WBTV has suspended co-creator, executive producer, and showrunner Andrew Kreisberg from his duties on The Flash tonight, over multiple allegations of sexual harassment that have been levied against him. This is per Deadline and Variety, both of which are reporting on a statement released by Warner Bros. TV Group…
GLAAD’s latest TV study found that LGBTQ characters will have a record high visibility this season, but that the majority of those characters are white and male.
Julianna Margulies, last seen gracing your television in The Good Wife, is set to make her return in a role that feels just about right—she’ll be starring in Marti Noxon’s 10-episode show Dietland, based on the 2015 book of the same name.
[This post contains minor spoilers for Stranger Things 2.]
Netflix formally cut ties with Kevin Spacey tonight over mounting allegations of sexual harassment, assault and other inappropriate behavior that have been levied against him over the last week. Variety reports that Spacey has been officially fired from the cast of the streaming service’s political drama House Of…
Even as black creators and showrunners become more visible on TV, reports continue to confirm how much nearly every aspect of show production is still alarmingly white, including the writers rooms.
Post-Glee, the world of scripted television hasn’t been particularly kind to Jane Lynch. Her CBS show Angel From Hell was killed after only a few episodes last year, and over the summer NBC passed on the Relatively Happy pilot which featured Lynch in a role that was specifically rewritten for her. Now, in an apparent…
On Wednesday, comedian Chelsea Handler explained to fans that she has declined to renew her Netflix talk show, Chelsea, for a third season in order to spend more time on activism projects she finds (more?) personally fulfilling. Sounds very cool!
In her first month as a morning show host, Megyn Kelly has experienced visible growing pains, after matriculating from a toxic conservative media outlet into millions of liberal American households.
Best of luck to Game of Thrones fans who will be forced to sit through what sounds like the most wooden and poorly-acted season of this cursed show about dragons and incest: due to leaks, hackers and Benioff and Weiss’s rock hard secrecy boner, the cast of Game of Thrones reportedly won’t even be receiving scripts for…
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?
Starz, a channel that I only associate with the time-traveling bodice-ripper Outlander, will air a six-episode series based on Sweetbitter, a novel about the debauched, sordid lives of the employees of an upscale restaurant in New York City.
For once in the history of reboots, revivals and zombie reanimations of beloved classics, it sounds like the forthcoming First Wives Club TV series might turn out all right.
Halfway through the first episode of the much ballyhooed Will and Grace reboot it occurred to me that all the snarking, whining and general complaints I had been lodging silently in my head about the show were for naught. Watching the first three episodes—minus the premiere, which felt like a bad play about the…
You could say this about every remake, reboot, and nostalgia-driven television program being made today, but I’d really like to be clear: Hocus Pocus does not need to be fucked with. Please leave it alone.
They say young people don’t care about cars anymore. They say the culture is dying. They say human driving doesn’t even have a future. You, the Jalopnik community of readers, know that isn’t true. You also know the last place to look for modern car culture is the vast wasteland that is television. But we think we can…
When does Jordan Peele sleep?