Ryan Seacrest has chosen to continue to sacrifice valuable sleep hours for the sake of entertainment. He will be back to host American Idol, the show that, like him, is precious and immortal. Seacrest? In.
Oh gee. It appears that the ratings for Sunday Night With Megyn Kelly have plummeted even further this week, reaching a record low.
After months and months of rumors, speculation, and flat out waiting, we finally know who is taking on the TARDIS as the thirteenth Doctor in season 11. Ladies and gents, say hello to your new Time Lord: Jodie Whittaker, the first woman in Doctor Who’s 54-year history to land the title role.
Four years ago releasing a movie or television show through a service like Amazon or Netflix wasn’t exactly fashionable. Transparent had not yet taken home an Emmy, and Netflix was just getting into original television programming with shows like House of Cards and Orange Is the New Black. Now, it seems like there are…
Claws is the perfect summer show, establishing itself in three brief episodes as yet another entry in the cultural genre that is “Weird Florida”—somewhere on the same spectrum of Spring Breakers, with a dash of the standard “Florida Man Does Something Bizarre” story that surfaces in the news every now and then. It’s a…
I’ve already said most of what I’d like to say about about Playing House, the USA show created by and starring Lennon Parham and Jessica St. Clair, but having just devoured Season 3, a new feeling came to me: a burning desire to shout out the talented cast of comedic actors these women have gathered to play their…
On the first episode of ABC’s Boy Band—a mildly entertaining singing competition hosted by veteran TV host Rita Ora—we’re introduced to 30 teens desperate to be part of a boy band. Why?
Most of the time when I want to know more about a paranormal or spooky mystery like the Hinterkaifeck murders or the possible existence of the Jersey Devil, I just read Wikipedia pages about them for hours until I fall asleep. But if you’re a famous person like Rob Lowe you can just make a whole show about your…
A three-judge federal appeals panel affirmed on Thursday that Wisconsin inmate Brendan Dassey, who was featured in the Netflix docuseries Making a Murderer, was coerced in confessing by investigators and should be released from prison.
Though Ryan Murphy’s latest installment of his American Crime Story franchise won’t premiere for another six months or so, please look at whatever is happening here in this photo. Take it in. Soak it up. It’s a lot.
The “sexual misconduct” incident that happened on the set of Bachelor in Paradise—and which remains under investigation—is likely to introduce a new set of issues around sexual consent on reality TV shoots.
The Pfeffermans are back, baby, and if this brief but still resplendent teaser—via Deadline— for the fourth season of Transparent is any indication, they are stronger and better than ever.
Not even Oprah Winfrey, who bathes in a tub of money every night, can afford to take on the high cost of Underground, the slave-era drama that fans have been campaigning to revive.
When they leaked the fifth season of Orange Is the New Black, I thought to myself, “Well, at least this hacker has good taste.” And yet I spoke too soon! For what was next on the mischief maker’s checklist but ABC’s unaired, upcoming gameshow Steve Harvey’s Funderdome. Singling out Steve Harvey programming, of all…
Of the many question I’d like to ask God, one of the top ones would be: Judging by how often and the manner in which they speak to you, The Real Housewives of Orange County seem to believe that you pay them a disproportionate amount of attention. Why is that? Because if you are paying them said amount of attention,…
It’s easy to go wrong with a show about a talking dog who’s obsessed with his owner, but somehow ABC’s new summer sitcom Downward Dog—which, told through the narration of a dog named Martin, is about precisely that—might be the sweetest and most tender sitcom to debut in years.
Shonda Rhimes, a woman with an indestructible ability to make zippy, soapy television, is bringing her special touch to yet another show —a Grey’s Anatomy spin-off featuring the firefighters of Seattle.
Suck it, Ryan Seacrest, Kelly Clarkson doesn’t want it. Instead of joining the cast of the godawful and unnecessary American Idol reboot as was rumored yesterday, Miss Clarkson is betting on the right horse and joining The Voice as a judge for its 14th season.
Hold onto your petticoats and gather your pickled limes: Yet another Little Women remake is in the works.