Everyone on Parenthood Is Tweeting Very Sadly About the Finale

When Parenthood first started, it was an excellent show about complicated family relationships that rang true for many people. But now, many seasons later, (and with the addition of Ray Romano) it has become a sad sack of emotional garbage that not even Christina Braverman could love. I'm not sad it's ending, but the… » 1/29/15 4:30pm Yesterday 4:30pm

Spy Eye: An Interview With the Costume Designer for The Americans

Like most married couples, Elizabeth and Philip Jennings have their share of ups and downs, passion and apathy, parenting mishaps and frequent misunderstandings and breakups. Unlike most married couples however, The Jennings, the TV family at the center of The Americans, are also undercover Cold War-era Soviet spies… » 1/28/15 10:44pm Wednesday 10:44pm

Jessica Pearson Is Why You Should Be Watching Suits 

You're probably not watching USA's Suits. Not because it's not an entertaining, smart show—but do you really have time for another legal drama in your life, and one on USA at that? I began watching Suits when it debuted in 2011 because I watch a lot of television and I'll give almost anything a chance. I stayed for… » 1/28/15 7:45pm Wednesday 7:45pm

The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Trailer Is Here and It's a Cult Classic

Netflix has released the first trailer for the Tina Fey/Robert Carlock produced The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, which stars Ellie Kemper as a doomsday cult member who, after years in an underground vault in Indiana, learns that the world hasn't ended and moves to New York City to start her above-ground life. » 1/22/15 3:10pm 1/22/15 3:10pm

Woman, Subject: The Fall Is The Feminist Crime Show We've Been Wanting

Call it the Netflix curse: An entire weekend spent with my eyes transfixed on the television, consuming episode after episode of The Fall, a show about a murderer, a detective and the crimes that draw them together. It's a bleak series—full of ugly, sad things that are only made more grim by the rainy Belfast… » 1/22/15 2:10pm 1/22/15 2:10pm

Why Star Trek: Voyager Meant The World To Me

Twenty years ago today, Star Trek: Voyager premiered. Of the five live-action Star Trek series, Voyager is not the best. If you were ranking them, Voyager and Enterprise would probably duke it out for last place. But none of that matters, because Star Trek: Voyager meant everything to me as a child. » 1/16/15 3:56pm 1/16/15 3:56pm

Agent Carter's Showrunner Spills What's Next For Our New Favorite Spy

We loved, loved, loved last week's lady-centric Agent Carter premiere — so much that we immediately got Michele Fazekas, one of the series showrunners, on the phone to spill all the delicious details she was allowed to reveal about this season. Here's the scoop (small spoilers ahead). » 1/12/15 3:49pm 1/12/15 3:49pm

Jon Snow's Head May Have Confirmed A Terrible Game Of Thrones Spoiler

Um, I can't even report this news without it being a spoiler for those who know certain things about the Game of Thrones TV show, the A Song of Ice and Fire book series, or even just one pertinent behind-the-scenes fact. Do not read unless you want news that could destroy one of GoT's most popular fan theories. » 1/07/15 11:59am 1/07/15 11:59am

Watch All the Most Cringeworthy Greetings From The Bachelor Premiere

"I do not love that there's a million bitches inside this house right now," said Jordan, a 24-year-old student from Windsor, Colorado during Monday night's premiere of The Bachelor. Jordan wasn't the only one upset by the number of women in the house, which was higher than usual (30 in total): almost as if they knew… » 1/06/15 11:15am 1/06/15 11:15am