthew Weiner’s all like, “Whaaaaaaaaaaaat?!?!?!?!?!?!?!”
Sorkin’s new HBO pilot, which will take us behind-the-scenes (the man loves going behind scenes) at a cable news show, will be directed by Mottola (‘Paul’).
Hanks will make his glorious return to sitcomdom on an upcoming episode of “30 Rock.” I’m starting to get “Bosom Buddies” flashbacks.
This short clip is way better than ‘Bewitched’.
Maybe in the 3rd season Archer will stop being such an ass.
If this doesn’t go to series, it’s a total conspiracy.
The Fox lot, which was constructed in an alternate universe where “Fringe” is a hit, ordered more episodes to fill the black hole that is Friday evenings.
Tony Chu is a federal agent who gets clues from eating. Get it? “Chew?”
Five out of five Dr. Zoidbergs agree.
The pilot, “Black Jack,” concerns a retired special ops agent, and has nothing whatsoever to do with Jack Black.
The Jurassic Park 3 star is headed to HBO in “Spring/Fall,” as hazy memories of the 90s slowly come back to me.
Finally, a decent comedy might be on HBO
You know what I don’t want to pay for? Showtime. But now they expect me to for some reason.