Guys, the CW’s new Dynasty might be... good?
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, the show about mental illness and musicals and Westchester and Josh Chan, is not a show for everyone. But if it is a show for you, please feast your eyes on this piping-hot musical number that posits a very good question: Where’s Rebecca Bunch?
As soon as I heard the news that the Riverdale team were taking on Sabrina the Teenage Witch, I joked that it would be grim and sexy as hell. And it’s true!
Dynasty is the next popular classic to be unnecessarily resurrected for the modern era. The series is getting a reboot with the help of Gossip Girl creators Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage.
It’s almost September, which means it’s almost time to pack the kids off to school, get out the coats (oh god, please let this heat finally recede), and get ready for the new TV season to begin. Some of these shows even manage without time travel!
If you happen to drag yourself out of bed before noon on a Saturday and tune your TV set to a broadcast network, you might notice something missing. Specifically, what you’d recognize as a traditional Saturday morning cartoon.
We were warned that the CW treatment of the beloved Archie comics would be “surprising and subversive,” but some of the new series’ plot points revealed at their upfront are pretty grim. For starters, Archie is Pacey Wittering it up with music teacher, Ms. Grundy.
Luke Perry—who was once caught in his own Betty and Veronica situation with Kelly and Brenda as Dylan McKay on 90210—has been cast as Archie Andrew’s dad Fred on the CW’s sexy adaptation of the Archie comics, Riverdale.
It might be difficult to imagine anyone resisting those hallowed, desperate lines—“it wasn’t over; it still isn’t over”—but apparently Hollywood men were not enthused by the prospect of depicting Noah in Nicholas Sparks’s The Notebook.
MADtv, the sketch comedy series that ran from 1995 to 2009 on Fox and launched the careers of Keegan-Michael Key, Alex Borstein and Ike Barinholtz, will return for a 20th anniversary special reuniting many of its cast members.
Despite a title and a marketing campaign that threw some off at first, the CW’s new show Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is much more than it appears. It’s the story of high-strung attorney named Rebecca who, on a whim, quits her job in New York to move to a small town in California after a run-in with her camp boyfriend. With…
Monday night’s episode of Jane the Virgin was pretty intense: Jane, Michael and Rafael continued to play their relatively boring game of “who will get Jane even though she’s like a month out from having a baby and would probably be too exhausted to even think about getting into a relationship,” Petra dealt with her…
The CW is developing a one-hour drama, ZE, about a transgender teen. The show, from the producer of the Academy Award-winning film Milk, will focus on a Texas teenager who begins transitioning into living as a boy.
Lauren Graham and Ellen Degeneres are teaming up to produce a show for CW together. Oy with the poodles already! (Sorry for the horrible and not at all topical Gilmore Girls reference right there.)
Mary, Queen of Scots — also known as Mary Stuart or Mary I Of Scotland — was executed at the age of
25 44, but before that, she was queen regnant of Scotland and then queen consort of France. Now she's being brought back to life in Reign, a new series on the CW, home of Gossip Girl and The Carrie Diares.
If you're on the fence about The Carrie Diaries (and/or if you've been snoozing on it and you'd like to catch up), I've put together a thorough mega-recap of the entire first season so far.
Sherwood is a new hour-long CW series in development that's based on the story of Robin Hood — but with a young woman in the lead role. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the show will be set in 1072 England and "revolves around a young noblewoman who sets out to free her serf boyfriend, who has been wrongfully…
Game of Thrones is the best — seriously, it's my favorite show on television these days — but it is pretty soapy. Warring families, forbidden relationships, crazy outfits that involve layers and layers of fur — really, none of that stuff would be out of place on a CW Gossip Girl-esque drama. Add a slow indie song,…
Last week, we wondered whether legislators who conflate RU-486 and emergency contraception are deliberately misleading or just really ignorant. Sure, vaginas are mysterious, bewildering flowers, but the morning after pill prevents pregnancy shortly after unprotected sex while the abortion pill actually causes…
Here it is: the first official photo of AnnaSophia Robb all dressed up as young Carrie Bradshaw for the Sex and the City prequel, The Carrie Diaries, which will soon be coming to the CW for our entertainment and/or torture. She's certainly got the beginnings of Carrie's wild hair and her penchant for high heels, but…